IR Notes 8-23-10

IR Notes 8-23-10 - to begin with. Problem: We only look in...

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Brandon Truong IR 210 Notes: August 23, 2010 Homework: Read ISWH Chapters “Theoretical Toolkit of This Book” and “Establishing Criteria for International Systems” ( Pages 68- 110 ) Notes: Fundamentals: “Root Discourses” 1. Realism 2. Liberalism 4. Social Constructivism 5. Marxism 6. Critical Theory 7. Feminism i. These viewpoints will be the fundamental piece of writing the term paper. Reification: Means talking about and focusing on something so much that it seems to become an actual reality even though it wasn’t necessarily a reality
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Unformatted text preview: to begin with. Problem: We only look in the light drunk man scenario looking for lost keys in the light even though they are in the shaded lawn.-Becomes a real threat when theres nothing worrisome to begin with. Credit Bubble define. Security Dilemma Spiral Realist Perspective o The world is anarchic No world government Mutual suspicion, which becomes a real threat. Can lead to a hostile climate between states. o Scenario: Arms race between Soviet Union and United States...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course IR 210 taught by Professor Lynch during the Fall '06 term at USC.

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