4 edition of Religions, regionalism, and globalization in Asia found in the catalog.
Religions, regionalism, and globalization in Asia
Ateneo Center for Asian Studies
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|Pagination||148 p. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||2011308043|
Previously, China’s regionalism was confined to East Asia and now it has expanded to all directions in Asia, including Central and South Asia. In particular, China is now advancing its regionalism on two fronts: westward across the Eurasian continent, and southward towards the . Books - Global Asia. IIAS runs a book publication programme in cooperation with Amsterdam University Press (AUP). IIAS currently publishes monographs and edited volumes in three series, namely Global Asia, Asian Cities, and Asian Heritages. Each series has its own editor and editorial board. If you are interested in publishing a book in one of.
Peter Beyer is professor of Religious Studies at the University of Ottawa in Ottawa, Canada. Major publications include Religion and Globalization (Sage, ), Religion in the Process of Globalization (ed., Ergon, ), and Religions in Global Society (Routledge, ). Lori Beaman is the Canada Research Chair in the Contextualization of Religion in a Diverse Canada and . Regionalism, particularly in the form of ‘new regionalism’, has been linked to globalisation in a number of ways. These include the following: • Regional economic blocs have tended to be formed in part because of the impact of globalisation on the economic independence of states.
Book Description: This book explores the phenomenon of regionalism. In a seeming contradiction to globalization, there is a growing tendency for countries to enter into regional arrangements as a response to the pressures of operating in a global marketplace. Dynamics of Regionalism and Globalism they interact. I will do this in three steps: (1) critique the concept of globalization; (2) introduce the contrast between the logic of territorialisation and the logic of a space of flows – or, as some put it, flow-space; and (3) consider the nature of regionalism in the light of the first two steps.
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Books shelved as regionalism: Regionalism and Globalization in East Asia: Politics, Security and Economic Development by Mark Beeson, A World of Regions.
Home / Book / Religions, Regionalism, and Globalization in Asia. Religions, Regionalism, and Globalization in Asia. Ateneo Center for Asian Studies. Paperback: $ ISBN Published: December Add To Wishlist. The ritual attractions of religions, their sense of gods and monsters, their compelling ethos in.
With the theme "Religions, Regionalism, and Globalization in Asia," the conference papers discussed the various dimensions of Asian religions as these affect the political, economic, cultural, social, environmental and ecological fabric of Asian life_The selected papers constitute the different perspectives from which the ideas of.
This book provides an introduction to, and an analysis of, ‘East Asia’ – a region that will exert a profound influence on the course of global history in the twenty-first century.
Globalism and Regionalism Selected Papers Delivered at the United Nations University Global Seminar '96 Shonan Session, SeptemberHayama, Japan Edited by Toshiro Tanaka and Takashi Inoguchi. CONTENTS Preface Toshiro Tanaka and Takashi Inoguchi. Globalization, the New Regionalism and East Asia Björn Hettne.
promotion of regionalism in Southeast Asia, alongside concerns regarding intra-regional - predators and internal communist insurgencies. Given the great uncertainty surrounding the behavior of the USSR and China in the aftermath of the Second World War, the US took a first step to promote regionalism in Southeast Size: KB.
The question is no longer whether Asia will be central to the 21st century economy, but rather how it will exercise its prominent role and how its dependence on the rest of the world has decreased.
Regionalism is a relatively new aspect of Asia’s rise.1 Asia’s economies are increasingly connected through trade, financialFile Size: KB. Religions, Regionalism, and Globalization in Asia The ritual attractions of religions, their sense of gods and monsters, their compelling ethos in recognizing what is good and commanding quest to live it, and their age-old narratives about how the world came to be and the doomsday event for which we must be constantly ready are in no way inert.
A staple for scholars studying regionalism in East Asia, Beeson's book is both accessible and helpful for scholars needing background literature for East Asian regionalism.
The book is well organized and thoughtfully addresses the salient issues in this topic area/5. Background: The study of religion and globalization This chapter’s approach to religion and globalization starts with an understanding of how the exercise of authority varies in religious contexts and with a ﬁrm grasp of the interplay of the erudite and institutional, and the popular, in religious life.
It views religion. This book analyzes the variety of ways through which Japanese religions (Buddhism, Shintō, and new religious movements) contribute to the dynamics of accelerated globalization in recent decades. It looks at how Japanese religions provide material to cultural global flows, thus acting as carriers of globalization, and how they respond to these.
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Click Download or Read Online button to get globalization in southeast asia book now. This site is like a library, Use. This pattern of regionalism is labeled as ‘non-affective regionalism’.
The Effects of International Economic and Domestic Variables. Table 2 shows that regardless of any ‘patterns’ of regionalism discussed above, globalization was found to have strong and positive effects on economic development across all fourteen regionalisms.
BIS Simulation – Globalization of Religion 3 Introduction This simulation will focus on the globalization of religion. Religions have crossed many boundaries, having been spread by immigrants, refugees, aggressors, or by the founders of this country. Ultimately, cultural differences have changed religious beliefs and traditions withinFile Size: KB.
To understand regionalism, we need to know various dimensions of the region. Region as a geographical unit, is delimited form each other.
Region as a social system, reflects the relation between different human beings and groups. Regions are an organised cooperation in cultural, economic, political or military fields. Religious Regionalism in South East Asia. Regionalism is the tendency of certain populations, territories and peoples to put up prejudices and ethno-political divides that become a barrier towards creating working relationships for the development of the larger society.
as the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), the East Asia Summit, or bilateral preferential trade agreements (PTAs) in order to cooperate with each other on various issues. Few scholars oppose the idea that both regionalization and regionalism in East Asia have been developing since the Asian financial crisis of File Size: KB.
The Information Age and the Globalization of Religion. the leader of an Indian religious movement which became widely popular in Japan after it was introduced in a book authored by a young Japanese scientist.
In short, the key to religious success frequently lies less in the quality of one's credentials as a religious professional than in. In Asia, Japan's rallying to the regional cause has sparked wider moves towards Asian regionalism. In the aftermath of the failure to launch a new round of WTO talks in Seattle in lateJapan announced that it too was going regional — and it has since concluded a bilateral deal with Singapore.
In international relations, regionalism is the expression of a common sense of identity and purpose combined with the creation and implementation of institutions that express a particular identity and shape collective action within a geographical region. Regionalism is one of the three constituents of the international commercial system (along with multilateralism and unilateralism).A reviewer of the book by Dani Rodrik, a professor of International Political Economy at Harvard, Has Globalization Gone Too Far?
(AprilISBN ), has written "Globalization is exposing social fissures between those with education, skills, and mobility to flourish in an unfettered world market -- the apparent 'winners' and those.Since its birth in India about 2, years ago, Buddhism has spread throughout the globe.
As Buddhism reached new areas, its followers developed their own regional identities and understandings of Buddhist geography. South Asia, and specifically the sites associated with the historical Buddha’s life, remained a conceptual center for many Buddhists, but the near Author: Megan Bryson.