Encyclopedia of Global Studies • Volume 3
J (Jainism) - P (Publics and Polis, Global)
"With all entries followed by cross-references and further reading lists, this current resource is ideal for high school and college students looking for connecting ideas and additional sources on them. The work brings together the many facets of global studies into a solid reference tool and will help those developing and articulating an ideological perspective." — Library Journal
The Encyclopedia of Global Studies is the reference work for the emerging field of global studies. It covers both transnational topics and intellectual approaches to the study of global themes, including the globalization of economies and technologies; the diaspora of cultures and dispersion of peoples; the transnational aspects of social and political change; the global impact of environmental, technological, and health changes; and the organizations and issues related to global civil society.
- Global civil society
- Global communications, transportation, technology
- Global conflict and security
- Global culture, media
- Global demographic change
- Global economic issues
- Global environmental and energy issues
- Global governance and world order
- Global health and nutrition
- Global historical antecedents
- Global justice and legal issues
- Global religions, beliefs, ideologies
- Global studies
- Identities in global society
Students and academics in the fields of politics and international relations, international business, geography and environmental studies, sociology and cultural studies, and health.
Sage Reference, Hardback, english, 1424 pages
This is Volume 3 from "Encyclopedia of Global Studies 1-4"