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Title New socialisms : futures beyond globalization / edited by Robert Albritton [and others].

Imprint London ; New York : Routledge, 2004.

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Description 1 online resource (xi, 267 pages) : illustrations.
Series Innis centenary series
Innis centenary series.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: towards democracy through socialisms / Robert Albritton and Richard Westra -- Governance and law -- Socialism and individual freedom / Robert Albritton -- Globalization's challenge to feminist political economy and the law: a socialist perspective / Marjorie Griffin Cohen -- Reembedding -- Earth democracy / Vandana Shiva -- The imperative of the social bond: after the triumph of markets / Daniel Drache -- Adam Smith's green vision and the future of global socialism / Colin A.M. Duncan -- Marx's anti-authoritarian ecocommunism / John R. Bell -- Pleasure -- Hedonist revisionism / Kate Soper -- Post-porn\post-anti-porn: queer socialist pornography / Shannon Bell -- Development visions -- The failure of African socialisms and their future / John S. Saul -- The "impasse" debate and socialist development / Richard Westra -- Political agency -- Global alternatives and the meta-industrial class / Ariel Salleh -- Postscript on the surplus population / William Corlett -- Possible worlds -- Socialism beyond market and productivism / Thomas T. Sekine -- From socialists to localists / Teresa Brennan.
Summary As neo-liberal globalization pushes us further toward global inequality, poverty, war and militarism diverse movements are arising to voice their concerns. This book looks at these debates.
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Subject Socialism.
Social problems.
Globalization -- Social aspects.
Anti-globalization movement.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Albritton, Robert, 1941-
Other Form: Print version: New socialisms. London ; New York : Routledge, 2004 0415328209 (DLC) 2003058601 (OCoLC)52821455
ISBN 020339089X (electronic bk.)
9780203390894 (electronic bk.)