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McSweeney, Bill

Security, identity and interests: a sociology of international relations - New York Cambridge University Press 2006 - xi; 239 p.

1. The meaning of security I. Objectivist Approaches to International Security 2. Early stages of development 3. broadening the concept of security 4. Indentity versus the state II. Theorizing Security: The Turn to Sociology 5. A conceptual discussion 6. The social constructionist approach 7. The limits of identity theory 8. Agency and structure in social theory 9. Seeing a different world. a reflexive sociology of security III. Practising Security 10. doing security and moral stealth


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