George Ritzer: Globalization
It seems that you are looking for a book titled Globalization: A Basic Text by George Ritzer, who is a distinguished professor of sociology at the University of Maryland and a leading scholar of globalization, consumerism, and social theory. This book was published in 2009 by Wiley-Blackwell1. It is a comprehensive and accessible introduction to key concepts and topics in globalization, such as imperialism, colonialism, development, westernization, americanization, neo-liberalism, global political and economic structures and processes, global culture and cultural flows, high-tech global flows and structures, global flows of people and environmental issues, negative global flows and processes, and global inequalities1. The book uses clear and helpful metaphors, such as liquids, flows, and structures, to explain the complex nature of globalization engagingly and understandably. The book also includes a glossary, a reader’s guide, and extensive biographical coverage of major theorists1.
The book is intended for advanced undergraduates studying globalization across sociology, political science, geography, anthropology, and economics. It is also suitable for anyone who wants to learn more about the origins, diversity, and relevance of globalization. The book examines the global landscape of all the key theories and the theorists behind them, presenting them in the context needed to understand their strengths and weaknesses1.