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Edited by N'Dri T. Assié-Lumumba, Cornell University
This resourceful book provides cutting-edge exploration and insightful analysis of educational implications of technology and distance higher education in Africa and Asia, critically examining access, curriculum, pedagogy, externally designed programs, the quest for ownership and strategies for ...
Nicole Trujillo-Pagán, Wayne State University
This volume explores the establishment of US colonial rule over Puerto Rico through the appropriation and usurpation of the status of local physicians, the undermining of their political legitimacy, and its role in the development of capitalism in the colony.
Laura Westra, University of Windsor and University of Milano, Bicocca
Legal "personhood" has granted corporations increasing powers while citizens and national governments face diminishing powers in the expanding global economy. As a result, corporate decisions undermine and even nullify legal decisions made by democratically elected governments designed to ...
Dennis C. Canterbury, Eastern Connecticut State University
In Capital Accumulation and Migration Dennis C. Canterbury explores the subject of capital accumulation and migration under neoliberal capitalism.
In Toward a Dialectic of Philosophy and Organization revolutions and revolutionary movements of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries are examined through the lens of the Hegelian-Marxian dialectic(s) and Marx’s concept of revolutionary organization.
Vittorio Cotesta, Università degli Studi Roma Tre
Global Society and Human Rights tries to grasp and reconstruct the processes of global unification and the shaping of a common feeling of humanity: the conviction, in different cultural contexts, of the unity of mankind and the existence of inalienable human rights.
Rudolf Siebert, Western Michigan University
The Manifesto develops further the Critical Theory of Religion intrinsic to the Critical Theory of Society of the Frankfurt School into a new paradigm of the Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy and Theology of Religion. Its central theme is the theodicy problem in the context of late capitalist ...
Edited by Jean Batou, University of Lausanne and Henryk Szlajfer, Polish Academy of Sciences and Warsaw University
This book collected together and – in many cases – translated into English for the first time the main articles of Marian Małowist, one of the most fertile Polish historian of the 20th century, on the central issue of our times: the wide and widening gulf between the core and the periphery, the ...
Milan Zafirovski, University of North Texas
Applying the idea of the destiny of societies or nations, the book argues, demonstrates, and illustrates the Calvinist societal "predestination", through the Puritan determination, of American society.
Edited by David Fasenfest, Wayne State University
Identifying the causes of and potential for a alternative to neoliberalism, this book offers case studies of new social movements, new forms of autonomy, and new possibilities for a progressive future.
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