SAGE Course Companions provide students with an insider's guide into how to make the most of their undergraduate courses and extend their understanding of the key concepts covered. Ideal for anyone new to the study of international relations or looking for a refresher, this Course Companion includes a comprehensive introduction to the competing theories at the heart of the discipline as well as hints and tips on how to apply them when tackling coursework or examinations. Written in a straightforward and clear style, it is designed to augment, rather than replace, existing textbooks for the course and provides: o pointers to success in course exams and written assessment exercises; o easy access to the key theories in international relations; o guidance on the essential study skills required to pass the course; o help with developing critical thinking; o 'taking it further' sections that suggest how readers can extend their thinking beyond the received wisdom.When referencing online sources, do not include the full web address in the text to the essay, save it for the bibliography. In the essay ... References to more information There are many general texts on good practice in essay writing. Try any of ... KIRTON, B. (2007) Just Write: An Easy-to-use Guide to Writing at University.
|Title||:||International Relations Theory|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 2009-03-19|