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安全保障研究:入門(第3版)

Security Studies : An Introduction

3 NED

Williams, Paul D. (EDT)   McDonald, Matt (EDT)

Routledge 2018/03
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780415784900
eISBN: 9781351855860
KNPID: EY00228724
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Full Description

Security Studies: An Introduction, 3rd edition, is the most comprehensive textbook available on the subject, providing students with an essential grounding in the debates, frameworks, and issues on the contemporary security agenda.

This new edition has been comprehensively revised and updated, with new chapters added on  poststructuralism, postcolonialism, securitization, peace and violence, development, women, peace and security, cybersecurity, and outer space.

Divided into four parts, the text provides students with a detailed, accessible overview of the major theoretical approaches, key themes, and most significant issues within security studies.

  • Part 1 explores the main theoretical approaches from both traditional and critical standpoints
  • Part 2 explains the central concepts underpinning contemporary debates
  • Part 3 presents an overview of the institutional security architecture
  • Part 4 examines some of the key contemporary challenges to global security

Collecting these related strands into a single textbook creates a valuable teaching tool and a comprehensive, accessible learning resource for undergraduates and MA students.

Table of Contents

An Introduction to Security Studies – Paul D. Williams and Matt McDonald

Part 1: Theoretical Approaches

1. Realisms – Colin Elman and Michael Jensen
2. Liberalisms – Cornelia Navari

3. Constructivisms – Matt McDonald

4. Critical Theory – Pinar Bilgin

5. Feminisms – Sandra Whitworth

6. Post-Structuralisms – Linda Åhäll
7.  Securitization – Jonna Nyman
8.  Post-Colonialism – Nivi Manchanda

Part 2: Key Concepts
9. Uncertainty – Ken Booth and Nicholas J. Wheeler

10.  Polarity – Barry Buzan
11. Culture – Michael N. Barnett

12. War – Paul D. Williams

13.  Coercion – Lawrence Freedman and Srinath Rhagavan
14.  Peace and Violence – Helen Dexter
15. Human Security – Gunhild Hoogensen Gjørv

16. Responsibility to Protect – Alex J. Bellamy

17. Development – Danielle Beswick

Part 3: Institutions
18. Alliances – John Duffield
19. Regional Institutions – Louise Fawcett

20. The United Nations – Thomas G. Weiss and Danielle A. Zach

21. Peace Operations – Michael Pugh

22. The Nuclear Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Regime – W. Pal Sidhu

23. Private Security Companies – Deborah Avant

Part 4: Contemporary Challenges
24. Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity – Adam Jones
25. Ethnic Conflict – Stuart J. Kaufman

26. Terrorism – Paul Rogers

27. Counterterrorism – Paul R. Pillar

28. Counterinsurgency – Joanna Spear

29. Intelligence – Richard J. Aldrich
30. Transnational Organized Crime – Phil Williams
31. International Arms Trade – William D. Hartung

32. Migration and Refugees – Sita Bali

33. Energy Security – Michael T. Klare

34. Women, Peace and Security – Aisling Swaine

35. Environmental Change – Simon Dalby
36. Health – Colin McInnes

37. Cyber Security – Rhea Siers

38. Outer Space – Audra Mitchell