Global sociology and the struggles for a better world: towards the futures we want
From a global financial crisis that has not lead to a fundamental change in institutions, to a global refugee crisis that questions our ideas of governance, set against a background of global climate crisis with no intergovernmental consensus on solutions. We are forced to ask ourselves, how do we think about the future, our futures? This richly theoretical and empirically informed text explores trends, alternative visions, and new directions for sociological research
Los Angeles: SAGE, 2019
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Statement of responsibility: edited by Markus S. Schulz
ISBN: 1526463989, 9781526463982
x, 118 pages ; 24 cm.
SAGE studies in international sociology
Sociology Research.; Society.
SAGE studies in international sociology.
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