Iva Katzarska-Miller is associate professor of psychology at Transylvania University.
Stephen Reysen is associate professor of psychology at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
Chapter 1: Global Citizen History, Definitions, and Types
Chapter 2: Superordinate Identities and Global Orientations
Chapter 3: Lay Perceptions of Global Citizenship
Chapter 4: A Model of Antecedents and Outcomes of Global Citizenship Identification
Chapter 5: Predictors of the Global Citizenship Identification Model
Chapter 6: Global Citizenship in Education
Chapter 7: Global Citizenship in Business
Reysen and Katzarska-Miller capture in this volume the essence of the emerging superordinate identity of global citizenship, and articulate the conceptual and empirical challenge it entails. They expertly and clearly integrate in a theoretical framework the growing literature on the subject from various disciplinary perspectives such as psychology, business, education, and political science. This volume is a timely and groundbreaking work for a world trying to deal with challenges of increasing globalization and interdependence. It will spur further research and refinement of theory with practical implications in areas such a sustainable behavior, economics, marketing, social responsibility, identity development and politics. Must read for current and aspiring social and behavior scientists around the globe.