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The power of power politics : from classical realism to neotraditionalism / John A. Vasquez.

By: Vasquez, John A.
Series: Cambridge studies in international relations : 63.Publisher: Reino Unido : Cambridge University Press , 1998Description: xv, 448 páginas.Content type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 0521442354; 0521447461.Subject(s): Política exterior | Relaciones internacionalesDDC classification: 327.101
Contents:
1.- The role of paradigms in scientific inquiry: a conceptual framework and a set of principles for paradigm evaluation. 2.- The role of the realist paradigm in the development of a scientifics study of a international relations. 3.- Research desing: defining and operationalizing the realist paradigm. 4.- Theory construction as a paradigm-directed activity. 5.- Data making as a paradigm-directed activity. 6.- Research as a paradigm-directed activity. 7.- Evaluation: the adequeacy of the realist paradigm. 8.- Theory and research in the 1970s: the emerging anomalies. 9.- Restropective: neorealism and the power of power politics. 10.- The promise and potential pitfalls of post-modernism: the need for theory appraisal. 11.- The realist paradigm as a degenerating research program: neotraditionalism and Waltz´s balancing proposition. 12.- Mearsheismer´s multipolar myths and the false promise of realist policy prescriptions: the empirical inaccuracy of the realist paradigm. 13.- Challenging the relevance and explanatory power of the realist paradigm: the debate on the end of the Cold War.
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1.- The role of paradigms in scientific inquiry: a conceptual framework and a set of principles for paradigm evaluation.
2.- The role of the realist paradigm in the development of a scientifics study of a international relations.
3.- Research desing: defining and operationalizing the realist paradigm.
4.- Theory construction as a paradigm-directed activity.
5.- Data making as a paradigm-directed activity.
6.- Research as a paradigm-directed activity.
7.- Evaluation: the adequeacy of the realist paradigm.
8.- Theory and research in the 1970s: the emerging anomalies.
9.- Restropective: neorealism and the power of power politics.
10.- The promise and potential pitfalls of post-modernism: the need for theory appraisal.
11.- The realist paradigm as a degenerating research program: neotraditionalism and Waltz´s balancing proposition.
12.- Mearsheismer´s multipolar myths and the false promise of realist policy prescriptions: the empirical inaccuracy of the realist paradigm.
13.- Challenging the relevance and explanatory power of the realist paradigm: the debate on the end of the Cold War.

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