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Theories of international relations : contending approaches to world politics, Stephanie Lawson

Label
Theories of international relations : contending approaches to world politics
Title
Theories of international relations
Title remainder
contending approaches to world politics
Statement of responsibility
Stephanie Lawson
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NhCcYBP
Dewey number
327.101
Index
no index present
LC call number
JZ1242
LC item number
.L4 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Label
Theories of international relations : contending approaches to world politics, Stephanie Lawson
Link
http://www.byu.eblib.com/EBLWeb/patron/?target=patron&extendedid=P_1956448_0
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Publication
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Preface and Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction: Theorizing International Relations; Theory, Norms and Methods; Epistemology and Ontology; Power and Interests; The Purpose and Scope of International Relations; The Emergence of IR Theory; The Rise of States; Modernity and the Sovereign/National State; Conclusion; 2 Classical Realism; Thucydides and Machiavelli; Religious Thought and the State of Nature; Hobbes, Spinoza and Rousseau; Clausewitz and Weber; Carr and Aron; Niebuhr, Morgenthau and Herz; Conclusion; 3 Other Realisms and the Scientific Turn
  • Kenneth Waltz and the Foundations of NeorealismJohn Mearsheimer and Offensive Realism; Neoclassical Realism; Positivism and 'Scientific' IR; Critical Realism; Conclusion; 4 The Foundations of Liberal Thought; The Origins of Liberal Thought; The Rise of Liberal Political Economy; Liberalism and Evolutionary Theory; From Natural Law to International Law; The Quest for Perpetual Peace; Liberalism and International Politics in Nineteenth- Century Europe; Conclusion; 5 Liberal International Theory; Liberalism and the Rise of International Institutions
  • Human Rights, Self-Determination and Humanitarian InterventionNeoliberalism in the Postwar Period; Liberal Political Economy from Keynesianism to Neoliberalism; 'The End of History', the Democratic Peace and Soft Power; Conclusion; 6 Marxism, Critical Theory and World-Systems Theory; Marx and the Emergence of Marxism; From Marxism to Leninism and Maoism; Gramscian Critical Theory; Frankfurt School Critical Theory; World-Systems Theory; Historical Sociology; Conclusion; 7 Social Theories of International Relations; Social Theory; The Social Construction of Reality; The English School
  • Constructivist IRThe Postmodern/Poststructuralist Turn; Conclusion; 8 Feminism and Gender Theory; Feminism(s) in Historical Perspective; From Feminism to Gender Theory; Feminism and Gender in IR; Gender, Global Political Economy and Representation; Gender and War; Conclusion; 9 Postcolonialism, Culture and Normative Theory; Colonialism and Postcolonialism; Orientalism and Subaltern Studies; From Négritude to Afrocentrism; Pan-Asianism as Postcolonial Discourse; Culture, Normative Theory and the Communitarian/Cosmopolitan Divide; Postcolonial IR; Conclusion; 10 Green Theory
  • The Emergence of EnvironmentalismGreen Political Theory; Ecologism and the Green Theory of Value; Deep Ecology, Bioregionalism and Biocentrism; Eco-Authoritarianism and Eco-Anarchism; The Greening of IR; Conclusion; 11 Conclusion; References; Index; End User License Agreement
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780745695136
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Theories of international relations : contending approaches to world politics, Stephanie Lawson
Link
http://www.byu.eblib.com/EBLWeb/patron/?target=patron&extendedid=P_1956448_0
Publication
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Preface and Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction: Theorizing International Relations; Theory, Norms and Methods; Epistemology and Ontology; Power and Interests; The Purpose and Scope of International Relations; The Emergence of IR Theory; The Rise of States; Modernity and the Sovereign/National State; Conclusion; 2 Classical Realism; Thucydides and Machiavelli; Religious Thought and the State of Nature; Hobbes, Spinoza and Rousseau; Clausewitz and Weber; Carr and Aron; Niebuhr, Morgenthau and Herz; Conclusion; 3 Other Realisms and the Scientific Turn
  • Kenneth Waltz and the Foundations of NeorealismJohn Mearsheimer and Offensive Realism; Neoclassical Realism; Positivism and 'Scientific' IR; Critical Realism; Conclusion; 4 The Foundations of Liberal Thought; The Origins of Liberal Thought; The Rise of Liberal Political Economy; Liberalism and Evolutionary Theory; From Natural Law to International Law; The Quest for Perpetual Peace; Liberalism and International Politics in Nineteenth- Century Europe; Conclusion; 5 Liberal International Theory; Liberalism and the Rise of International Institutions
  • Human Rights, Self-Determination and Humanitarian InterventionNeoliberalism in the Postwar Period; Liberal Political Economy from Keynesianism to Neoliberalism; 'The End of History', the Democratic Peace and Soft Power; Conclusion; 6 Marxism, Critical Theory and World-Systems Theory; Marx and the Emergence of Marxism; From Marxism to Leninism and Maoism; Gramscian Critical Theory; Frankfurt School Critical Theory; World-Systems Theory; Historical Sociology; Conclusion; 7 Social Theories of International Relations; Social Theory; The Social Construction of Reality; The English School
  • Constructivist IRThe Postmodern/Poststructuralist Turn; Conclusion; 8 Feminism and Gender Theory; Feminism(s) in Historical Perspective; From Feminism to Gender Theory; Feminism and Gender in IR; Gender, Global Political Economy and Representation; Gender and War; Conclusion; 9 Postcolonialism, Culture and Normative Theory; Colonialism and Postcolonialism; Orientalism and Subaltern Studies; From Négritude to Afrocentrism; Pan-Asianism as Postcolonial Discourse; Culture, Normative Theory and the Communitarian/Cosmopolitan Divide; Postcolonial IR; Conclusion; 10 Green Theory
  • The Emergence of EnvironmentalismGreen Political Theory; Ecologism and the Green Theory of Value; Deep Ecology, Bioregionalism and Biocentrism; Eco-Authoritarianism and Eco-Anarchism; The Greening of IR; Conclusion; 11 Conclusion; References; Index; End User License Agreement
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780745695136
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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