International relations theory the new edition of international relations theory a critical introductionintroduces students to the main theories in international relations it explains and analyzes each theory allowing students to understand and critically engage with the myths and assumptions behind each theory key features of this textbook include. International relations theory a critical introduction author cynthia weber edition 4 illustrated revised publisher routledge 2013 isbn 113470044x 9781134700448 length 292 pages. International relations theory a critical introduction is an innovative new textbook which introduces students to the main theories in international relations it also deconstructs each theory allowing students not only to understand them but also to critically engage with the assumptions and myths that underpin them it does this by using five familiar films as tools for first understanding each theory and then for understanding the myths that make them so persuasive for some people. Cynthia webers international relations theory is an imaginative and innovative disquisition on the narratives and myths that have structured the discipline of international relations and its theoretical developments with each chapter weber disrupts conventional truths about the discipline and inspires us to see understand and grapple with the complexities of international politics in novel and creative ways an essential resource for students and scholars of international
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