|Author:||Philip E. Steinberg|
|Title:||The Social Construction of the Ocean (Cambridge Studies in International Relations)|
|Format:||lrf mbr mobi lit|
|ePUB size:||1864 kb|
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|DJVU size:||1729 kb|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press (December 10, 2001)|
In a relatively short book, Philip Steinberg succeeds in explaining the social and historical nature of our past and present conceptualizations of the se. Journal of World History, Hans K. Van Tilburg, NOAA Ocean Service. The worlds oceans have been enormously important in the development and interaction of societies throughout history. This unique book uses the tools of political geography and international relations to examine the ways in which nations and peoples have viewed and used the oceans. Series: Cambridge Studies in International Relations (Book 78). Hardcover: 258 pages. Publisher: Cambridge University Press (December 10, 2001).
This 2001 book presents a history of the uses, regulations and representation of the world-ocean, from approximately 1450 through the present.
This unique book uses the tools of political geography and international relations to examine the ways in which nations and peoples have viewed and used the oceans. Most social scientists have looked on the seas as a resource, but Steinberg sees them as a sp The worlds' oceans have been extremely important in the development and interaction of societies throughout history. Paperback, 258 pages. Published November 30th 2011 by Cambridge University Press (first published October 25th 2001).
Mainstream international relations continues to assume that the world is governed by calculable risk based on estimates of power, despite repeatedly being surprised by unexpected change. This ground breaking work departs from existing definitions of power that focus on the actors' evolving ability to exercise control in situations of calculable risk. This book provides a rich understanding of the nuances of states' behavior in international bargaining processes. Legitimate Targets? Social Construction, International Law and US Bombing.
Cambridge University Press, 25 Eki 2001 - 239 sayfa. This 2001 book presents a history of the uses, regulations and representation of the world-ocean, from approximately 1450 through the present. The book concludes by considering how lessons learned from the history of the ocean may be applied to emerging spaces, such as cyberspace, where there is a similarly problematic 'fit' between social processes and the institutions of state governance. Bu kitaba önizleme yap . Kullanıcılar ne diyor? - Eleştiri yazın. Her zamanki yerlerde hiçbir eleştiri bulamadık.
In this book, the theory presented does not apply to any form of social reality, and its truth claim can neither be verified, neither falsified. The author presents, somewhere from the dimness of deep metaphysical outerspace, a series of half baked philosophical assertions about IR theory that are at best incoherent and erroneous. In essence it is a pot of opportunistic eclecticism that nowhere achieves a synthesis that smells of coherence. Although he wants to explain all IR questions, he achieves to provide an understanding for none of them. Although the author might still be regarded as a fashion icon in his field, all he does is celebrate - under the label of positivism - the ambiguous and dubious as positive in itself )
1, 5. Publisher : Cambridge University Press. The worlds' oceans have been extremely important in the development and interaction of societiesthroughout history. This unique book uses the tools of political geography and international relationsto examine the ways in which nations and peoples have viewed and used the oceans. Most socialscientists have looked on the seas as a resource, but Steinberg sees them as a space defined bysociety, arguing that political and economic forces have shaped the governance and representationof the sea as much as they have the land.
Constructivism in International Relations Maja Zehfuss’ book offers a fundamental critique of constructivism, fo- cusing on the work of Wendt, Onuf and Kratochwil.
Cambridge Studies in International Relations is a joint initiative of Cambridge University Press and the British International Studies Association (BISA). The aim of the series is to publish the best new scholarship in International Studies from Europe, North America, and the rest of the world. Cambridge studies in international relations. 67 Alexander Wendt Social theory of international politics.
Steinberg, Philip E. The Social Construction of the Ocean. Cambridge Studies in International Relations 78. Cambridge, UK, and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001. E-mail Citation . Although published in a series on international relations, this book presents the first attempt by a geographer to analyze the world ocean as a global space of society, shaped through uses, regulations, and representations over five hundred years of modern history. Wigen, Kären, and Jessica Harland-Jacobs, eds.