The Resource Justice globalism : ideology, crises, policy, Manfred Steger, Erin K. Wilson, James Goodman

Justice globalism : ideology, crises, policy, Manfred Steger, Erin K. Wilson, James Goodman

Label
Justice globalism : ideology, crises, policy
Title
Justice globalism
Title remainder
ideology, crises, policy
Statement of responsibility
Manfred Steger, Erin K. Wilson, James Goodman
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Are political activists connected to the global justice movement simplistically opposed to neoliberal globalization? Is their political vision 'incoherent' and their policy proposals 'naive' and 'superficial' as is often claimed by the mainstream media? Drawing on dozens of interviews and rich textual analyses involving nearly fifty global justice organizations linked to the World Social Forum, the authors of this pioneering study challenge this prevailing view. They present a compelling case that the global justice movement has actually fashioned a new political ideology with global reach: 'justice globalism'. Far from being incoherent, justice globalism possesses a rich and nuanced set of core concepts and powerful ideological claims. The book investigates how justice globalists respond to global financial crises, to escalating climate change, and to the global food crisis. It finds justice globalism generating new political agendas and campaigns to address these pressing problems. Justice globalism, the book concludes, has much to contribute to solving the serious global challenges of the 21st century. Justice globalism will prove a stimulating read for undergraduate and graduate students in the social sciences and humanities who are taking courses on globalization, global studies and global justice
Cataloging source
StDuBDS
Dewey number
303.482
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Justice globalism : ideology, crises, policy, Manfred Steger, Erin K. Wilson, James Goodman
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Justice Globalism and Global Crises -- The Problematic -- The Evolution of the Global Justice Movement -- The Significance of Ideology -- Research Questions and Book Structure -- Additional Themes -- Methodological Issues -- Why the WSF? -- Why these Organizations? -- Justice Globalism Versus Market Globalism -- Notes -- 2.Justice Globalism: Core Concepts -- Introduction -- Morphological Discourse Analysis (MDA) -- Emerging Core Ideological Concepts -- Transformative/Paradigmatic Change -- Participatory Democracy -- Equality of Access to Resources and Opportunities -- Social Justice -- Universal Rights -- Global Solidarity -- Sustainability -- Conclusion -- 3.Justice Globalism: Core Ideological Claims -- Introduction -- Claim #1 Neoliberalism Produces Global Crises -- Claim #2 Market-driven Globalization has Increased Worldwide Disparities in Wealth and Wellbeing -- Claim #3 Democratic Participation is Essential for Solving Global Problems --
  • Contents note continued: Claim #4 Another World is Possible and Urgently Needed -- Claim #5 People Power, not Corporate Power! -- Insights from Quantitative Analysis -- A).The Rising Global Imaginary -- B).Socioeconomic Focus -- C).Recessive Themes -- Conclusion -- 4.Responding to Global Crises: From Core Concepts to Policy Alternatives -- Introduction -- Thematic Background -- Opposition and Refusal -- Agenda Setting -- (i).Framing -- (ii).Dialogue -- (iii).Reflexivity -- Tactical Approaches -- Conclusions -- 5.Justice Globalism and the Global Financial Crisis -- Introduction -- The Global Financial Regime -- The Crisis of 2008 -- Justice Globalism Responds -- Opportunity and Alternatives -- Reregulation for the Public Good -- Delinking to Relink -- Re-democratization (Transformation via Democratization -- Conclusion -- 6.Justice Globalism and the Global Food Crisis -- Introduction -- Free Trade Theory and Food Markets: A History of Food Crises --
  • Contents note continued: The WTO's M̀arket Access' Regime -- The Global Food Crisis -- Justice Globalism's Food Policy Alternatives -- Reregulation: F̀ood Equality' and Expanded Market Access' -- Delinking and Relinking: F̀ood Security' and F̀ood Sufficiency' -- Transformation: Achieving F̀ood Sovereignty' -- Conclusion -- 7.Climate Crisis and Justice Globalism -- Introduction -- The Global Climate Regime: Market Globalist and Global South Developmentalist Perspectives -- Analyzing Global Climate Change: The Justice Globalist Perspective -- Justice Globalist Policy Alternatives -- Climate Action -- Climate Autonomy -- Climate Justice -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 8.Conclusion -- Coherence and Distinctiveness -- Political Responsiveness -- Quo Vadis, GJM?
Control code
000050379080
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xii, 172 pages
Isbn
9781446240908
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System control number
  • (OCoLC)808496027
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