Readership: Final year undergraduate and postgraduate students
taking a module in international relations theories.
The second edition of this cutting edge textbook provides a highly
comprehensive introduction to international relations theories.
Through the presentation of a diverse selection of theoretical
viewpoints, the text positions theory as being central to
explaining the dynamics of world politics.
Ausstattung/Bilder: 2nd ed. 2009. 400 p. w. 50 col. line ill.
Abmessung: 248mm x 189mm x 25mm
"One of the best collections of essays on international relations theory currently available. Strongly recommended." Michael N. Barnett, University of Minnesota, USA
Steve Smith has two degrees in management and psychology. He has been a human resources manager inside a Fortune 500 company, an entrepreneur starting his own consulting firm, and led development of FranklinCovey's The 4 Roles of Leadership. Smith is an entrepreneurial thinker and works with clients like Nike, Hard Rock Cafe, and the U.S. Air Force.
Introduction: Diversity and Disciplinarity in Internation al Relations Theory 1. International Relations and Social Science 2. Normative IR Theory (NEW) 3. Classical Realism 4. Structural Realism 5. Liberalism 6. Neoliberalism 7. The English School 8. Marxism and Critical Theory 9. Constructivism 10. Feminism 11. Poststructuralism 12. Postcolonialism 13. Green Theory 14. International Relations Theory and Globalization 15. Still a Discipline After All These Debates?