The metaphors of globalisation: a multi-layered analysis of global youth culture

Gidley, J 2004, 'The metaphors of globalisation: a multi-layered analysis of global youth culture' in S. Inayatallah (ed.) The Causal Layered Analysis (CLA) Reader: Theory and Case Studies of an Integrative and Transformative Methodology, Tamkang University Press, Taipei, Taiwan, pp. 300-314.


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Title The metaphors of globalisation: a multi-layered analysis of global youth culture
Author(s) Gidley, J
Year 2004
Title of book The Causal Layered Analysis (CLA) Reader: Theory and Case Studies of an Integrative and Transformative Methodology
Publisher Tamkang University Press
Place of publication Taipei, Taiwan
Editor(s) S. Inayatallah
Start page 300
End page 314
Subjects Social Change
History and Philosophy of Education
Sociology of Education
Studies in Human Society not elsewhere classified
Summary This book is divided into five parts. Part I introduces the causal layered analysis methodology - its historical and conceptual context as well as research and workshop case studies. Part II presents essays that compare CLA to other methods, as well as essays that use and locate layered analysis generally; to some extent these predate CLA. The third part - and the largest section of the book - consists of case studies applying CLA in a wide range of areas, including, for example, genetic engineering, poverty, racism, globalisation, education, aviation, the global media, Japan, cities, and theories of intelligence. Part IV presents essays which constitute CLA as an evolving methodology. This section also includes a bibliographic narrative and a response to critics of CLA. The final part of the book includes charts, tables, and slides.
Copyright notice © 2004. This work is copyright. Copyright in the work as a whole remains with Tamkang University and Sohail Inayatullah; copyright in each chapter remains with the author of that chapter.
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