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Michael Barnett,Raymond Duvall
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Michael Barnett is Professor of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Michael Barnett is Professor of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Series: Cambridge Studies in International Relations (Book 98). Paperback: 390 pages. Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 7, 2005).

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Michael Barnett, Raymond Duvall. These contributions by international scholars reconsider the conceptualization of power in world politics

Michael Barnett, Raymond Duvall. These contributions by international scholars reconsider the conceptualization of power in world politics. Arguing that the importance of power in international relations is underestimated, the book presents and employs a taxonomy of power that embraces agency, institutions, structure and discourse. It demonstrates how these different forms connect and intersect and how such an expanded concept can enrich our understanding of global governance. Download (pdf, . 8 Mb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original

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Cambridge studies in international relations: 98. Cambridge Studies in International Relations is a joint initiative of Cam-bridge University Press and the British International Studies Associ-ation (BISA).

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International relations scholars have erred by fixating on one conception of power Discussions about power in International Relations have been dominated by actor-oriented realist thinking - one actor using material resources to control other actors

International relations scholars have erred by fixating on one conception of power. Discussions about power in International Relations have been dominated by actor-oriented realist thinking - one actor using material resources to control other actors. This has created a ‘theoretical tunnel vision’ leading to the neglect of other forms and effects of power. One reason for the pre-eminence of the realist conception is the aversion of rival theories to power considerations.

Start by marking Cambridge Studies in International Relations, Volume 98. .A team of international scholars demonstrate how these different forms connect and intersect in global governance in a range of different issue areas.

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These contributions by international scholars reconsider the conceptualization of power in world politics. Arguing that the importance of power in international relations is underestimated, the book presents and employs a taxonomy of power that embraces agency, institutions, structure and discourse. It demonstrates how these different forms connect and intersect and how such an expanded concept can enrich our understanding of global governance.