Violence Against Women: The Global Struggle
3 December 2013
Violence is a global issue that has continuously plagued women throughout the
years. The UN Declaration on Violence Against Women defines v
Created Equal: Voices on Womens Rights
14 November 2013
The issue of womens rights and equality continues to be a global issue. Although
strides have been taken there is still a huge gap between where m
EXAM 2 Study Guide part 2
Group of experts (one field) to solve a particular issue
Strategy of connecting solutions on one issue to the proposal of another-help facilitate agreement
Difference between mi
Constructivism Notes part 2
What does marxism say about behavior. what is it controlled by?
Behavior is controlled by capitalist drive for wealth
What does marxism say about what states seek and who they are ruled
They seek more wealth and do not seek
EXAM 2 Study Guide part 1
Armed conflict between two or more groups of very different size of
military or power
-armed conflict between competing factions within a country/between a
government a competing group within that cou
Constructivism Notes part 1
What is the third most leading theory in IR
Who first coined constructivism? When?
Nicolas Onuf. 1990s
Why is the invention of sovereignty a critique of neorealism
Because the invention of sovereignty goes agains
International System Notes part 1
What is the international system?
The constellation of international actors and the relationships between them
What is an international actor?
Those who play a part in the international system, can be state or non-state
What is IR theory
An explanation for connecting events, actions, behaviors, and outcomes by
stating cause and effect relationship between phenomena
Three steps of IR theory
What is Empirical theory?
Levels of analysis and Game theory Notes
Security. basic definition
Survival and safety: usually refers to military, intel, and law enforcement,
but also economic and human dimensions
Three main types of security.
International System Notes part 2
What are the three Time periods of the international system?
Pre-Westphalian system (Pre-1648)
The Westphalian system
The Neo-Westphalian system
What are the four levels within the Feudal System. what do they grant?
TEST 1 Review Sheet
Groups that share an identity and also share or seeks to share a
sovereign territory are called
In the pre-Westphalian system rule was many layered and lacked
central authority. This system in which monarchs relied on lords and
Closest thing to a world government that has ever existed
but is not a world government
Its members are sovereign states that have not
empowered the UN to enforce its will within states
territories except with the consent of those states
Liberalism is the _ most popular theory in IR after Neorealism
What did neoliberalism grow from?
1940s-60s where states began to sacrifice sovereignty to create integrated
communities for economic growth and to respond to regional pro