Global and International Studies: Transdisciplinary Perspectives
Cengage Learning Australia, 2004 - 395 стор.
This book provides an up-to-date and challenging introduction to global and international studies for students and professionals across a wide range of disciplines and it examines the different approaches to understanding the phenomenon of globalisation particularly in terms of growth models and sustainability.
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Approaches to Global and International
Globalisation Trends and Challenges
Historical Perspectives in Globalisation
Historical Formations of Internationalisation
Nations Corporations and Regional
United Nations Civil Society and Other Global
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