Module Handbook

Only the Module Handbook – in either Word or PDF format – is available for this course. However, it does run to 22 pages and contains the following:

  • Educational Aims
  • Learning Outcomes
  • Module Evaluation
  • Film Programme
  • Lectures with extensive reading lists and essay titles:
    • Introduction: What is Theory?
    • The Anarchy Problematique and Sovereignty: Neo-Realism and State Power
    • Transnationalism and Interdependence: Neoliberal Institutionalism
    • Good Girls, Little Girls, and Bad Girls? Feminist International Relations
    • Anarchy is What States Make of It: The Constructed World of Sovereignty
    • Uneven and Combined Development: Marxism and International Relations
    • Writing Security: Poststructuralism and War
    • The State and Modernity
    • History, Agency and Structure
    • The Social Function of Ideology
    • Conclusion: cui bono?
  • Method and Frequency of Class
  • Method of Assessment
  • Reading Information
  • Coursework Support
  • Guidance to Essay Writing
  • Assessed Essay Titles
  • Example of Past Exam Paper