Sergei Udovik

publisher, writer, journalist, photographer, analyst

Globalization

Author: Sergei Udovik
Language of publication: Russian
The number of pages: 480
Binding: hardback
Format: 84/108⅓2
Year of publication: 2002
Publisher: Publishing house “Vakler”, Publishing house "Refl-book"
ISBN: 966-543-048-3
Type of publication: -

CONTENT

Introduction

PART I. CIVILIZATIONS

1. Conception of civilization

1.1. Definition of civilization

1.2. Role of civilizations in the global world

2. European civilization

2.1. Emergence of Christian civilization. Division in to the Western-European and Orthodox-Christian civilization

2.2. Concepts of time

2.3. Masculine and feminine dominants of consciousness. Oedipus complex

2.4. Cult of the dead

2.5. Spiritual-energetic principles

3. Formation of new-European subcivilization

3.1. Phenomenon of new-European subcivilization

3.2. Development and specificity of cities

3.3. Universities. Emergence of intellectual elite

3.4. Ravage of peasantry and repression of popular culture

3.5. Role of the religious factor. Credo and Reformation

3.6. Semiotic diversity of Western Europe

3.7. Spirit of revalry. Myth of the Hero. Flexibility and striving for modern

3.8. Financial and industrial revolution in England

3.9. Development of military forces

4. Eastern-Orthodox subcivilization

4.1. Emegrence of Orthdox-Russian subcivilization

4.2. Fall of Kievska Rus

4.3. Economic statement of Russia

4.4. Distinctions between Russia and Western Europe

4.5. Social system of Russian state

5. Western-Orthodox subcivilization

5.1. Fundamental parameters of European civilization

5.2. Great Lithuanian Principolity

5.3. Rzecz pospolita

5.4. Emergence of Ukraine

       Hetmanate. Development of Ukraine

5.5. Ukrainian National Republic

6. Comparison of European subcivilization

6.1. Models of development and subcivilizations of Western-European civilization

6.2. Anglo-Saxonian (oceanic) subcivilization

6.3. Western-European Continental subcivilization

6.4. Eastern-European subcivilization

6.5. Comparative analysis of Christian sybcivilizations

6.6. Geopolitical duality: Land vs. Sea

6.7. Model X and Y

6.8. Model Z

6.9. Specific features of different civilizations

PART II. GLOBALIZATION

 Introduction

7. Globalization — a myth

7.1. Transnational company

7.2. High-tech production 216

7.3. Financial globalization

       Financial markets of third world countries. The August crisis of 1998 in Russia. Financial markets of developed countries. Globalization of the USA Dollar. Currency speculations.

7.4. Global flight from taxes

7.5. Standartization and unification

7.6. Globalization of English language

7.7. Electronic control and espionage

7.8. Manipulation with consciousness, high-hume production

7.9. Globalization of military presence. NATO. Informational war

8. Globalization of the modernism crisis

8.1. Social modernization

8.2. Global crisis of modernism. Revolt of the masses

8.3. Amplification of social inequality

8.4. Global labor market

8.5. Globalization of ecological problems

8.6. Globalization of crime

8.7. Systemic crisis in developed countries

8.8. Antiglobalism

9. War of Civilizations

9.1. Strengthening of opposition between West and other civilizations

9.2. Fundamentalism. Radical movements

9.3. Globalization of terrorism

9.4. September 11 of 2001. America under attack

9.5. War of Civilizations

10. Globalization — a reality. Law of synarchy

10.1. Postmodernism and poststructuralism

10.2. Conception of globalization

10.3. Crisis of postmodernism

10.4. Psychoanalytical structure of different civilizations. Archetype

10.5. Heart of the globalization

10.6. Law of synarchy

10.7. Synergy

10.8. Planetarization of consciousness

11. Geopolitics

11.1. Change of the functions of state

11.2. Dynamics of civilization development

11.3. Christian civilization

11.4. Ways of the Russia's assertion as significant regional leader

12. Building a new global community

12.1. Crisis of international organizations

12.2. Principle for creation of new architecture of global community

12.3. Parameters of order in global community

12.4. Architecture of global community. International organizations in the future

         General Bibliography

 

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