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FROM THE LOCAL TO THE GLOBAL : theories and key issues in global justice

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FROM THE LOCAL TO THE GLOBAL : theories and key issues in global justice
Title
FROM THE LOCAL TO THE GLOBAL
Title remainder
theories and key issues in global justice
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
From the Local to the Global: Theories and Key Issues in Global Social Justice explores and explains the relationships between social justice as it is conceived, constructed, understood and implemented locally and globally. It does so by examining social justice from a theoretical and substantive perspective. It takes the perspective that social justice is a multifaceted, dialectical, intersectional, and cross-cultural phenomenon with both local and global interfaces and implications
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YDX
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Quist-Adade, Charles
Dewey number
303.372
Index
no index present
LC call number
HM671
LC item number
.Q57 2017eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Culture and globalization
  • Social justice
Label
FROM THE LOCAL TO THE GLOBAL : theories and key issues in global justice
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 353-359)
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS; PREFACE; NOTES; ARRANGEMENT OF THIS BOOK; INTRODUCTION; DOES SOCIAL JUSTICE MATTER?; CHAPTER 1: KNOWLEDGE, KNOWING, AND SOCIAL JUSTICE; SECTION I; KNOWLEDGE, POWER, AND POWERLESSNESS; TYPES OF KNOWLEDGE; KNOWING: KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION; SOURCES OF KNOWLEDGE; WAYS OF KNOWING; Indigenous Ways of Knowing; WHAT IS INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE?; FUNCTIONS OF IK; Indigenous Knowledge Global Social Justice; WHO ARE THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLE?; WESTERN SYSTEM OF KNOWLEDGE; How Do We Know What We Know?; COMMON GROUNDS; SECTION II; WHAT IS CRITICAL THINKING? WHY DO WE NEED IT?
  • DEFINING CRITICAL THINKINGCHARACTERISTICS OF CRITICAL THINKING; CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CRITICAL THINKER; CRITICAL SOCIOLOGICAL THINKING; CRITICAL THEORY AND CRITICAL SOCIOLOGY; WHAT IS CRITICAL SOCIOLOGY?; A BRIEF HISTORY OF CRITICAL SOCIOLOGY; CRITICAL SOCIOLOGY, THE SOCIOLOGICAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION; CRITICAL THINKING TOOLKIT; Ignorance; Obvious; NOTES; CHAPTER 2: OPERATIVE CONCEPTS AND RECURRING THEMES; Highlights; INTERSECTIONALITY; POSITIONALITY; TYPES OF IDEOLOGIES; THE SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION; FROM THE LOCAL TO THE GLOBAL, FROM THE GLOBAL TO THE LOCAL
  • What Is the Global Sociological Imagination?THEORY OF THE DUALITY OF STRUCTURE AND AGENCY; ANTHONY GIDDENS' STRUCTURATION; NOTES; CHAPTER 3: SOCIAL REALITY CONSTRUCTION AND GLOBAL SOCIAL JUSTICE; SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIONIST THEORY: VYGOTSKY'S SEMINAL WORK; CORPORATE CRIME AND STREET CRIME; Highlights; THE SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION AND JUSTICE IN LOCAL AND GLOBAL CONTEXTS; What Is Social Justice?; What Is Global Social Justice?; NOTES; CHAPTER 4: SOCIAL JUSTICE AND THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF INEQUALITY AND DIFFERENCE; TWO TYPES OF PRIVILEGE
  • THE ESSENTIALIST ORIENTATIONS VERSUS CONSTRUCTIONIST ORIENTATIONSThe Essentialist Orientation; Constructionist Perspective; THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF DIFFERENCE; TYPES OF OPPRESSION; HOW DO WE CONSTRUCT THE 'OTHER'?; Invalidation: Key to Inequality; INVALIDATION MYTHS; INVALIDATION IDEOLOGIES: WEAPONS OF DISCRIMINATION, SUBORDINATION AND EXTERMINATION; STEREOTYPING, PREJUDICING, AND FRAMING; PREJUDICE, IGNORANCE AND STEREOTYPING; NOTES; CHAPTER 5: THE SOCIOLOGY OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE; OBSTACLES TO BECOMING 'GOOD'; THE HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACH; COLLECTIVE VERSUS INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS
  • FOUNDATION OF HUMAN RIGHTSCENTRAL TENETS OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACH; THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COVENANTS; DEBATE OVER THE UNIVERSALITY OF HUMAN RIGHTS; MURUMBA'S MODEL OF HUMAN RIGHTS; HUMAN RIGHTS AND HUMAN OBLIGATIONS; JUSTIFIABLE RESTRICTIONS; NOTES; CHAPTER 6: WHAT IS SOCIAL JUSTICE?; THE HISTORY OF THE "SOCIAL" IN SOCIAL JUSTICE; DEFINITIONS; Formal Definitions; BASIC PRINCIPLES OF JUSTICE IN THE JUST SOCIETY; SOCIAL JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS; KINDS OF RIGHTS; DIVISIONS AND TYPES OF JUSTICE; THE LAWS OF SOCIAL JUSTICE; CHARACTERISTICS OF SOCIAL JUSTICE; NOTES
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789463008396
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn967541251
Label
FROM THE LOCAL TO THE GLOBAL : theories and key issues in global justice
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 353-359)
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS; PREFACE; NOTES; ARRANGEMENT OF THIS BOOK; INTRODUCTION; DOES SOCIAL JUSTICE MATTER?; CHAPTER 1: KNOWLEDGE, KNOWING, AND SOCIAL JUSTICE; SECTION I; KNOWLEDGE, POWER, AND POWERLESSNESS; TYPES OF KNOWLEDGE; KNOWING: KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION; SOURCES OF KNOWLEDGE; WAYS OF KNOWING; Indigenous Ways of Knowing; WHAT IS INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE?; FUNCTIONS OF IK; Indigenous Knowledge Global Social Justice; WHO ARE THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLE?; WESTERN SYSTEM OF KNOWLEDGE; How Do We Know What We Know?; COMMON GROUNDS; SECTION II; WHAT IS CRITICAL THINKING? WHY DO WE NEED IT?
