Parution de ’Globalizing Issues. How Claims, Frames, and Problems Cross Borders"

avec les contributions de Jérémie NOLLET (LaSSP) & Matthieu ANSALONI (LaSSP)

Jérémie Nollet
Field Theory and the Foundations of Agenda Setting and Social Constructionism Models : Explaining Media Influence on French Mad Cow Disease Policy.’
Pages 95-114.

Matthieu Ansaloni
‘From the National to the European and Back : A Structural Reading of the Circulation of a Policy Frame Across Borders’
Pages 255-276.


Globalizing Issues : How Claims, Frames, and Problems Cross Borders,

Neveu, Erik, Surdez, Muriel (Eds.), Palgrave Macmillan, 2020,

This book is an invitation to question conventional and often misleading visions of globalization. No problem is global by nature : issues are transformed by the action of claims-makers to become ‘problems’ debated in supra-national forums, triggering policy choices and policy transformations. Contributions highlight how health issues, environmental issues and/or political issues are framed as global by a set of stakeholders (scientific experts, bureaucrats, political parties or actors, social movements, social networks, firms). As the volume maps the social logic behind the globalization of problems, it also presents an opportunity for the very cross-disciplinary collaboration it calls for : researchers mobilizing the “agenda-setting” paradigm of issue globalization and those working within the “social constructionist” model are both represented here, providing a unique opportunity to examine the dynamics of globalization from the perspectives of (political, media, economic) sociology, international relations, social movement studies, and beyond.

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Globalizing Issues: How Claims, Frames, and Problems Cross Borders Palgrave Macmillan 2020 ISBN 978-3-030-52044-1