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More recently, given myriad pressures on the territorial state from above and below, globalization is about a quest for an appropriate temporal and spatial scale for social organization. Inasmuch as globalization is not a single, but a complex of interconnected, processes with different vectors in various world regions, it is a multiscalar phenomenon (Jessop 1997, 1999; Mittelman 2000). And, as indicated, the pressures on it join structural forces, such as market dynamics or state-led regionalism, and agential elements, as in the activities of social movements.

1990: 95–6). In other words, if power is best understood as a flow that forms a vast multiplicity, then resistance itself is multiple – therefore, highly diffuse – and often localized. It is Foucault’s insight that resistance may be a flat, non-hierarchical network of power relations and that it creates a local knowledge to counter repressive power, a point that may be used, in conjunction with other frames, to illuminate Southeast Asia’s encounters with globalization. Southeast Asia To examine resistance to globalization, there is no substitute for a fine-grained analysis of specific world regions and subregions.

As scholars in international studies, perhaps we should reflect on this allegation about collectively self-referential work, for we spend an enormous amount of time engaging in intramural debates over concepts, often without paying sufficient attention to the phenomena themselves. Still, it would be wrong to gloss over Said’s insight that representations made manifest as knowledge are tied to the establishment, maintenance, and exercise of power. In international studies, probing Said’s 28 Knowledge point about reflexivity involves shifting explanatory levels above and below the state – a characteristic of globalization research.

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