Globalization and Its Terrors: Daily Life in the West

  title={Globalization and Its Terrors: Daily Life in the West},
  author={Victor Roudometof},
  journal={Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews},
  pages={333 - 334}
  • Victor Roudometof
  • Published 1 May 2004
  • History
  • Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews
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