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Readership Final year undergraduate and postgraduate students taking a module in international relations theories....

Title : International Relations Theories: Discipline and Diversity
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ISBN : 9780199548866
ISBN13 : 978-0199548866
Format Type : E-Book
Language : Englisch
Publisher : Oxford University Press Auflage 2nd edition 14 Januar 2010
Number of Pages : 400 Seiten
File Size : 691 KB
Status : Available For Download
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International Relations Theories: Discipline and Diversity Reviews

  • Christoph Rohde
    2019-05-13 10:05

    This book is an excellent overview over the most popular approaches that constitute the field of IR theory. The introduction into epistemological and methodological problems helps students to early recognize the fact that social science is in need of interdisciplinary forms of research. The anti-dogmatic character of the book is convincing.

  • Kathrin
    2019-04-28 08:08

    Das Buch kam sehr schnell geliefert und zwar in einem ausgezeichneten Zustand. Der Preis war mehr als fair. Vielen Dank.

  • Ryan
    2019-04-19 14:07

    I needed this book for a college Political Science class. Was not used heavily in class but when needed it was a good resource.

  • Ugonna Ishionwu
    2019-05-17 08:20

    Very good. The book though used was just as good as new. Met it's exact description.

  • Chief H
    2019-05-19 08:12

    Qualitatively a good book. I used it and may very well not sell it back. A very good reference for future papers and references in IR.

  • Nolan
    2019-04-30 10:55

    My entire class (undergrads) complained to our teacher numerous times about this book. This book is written for people who have a deep, prior knowledge of IR. If you're reading this with little IR training, you will be lost. The whole book is worded poorly, and it makes certain theories MUCH more difficult than they actually are.

  • JoeySD
    2019-04-19 08:57

    This has been the most difficult book I have read during my studies in International Relations. I found the book to be too scholarly and not geared towards students.