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The prison as metaphor : re-imagining international relations

Author: Michael P Marks
Publisher: New York : P. Lang, ©2004.
Series: Studies in international relations, v. 1.
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Genre/Form: Problems and exercises
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Marks, Michael P.
Prison as metaphor.
New York : P. Lang, ©2004
(OCoLC)607264846
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael P Marks
ISBN: 0820468398 9780820468396
OCLC Number: 52418397
Description: x, 229 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Imagining international relations. [The anarchy "problem" in international relations ; Why metaphor? ; Why the prison?] --
On the nature and use of metaphors. [The generative nature of metaphors ; The use of metaphors in politics and foreign policy ; The use of metaphors in political science and international relations theory ; Conclusions] --
Metaphors in international relations theory. [The range of metaphors employed in international relations theory ; Anarchy and the "state of nature" Metaphor ; Realist metaphors of international relations ; Liberal metaphors of international relations ; Constructivist metaphors of international relations ; Some problems with the use of metaphors in international relations theory ; Game theory and the prisoner's dilemma --
The experiential context of the prison. [Moving beyond the prisoner's dilemma ; Sociological studies of the prison ; The evolution of inmate relations in the modern American prison ; Considerations of gender ; Making sense of prison studies ; Conclusion --
What the prison metaphor reveals: lessons for international relations. [The social construction of prisoner relations as a basis for understanding international interactions ; Questioning the presumptions of anarchy and self-help ; Relationships of authority ; The question of violence ; The role of norms ; Defining a common enemy ; The question of gender ; The question of change --
International relations and the prison as "worlds apart?" "Levels of analysis" in the treatment of the prison ; "Levels of analysis" and international relations ; Levels of analysis and the construction of state sovereignty ; The prison, international relations, and the function of the sovereign state as guard against internal and external "dangers" ; Moving beyond territorial state sovereignty in conceptualizing the prison and international relations ; Critically reexamining state sovereignty and levels of analysis ; Conclusion --
Re-imagining international relations. Situating the prison metaphor in existing international relations theory ; Thinking about the entirety of international relations ; Where do we go from here? ; Practical implications ; Concluding remarks.
Series Title: Studies in international relations, v. 1.
Responsibility: Michael P. Marks.
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