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李雪   社会科学文献出版社  2018-08 出版
ISBN:978-7-5201-3318-0
关键词: 全球化 研究

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本书是推进“全球社会学”(Global and Transnational Sociology) 这一新兴的社会学分支学科发展的一次尝试。在全球化的今天,各个现代国家的功能和特征越来越多地受到跨国力量(包括国际组织、国际贸易与外国投资)的影响,国家与市场的关系、国家与社会的关系也随之发生变化。本书聚焦全球化与现代国家的关系,在检视全球化理论的基础上,通过经验数据分析,分别探讨了全球民族国家的形成、当代国家的特征如何受到全球化进程影响等议题。
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  • 编委会
  • 第一章 全球社会学:现象与理论
    1. 什么是全球化?
    2. 全球化理论
  • 第二章 研究框架安排
    1. 背景介绍
    2. 现有研究
    3. 讨论
  • 第三章 全球化理论议题
    1. 全球化与制度趋同
    2. 全球化与不平等
  • 第四章 国家的扩展
    1. 福利国家的发展
    2. 发展中国家的国家角色
  • 第五章 将组织带回分析的中心:世界政体中国际非政府组织的不平等
    1. 背景
    2. 数据和方法
    3. 结果
    4. 讨论
  • 第六章 世界政体与全球民族国家的兴起:基于1816~2001年的面板数据分析
    1. 理论问题
    2. 方法问题
    3. 结果
    4. 结论
  • 第七章 世界政体与全球民族国家的兴起:基于1919~1945年的面板数据分析
    1. 引言
    2. 背景
    3. 数据和方法
    4. 结果
    5. 结论
  • 第八章 全球化与政府规模:全球市民社会与经济全球化的交互效应
    1. 引言
    2. 经济全球化与政府规模
    3. 全球市民社会和政府规模
    4. 数据和方法
    5. 讨论与结论
  • 第九章 全球化与美国福利改革,1931~2015年
    1. 理论基础和概要
    2. 统一民主时刻理论
    3. 方法
    4. 发现
    5. 结论
    6. 附录9.1 关于统一民主时刻构成部分、医疗利益集团、公共舆论和《全民医保法案》的分析
    7. 附录9.2 有关“一般”社会福利改革事件的分析
  • 第十章 对外开放提高收入了吗?
    1. 引言
    2. 理论与假设
    3. 数据与方法
    4. 分析与讨论
  • 第十一章 全球竞争下社会保障支出的地区差异:基于长三角和珠三角的比较
    1. 引言
    2. 全球竞争下的长三角与珠三角
    3. 文献回顾与理论假设
    4. 数据与方法
    5. 分析
    6. 结论
  • 第十二章 结论
    1. 总结
    2. 总体结论
  • 后记
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