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Critical international relations theory: Quiz


Question 1: ________ is also widely deployed by scholars working in this area.
PositivismTheodor W. AdornoCritical theoryJürgen Habermas

Question 2: For the former, the construction of the ________ era as a time of peace ignores the reality that major conflicts continued in the developing world.
Central Intelligence AgencyCold WarVietnam WarJoseph Stalin

Question 3: Two of the most well known scholars to raise criticisms of feminist IR have been Robert Keohane and ________.
Francis FukuyamaPaul WolfowitzProject for the New American CenturyNeoconservatism

Question 4: In defence, some feminisms do consider men—though it still often makes the assumption that due to ________, a certain, rational man is privileged.

Question 5: Marxists view the international system as an integrated capitalist system in pursuit of ________.
Surplus productCapital accumulationSurplus valueMarxism

Question 6: In this sense, there is no clear cut division between feminists working in IR and those working in the area of ________ (IPE).
International political economyKarl MarxJohn Maynard KeynesEconomics

Question 7: The growing influence of feminist and women-centric approaches within the international policy communities (for example at the World Bank and the ________) is more reflective of the liberal feminist emphasis on equality of opportunity for women.
Israel, Palestine, and the United NationsUnited NationsUnited Nations Security CouncilUnited Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Question 8: Social Constructivism is an attempt at bringing some of the epistemological and ontological premise of postpositivistic theories into ________.

Question 9: Postcolonial IR challenges the ________ of IR—particularly its parochial assumption that Western Enlightenment thinking is superior, progressive and universally applicable.
AfricaEarly modern periodEurocentrismWestern culture

Question 10: Postpositivist critiques include postmodernist, postcolonial and feminist approaches, which differ from both realism and liberalism in their ________ and ontological premises.


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