Beyond boundaries? : disciplines, paradigms, and theoretical integration in international studies
- edited by Rudra Sil and Eileen M. Doherty.
- Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, ©2000.
- Physical description
- 1 online resource (xi, 263 pages).
- SUNY series in global politics.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- The questionable status of boundaries: the need for integration / Rudra Sil
- Constructing integrative frameworks
- Negotiating across disciplines: the implications of judgment and decision-making research for international relations theory / Eileen M. Doherty
- Contextual information and the study of trade and conflict: the utility of an interdisciplinary approach / Norrin M. Ripsman, Jean-Marc F. Blanchard
- Constructing concepts of identity: prospects and pitfalls of a sociological approach to world politics / Anne L. Clunan
- Collective identity as an "emotional investment portfolio": an economic analogy to a psychological process / Tadashi Anno
- Reorienting the foundations?
- Against epistemological absolutism: toward a "pragmatic" center? / Rudra Sil
- Thresholds in the evolution of social science / Wade L. Huntley
- The discipline as disciplinary normalization: networks of research / Timothy W. Luke
- Beyond boundaries? a tentative appraisal / Eileen M. Doherty
- Suny series in global politics.
- Publication date
- SUNY series in global politics
- 0585319693 (electronic bk.)
- 9780585319698 (electronic bk.)