Doing Political Science and International Relations: Theories in Action by Heather SavignyDoing Political Science and International Relations: Theories in Action by Heather Savigny

Doing Political Science and International Relations: Theories in Action

byHeather Savigny, Lee Marsden

Paperback | May 24, 2011

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This book provides a new type of introduction to politics and international relations that examines how, why, and what we study. Systematic and accessible in its approach, it introduces the analytical toolkits needed to study politics and international relations. The book takes a fully integrated approach to domestic and global politics, incorporating real-world case studies throughout.
HEATHER SAVIGNY is Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of East Anglia, UK. LEE MARSDEN is Senior Lecturer in International Relations, University of East Anglia, UK.
Title:Doing Political Science and International Relations: Theories in ActionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pagesPublished:May 24, 2011Publisher:Macmillan Education UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230245870

ISBN - 13:9780230245877

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Table of Contents

Themes and Issues in Political Science & International Relations
The State
Representation and Participation
International/Political Economy
The Environment
Doing Your Own Political Science and International Relations

Editorial Reviews

"Innovative, sophisticated but accessible, and successfully spanning global and domestic politics, this wonderful new introduction to political science uses well-selected case studies to illuminate a wide range of theories and approaches from comparative politics,international relations,and beyond." - Jonathon W. Moses, NTNU, Trondheim"An extraordinary achievement. Theoretically driven yet issue focused, this innovative textbook sets a new benchmark in introducing political science and international relations challenging assumptions and breaking boundaries all the way." - Stuart Croft, Warwick University"Innovative and accessible, this important text provides an essential starting point for students of political science and IR - helpfully pointing up throughout the links between the two - focusing on what we study, and why and how." - David Marsh, Australian National University