Bound, living in the globalized world
Bound offers a highly readable, stimulating and straight-forward introduction to one of the key issues of our time: globalization. Scott Sernau explores the back-ground to our present of interconnectedness, asking what trends and practices have brought us to this new global century. He relates world issues to our everyday local experiences in a way that will engross both students and the informed general reader.
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