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Contemporary Security Studies 6/e

저자 : Collins 

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가격 : \38,000 

ISBN-10 : 0198862192    ISBN-13 : 9780198862192 

출판사 : Oxford 

출판년 : 2022

페이지 : 584 pages

관련자료 :

Contemporary Security Studies is a uniquely engaging introduction to Security Studies, covering the key theories and contemporary issues in the field. A team of expert scholars strike a careful balance of depth and clarity, providing the essential companion for students exploring the modern security agenda.

*Offers broad, easy-to-digest coverage of all of the key theories and concepts in Security Studies

*Brings together carefully edited contributions from international experts in the field, giving students insights from a range of leading scholars

*'Think point' boxes challenge students to question their own assumptions, and help to develop critical thinking skills

*Case study boxes encourage students to connect theory and practice by demonstrating the real-world manifestations of political issues

*Includes coverage of critical Security Studies perspectives, including poststructuralism and postcolonialism

*Considers a broad range of traditional and non-traditional security issues, from inter-state armed conflict and nuclear weapons, to security issues centring on the environment, crime and cyber-attacks

*Also available as an e-book with functionality, navigation features, and links that offer extra learning support

New to this edition
*A new Chapter 13 on popular culture introduces students to this innovative approach to Security Studies, exploring the role that it plays in shaping and understanding security-related processes, including managing conflicts, supporting transitions to peace, and its uses and limitations as a source of soft power

*A revised Chapter 12 on securitization theory traces its emergence and evolution as a framework for analysis, covering the main concepts and criticisms, and helping students to develop their understanding of constructivist approaches to security

*Chapter 27 on transnational crime has been reworked to include coverage of the 'crime-terror nexus', the relationship between organized crime and the state, and a case study focusing on Mexico, helping students to apply theory to the real world

*Every chapter has been thoroughly updated to reflect current political issues and developments in world affairs, such as the initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, and forced migration 

 

1:Introduction, Alan Collins
Part 1: Approaches to Security
2:Realism, Charles L. Glaser
3:Liberalism and Liberal Internationalism, Patrick Morgan, with Alan Collins
4:Historical Materialism, Eric Herring
5:Peace Studies, Paul Rogers
6:Social Constructivism, Christine Agius
7:Critical Security Studies: A Schismatic History, David Mutimer, with Derek Verbakel
8:Critical Security Studies II - Narratives of Security: Other Stories, Other Actors, Marshall Beier
9:Postcolonialism, Mark Laffey and Suthaharan Nadarajah
10:Human Security, Randolph B. Persaud
11:Gender, Caroline Kennedy and Sophia Dingli
12:Securitization, Catarina Thomson and Stephane Baele
13:Popular Culture, Galia Press-Barnathan
Part 2: Deepening and Broadening Security
14:Military Security, Mike Sheehan
15:Regime Security, Andreas Krieg
16:Societal Security, Paul Roe
17:Environmental Security, Geoffrey Dabelko
18:Economic Security, Gary Shiffman
19:Development and Security, Nana K. Poku and Jacqueline Therkelsen
Part 3: Traditional and Non-Traditional Security
20:Coercive Diplomacy: Countering War-Threatening Crimes and Armed Conflicts, Peter Viggo Jakobsen
21:Weapons of Mass Destruction and Proliferation, James J. Wirtz
22:Terrorism, James Lutz and Brenda Lutz
23:Humanitarian Intervention, Alex Bellamy and Stephen McLoughlin
24:Energy Security, Doug Stokes and Sam Raphael
25:The Weapons Trade, Suzette Grillot
26:Health, Stefan Elbe and Eva Hilberg
27:Transnational Crime, Nathan Jones
28:Cyber-security, Myriam Dunn Cavelty
29:Security Studies Past, Present & Future, Barry Buzan and Ole Wæver 

 

Collins is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Wales, Swansea 

 



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