Dr. Shannon Brincat explains critical theory, distinguishing it from other approaches to international relations. He traces the history of the paradigm and its primary concern with power relations. He also discusses his interest in finding synthesis with other theoretical approaches.
- Type of Content: Interview
- Title: Critical Theory
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2016
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- Discipline: Politics & International Relations
- Subject: Critical Theory, Political Theory & Thought (general), International Relations (general)
- Duration: 00:35:59
Keywords: anarchism, change detection, constructivism, convergence, critical theory, critical theory in international relations, critique, culture and politics, debates, dialectics, dialogue theories, domination, elitism, emancipation, emancipatory research, ethics of care, exclusion, feminism, Frankfurt school of critical theory, human nature, influential texts and figures of veneration, interdisciplinarity, intergroup conflict, international relations theory, interpretive paradigms, intersubjectivity, language usage, marxism, Max Horkheimer, neoliberalism, neorealism, neutrality, ontology, other/otherness, peace theories, pessimism, political philosophy, positivism, postmodernism in international relations, power and political theory, power and power relations, prediction, primary sources, psychoanalysis and political thought, recognition, reflection (psychology), research, research methods, resistance, revolutions, Social change, Social conditions, Social ontology and collective intentionality, Social relations, Social structures, Synthesis, theoretical approaches, theory and research, understanding (epistemology), worldviews
Academic: Shannon BrincatOnline ISBN: 9781473988569Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2016