China's Role in a Shared Human Future: Towards Theory for Global Leadership (Globalization of Chinese Social Sciences) por Martin Albrow

China's Role in a Shared Human Future: Towards Theory for Global Leadership (Globalization of Chinese Social Sciences) por Martin Albrow

Titulo del libro: China's Role in a Shared Human Future: Towards Theory for Global Leadership (Globalization of Chinese Social Sciences)

Autor: Martin Albrow

Número de páginas: 218 páginas

Fecha de lanzamiento: April 9, 2018

ISBN: 1910334340

Editor: Global China Press

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Páginas: 218 Géneros: 12:JP:Politics & government 12:JF:Society & culture: general 12:JFFS:Globalization Sinopsis: This book is about China ,s role in the world to come and includes the author ,s recent explorations of China ,s readiness to assume a global leadership role. The book effectively links the study of Max Weber, an important Western theorist during the global transformation of the nineteenth to twentieth centuries, with the study of Xi Jinping',s thinking during the global transformation from the twentieth to the twenty-first century. According to the author, on the one hand, Western classical theory can still provide the core ideas for rethinking today',s global cooperation. On the other hand, Xi Jinping',s &lsquo,The Belt and Road , initiative, though only a very recent attempt to show how China as a new player in the world can help to heal its divisions, has as its foundation Xi ,s thinking on the governance of China, which has demonstrated that the initiative will serve as a means to promote global peace and cooperation rather than strengthen great power rivalries. The author believes that we can shape global ethics in the process of rediscovering the deep roots of common civilized values that will underpin the global cooperative recovery. This book will be translated and available in Chinese. It is expected it will help a wider readership from China and other countries and regions to understand China and how it can contribute to the shared human future.Professor Martin Albrow is one of the foremost sociologists in the English-speaking world and one of the greatest experts on globalization, perhaps the most significant driving force of our times. , In his pioneering work The Global Age (1996), written when the term &ldquo,globalization&rdquo, itself was quite new, he set out the main dimensions of the profound changes that had begun to transform world society. In its most fundamental meaning,