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Title The Making of World Society : Perspectives from Transnational Research / edited by Remus Gabriel Anghel, Eva Gerharz, Gilberto Rescher, Monika Salzbrunn.

Published Bielefeld : transcript Verlag, [2008]
©2008.

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Edition 1. Aufl.
Physical description 1 online resource (332 pages) : illustrations.
Series Global Studies
Global Studies.
De Gruyter Open Access eBooks
Contents Frontmatter -- Contents -- Preface / Anghel, Remus Gabriel ; Gerharz, Eva ; Rescher, Gilberto ; Salzbrunn, Monika -- Introduction: The Making Of World Society / Anghel, Remus ; Gerharz, Eva ; Rescher, Gilberto ; Salzbrunn, Monika -- Transnationalisation in North and South: Concepts, Methodology and Venues for Research / Faist, Thomas -- Transnationalisation, Translocal Spaces, Gender and Development -- Methodological Challenges / Lachenmann, Gudrun -- World Society, Transnationalism and Champs Migratoires: Reflections on German, Anglo-Saxon and French Academic Debates / Salzbrunn, Monika -- Euro-Aievis: From Gastarbeiter to Transnational Community / Zirh, Besim Can -- Identity Politics as an Expression of European Citizenship Practice: Participation of Transnational Migrants in Local Political Conflicts / Janoschka, Michael -- Mothering in Migration: Transnational Strategies of Polish Women in Italy / D'ottavio, Germana -- Opening to the World: Translocal Post-War Reconstruction in Northern Sri Lanka / Gerharz, Eva -- Transnationality, Translocal Citizenship and Gender Relations: Transformation of Rural Community Organisation, Local Politics and Development / Rescher, Gilberto -- A Global City-State of Finance -- the Staging of Singapore as Financial Hub between Global and Local Rhetoric / Hering, Stephanie -- The Transnational Management of Hazardous Chemicals / Lindenthal, Alexandra -- 'Do you really talk about emotions on the phone. ?': Content of Distance Communication as a Structuring Moment of the Modern World Society / Nowicka, Magdalena -- Does lt Matter Where You Are?- Transnational Migration, Internet Usage and the Emergence of Global Togetherness / Gkeschke, Heike Monika -- The lndernet -A German Network in a Transnational Space / Goel, Urmila -- Are We All Transnationalists Now? / Pfaff-Czarnecka, Joanna -- Contributors -- Backmatter.
Summary Do the current changes of both geographical and symbolic boundaries lead to the emergence of a world society? How do transnational migration, communication and worldwide economic and political networks manifest themselves in globalised modernity? This book presents innovative contributions to transnationalisation research and world society theory based on empirical studies from Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe. Practicable methodologies complete theoretical inquiries and provide examples of applied research, which also might be used in teaching.
History notes Remus Gabriel Anghel (MA) is a PhD student at the faculty of Sociology, University of Bielefeld. Currently he is employed at the Romanian Institute for Minority Studies, Cluj. His research interests are migration and transnationalism. Eva Gerharz (Dr. phil.) teaches social anthropology and development sociology at the Transnationalisation and Development Research Centre, University of Bielefeld. Her fields of research include globalization, transnationalisation, ethnicity, and development. Gilberto Rescher (Dipl.-Soz.) is a doctoral student at the International Graduate School in Sociology, University of Bielefeld. His research interests include (local) political processes, development, transnationality, gender and ethnicity. Monika Salzbrunn (Dr. rer. soc./Docteur en Anthropologie) teaches Ethnology and Sociology at the EHESS Paris and is co-speaker of the section »Migration« at the French Association for Sociology. Her main research areas are festive events, urban studies, transnational religious networks and gender issues.
Language notes In English.
Other author Anghel, Remus Gabriel, editor.
Gerharz, Eva, editor.
Rescher, Gilberto, editor.
Salzbrunn, Monika, editor.
De Gruyter Online issuing body.
Subject Globalisierung -- Weltgesellschaft -- Kongress -- Bielefeld (2005)
ISBN 9783839408353
3839408350
Standard Number 10.14361/9783839408353