Beyond the Crisis of the Globalized “World System”: the Need For a New Civil Society

World Futures 68 (4-5):332 - 351 (2012)
In my view, we need a sociological analysis to show how the crisis stemmed from a certain set-up of the so-called global society. Such a set-up is the product of a long historical development, which goes beyond the financial crisis? outbreak in 2008. The question I ask is the following: from a sociological standpoint, why did this crisis break out? And what remedies can be put in place? The measures adopted these days cannot solve the crisis, but, for a number of reasons, they can at most provide temporary stoppers and remedies
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DOI 10.1080/02604027.2012.679574
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