The Study of International Relations, Forces, and Institutions
This topic introduces students to the major fields of scholarship and schools of thought on international relations and the forces and institutions affecting the global context of public policy.
Topic learning outcome
Upon completing this topic the student will recognize the existence of fields of scholarship, schools of thought, and conceptual frameworks pertinent to international relations and the global context for public policy, and be familiar with the concepts and terms listed below.
Core concepts associated with this topic [DRAFT]
Atlas resource pages associated with this topic
Open access readings for 8 hours of preparation
The Atlas pages for the concept entries noted above.
Concept comprehension questions
AQ105.01.01. Among statements a-d pertaining to the term XXX choose one that is invalid or choose e if all are reasonably valid.
a. TO COME
b. TO COME
c. TO COME
d. TO COME
e. All of a-d are reasonably valid statements.
Page created by: Ian Clark, last modified on 3 April 2017.
Image: Wikipedia, Global governance, at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_governance, accessed 27 March 2017.