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International Relations Theory 3ed

by Oliver Daddow SAGE Publications Ltd
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With 30% new content, including a new chapter on poststructuralism, this introduction now covers everything needed to accompany a student through their IR Theory module and to be a resource that they can keep coming back to throughout their studies  

Part I Introduction to Your Course in IR Theory
Chapter 1: What is International Relations?
Chapter 2: International Relations Theory
Chapter 3: Theoretical Debates
Part II Theories of IR
Chapter 4: Liberalism
Chapter 5: Realism
Chapter 6: Neorealism and Neoliberalism
Chapter 7: The English School
Chapter 8: Constructivism
Chapter 9: Marxism
Chapter 10: Critical Theory
Chapter 11: Feminism
Chapter 12: Poststructuralism
Chapter 13: Postcolonialism
Chapter 14: Green International Theory
Part III Lectures, Tutorials, Coursework and Exams
Chapter 15: Making The Most Of Theory In Lectures and Tutorials
Chapter 16: Making The Most Of Theory In Essays
Chapter 17: Examples Of Good Practice In IR Theory Essays
Chapter 18: Making The Most Of Theory In Exams
Part IV Additional Resources

Now in a Third edition, International Relations Theory remains the go to text for students new to the theory of international relations. Within one compact text Oliver Daddow provides clear and concise introductions to the main strands of contemporary theorising, and invaluable guides for writing essays and revising for exams. Students of International Theory will find this book both a welcoming invitation to study, and an essential and reliable guide.