Structuralism (tagged articles)
Knowledge Production in International Relations: A Poststructural Feminist Critique of Liberal Feminism
Dana K.J. Al-Thani - In popular international relations (IR) theory, knowledge production is often dismissed as an objective process between the researcher and the empirical world. This article rejects this notion and contends that the process of knowledge production is always inherently... Keep Reading »
Lillian G. Robles - Sylvia Plath’s posthumously published collection of poetry, Ariel, is perhaps best defined by the vivid imagery that delves deep into Plath’s psyche. Throughout the collection, Plath explores dimensions of herself: her past, present, and future; her demons... Keep Reading »
Is Western Political Science Applicable to the Islamic World? On the Universality of Particularism in the Middle East
Samuel W. Singler - Given pervasive representations of its geostrategic and global economic significance, the Middle East constitutes an important area of political and academic study far beyond its geographical boundaries. A key debate underlying such research is whether the region represents... Keep Reading »
Between Linguistic Universalism and Linguistic Relativism: Perspectives on Human Understandings of Reality
Aminata M. Kone - The most striking feature of language seems to be its diversity: contrary to the rather limited physical variations of the human species, there are 6,909 known languages worldwide – none of which are identical in sound, syntax, lexicon or grammar (statistic from... Keep Reading »
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