Cambridge Studies in International Relations: Personal Identity, National Identity and International Relations Series Number 9 (Paperback)William Bloom (author), Steve Smith (series editor), Thomas Biersteker (series editor), Chris Brown (series editor), Phil Cerny (series editor), Alex Danchev (series editor), Joseph M. Grieco (series editor), John Groome (series editor), Richard A. Higgott (series editor), G. John Ikenberry (series editor)
Paperback 208 Pages / Published: 18/03/1993
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Personal Identity, National Identity and International Relations is the first psychological study of nation-building, nationalism, mass mobilisation and foreign policy processes. In a bold exposition of identification theory, William Bloom relates mass psychological processes to international relations. He draws on Freud, Mead, Erikson, Parsons and Habermas to provide a rigorously argued answer to the longstanding theoretical problem of how to aggregate from individual attitudes to mass behaviour. With a detailed analysis of the nation-building experience of preindustrial France and England, William Bloom applies the theory to international relations.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 310 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 12 mm
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