Globalization and Inequalities: Complexity and Contested Modernities


Sylvia Walby

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    I have been helped by many people in the process of writing this book and I have also been engaged, inspired, debated, intrigued, and questioned. This has involved individuals, groups and networks, in the contexts of colleagues, research projects, research students, visits, seminars, and conferences. It could not have been produced outside of an inspirational challenging supportive intellectual environment, in the UK, Ireland, Sweden, the USA, the EU, and beyond. People have introduced me to their networks and shared them with me; as well as looking after me, engaging, and disagreeing. Many have commented on sections of the book, even if they did not know that this was to be the final location of their opinion, and some have read it all. This myriad of intellectual, competing, and cooperative networks and epistemic communities has been the essential environment for producing this book. I have no funders to thank here.

    I would, however, like to thank a great many individuals: Joan Acker, Jo Armstrong, Paul Bagguley, Ulla Björnberg, Lisa Brush, Chris Chase-Dunn, Erika Cudworth, Eileen Drew, Susan Durbin, Ruth Emerek, Myra Marx Ferree, Heidi Gottfried, Karin Gottschall, June Greenwell, Elena Haavio-Manila, Gun Hedlund, Bob Jessop, Anna Jónasdóttir, Danielle Juteau, Liz Kelly, Judith Lorber, Joni Lovenduski, Val Moghadam, Makiko Nishikawa, Pat O'Connor, Mari Osawa, Sue Penna, Diane Perrons, Karen Phillips, Andrew Sayer, Karen Shire, Clare Short, Judith Squires, Sofia Strid, Jenny Tomlinson, John Urry, Janet Veitch, Mieke Verloo, and Linda Woodhead.

    I would also like to thank my various networks: Lancaster University Sociology Department, Lancaster Complexity Network, GLOW (Gender, Globalisation and Work Transformation Network), QUING (comparing gender equality in the EU), the European Sociological Association, and the International Sociological Association Research Committee on Economy and Society.

    Of course I take sole responsibility for the book's contents and any flaws.

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