8 edition of Transnational Identity Politics and the Environment found in the catalog.
July 28, 2007 by Lexington Books .
Written in English
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Ambiguous, yet proliferous, the concept of identity has taken an important place in the analysis of individuals, groups, and nations. The chapter introduces the literature on identify formation and identity politics, and clarifies why French political and sociological tradition has long rejected group identity as a notion that conflicts with the universalist understanding of the : Riva Kastoryano, Angéline Escafré-Dublet. TFF worked with and in all of the Yugoslav space from September This conflicts – the largest immediately after the end of the First Cold War – had larger consequences for law, NATO expansion, the UN, Western warfare, “humanitarian” intervention and regime change policies than even the fall of the Berlin Wall itself. Transnational feminism challenges the view of “global/international” feminisms that erases differences within and between nations. There is a tendency toward a Eurocentric/Colonial viewpoint that melds difference into one “feminist mold.” Transnational Feminisms highlight the varying contexts of women’s.
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Transnational Identity Politics and the Environment attempts to transcend current social science paradigms for interpreting the relations between globalization and environmental activism, and to develop an alternative perspective that recognizes the effects of economic globalization, accelerating migration, and the retreat of the state on environmental social movements and by: "Transnational Identity Politics and the Environment attempts to transcend current social science perspectives on environmental activism and to develop an alternative view that recognizes the effects of globalization, migration, and the "retreat of the state" on environmental social movements and politics.".
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Cited by: 1. She is Series Editor for the series on Women and Migration in Asia, Volumes 1–5 (SAGE –) and editor of Vol. 1: Transnational Identity Politics and the Environment book Migration and the Politics of Identity (SAGE ).
She has also published Life at School (, ), Living the Body (SAGE ) and edited Embodiment: Essays on Gender and Identity (), Anthropological Format: Hardcover.
A transnational lens, then, is both a perspective and a variable. It departs from a different set of assumptions about social organization than those usually employed by social scientists and policymakers.
It locates migrants within social fields that combine several national territories rather than expecting them to move back and forth between. This volume, the first in the series entitled Women and Migration in Asia, focuses on Asian women`s experience of immigration and the impact this has on their identity in the context of transnational migration.
It highlights the gendered dimension of migration, the differential experience of men and women, and the consequences of this for women.5/5(1). Recent scholars have broadened the study of transnational relations, once limited to political economy, to include contentious international politics.
This is a refreshing trend, but most of them leap directly from globalization or some other such process to transnational social movements and thence to a global civil society. In addition, they have so far failed to distinguish among movements Cited by: Transnational Urbanism is a profound work of theoretical synthesis by internationally renowned urban theorist Michael Peter Smith.
Moving deftly across disciplines and discursive terrains, Smith forges original and stimulating connections between urban studies and the emerging field of transnational studies. With original and extraordinary insight, he addresses the central question of Author: Michael Peter Smith.
The Transnational Foundation for Peace & Future Research, TFF, was established on January 1, It’s been on the Internet since It produces research, Transnational Identity Politics and the Environment book studies and public education. Examining the psychological, institutional, and political mechanisms that encourage or impede identification with transnational groups, the book considers these theoretical questions in light of new evidence drawn from a rich body of primary research, including field experiments, in-depth interviews with elites, and public opinion surveys.
A study of the effect of EU membership on Central and Eastern European environmental policy and the interplay of political incentives and industry behavior that determines policy In Transnational Politics of the Environment, Liliana Andonova examines the effect of the Europen Union (EU) on the environmental policies of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, and Poland.
The book then focuses in greater depth on the cases of Afro-descendants in Latin America and of Dalits and caste-affected groups in South Asia and beyond. Each case study shows the historical roots of group-specific transnational mobilisation and how activists have constructed a distinct identity frame out of shared : Corinne Lennox.
In a very real sense, “identity politics” was not a call for each “unmeltable ethnic” or interest group to foreground the interests of race, class, and gender in the abstract. Identity politics as it was birthed by the Combahee River Collective was a call for everyone to put the.
The Conservative Human Rights Revolution European Identity, Transnational Politics, and the Origins of the European Convention Marco Duranti. Radically reinterprets how and why European conservatives advanced a postwar human rights system, arguing that they were motivated by a desire to limit the creation of policies they believed would violate their basic liberties, above all in Britain and.
“Human and National Security is an outstanding book offering a comprehensive examination of what elements are necessary for meaningful security in the contemporary world.
This book provides a significant and forward-looking appraisal of the security environment, situating human security concerns as vital in the pursuit of national security. Transnational Identity Politics and the Environment attempts to transcend current social science paradigms for interpreting the relations between globalization and environmental activism, and to develop an alternative perspective that recognizes the effects of economic globalization, accelerating migration, and the retreat of the state on environmental social movements and poli.
Robert O. Keohane (b. ) is an American scholar of international relations, best known for his work on neoliberal institutionalism. His numerous books include After Hegemony () and Power and Governance in a Partially Globalized World ().
Currently a professor at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, Keohane has received numerous awards for his scholarship/5. ational Advocacy Networks in International Politics: Introduction (1–38) By the end of the twentieth century, the authors argue (in ), nonstate actors play significant roles on the global stage of politics—transforming and challenging conceptions of national sovereignty through networked relationships.
These networks vary with time, context, and issue, but include “those. Identity,” the author draws from her experiences as a poetry translator to investigate issues of language and identity.
Translation becomes a metaphor for understanding my own existence across two cultures. “Transnational Families” focuses on the changing family dynamics and the intra-generational relationships among transnational family.
