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In particular, this book: draws from and critically evaluates leading theories, including the influential work of Manuel Castells, and assembles new evidence to explain key issues, offers a unique typology of global networks, provides a missing historical dimension to previous global network research, includes practical insights into how to research global networks. A sequell to the author's Making Globalization, this interesting and innovative text shows that peoples still matter in the processes of making resisting and reshaping globalization. Offering a comprehensive overview and detailed analysis, this book is essential reading for all students and sociologists interested in globalization and contemporary social change.
About the Author:
Robert J. Holton is Professor of Sociology at Trinity College, Dublin