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Final Review

by: Sara Matthews

Final Review INR2001

Sara Matthews
Introduction to International Relations
Sjoberg,Laura E

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This includes questions from material throughout the course, including a question from Steve Smith's Singing Our World Into Existence. Answers included at the end!
Introduction to International Relations
Sjoberg,Laura E
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Date Created: 12/04/15
Theories offer accounts of things happened in the world A Why B How C When D All of the above The main debate in IR is between forms of and A Classical realism and structural realism B Realism and the English School C Liberalism and Constructivism D Realism and Liberalism True or False Ontology is a branch of philosophy that seeks to theorize how we gain knowledge about the world The tradition of classical realism originates from A British theology B Politics C Greeks tragic playwrights D Thucydides E Both C and D The main concerns of classical realism is A Power B Balance of power C Maintaining order D Not placing faith in person E All of the above Multipolarity refers to A A world in which there is one great power B A system in which there are only two great powers C A world in which there are three or more great powers D A system with no great powers The debate between realism and idealism A Pitted scholars in the USA who wanted to make IR into a science against the International Society theorists of realism B Was a re ection of the weaknesses of idealism after WWI against the background of Hitler s expansion across Europe C Was a reaction against the dominant place of scienti c method in the American context D Pitted America against South America The subjects of rationalism are guided by A Agency B Metaphysics C Logic of consequences D The 39how possible question True or False 39Modernism refers to the predominant cultural style of the period from the 18905 to the outbreak of the Second World War encompassing the ideas and values in the painting sculpture music architecture design and literature of that period 10 Many feminists share the postpositivist commitment to examining the relationship between power and A Knowledge B War C Gender D Population 11 Which of the following is NOT a Kanatian in uence A International organizations can constrain decisionmakers by positively promoting peace B Democracies will refrain from using force against other democracies C Economically important trade creates incentives to maintain peaceful relations D Distance makes it harder and costlier to exert military power 12 expains that the fth feature of IR theory is the absence of considerations of from the main theories A Gender B Ethnicity C A and B D None of the above N 03gt 5 False Epistemology s a branch of philosophy that seeks to theorize how we gain knowledge about the world while ontology is a branch of philosophy that studies the nature of being and existence


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