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Moving toward Theory for the 21st Century: The Centrality of ... Moving toward Theory for the 21st Century: The Centrality of Nonwestern Semiperipheries to World Ethnic/Racial Inequality While there has been much attention to the economic, political, and transformative potential of the semiperiphery, scholars have failed to
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20 Dec 2013 Jan Nederveen Pieterse. Publication Year: 2010. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781446279083. Subject: Politics of the Developing World,