Introduction to International and Global Studies, Third Edition
Shawn C. Smallman, Kimberley Brown
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Sozialwissenschaften, Recht, Wirtschaft / Politikwissenschaft
Shawn C. Smallman and Kimberley Brown's popular introductory textbook for undergraduates in international and global studies is now released in a substantially revised and updated third edition. Encompassing the latest scholarship in what has become a markedly interdisciplinary endeavor and an increasingly chosen undergraduate major, the book introduces key concepts, themes, and issues and then examines each in lively chapters on essential topics, including the history of globalization; economic, political, and cultural globalization; security, energy, and development; health; agriculture and food; and the environment. Within these topics the authors explore such diverse and pressing subjects as commodity chains, labor (including present-day slavery), pandemics, human rights, and multinational corporations and the connections among them. This textbook, used successfully in both traditional and online courses, provides the newest and most crucial information needed for understanding our rapidly changing world.
New to this edition:
*Close to 50% new material
*New illustrations, maps, and tables
*New and expanded emphases on political and economic globalization and populism; health; climate change, and development
*Extensively revised exercises and activities
*New resume-writing exercise in careers chapter
*Thoroughly revised online teacher's manual
TB in Indigenous populations, Ebola, wet markets, bioterrorism, the challenge of terrorism, Globalization versus globalism, surveillance and privacy, chronic disease, refugee policy, rise of human rights as a doctrine, food commodity and value chains, Zika, international and global studies, land grabs, populism, nationalism, and Brexit, international finance institutions, BRICS, Peak Oil and fracking, legacy of empire, WTO trade disputes, cosmopolitanism, realism, critiques of microfinance and the Grameen Bank, financialization of global markets, enduring importance of the nation state, development goals, HTLV-1, Oil Sands/