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Includes Notes on the USYD GOVT1621 syllabus, including:
- The foundational concepts of International Relations
- The first processes of International Relations
- Westphalia and the birth of the modern state
- International history
- International history
- : the rise of the non-state actor
- Realism and Neorealism (concept, theorists, timeline, critics and limitations)
- Liberalism (concept, theorists, timeline, critics and limitations)
- Marxism (concept, theorists, timeline, critics and limitations)
- Constructivism (concept, theorists, timeline, critics and limitations)
- Poststructuralism (concept, theorists, timeline, critics and limitations)
- Postcolonialism (concept, theorists, timeline, critics and limitations)
- Feminism and Gender in IR (concept, theorists, timeline, critics and limitations)
- Case studies, timelines, examples, and statistics to illustrate almost every point, as well as quotes from critics and theorists of IR and world politics
- Very detailed and close content alignment with the 'Globalisation of World Politics' textbook as well as lecture and tutorial notes, and supplementary readings


USYD

Semester 1, 2019


28 pages

15,475 words

$44.00

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