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Globalization and Belonging

Mike Savage, Gaynor Bagnall, Brian Longhurst
Format
Book
Published
London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE, 2005.
Language
English
Series
Theory, Culture & Society
Theory, Culture & Society (Unnumbered)
ISBN
0761949852 (hbk.), 0761949860 (pbk.)
Summary
Drawing on long-term empirical research into cultural practices, lifestyles and identities, Globalization and Belonging explores how far-reaching global changes are articulated locally. The authors address key sociological issues of stratification as analysis alongside 'cultural' issues of identity, difference, choice and lifestyle. Their original argument: Shows how globalisation theory conceives of the 'local' ; reveals that people have a sense of elective belonging based on where they choose to put down roots. Suggests that the feel of a place is much more strongly influenced by the values and lifestyles of those migrating to it ; reinvigorates debates in urban and community studies by recovering the 'local' as an intrinsic aspect of globalization
Description
xii, 233 p. : maps ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [215]-225) and indexes.
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