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Description - The Social Construction of Europe by Thomas Christiansen

The Social Construction of Europe systematically introduces and applies a social constructivist perspective to the study of European integration. A strong international list of contributors provide new and important insights to a key area of contemporary study and research. They: carefully locate social constructivism in terms of its philosophical and methodological origins; review the wider debates and contribution of constructivist approaches to international relations; fully explore the insights that are made into European studies through a constructivist approach; offer worked examples of key research topics in European integration and EU governance using and demonstrating a variety constructivist approaches; This unique volume includes exciting new theoretical contributions to the debate by Andrew Moravcsik, Steve Smith and (writing for the first time on neofunctionalism since his seminal work in field), Ernest B. Haas.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780761972655
ISBN-10: 076197265X
Format: Paperback
(234mm x 156mm x mm)
Pages: 248
Imprint: SAGE Publications Inc
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Publish Date: 7-Apr-2001
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Thomas Christiansen

Antje Wiener joined the Department in March 2007 as Professor of Politics and International Relations. Her Political Science degrees are from Carleton University, Canada (PhD 1996) and the Free University of Berlin (MA/Dipl Pol 1989). She has taught at the Free University of Berlin, Stanford University, Carleton University, the Universities of Sussex, Hannover, Queen's Belfast and Trento. Her research and teaching interests are in International Relations theory and International Law, Global Constitutionalism and European Integration theory