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The global inside the national A research agenda for sociology

@inproceedings{Sassen2010TheGI,
  title={The global inside the national A research agenda for sociology},
  author={S. Sassen},
  year={2010}
}
This article expands the analytic terrain within which to understand the global in ways that allow us to use sociological methods, concepts and data even when these were not designed to address the global. It examines three types of instances where the national is one of the terrains for the global. One is the endogenizing or the localizing of global dynamics inside the national. A second consists of formations which although global are articulated with particular actors, cultures, or projects… Expand
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