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オックスフォード版 国際安全保障ハンドブック

The Oxford Handbook of International Security

(Oxford Handbooks of International Relations.)

Gheciu, Alexandra (EDT)   Wohlforth, William C. (EDT)

Oxford Univ Pr on Demand 2018/05
754 p. illustrations ; 26 cm.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780198777854
装丁違いISBN: 0198854625
KCN: 1028733400
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納期について
DDC: 327.172
KDC: D233 軍事・安全保障・平和研究
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Annotation

New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2018. The key assumption underpinning this volume is that all scholarly claims about international security, both normative and positive, have implications for the future. By examining international security to extract implications for the future, the volume provides clarity about the real meaning and practical implications for those involved in this field.

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The essential volume for all those working on International Security and related areas.
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Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction 1: Alexandra Gheciu and William C. Wohlforth: The Future of Security Studies 2: Keith Krause and Michael C. Williams: Security and 'Security Studies': ": Conceptual Evolution and Historical Transformation 3: Iver Neumann and Ole Jacob Sending: Expertise and Practice: The Evolving Relationship between Study and Practice of Security Part II: Approaches to International Security A. Schools of Thought 4: Laura Sjoberg: Feminist Security and Security Studies 5: Chris Hendershot and David Mutimer: Critical Security Studies 6: Adam Quinn: Realisms 7: Michael Barnett: Constructivisms 8: John M. Owen IV: Liberal Approaches 9: Didier Bigo and Emma Mc Cluskey: What is a PARIS Approach to (In)securitisation? Political Anthropological Research for International Sociology B. Methods: Methodological Implications of Thinking about the Future of International Security from Different Perspectives 10: Adam Lauretig and Bear Braumoeller: Statistics and International Security 11: Jeff Checkel: Methods in Constructivist Approaches 12: Mark Salter and Can Mutlu: Methods in Critical Security Studies 13: Andrew Kydd: Game Theory and the Future of International Security 14: Rose McDermott and Peter Hatemi: Biology, Evolution, and International Security Part III: Major Issues for 21st Century Security 15: Dale C. Copeland: Systemic Theory and the Future of Great Power War and Peace 16: Aaron Clauset and Kristian Skrede Gleditsch: Trends in Conflict: What Do We Know and What Can We Know? 17: Michael Horowitz: Leaders, Leadership, and International Security 18: Ron Krebs: The Politics of National Security 19: Dan Philpott: Religion and International Security 20: Leslie Vinjamuri: The Future of International Security Norms 21: Jonathan D. Caverley: Economics of War and Peace 22: Fiona Adamson: The Changing Geography of Global Security 23: Daniel Deudney: The Great Debate: The Nuclear-Political Question and World Order, 1945-2015 24: Deborah Avant and Virginia Haufler: Public/Private Interactions and Practices of Security 25: Etel Solingen: Nuclear Proliferation: the Risks of Prediction Part IV. Challenges and Opportunities for 21st Century Security 26: Rita Abrahamsen and Adam Sandor Abrahamsen and Adam Sandor: The Global South and International Security 27: Jennifer Erickson: Arms Control 28: Brendan O' Leary and Nicholas Sambanis: Nationalism and International Security 29: Thierry Bros: Energy Security 30: Audie Klotz: Migration 31: Jennifer M. Welsh: Humanitarian Intervention 32: Joshua Busby: Environmental Security 33: Anja Jakobi: The Crime Scene: What Lessons for International Security? 34: Audrey Kurth Cronin: Terrorism 35: Robert Jervis: Intelligence and International Politics 36: Ronald Deibert: Trajectories for Future Cyber Security Research 37: Austin Long: Counter-Insurgency 38: Necla Tschirgi: International Security and Development 39: Sarah Kreps, Matthew Fuhrmann, and Michael Horowitz: Drone Proliferation in the 21st Century 40: Lene Hansen: Images and International Security 41: Sarah Percy: Maritime Security 42: Susan Peterson: Global Health and Security Part V: 21st Century International Security Actors 43: Barry Buzan: Great Powers 44: Sten Rynning and Olivier Schmitt: Alliances 45: Ian Hurd: The UN Security Council 46: Matteo Legrenzi and Fred H. Lawson: Regional Security Complexes and Organizations 47: Hans Peter Schmitz: International Criminal Accountability and Transnational Advocacy Networks (TANs) 48: Lindsay Cohn, Damon Coletta, and Peter Feaver: Civil-Military Relations