The Agency of the Governed in the Global South: Normative and Institutional Change - ThirdWorlds (Hardback)Anke Draude (editor)
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Research on global norm diffusion and institutional transfer has often neglected the agency of the governed. This collection argues that limited statehood - the lack of state capacities in most parts of the global South - provides opportunities for the governed to raise their voices and be listened to. Thus, people on the receiving end of development cooperation, state building, or security interventions can significantly shape global dynamics of normative and institutional change.
Drawing on the emerging body of literature on the agency of the governed, this book assesses the current dynamics of transfer and diffusion studies at the interfaces of political science and social anthropology. By focusing on the agency of the governed, the authors integrate a broad spectrum of issues and debates, from the proliferation of global norms to state and security building to international policy cooperation.
This book will be of interest to students and researchers of global politics and international relations, particularly those focusing on the global South. It was originally published as an online special issue of the journal Third World Thematics.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 160
Dimensions: 248 x 171 mm
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