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International Relations by Jill Steans, Lloyd Pettiford

International Relations

Description : Shelf classification: Politics/International RelationsInternational RelationsPerspectives and ThemesInternational Relations is a jargon-free, comprehensive and challenging account of International Relations theory which will arm students with the tools they need to understand the subject from a variety of distinct theoretical viewpoints. Key features include: ? Accessible approach - with careful explanation of key terms and ideas, as well as a glossary of less familiar terms.? Coverage of many of the major theories, concepts and issues.? Balanced, objective coverage with critical examination of several perspectives.? Chapters that are structured to encourage and allow for comparison. There are separate discussions of origins, assumptions, themes, criticisms and common misunderstandings.? Excellent pedagogy with a series of boxes highlighting essential information.Written in an engaging and thought-provoking style, International Relations is a welcome new modern text for students studying International Relations as part of a politics or international relations degree.Jill Steans is a Lecturer at the University of Birmingham and Lloyd Pettiford is a Lecturer at Nottingham Trent Unive

Subtitle : Perspectives and Themes

Authors : Jill Steans, Lloyd Pettiford

Published Date : 2001

Publisher : Longman Publishing Group

ISBN : STANFORD:36105063694025

Page : 235 Pages

Categories : Political Science

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