Ulrich Beck 's Theory Of Interdisciplinary Reflexive Modernization
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Beck 's theory of interdisciplinary reflexive modernization works from the basic idea that the rise of the modern industrial age produces side effects across the globe that drive the issues and actions of nation-states. (Wikipedia) Beck is concerned with how social and political thought and action can be better adjusted to address current and on going radical global changes such as environmental destruction, global warming, as well as financial, democracy and nation state crises. (CMS)He proposes that radical modernity is undermining nation states and families via globalization, yet all contemporary thinking is the result of methodological nationalism.
Beck 's teaching concentrates on modernization…