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Culture and Global Change Paperback – November 6, 1999

ISBN-13: 978-0415139175 ISBN-10: 0415139171 Edition: 0th
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An excellent introduction to Globalisation Kenneth Jones, Queen Margaret College

'This book is crucial in bringing arguments from other disciplines to a development studies audienceI would have no hesitation in recommending this title as an undergraduate text book for students on courses with a development studies, cultural studies or globalisation focus.' - Dan Knox, Progress in Development Studies 2(2)

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