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Populism Versus the New Globalization
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Populism Versus the New Globalization



February 2021 | 168 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Populism and globalization are shorthand for the temper of our times. Populism is usually cast as globalization’s nemesis, a backlash against worldwide connectivity, while globalization is often said to be in retreat or even demise.

This book takes issue with both interpretations, claiming instead that while populism of all shades tends to be anti-globalist, the globalism it is pitted against has changed dramatically in recent years and is increasingly decentred, destabilized, contingent, multipolar, and multidirectional. Axford paints a picture of this new globalization and dissects the strains of postmodern populism that both contest it and are its expression. Attention to the current surge of populism also affords purchase on an axial feature of our turbulent and globalized world—the imbrication or antithesis of local and global, of difference and sameness. This is an interdisciplinary examination of populism as a factor in global change, drawing on international politics, sociology, and global studies.


 
Chapter 1: Populism and Globalization: Uneasy Bedfellows
 
Chapter 2: What's in A Name? Populism in Thought (And Some Deeds)
 
Chapter 3: Populism in Practice: Causes, Correlates and Crises
 
Chapter 4: Populism and The New Globalization
 
Chapter 5: Populism: Pathological Localism or Vernacular Glocalization?
 
Chapter 6: Postmodern Populism, Globalization, and the Crisis of Modernity
 
Epilogue: Postmodern Populism and The New Globalization - Reasons To Be Cheerful?

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ISBN: 9781526487209
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