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Security studies : classic to post-modern approaches

Acikmese, Sinem Akgul(Foreword by)Ata, Funda Keskin(Contributions by)Atvur, Senem(Contributions by)Aytac, Gizem Bilgin(Contributions by)Coskun, Bezen Balamir(Contributions by)Gurson, A. Poyraz(Contributions by)Kirval, Levent(Contributions by)UEcagac, Ahmet(Contributions by)OEzkan, Arda(Edited by)Tuysuzoglu, Goekturk(Edited by)
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As an important aspect of human polity, the concept of security has an important place and space in politics.

Though regularly mentioned or referred, the concept is rarely given a proper definition, usually left in the shadows of politics and policymaking and usually referred as a cause to an effect.

Within the framework of this book, classic, modern and post-modern security issues are analyzed, while also focusing on the classical and diverse conceptual dimensions of security, current problems are also evaluated, especially in the axis of post-modern security studies.

In security studies, a distinction is usually made between classical and post-modern approaches, but in this study, both are considered together.

One of the important features of this work is that it offers a perspective from Turkish experts on the concept of security in international relations.

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166692024X / 9781666920246
United States
504 pages
23 cm
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