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Edited by Richard L. Harris, California State University, Monterey Bay and Melinda Seid, California State University, Sacramento
This collection of essays analyzes the complex linkages between globalization and health, the health effects of globalization at all levels (global, national, and local), and the policy and institutional responses associated with the health consequences of globalization.
Edited by Henk Vinken, Tilburg University, the Netherlands Joseph Soeters, Royal Netherlands's Military Academy and Tilburg University, and Peter Ester, Tilburg University
This book provides insight in the different classic frameworks of addressing cultural diversity around the globe. Key authors reflect on each others classic work and frontline academics in comparative social science show how cultural dimensions matter for explaining contemporary issues in a wide ...
Mark-Anthony Falzon, Clare Hall, Cambridge and University of Malta
This accessible book draws on anthropological fieldwork conducted in a number of sites to explore the relation between mobility, cosmopolitanism, and commerce. It is pioneering in that it looks at Sindhis, a widespread group that has so far been largely ignored by anthopologists.
Edited by Wil Arts and Loek Halman
This book provides insights in and explanations of the varieties and similarities in values in Europe in a number of life spheres at the turn of the millennium.
Edited by Angela K. Bourne
The EU and Territorial Politics Within Member States draws on case studies from Germany, Belgium, Spain, the United Kingdom, Cyprus, Ireland and Italy to address the question: Does the European Union create new conflicts among territorial entities within member states or provide new avenues for ...
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