Growing Up Transnational: Identity and Kinship in a Global Era MAY FRIEDMAN. SILVIA SCHULTERMANDL Transnational Identity Politics in Lisa Suhair Majaj’s Self-Writing.
explores the issues of identity, family, and the multi-ethnic environment in contemporary America. The main characters of her debut novel,Typical American(), as a. Transnational LGBT Activism argues that the idea of LGBT human rights is not predetermined but instead is defined by international activists who establish what and who qualifies for protection.
The result is a uniquely balanced, empirical response to previous critiques of Western human rights activists—and a clarifying perspective on the nature and practice of global human rights advocacy. Transnational citizenship redefines traditional notions of citizenship and replaces an individual's singular national loyalties with the ability to belong to multiple nation states, as made visible in the political, cultural, social and economic national citizenship, where individuals interact in such capacities with one sovereign state, transnational citizenship transcends pre.
Rituals of Mediation International Politics and Social Meaning A timely consideration of the meaning of transnational cultural interactions today Uses of the Other “The East” in European Identity Formation Examines identity politics in the context of international relations.
This book was inspired by the international conference "Dynamics of National Identity and Transnational Identities in the Process of European Integration". The conference was organized by the Balkan Ethnology Department of the Ethnographic Institute and Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and held in The conference was realized as.
The articles in the book are academic in general but it is a useful informative tool for those who want to understand the basics and nature of hallyu through various perspectives. chungay. Globalization is a fact of business life in the 21st century, but not all globalized businesses have the same configuration.
Companies that follow a transnational strategy have a highly globalized presence, while also developing a highly responsive outlook toward local and regional markets, according to the managerial grid, or the matrix classification of multinational corporations. This book questions what it means to adopt an identity that is organised around issues of expressivism - and offers a series of non-reductionist ways of looking at identity politics.
Hetherington analyzes expressive identities through issues of performance, spaces of identity and the occasion'. 11 This is the definition used by the editors of the summer issue of International Organization which was devoted to essays on transnational relations and world politics, reprinted as Keohane, Robert O.
and Nye, Joseph S. Jr (eds.), Transnational Relations and World Politics (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ), p. xii. See also: Angell, p. 22 (Angell uses the term Cited by: There is widespread disagreement over whether transnational citizenship provides defensible extensions of, or meaningful complements to, national citizenship.
A significant strand of criticism relies upon empirical arguments about political motivation and the consequences of transnationalism. This paper addresses two questions arising from empirical arguments relating to the Cited by: 9.
In this small book, Jessup introduces the term “transnational law” to legal studies and elaborates on the challenges that this new perspective poses to legal practice, domestic and international.
See Important Definitions. Nye, Joseph S., and Robert O. Keohane. “Transnational Relations. This volume, the first in the series entitled Women and Migration in Asia, focuses on Asian women`s experience of immigration and the impact this has on their identity in the context of transnational highlights the gendered dimension of migration, the differential experience of men and women, and the consequences of this for women.
Identity politics – both domestic and transnational – are frequently held accountable for the region’s longstanding susceptibility to conflict. When drawing borders after World War I, colonial powers showed little regard for existing sub and supra-state ethnic and religious identities.
Environment and Planning A "Transnational Urbanism is an impressive book. It offers a state-of-the-art theoretical treatise on globalization and the city, which even those sceptical that new terms and novel methods can save globalization theory from its conceptual morass will gain much from reading." -- Environment and Planning B: Planning and.
America’s Identity Crisis The road to sanity, and away from political violence, starts with an appreciation of a shared national character. and members of other minority groups must promote identity-first politics over any notion of the common good; failure to do so, she suggested, is a betrayal of the “Transnational class formation.
Transnational Identities book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This original work explores the increasingly important phenomenon 4/5. Book: The Transnational Mosque. Novem offers an illustrated analysis of the role of transnational mosques in the construction of contemporary Muslim identity.
Transnational mosques are structures built through the support of both government sponsorship, whether in the home country or abroad, and diverse transnational networks.
In so doing, the author advances the debate on the relationship between diaspora and the creation of national identity as well as on nationalist politics tied to a particular territory. “The Transnational Mosque represents an extremely timely return to the study of religious architecture as part of our contemporary cultural landscape.
It provides a well-researched and articulate narration of architectural projects that exceed national borders, grounded in remarkably cogent summaries of local politics and histories.”—.
In conflict zones around the world, the phenomenon of foreign insurgents fighting on behalf of local rebel groups is a common occurrence. They have been an increasing source of concern because they engage in deadlier attacks than local fighters do.
They also violate international laws and norms of citizenship. And because of their zeal, their adversaries - often the most powerful countries in.
Introduction. A key issue that unites and divides organizations and organizational members is national identity. While there is a proliferation of research on cultural differences (Hofstede, ; Shenkar, ), research on international management has focused only limited attention on the processes of national identification or national identity construction (Koveshnikov et al., ; Vaara Cited by: 1.
Friends of the Earth International: Negotiating a transnational identity Article (PDF Available) in Environmental Politics 15(5) November with Reads How we measure 'reads'.Identity politics thus encompasses a large part of the political struggles of the contemporary world, from democratic revolutions to new social movements, from nationalism and Islamism to the.Transnational corporations (TNCs) have an enormous impact upon the global environment.
Indeed, at first glance, it is clear that they consume much of the earth’s resources and produce huge quantities of waste as well. As Elliott ( ) observes: ‘The contribution of [TNCs] to global pollution and to resource depletion is significant.’Cited by: