Chapter 8: Cosmopolitanism and freedom? Lessons of global economic crisis
Recent sociological theories (Beck 2006; Urry 2007; Kendall, Woodward and Skrbis 2009) put forward a cosmopolitan vision, in which increasingly mobile people develop a global consciousness and move freely across borders to use their skills wherever the rewards are highest.
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