Identity and Global Politics
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Identity and Global Politics

Empirical and Theoretical Elaborations
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ISBN-13:
9781349527724
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
20.07.2004
Seiten:
284
Autor:
P. Goff
Gewicht:
359 g
Format:
216x140x15 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Introduction; P.M.Goff & K.C.Dunn PART I: ALTERITY Deep Structure, Free Floating Signifier or Something in Between?: Europe's Alterity in Putin's Russia; I.B.Neumann The Power and the Passion: Civilizational Identity and Alterity in the Wake of September 11th; J.O'Hagan Engendering Social Transformations in the Post-Socialist Czech Republic; J.True PART II: FLUIDITY Continuity and Change in South African Political Identity; J.Frueh (Re)Doing Identity in International Relations: The Case of Nineteenth-Century Bengal; S.Arnold The Trouble With the Evolués: French Republicanism, Colonial Subjectivity and Identity; S.Grovogui PART III: CONSTRUCTEDNESS Narrating Identity: Constructing the Congo During the 1960 Crisis; K.C.Dunn Contestation, Complicity and Cultural Entrepreneurship: Agency and National Identity Construction in the Transcaspian Region; D.W.Blum Whose Identity? Some Thoughts on How to Analyze Identity as a Completely Social Construct; P.Jackson PART IV: MULTIPLICITY Time for Politics; E.Manning Rights, Region and Identity: Exploring the Ambiguities of South Africa's Regional Human Rights Role; D.Black & Z.Wilson Competing Regionalisms in North America: Contestation, Spatiality and the Emergence of Cross-Border Identities?; M.H.Marchand Conclusion; P.M.Goff & K.C.Dunn
This collected volume draws together essays written by International Relations scholars from a variety of regional, methodological and theoretical perspectives to confront the challenges of identity-centered analysis. In particular, the contributors seek to elucidate the general meaning and methodological implications of the commonly state yet largely unexamined, assertion that identities are relational, fluid, constructed, and multiple.