Seeks to provide critical reflections on George Ritzer's globalization analysis.
Draws on a critical reading of Ritzer's work, in particular, his most recent book The Globalization of Nothing.
Highlights Ritzer's neglect of the dialectic of production and consumption, a dialectic that the author views as central to globalization.
The contributions and limitations of Ritzer's book are identified and discussed.
Kellner, D. (2005), "Dialectics of something and nothing: critical reflections on Ritzer's globalization analysis", critical perspectives on international business, Vol. 1 No. 4, pp. 263-272. https://doi.org/10.1108/17422040510629737Download as .RIS
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