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In the final section, Hollist and Rosenau reach conflicting conclusions as to where the world system, and . Publisher:SAGE Publications, Incorporated.
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To develop this formulation, James N. Rosenau digs deep into the . Rosenau digs deep into the workings of communities and the orientations of individuals that culminate in collective action on the world stage. Rosenau's new work is an imaginative leap into world politics in the twenty-first century. There is much here to challenge traditional thought of every persuasion. The message seems clear: not only are profound changes under way on a global scale, but two distinguished observers argue that our capacity to analyze their dynamics and consequences lags, thereby posing a severe challenge to social scientists in every discipline.
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Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp. Beverly Hills, Calif. Book from the collections of. unknown library. In the final section, Hollist and Rosenau The essays in this volume highlight the different views taken of the world economic system. The first two essays are firmly grounded in the world system of Immanuel Wallerstein. In the final section, Hollist and Rosenau reach conflicting conclusions as to where the world system, and the study of it, are proceding.
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Rosenau drew his inspiration from both natural and social science to talk about the need to conceptualize international politics in ways other than either stable continuity or sudden chaotic change. Many useful insights that are relevant to the new post-cold war world.
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′...the collection captures a wide range of alternative approaches that international relations and world-system scholars might profitably be jointly aware of. This heightened awareness surely will stimulate even greater dialogue, the goal of the editors.′ -- Contemporary Sociology, Vol 12 No 6, November 1983
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