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9780198803577

Introduction to International Relations 7e Theories and Approaches

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    9780198803577

  • ISBN10:

    0198803575

  • Edition: 7th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2019-02-15
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Summary

Offering unrivaled coverage of classical theories, contemporary approaches, and current issues, together with an exceptionally clear writing style, Introduction to International Relations, Seventh Edition, provides a genuinely accessible and engaging introduction to the subject.

With an emphasis on theoretical approaches and their application to the real world, the authors encourage readers to consider the strengths and weaknesses of the arguments presented, and the major points of contention between them. In this way, the text helps the reader to build a clear
understanding of how key debates in the discipline are connected with each other and with our perceptions of developments in the contemporary world.

In addition to helpful learning features within the book, the text is accompanied by online resources designed to help students to take their learning further. These include:

For students:
- Reinforce your understanding of each chapter's key themes with short case studies
- Test your understanding and revise for exams with review questions
- Explore different theoretical debates through a series of annotated web links to reliable content
- Test your knowledge of key terminology using the flashcard glossary

For registered lecturers:
- Encourage debate and critical thinking in class with seminar resources
- Download figures from the text for use in your own teaching materials

Author Biography


Robert Jackson is Professor of Political Science at the University of Boston.

Georg Sørensen is Professor of Political Science at the University of Aarhus.

Jørgen Møller is Professor of Political Science at the University of Aarhus.

Table of Contents


Part One: Studying IR
1: Why Study IR?
2: IR as an Academic Subject
Part Two: Classical Theories
3: Realism
4: Liberalism
5: International Society
6: International Political Economy: Classical Theories
Part Three: Contemporary Approaches and Debates
7: International Political Economy: Contemporary Debates
8: Social Constructivism
9: Post-positivism in IR
Part Four: Policy and Issues
10: Foreign Policy
11: Key Issues in Contemporary IR
Part One: Studying IR
1. Why Study IR?
2. IR as an Academic Subject
Part Two: Classical Theories
3. Realism
4. Liberalism
5. International Society
6. International Political Economy: Classical Theories
Part Three: Contemporary Approaches and Debates
7. International Political Economy: Contemporary Debates
8. Social Constructivism
9. Post-positivism in IR
Part Four: Policy and Issues
10. Foreign Policy
11. Key Issues in Contemporary IR

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