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Rethinking International Relations Theory (Rethinking World Politics): Griffiths, Martin/ Cox, Michael (FRW): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
Rethinking International Relations Theory (Rethinking World Politics)
Rethinking International Relations Theory (Rethinking World Politics)
出版社 : Palgrave Macmillan
出版日期 : 2011/03
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780230217799

BookWeb價格 : A$ 83.21
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庫存資料 : 暫時缺貨。
語言 : English

Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A43120000
Place of Publication: Great Britain
Academic Level: Undergraduate

International Relations (IR) theory has seen a proliferation of competing, and increasingly trenchant, worldviews with no consensus on how to evaluate their relative strengths and weakness. This innovative new text provides an original interpretation of how best to navigate the clash of perspectives in contemporary IR theory. The book provides a systematic overview of the main worldviews - such as realism, liberalism, and constructivism - and their associated theoretical underpinnings. Placing liberal internationalism at the heart of the debate, it argues that the main division in IR theory is between liberal internationalism and its critics. Griffiths examines both the strengths and weaknesses of liberal internationalism as a worldview, and also explores the competing worldviews that have been generated by the perceived flaws of this perspective. Examination of crucial policy issues is incorporated throughout the text, restoring the relevance of theory for those who wish to understand those policy issues. Moreover, this book revitalises the raison d'etre of contemporary IR theory and shows the role it can play in making sense of the twenty-first century.

IntroductionInternationalism and IR Theory Democratization: Republican Liberalism versus Commercial Liberalism Self-Determination: Republican Liberalism versus Regulatory Liberalism International Organization: Commercial Liberalism versus Regulatory Liberalism The Conservative Critique: Realism The Radical Critique: Critical Theory and Cosmopolitanism Middling, Meddling, Muddling? Three Via Medias ConclusionsE.Yin The Study of Fit in International Business Research: Methodological and Substantive Issues: M.B.Myers& D.A.Griffith