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Strategies for Research in Constructivist International Relations2029
Constructivism's basic premise - that individuals and groups are shaped by their world but can also change it - may seem intuitively true. Yet this process-oriented approach can be more difficult to apply than structural or rational choice frameworks. Based on their own experiences and exemplars from the IR literature, well-known authors Audie Klotz and Cecelia Lynch lay out concepts and tools for anyone seeking to apply the constructivist approach in research. Written in jargon-free prose and relevant across the social sciences, this book is essential for anyone trying to sort out appropriate methods for empirical research.
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"This marvelous little volume is deceptive. It is a primer for research that students will find enormously helpful. But it is much more than that. Concise, knowledgeable, and erudite, this book packs a big intellectual punch. It helps all of us in assessing some of the most interesting and novel approaches in current international relations scholarship." - Peter J. Katzenstein, Cornell University"
Audie Klotz is Associate Professor of Political Science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University, where she teaches international relations theory and qualitative methods, among other courses. She is the author of Norms in International Relations: The Struggle against Apartheid (Cornell 1995), which won the Furniss Prize in international security studies. Her work has also appeared in International Organization, Review of International Studies, Third World Quarterly, and European Journal of International Relations, among other journals and edited collections, and she is currently working on comparative responses to global migration. Cecelia Lynch is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Irvine. Her books include Beyond Appeasement: Interpreting Interwar Peace Movements in World Politics (Cornell 1999), which won the Furniss Prize in international security studies and the Myrna Bernath Prize of the Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations. Her work on peace movements, religion, interpretive methods, and IR theory has appeared in Ethics & International Affairs, Millenium, Global Governance, and Alternatives, as well as other journals and books. She is currently funded by an Andrew Mellon Foundation fellowship to work on inter-faith religious ethics in world politics.
Chapter 1 Constructivism, Audie Klotz, Cecelia Lynch; Chapter 2 Structure, Audie Klotz, Cecelia Lynch; Chapter 3 Agency, Audie Klotz, Cecelia Lynch; Chapter 4 Identities, Audie Klotz, Cecelia Lynch; Chapter 5 Interests, Audie Klotz, Cecelia Lynch; Chapter 6 Conclusions, Audie Klotz, Cecelia Lynchbio1 Appendix, Audie Klotz, Cecelia Lynch;