The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization

The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization

Online ISBN: 9780470670590

DOI: 10.1002/9780470670590

Editor(s): George Ritzer

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  1. Anti-Globalization
  2. Concepts
  3. Conflict
  4. Culture
  5. Demography
  6. Economic
  7. Education
  8. Environment
  9. Food
  10. Gender
  11. Geography
  12. Health
  13. Internet/Computers
  14. Law
  15. Majority-Minority
    1. Aging
    2. Agro-Exports
    3. Brain Drain
    4. Care Chain
    5. Childhood and Migration
    6. Dependency Trends
    7. Developed and less developed societies
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      Diaspora
    9. Ethics, Global
    10. Ethnic cleansing
    11. Ethnicity
    12. Feminization of Poverty
    13. Gender
    14. Genital Mutilation
    15. Genocide
    16. Global Village
    17. Homosexuality
    18. Indigenous people, resistance
    19. Indigenous peoples
    20. Inequality
    21. International Human Rights Law
    22. Microfinance
    23. Migrant Sex Workers
    24. North–South
    25. Orientalism
    26. Peasant Movements
    27. Race
    28. Racism
    29. Rape
    30. Semiperiphery
    31. Sex
    32. Sex Segregation
    33. Sex Trafficking
    34. Sex Work
    35. Slave Trade
    36. Vagabonds and Tourists
    37. Women and Economic Development
    38. Women's Movement(s), Transnational
    39. Women's Rights
  16. Media/Information
  17. Organizations
  18. Political
  19. Popular Culture
  20. Problems
  21. Processes
  22. Race and Ethnicity
  23. Religion
  24. Research Methods
  25. Science
  26. Sex
  27. Social Movements
  28. Sport
  29. Stratification
  30. Technology
  31. Theory
  32. Treaties, Covenants, and Documents
  33. Urban/Rural

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