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On completion of this module students should have acquired (a) a solid knowledge of constructivist social theory and its application to International Relations; (b) an understanding of how various social, sociological and social-psychological approaches have shaped different strands of International Relations theory.
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Students who sign up to this module and who did not study International Relations in a previous degree are recommended to take Theories of International Relations.
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• Feedback individually to students, post-assessment
In-class participation throughout the term. 8000 word essay due at the end of the term.