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The Oxford handbook of international relations

Author: Christian Reus-Smit; Duncan Snidal
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2008.
Series: Oxford handbooks of political science.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This Oxford handbook assembles the world's leading scholars in international relations to present diverse perspectives about purposes, questions, theories, and methods. It will become the first point of reference for scholars and students interested in these key issues.
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Genre/Form: Handboeken (vorm)
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Christian Reus-Smit; Duncan Snidal
ISBN: 9780199219322 019921932X 9780199585588 019958558X
OCLC Number: 191929793
Description: xiii, 772 p. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Between Utopia and reality : the practical discourses of international relations / Christian Reus-Smit & Duncan Snidal --
The state and international relations / David A. Lake --
From international relations to global society / Michael Barnett & Kathryn Sikkink --
The point is not just to explain the world but to change it / Robert W. Cox --
A disabling discipline? / Phillip Darby --
Eclectic theorizing in the study and practice of international relations / Peter Katzenstein & Rudra Sil --
Realism / William C. Wohlforth --
The ethics of realism / Jack Donnelly --
Marxism / Benno Teschke --
The ethics of Marxism / Nicholas Rengger --
Neoliberal institutionalism / Arthur A. Stein --
The ethics of neoliberal institutionalism / James L. Richardson --
The new liberalism / Andrew Moravcsik --
The ethics of the new liberalism / Gerry Simpson --
The English school / Tim Dunne --
The ethics of the English school / Molly Cochran --
Constructivism / Ian Hurd --
The ethics of constructivism / Richard Price --
Critical theory / Richard Shapcott --
The ethics of critical theory / Robyn Eckersley --
Postmodernism / Anthony Burke --
The ethics of postmodernism / Peter Lawler --
Feminism / Sandra Whitworth --
The ethics of feminism / Jacqui True --
Methodological individualism and rational choice / Andrew H. Kydd --
Sociological approaches / Friedrich Kratochwil --
Psychological approaches / James Goldgeier and Philip Tetlock --
Quantitative approaches / Edward D. Mansfield and Jon C. Pevehouse --
Case study methods / Andrew Bennett and Colin Elman --
Historical methods / Joel Quirk --
International political economy / John Ravenhill --
Strategic studies / Robert Ayson --
Foreign-policy decision-making / Douglas T. Stuart --
International ethics / Terry Nardin --
International law / Michael Byers --
Scholarship and policy-making : who speaks truth to whom? / Henry R. Nau --
International relations : the relevance of theory to practice / Joseph S. Nye, Jr. --
International relations from below / David L. Blaney and Naeem Inayatullah --
International relations theory from a former hegemon / Richard Little --
The concept of power and the (un)discipline of international relations / Janice Bially Mattern --
Locating responsibility : the problem of moral agency in international relations / Toni Erskine --
Big questions in the study of world politics / Robert O. Keohane --
The failure of static and the need for dynamic approaches to international relations / Richard Rosecrance --
Six wishes for a more relevant discipline of international relations / Steve Smith.
Series Title: Oxford handbooks of political science.
Other Titles: International relations
Responsibility: edited by Christian Reus-Smit and Duncan Snidal.

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