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Theories of international relations

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posted on 2001-01-01, 00:00 authored by Scott BurchillScott Burchill, R Devetak, A Linklater, M Paterson, C Reus-Smit, J True
The substantially revised second edition of this widely-used text provides a broad-ranging introduction to the main theoretical approaches to the study of International Relations. The introduction focuses on the nature of theory in the study of global politics and the discipline's internal debates. The following nine substantially revised and updated chapters, including an entirely new one on Constructivism, provide thorough examinations of each of the major traditional and more recent approaches currently prevailing in the discipline.

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Pagination

1 - 322

Publisher

Palgrave

Place of publication

Basingstoke, England

ISBN-13

9780333914175

ISBN-10

0333914171

Edition

2nd

Language

eng

Notes

Contents: 1. Introduction / Scott Burchill -- 2. Liberalism / Scott Burchill -- 3. Realism and neo-realism / Scott Burchill -- 4. Rationalism / Andrew Linklater -- 5. Marxism / Andrew Linklater -- 6. Critical theory / Richard Devetak -- 7. Postmodernism / Richard Devetak -- 8. Constructivism / Christian Reus-Smit -- 8. Feminism / Jacqui True -- 10. Green politics / Matthew Paterson.

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A3 Revision/new edition

Copyright notice

2001, Palgrave

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