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For the twins Frank and Mary described in Section2.8, consider Marys one-way trip at a

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Problem 90

For the twins Frank and Mary described in Section2.8, consider Marys one-way trip at a speed of 0.8c tothe star system 8 lightyears from Earth. Compute thespacetime interval s in the fi xed frame and s in themoving frame, and compare the results.

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Political Science 310 Section 3 Pt 1.4 - Constructivist theory o Ideas, interests, and identities  Socially constructed through interacted processes  Agents of politics  Ideas matter  Actions and words make society  Society shapes our actions and words and makes the rules  International system = social construct - Feminist theory o Evacuation from women in international relations theory o International relations is largely conducted by men and studied from a male point of view, ignoring or under-representing the role of women o Gender = social construction of the difference between men and women  Gender = a mix of social and cultural norms as well as one’s own sense of identity o Examines how different concepts are gendered (sovereignty)  Gender – as –difference  Gender – as – power o Tickner – be more objective - Constructivist theory o Rules tell us:  Key players (who has agency) *power in a given situation  No one actor in the international system is an agent in all policy situations  Rules instruct, direct, and commit actors to take certain actions  Sovereignty didn’t always exist so let’s think about if we should change it o NIKI  Norms  Interests  Knowledge

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