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地球社会研究専攻 地球社会研究 4841 A 夏 水曜日3時限  水曜日4時限 2単位

Topics in Global Studies ⅡA

担当教員:Steven Witt
【教授言語】

英語

【学部・学年の指定】

学部3,4年生、大学院生

【授業科目の目的と概要】

The unit of analysis of the seminar is the world’s population, which has grown to seven billion today. It is projected to reach nine to ten billion by 2050. From this global perspective, this interdisciplinary and inter-professional seminar debates two contested propositions. First, there now exists a global society, defined by the increasing scope, depth, and accumulation of interdependencies of the world’s diverse peoples. Although people are divided by religion, culture, language, national, ethnic, and tribal loyalties as well as by race, gender, class, and status, they confront shared socio-economic, political, environmental, and moral challenges. Problems of central human concern — war, sustainable economic development, environmental degradation, human rights, popular rule, etc. — must now be navigated at local, state, regional, and transnational levels.
Through this seminar, students will have the opportunity to discuss and debate the properties of the global society, aspects of globalization, and the ability of humans to collectively govern and resolve shared problems on a worldwide scale.

【授業の内容・計画】

Week 1 - Introduction: Principals on the History of Globalization and its Principal Driving Forces
Period 3: Lecture
Period 4: Documentary – Class discussion

Week 2 – Competing Conceptions of Globalization
Period 3: Lecture - Discussion
Period 4: Group activity – Class discussion

Week 3 – The Rise of the Global Society and its Properties
Period 3: Lecture - Discussion
Period 4: Documentary

Week 4 – Contesting Paradigms of Global Governance
Period 3: Lecture
Period 4: Group activity – Class discussion

Week 5 – The State and Both the Solution and Problem to Global Order
Period 3: Lecture
Period 4: Lecture - Class discussion

Week 6 – Collective Problems: Arms Control
Period 3: Lecture
Period 4: Documentary

Week 7 – Collective Problems: Environmental Sustainability
Period 3: Lecture – Discussion
Period 4: Lecture – Discussion - Conclusions

【テキスト・文献】

Week 1 - Introduction: Principals on the History of Globalization and its Principal Driving Forces
*Robertson, R. (2018). Historical Antecedents of the Field. The Oxford Handbook of Global Studies, 37.

*Kolodziej, Edward, p. 1-7.
McNeill, William H. 2010. “Long-Term Process or New Era in Human Affairs?” in Globalization: A Global Studies Reader, ed. Manfred B. Steger. Boulder: Paradigm, pp. 294-304.
Chandra, Nayan. 2007. Bound Together: How Traders, Preachers, Adventurers, and Warriors Shaped Globalization. New Haven: Yale University Press, pp. ix-xvi, 1-33.
Week 2 – Competing Conceptions of Globalization
*Talani, Leila Simona. (2018). “What is Globalization?” in The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary International Political Economy. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
Kaplinsky, Raphael. 2005. Globalization, Poverty, and Inequality. Cambridge, UK: Polity. pp. 8-25.
Iriye, Akira, 2002. Global community the role of international organizations in the making of the contemporary world. University of California Press, Berkeley. pp. 9 – 36.
Sassen, Saskia. 2007. A Sociology of Globalization. New York: W. W. Norton, pp. 3-44.
Lewellen, Ted. 2002. The Anthropology of Globalization. London: Bergin and Garvey, pp. 29-60.
Week 3 – The Rise of the Global Society
*Kolodziej, Edward. 2016. “Properties of the Global Society” in Governing Globalization: Challenges for Democracy and Global Society. New York: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 27-68;
Appadurai, A., 1996. Modernity at large: cultural dimensions of globalizationUniversity of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Minn., pp. 27 – 65.
Beck, U. 1992. Risk society: towards a new modernity, Theory, culture & society; Theory, culture & society. Sage Publications, London. pp. 19 - 84
Castells, M., 2008. The new public sphere: Global civil society, communication networks, and global governance. The Annalsal of the American academy of Political and Social Science, 616(1)
Kaldor, Mary. 2010. “Five Meanings of Global Civil Society.” In Globalization: A Global Studies Reader, edited by M. B. Steger. Boulder: Paradigm, pp. 153-163.
Rosenau, James 1992. “Citizenship in a Changing Global World,” in Governance without Government: Order and Change in World Politics. James Rosenau and Ernst-Otto Czempiel, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 272-294.
Week 4 – Contesting Paradigms of Global Governance
*Avant, Deborah D., Martha Finnemore, and Susan K. Sell, ed. 2010. Who Governs the Globe? Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-31.
Sinclair T.J. (2019) Varieties of Global Governance. In: Shaw T., Mahrenbach L., Modi R., Yi-chong X. (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary International Political Economy. Palgrave Handbooks in IPE. Palgrave Macmillan, London
Keohane, Robert O. 2002. “Governance in a Globalizing World,” Power and Governance in a Partially Globalized World. New York: Routledge, pp. 193-218.
Week 5 – The State and Both the Solution and Problem to Global Order
*Kolodziej, Edward. (2016). “The Global State and Its Rivals.” P. 111-152.
*Kolodziej, Edward. (2016). Governing Globalization: Democracies at Risk, global-e. https://www.21global.ucsb.edu/global-e/november-2016/governing-globalization-democracies-risk
Week 6 – Collective Problems of the Global Society: Nuclear Proliferation
*Ifft, Edward (2019) The Joint Enterprise: Towards a World Without Nuclear Weapons, Survival, 61:1, 115-140, DOI: 10.1080/00396338.2019.1568046
*Allison, G. (2010). Nuclear disorder: surveying atomic threats. Foreign Affairs, 74-85.
Mergenthaler, S. (2015). Controlling nuclear proliferation. In Managing Global Challenges (pp. 117-141). Springer VS, Wiesbaden.
Week 7 – Collective Problems of the Global Society: Global Environmental and Ecological Degradation
*Bertoldi, P., Kona, A., Rivas, S., & Dallemand, J. F. (2018). Towards a global comprehensive and transparent framework for cities and local governments enabling an effective contribution to the Paris climate agreement. Current opinion in environmental sustainability, 30, 67-74.

*Philip J. Vergragt, Halina S. Brown, Edward Sanders, John D. Peine & James Gustave Speth (2008) James Gustave Speth, The Bridge at the Edge of the World: Capitalism, the Environment, and Crossing from Crisis to Sustainability, Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy, 4:2, 38-45, DOI: 10.1080/15487733.2008.11908022

Vogler, J. (2018). Energy, Climate Change, and Global Governance. The Oxford Handbook of Energy and Society, 15.

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