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Ecu safeguard tradition: Language, idea, coverage КНИГИ ; ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ НАУКИ Автор: Monica Gariup Название: eu safeguard tradition: Language, thought, coverage Издательство: Ashgate Год: 2009 Формат: pdf in rar Размер: 2.65 Мб Язык: АнглийскийOrganized round topics of cultural realism and social constructivism, Monica Gariup develops a theoretical framework to reinforce our realizing of protection tradition on the ecu Union (EU) point. utilizing instruments from political idea, linguistic research, and diplomacy concept, this book's leading edge process examines the results of discourse and perform within the eu defense and protection coverage (ESDP). additionally, it argues that by way of elaborating a structurationist answer and featuring a discursive syntax of defense it really is attainable to spot and evaluate varieties of protection actors. This e-book presents a complete and goal research at the hyperlinks and implications among the discourse and genuine coverage of the ESDP. it really is a necessary studying to students and researchers in eu politics, diplomacy, safety and Cultural Studies.DepositFiles importing zero

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That it involves an action, the organization of contents and the definition of the direction of the relationship between singular components; c. that its “mapping” and formation are dependent on the existence of actors and their interaction; and finally d. that a concept is not immobile, but that it is constantly renegotiated through the interplay of actors, observers, reality and other concepts. As Stefano Guzzini points out in his article on power, the problem with treating concepts as variables for the scope of rigorous scientific reasoning is that their content has to be severely fixed and “mathematized” so that most scholars, aware of the difficulties to pin down a concept, prefer to concentrate on elements easier to manipulate, thereby risking to neglect the most significant aspects of the concept (Guzzini 2002: 5).

It traces the main lines of discussion in Strategic/Security Studies and International Relations Theory and assesses the validity of new approaches to the subject of international security. In particular, it establishes the relationship between culture (political and strategic) and grand strategy (policy preferences). Chapter 3 is dedicated to the presentation of the role of language and discourse in the construction of a security concept (the language and politics of security). 1 Outline of the Book &+$37(5±*5$1' 675$7(*<,1 35$&7,&( &RQVLVWHQF\DQGFRKHUHQFH EHWZHHQGLVFRXUVHDQG DFWLRQ (6'3RXWSXWVLQVWLWXWLRQV DQGFDSDELOLWLHV (6'3RXWFRPHV RSHUDWLRQVRQWKHJURXQG ,PSOLFDWLRQVIRUDFWRUQHVV DQGSRZHU Introduction 15 other discourse is positioned as an interface between culture and action (beliefslanguage-action) in an attempt to answer the question of how ideational variables can be empirically tested in the analysis of the policy making process and of agenda setting in particular.

The issue is complicated by the fact that a grand strategy contains a set of priorities and preferences and not policy decisions concerning the actual implementation of aims, means, and ways. In the EU context, the term security concept is intended in the sense of grand strategy: A European security concept is an essential policy tool that, starting from our interests and values, outlines the long-term overall objectives that we want to achieve and the basic categories of instruments that we will apply to that end.

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