By Thomas D. Hall (ed.)
This ebook brings jointly essentially the most influential new study from the world-systems viewpoint. The authors survey and study new and rising themes from a variety of disciplinary views, from political technological know-how to archaeology. each one analytical essay is written in obtainable language in order that the amount serves as a lucid creation either to the culture of world-systems idea and the recent debates which are sparking additional learn at the present time.
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Extra resources for A World-Systems Reader: New Perspectives on Gender, Urbanism, Cultures, Indigenous Peoples, and Ecology
Wallerstein argues there are three fundamental types of world-systems: world-economies, world-empires, and minisystems. A world-system typically is composed of many different states. These states trade and war with one another. This is called a world-economy. If one state succeeds in conquering the others, thus uniting it politically, Wallerstein calls it a world-empire. Typically, one state in a world-economy eventually conquers, or at least dominates, the others, transforming it into a world-empire.
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First, I present brief examples of world-systems research that can take students into the nuts and bolts of the research. I sought examples that were different, yet interesting and topical. Second, I provide students (and sometimes their teachers) brief introductions to how world-systems analysis is used outside sociology—the “home discipline” of world-systems analysis. These chapters describe a bit about how those other disciplines work and use world-systems analysis, introducing basic readings and a road map to help students to use those disciplines in their own research papers.