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Globalization, culture and inequality in Asia / edited by Timothy J Scrase, Todd Joseph Miles Holden and Scott Baum
Bib ID 1119897
Format BookBook
Edition English ed. 
Description Rosanna, Vic. : Trans Pacific Press, 2003 
xvi, 370 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 1876843888
1876843942
Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 299-348.

Subjects Globalization - Economic aspects - Asia.  |  Globalization - Social aspects - Asia.
Other authors/contributors Baum, Scott  |  Scrase, Timothy J  |  Holden, Todd Joseph Miles

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