International Relations and Everyday Life: Global Spaces and Everyday Life (RIPE Series in Global Political Economy v. 12)
By: Matthew Davies (author), Michael Niemann (author)Hardback
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In this volume, Matthew Davies and Michael Niemann bring international relations theory back into the everyday experiences of ordinary people, rather than the statecraft of the elite, and consider the impact of global processes. They develop the work of Lefebvre to problematize the inequalities in contemporary IR theory and consider the spaces of work, leisure and the family. International Relations & Everyday Life will contribute to the ongoing debates in international relations theory and will provide an introduction to IR for advanced students seeking to understand contemporary problems in the field.
University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK Trinity College, Hartford, USA
Introduction Part 1: Social Space 1. Space and IR Theory 2. Lefebvre and the Spatial Dialectics of IR Theory Part 2: Everyday Spaces 3. Work 4. Leisure 5. Family Part 3: Critical IR Theory 6. The Everyday Production of IR 7. An IR Theory of the Everyday
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