376 pp., 6.125 x 9.25, 6 halftones, 1 fig., 3 maps, 5 tables, bibl., index
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4696-5999-2
Published: August 2020
eBook ISBN: 978-1-4696-6000-4
Published: July 2020
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New to this edition:
*Close to 50% new material
*New illustrations, maps, and tables
*New and expanded emphases on political and economic globalization and populism; health; climate change, and development
*Extensively revised exercises and activities
*New resume-writing exercise in careers chapter
*Thoroughly revised online teacher’s manual
About the Authors
Shawn Smallman is professor of international and global studies at Portland State University.
For more information about Shawn C. Smallman, visit the Author Page.
Kimberley Brown is professor of applied linguistics and international and global studies at Portland State University.
For more information about Kimberley Brown, visit the Author Page.
“As a citizen, you will face complex global issues, from trade to war, commanding your attention and calling for you to make decisions. One goal of this text is to help you critically reflect on global issues and identify the contexts where your loyalty, responsibility, and connection to others will make a difference. . . . A global perspective changes not just what you think but what you do.”—from the introduction