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The modern/colonial/capitalist world-system in the twentieth century [electronic resource] : global processes, antisystemic movements, and the geopolitics of knowledge / edited by Ram�on Grosfoguel and Ana Margarita Cervantes-Rodr�iguez.

Contributor(s): Grosfoguel, Ram�on | Cervantes-Rodr�iguez, Ana Margarita.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Contributions in economics and economic history: no. 227.Publisher: Westport, CT : Greenwood Press, c2002Description: 1 online resource (xxix, 306 p.).ISBN: 9780313076657 (electronic bk.); 0313076650 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Social systems | Economic development -- Social aspects | Globalization | Syst�emes sociaux | D�eveloppement �economique -- Aspect social | Mondialisation | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- Cultural | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Cultural Policy | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Popular Culture | Kapitalisme | Kolonialisme | Internationalisatie | Weltsystem | Wirtschaftsentwicklung | Globalisierung | Ethnozentrismus | Geopolitik | KongressGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Modern/colonial/capitalist world-system in the twentieth century.DDC classification: 306 Other classification: 15.10 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Globalization and the National Security State Corporate Complex (NSSCC) in the long twentieth century / Thomas Ehrlich Reifer -- Bucking the system : the Timespace of antisystemic movements / Richard E. Lee -- Some initial empirical observations on inequality in the world-economy (1870-2000) / Roberto Patricio Korzeniewicz ... [et al.] -- Transnationalism, power, and hegemony : review of alternative perspectives and their implications for world-systems analysis / Ana Margarita Cervantes-Rodrig�uez -- Mass migration in the world-system : an antisystemic movement in the long run? / Eric Mielants -- Twentieth-century antisystemic historical processes and U.S. hegemony : free trade imperialism, national economic development, and free enterprise imperialism / Satoshi Ikeda -- Commodity chains and gendered exploitation : rescuing women from the periphery of world systems thought / Wilma A. Dunaway -- Revisioning social change : situated knowledge and unit of analysis in the modern world-systems / Nancy Forsythe == Intersecting and contesting positions : postcolonial, feminist, and world-systems theories / Shelley Feldman -- Writing on gender in world-systems persperctive / Sheila Pelizzon -- The genesis of the development framework : the end of laissez-faire, the eclipse of colonial empires, and the structure of U.S. hegemony / Fouad Makki -- The convergence of world-historical social science, or can there be a shared methodology for world-systems analysis, postcolonial theory, and subaltern studies? / Santiago Castro-G�omez and Oscar Guardiola-Rivera -- Making "Africa" in Brazil : old trends and new opportunitres / Livio Sansone -- The convergence of world-historical social science: "Border thinking" as an alternative to the classical comparative method / Khalduon Subbi Samman.
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Includes index.

Globalization and the National Security State Corporate Complex (NSSCC) in the long twentieth century / Thomas Ehrlich Reifer -- Bucking the system : the Timespace of antisystemic movements / Richard E. Lee -- Some initial empirical observations on inequality in the world-economy (1870-2000) / Roberto Patricio Korzeniewicz ... [et al.] -- Transnationalism, power, and hegemony : review of alternative perspectives and their implications for world-systems analysis / Ana Margarita Cervantes-Rodrig�uez -- Mass migration in the world-system : an antisystemic movement in the long run? / Eric Mielants -- Twentieth-century antisystemic historical processes and U.S. hegemony : free trade imperialism, national economic development, and free enterprise imperialism / Satoshi Ikeda -- Commodity chains and gendered exploitation : rescuing women from the periphery of world systems thought / Wilma A. Dunaway -- Revisioning social change : situated knowledge and unit of analysis in the modern world-systems / Nancy Forsythe == Intersecting and contesting positions : postcolonial, feminist, and world-systems theories / Shelley Feldman -- Writing on gender in world-systems persperctive / Sheila Pelizzon -- The genesis of the development framework : the end of laissez-faire, the eclipse of colonial empires, and the structure of U.S. hegemony / Fouad Makki -- The convergence of world-historical social science, or can there be a shared methodology for world-systems analysis, postcolonial theory, and subaltern studies? / Santiago Castro-G�omez and Oscar Guardiola-Rivera -- Making "Africa" in Brazil : old trends and new opportunitres / Livio Sansone -- The convergence of world-historical social science: "Border thinking" as an alternative to the classical comparative method / Khalduon Subbi Samman.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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