By Rebecca Adler-Nissen
This ebook rethinks the main suggestions of diplomacy by way of drawing at the paintings of Pierre Bourdieu.
The previous couple of years have noticeable a real wave of guides selling sociology in diplomacy. students have instructed that Bourdieu’s vocabulary might be utilized to review defense, international relations, migration and international environmental politics. but we nonetheless lack a scientific and obtainable research of what Bourdieu-inspired IR may perhaps seem like. This booklet presents the reply. It deals an advent to Bourdieu’s considering to a much wider IR viewers, demanding situations key assumptions, which at the moment constitution IR scholarship – and gives an unique, theoretical restatement of a few of the center thoughts within the box. The ebook brings jointly a choose workforce of best IR students who draw on either theoretical and empirical insights from Bourdieu. every one bankruptcy covers one important thought in IR: Methodology, wisdom, strength, method, safeguard, tradition, Gender, Norms, Sovereignty and Integration. The chapters display how those ideas should be reinterpreted and utilized in new methods while uncovered to Bourdieusian logic.
Challenging key pillars of IR scholarship, Bourdieu in foreign Relations might be of curiosity to severe theorists, and students of IR theory.
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Bourdieu in International Relations: Rethinking Key Concepts in IR (New International Relations) by Rebecca Adler-Nissen