  • DEFINING CRITICAL THINKINGCHARACTERISTICS OF CRITICAL THINKING; CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CRITICAL THINKER; CRITICAL SOCIOLOGICAL THINKING; CRITICAL THEORY AND CRITICAL SOCIOLOGY; WHAT IS CRITICAL SOCIOLOGY?; A BRIEF HISTORY OF CRITICAL SOCIOLOGY; CRITICAL SOCIOLOGY, THE SOCIOLOGICAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION; CRITICAL THINKING TOOLKIT; Ignorance; Obvious; NOTES; CHAPTER 2: OPERATIVE CONCEPTS AND RECURRING THEMES; Highlights; INTERSECTIONALITY; POSITIONALITY; TYPES OF IDEOLOGIES; THE SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION; FROM THE LOCAL TO THE GLOBAL, FROM THE GLOBAL TO THE LOCAL
  • What Is the Global Sociological Imagination?THEORY OF THE DUALITY OF STRUCTURE AND AGENCY; ANTHONY GIDDENS' STRUCTURATION; NOTES; CHAPTER 3: SOCIAL REALITY CONSTRUCTION AND GLOBAL SOCIAL JUSTICE; SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIONIST THEORY: VYGOTSKY'S SEMINAL WORK; CORPORATE CRIME AND STREET CRIME; Highlights; THE SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION AND JUSTICE IN LOCAL AND GLOBAL CONTEXTS; What Is Social Justice?; What Is Global Social Justice?; NOTES; CHAPTER 4: SOCIAL JUSTICE AND THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF INEQUALITY AND DIFFERENCE; TWO TYPES OF PRIVILEGE
  • THE ESSENTIALIST ORIENTATIONS VERSUS CONSTRUCTIONIST ORIENTATIONSThe Essentialist Orientation; Constructionist Perspective; THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF DIFFERENCE; TYPES OF OPPRESSION; HOW DO WE CONSTRUCT THE 'OTHER'?; Invalidation: Key to Inequality; INVALIDATION MYTHS; INVALIDATION IDEOLOGIES: WEAPONS OF DISCRIMINATION, SUBORDINATION AND EXTERMINATION; STEREOTYPING, PREJUDICING, AND FRAMING; PREJUDICE, IGNORANCE AND STEREOTYPING; NOTES; CHAPTER 5: THE SOCIOLOGY OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE; OBSTACLES TO BECOMING 'GOOD'; THE HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACH; COLLECTIVE VERSUS INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS
  • FOUNDATION OF HUMAN RIGHTSCENTRAL TENETS OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACH; THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COVENANTS; DEBATE OVER THE UNIVERSALITY OF HUMAN RIGHTS; MURUMBA'S MODEL OF HUMAN RIGHTS; HUMAN RIGHTS AND HUMAN OBLIGATIONS; JUSTIFIABLE RESTRICTIONS; NOTES; CHAPTER 6: WHAT IS SOCIAL JUSTICE?; THE HISTORY OF THE "SOCIAL" IN SOCIAL JUSTICE; DEFINITIONS; Formal Definitions; BASIC PRINCIPLES OF JUSTICE IN THE JUST SOCIETY; SOCIAL JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS; KINDS OF RIGHTS; DIVISIONS AND TYPES OF JUSTICE; THE LAWS OF SOCIAL JUSTICE; CHARACTERISTICS OF SOCIAL JUSTICE; NOTES
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789463008396
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn967541251

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