Scholars from eight countries describe in this interdisciplinary and internationally oriented book trends in 'Democratization, Europeanization, and Globalization.' The subjects covered include authoritarianism, political socialization and education as well as communications, youth, and social policy matters. Political system level developments are described in Poland, Russia, Germany, Israel, and Palestine. Childhood and youth policies issues include cultural genocide in Australia, democratic childrearing, and children's rights. Tolerance building, multiple identity formation, and electronic media are aspects of political socialization and education. Authoritarianism impacts education, voting patterns, and the new anti-Semitism. Topics under Europeanization include website use, press reporting, national versus European identity, US-EU relations, and framing the Euro.