People Count!

Networked Individuals in Global Politics

People Count! rests on a single but important premise: As the world shrinks and becomes ever more complex, so have people-as "networked individuals"-become ever more central to the course of events. This book seeks to depict a new era by analyzing the basic roles people occupy in their family, community, and society, including the wider world. Les mer
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People Count! rests on a single but important premise: As the world shrinks and becomes ever more complex, so have people-as "networked individuals"-become ever more central to the course of events. This book seeks to depict a new era by analyzing the basic roles people occupy in their family, community, and society, including the wider world.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface and Acknowledgments Chapter 1: Teachers and Scholars Chapter 2: Roles in a Fragmegrative World Chapter 3: The Skill Revolution Chapter 4: Demographic Trends PART I: People on the Move Chapter 5: Citizens Chapter 6: Immigrants and Diaspora Chapter 7: Hybrids and Cosmopolitans Chapter 8: Travelers Chapter 9: Activists Chapter 10: Terrorists PART II: People at Work Chapter 11: Soldiers Chapter 12: Workers Chapter 13: Business Executives Chapter 14: Public Officials Chapter 15: Consumers PART III: People in Society and Culture: Chapter 16: Networkers Chapter 17: Journalists and Bloggers Chapter 18: Worshippers Chapter 19: Students Chapter 20: Artists PART IV: People in Unorganized Groupings Chapter 21: Marginals Chapter 22: Generations Chapter 23: Classes Chapter 24: Recounted People

Om forfatteren

James N. Rosenau is University Professor of International Affairs at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. He is author of numerous books on global affairs including Distant Proximities: Dynamics beyond Globalization (Princeton University Press 2003), the brilliant precursor to People Count!