Globalization: A Reader for Writers (PDF) is a thought-provoking collection of writings that encourages students to examine the impact of globalization on their lives and the world as a whole. The contributors to this reader, including writers, scholars, artists, journalists, and activists, go beyond treating globalization as a simple theme and instead challenge readers to define it for themselves. By presenting personal and local articles while also engaging a global audience, this reader offers a more open and flexible perspective compared to the traditional “West and the Rest” narrative.
Designed specifically for freshman composition courses, Globalization: A Reader for Writers features a diverse range of public, academic, and scientific readings. By providing students with the necessary rhetorical knowledge and composition skills, this reader enables them to participate effectively in academic discussions about globalization.
Globalization: A Reader for Writers is part of a series of compact readers from Oxford University Press, tailored for college writing courses. Each reader in this series explores a contemporary topic from multiple perspectives, encouraging critical thinking and debate.
ISBNs: 978-0199947522, 978-0199390366
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