11 black & white illustrations, 5 black & white tables, 6 black & white line drawings
Andreas Gofas, Colin Hay
Table Of Contents
INTRODUCTION The Ideational Turn and the Persistence of Perennial Dualisms Andreas Gofas and Colin Hay PART I: REFLECTIONS ON THE IDEATIONAL TURN 1. Varieties of Ideational Explanations Andreas Gofas and Colin Hay 2. Ideational Analysis, Political Change and Immanent Causality Lars Tonder 3. Everyday Legitimacy and Institutional Change Leonard Seabrooke PART II: IDEAS, DISCOURSES AND POLICY ANALYSIS 4. Narratives of Neoliberalism: The Role of Everyday Media Practices and the Reproduction of Dominant Ideas David Hudson and Mary Martin 5. Beyond the Rationalist Bias: On the Ideational Construction of Risk Oliver Kessler 6. Examining Ideas Empirically: The Political Discourse of Globalization in Ireland Nicola Jo-Anne Smith PART III: RESPONSES 7. Some Reflections on Ideas, Ontology, and Where We Go Next Mark Blyth and Vivien Schmidt 8. On Setting and Upsetting Agendas: Blyth on Gofas & Hay, Tonder, and Seabrooke Mark Blyth 9.On Putting Ideas into Perspective: Schmidt on Kessler, Martin & Hudson, and Smith Vivien Schmidt
Andreas Gofas is a Lecturer in International Relations at Panteion University in Athens, Greece. Colin Hay is Professor of Political Analysis at the University of Sheffield.