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by Stephen Sanderson

Free eBook Civilizations and World Systems: Studying World-Historical Change download ISBN: 0761991050
Author: Stephen Sanderson
Publisher: AltaMira Press (November 7, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 324
Category: Historical
Subcategory: Americas
Size MP3: 1433 mb
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PDF On Mar 1, 1997, Philip R. P. Coelho and others published Civilizations and World Systems: Studying . Economic Evolution and Revolution in Historical Time. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2011. Coelho and others published Civilizations and World Systems: Studying World-Historical Change. Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press, 1995.

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Sanderson invites the leading figures in comparative civilizational studies and world systems analysis-including Wallerstein, MacNeill, Frank, Wilkinson, Chase-Dunn, and Robertson-to compare and contrast their assumptions and conclusions about broad-scale social and historical change. A mixture of newly commissioned work and recently published articles, this book is unmatched as a useful introduction to current thinking about global historical change.
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This is a superb presentation of civilizational analysis and world system theory for a study of the history of the last 5,000 years. Civilizations are conceived as large scale social groups with shared common cultural characteristics, such as religious, philosophical, linguistic and technological. Civilizations generally have a life cycle of genesis, growth, breakdown, and disentegration. World system analysis examines societies in the broadest possible terms. Here you are able
to compare and contrast the process of analysis of these two approaches to long term social and historical evolution on a global basis.