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Identities in International Relations
Edited by Jill Krause and Neil Renwick
 
 
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27 Nov 1996
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By focusing on issues of identity, this study offers a radically new approach to the understanding and explanation of international relations. The text critiques dominant approaches to identity in international relations and highlights the complexity of forms of identification and allegiance in the contemporary world. The text raises issues and concerns common to many areas of the social sciences. Student involvement throughout the book's production has ensured that the book is written in an accessible style. It will therefore appeal to a wide readership.


Description

By focusing on issues of identity, this study offers a radically new approach to the understanding and explanation of international relations. The text critiques dominant approaches to identity in international relations and highlights the complexity of forms of identification and allegiance in the contemporary world. The text raises issues and concerns common to many areas of the social sciences. Student involvement throughout the book's production has ensured that the book is written in an accessible style. It will therefore appeal to a wide readership.


Contents

Acknowledgements - Notes on the Contributors - Prologue; R.Tooze - Introduction; J.Krause & N.Renwick - Society, Modernity and Social Change: Approaches to Nationalism and Identity; C.Farrands - Beyond the Inside/Outside Divide; G.Youngs - Globalisation and Collective Identities; J.A.Scholte - Ethnicity: Inside-Out or Outside-In?; R.Davies - Gendered Identities in International Relations; J.Krause - Nationalism and Middle Eastern Identities; M.Law - La Lucha Continua? Identity and the Nicaraguan Revolution; L.Pettiford - Re-reading Europe's Identities?; N.Renwick - Colonialism and Sub-Saharan Identities; N.Poku - Citizenship: Identification and the Global; R.Smith - Closing Thoughts; J.Krause & N.Renwick - Index


Authors

NEIL RENWICK is Co-Director of the Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies and Reader in International Relations at The Nottingham Trent University.