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Civil Society: Local and Regional Responses to Global Challenges
Sociology & Anthropology Faculty Book and Media Gallery
  • Mark Herkenrath
  • Eric Mielants, Fairfield University
  • Jeffrey Kentor
Role

Editor: Mark Herkenrath

Contributing co-authors: Eric Mielants, Jeffrey Kentor

Document Type
Book
Description/Summary

Eric Mielants (with Jeffrey Kentor) is a contributing author, "Connecting the Global and Local: The Impact of Globalization on Civil Society: 1990-2000," p. 27-52.

Book description: While contributing to social inequality and environmental degradation, recent global transformations have also strengthened civil society groups opposing these trends. Yet, as they need to transform the existing social order from within, groups struggling for social justice face various strategic dilemmas. The articles in this volume examine these dilemmas and discuss possible solutions. Issues addressed include North-South disparities in what has been called "global civil society", and the precarious division of labor between local grassroots organizers and transnational coalition-builders.

ISBN
9783825805333
Publication Date
1-1-2007
Publication Information

Eric Mielants, Jeffrey Kentor. “Connecting the Global and Local: The Impact of Globalization on Civil Society: 1990-2000”, in Mark Herkenrath (ed.) Civil Society: Local and Regional Responses to Global Challenges, Berlin: LIT Verlag, 2007, p. 27-52.

Comments

Copyright 2007 LIT Verlag.

Citation Information
Mark Herkenrath, Eric Mielants and Jeffrey Kentor. Civil Society: Local and Regional Responses to Global Challenges. (2007)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/eric_mielants/12/