The Unequal Profession

Arlene Beth Tickner

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During the past 20 years distinct strands of critical thinking in International Relations (IR) have emerged on the ‘misfit’ between key themes, concepts, and categories in the field, and the ways in which the ‘interna-tional’ is experienced in distinct countries outside the North; the problematic domi-nance of Western and ‘American’ IR; and the differences and similarities inherent in the field as practiced around the globe. A shared concern with the invisibility and mar-ginality of the non-core,1 and with the dis-tinct forms of inequality that characterize IR has been at the root of much, if not all, of this literature
Translated title of the contributionLa profesión desigual
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHistory, Philosophy and Sociology of International Relations
EditorsAndreas Gofas, Nicholas Onuf
Place of PublicationNueva York
PublisherSage Publications
ChapterChapter 24
Pages343 a 358
Number of pages15
ISBN (Print)978-1-4739-6659-8
StatePublished - Aug 2018


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