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Ray Kiely, “Globalisation and the Third World”
Publisher: Routledge | 1998 | ISBN 0415140773 | PDF | 240 pages | 10.4 MB

The developing world is often viewed as marginal to global theory. The essays in this collection situate the developing world centrally within the globalizing process, and demonstrate how the global era has meant the intensification of uneven development.
The contributors to Globalisation and the Third World examine issues of capital flows, migration, health, the environment, popular culture in Latin America, cultural imperialism, popular music and religion to demonstrate the concrete forms taken by globalizing processes in the world today. This book offers both an invaluable introduction to a variety of development issues as well as providing an important contribution to the current debates about globalization.

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