March 1, 2012 - admin

Volume 38, Issue 2: The Importance of a Perspective from Abroad

Even the most isolationist persons among us cannot help but be aware of how connected we are to the rest of the world, and for a moment recognize that perhaps we cannot disassociate ourselves from the global political economy. Aside from the endless noise about how we live in a globalized economy, and talk of financial markets bouncing up and down in time with the ebbs and flows of the economic news from Europe and the eurozone, as a rule we have little idea about how the rest of the world understands events as they pertain to the USA…

David Fasenfest, Critical Sociology, 38(2), 2012

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