John W. Murphy is Professor of Sociology at the University of Miami.
Globalisation and the Prospects for Critical Reflection
John W. Murphy,
Jung Min Choi
In many circles globalisation is treated as an inevitable trend that reflects long-term economic cycles. As a result of this determinism, persons are told that they must adapt or suffer the social ...
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