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Challenges of globalisation : South African debates with Manuel Castells

Author: Manuel Castells; Johan Muller; Nico Cloete; Shireen Badat
Publisher: Pinelands, Cape Town : Maskew Miller Longman, 2001.
Series: Higher education and globalisation, 4.
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An intellectual record of a riveting dialogue between the highly acclaimed Manuel Castells and South African scholars.

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Title: Challenges of globalisation : South African debates with Manuel Castells /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Manuel Castells; Johan Muller; Nico Cloete; Shireen Badat
ISBN: 063604775X; 9780636047754
Notes: Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Content: The new global economy/M. Castells -- The role of the state in the new global economy/M. Carnoy -- The grand sociology of Manuel Castells/S. Visvanathan -- Disputing Castellian globalization for Africa/C. Solundo -- Globalization, the state and macroeconomics/S. Gelb -- Black holes or green fields of opportunity/J. Netshitenzhe -- Shaping or submitting to the global economy/E. Patel -- Debating Castells and Carnoy on the network society/A. Kraak -- Growing identity organically/M. Castells -- The politics of identity in post-apartheid South Africa/N. Alexander -- Re-imagining, remaking or imposing identity/C. Soudien -- Information technology and global development/M. Castells -- Building Castels in the ether/A. Gillwald -- Think local, act global/M. Castells -- Universities as dynamic systems of contradictory functions/M. Castells -- Education and the margins of the network society/M. Hall -- Vanishing borders and new boundaries/T. Moja -- Concluding comments: connectivity, capacity and knowledge/J. Muller.

University of KwaZulu-Natal Library notes:
From the "Higher education and globalisation"category of the CHET publication.
2 8 10 16 18
Description: xi, 300 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: The new global economy/M. Castells -- The role of the state in the new global economy/M. Carnoy -- The grand sociology of Manuel Castells/S. Visvanathan -- Disputing Castellian globalization for Africa/C. Solundo -- Globalization, the state and macroeconomics/S. Gelb -- Black holes or green fields of opportunity/J. Netshitenzhe -- Shaping or submitting to the global economy/E. Patel -- Debating Castells and Carnoy on the network society/A. Kraak -- Growing identity organically/M. Castells -- The politics of identity in post-apartheid South Africa/N. Alexander -- Re-imagining, remaking or imposing identity/C. Soudien -- Information technology and global development/M. Castells -- Building Castels in the ether/A. Gillwald -- Think local, act global/M. Castells -- Universities as dynamic systems of contradictory functions/M. Castells -- Education and the margins of the network society/M. Hall -- Vanishing borders and new boundaries/T. Moja -- Concluding comments: connectivity, capacity and knowledge/J. Muller.
Responsibility: edited by Johan Muller, Nico Cloete, and Shireen Badat.
Year: 2001.
Publisher: Pinelands, Cape Town : Maskew Miller Longman,
Standard Numbers: LCCN: 2003391616; National Library: 011168707
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: JZ1318; Dewey No.: 337
Series: Higher education and globalisation ;; Number: 4; Variation: Higher education and globalisation ; 4.
OCLC No.: 52587828
Local System Bib Number:
u216674
(Sirsi) i9780636047754
(Sirsi) 216674
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