SAGE Political Science & International Relations (sage political science & international relations)

Pat Shields, Editor of Armed Forces & Society, interviews author Connie Brownson about her article "The Battle for Equivalency: Female US Marines Discuss Sexuality, Physical Fitness, and Military Leadership" published in the October 2014 issue.

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Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 5:48pm EST

Claudia Aradau, Editor of Security Dialogue, discusses how worlds and the conditions of wordliness should be framed as ‘subjects of security’ with Audra Mitchell, author of Only human? A Worldy approach to security, in issue 45 (1) of Security Dialogue. Is a wordly approach necessary if we are to capture the full enormity of the harms confronted by international security? Find out more by listening to this podcast.

 

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Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 11:07am EST

Claudia Aradau, Editor of Security Dialogue, discusses the special issue on ‘Border Security as Practice’ with all three guest editors. Including how the special issue came about, and the contribution that the special issue makes to the debates about practice in International Relations and critical approaches to security more broadly. As well as analysis and critique of some of the articles in the special issue, issue 45 (3) of Security Dialogue.  Find out more by listening to this podcast.

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Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 10:18am EST

 

Author Mark A. Hager discusses his article "Engagement Motivations in Professional Associations" published in Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly.

 

Abstract:

 

This article follows Knoke in exploring how public incentives offered by professional associations (such as lobbying on behalf of collective interests) compete with private incentives (such as member networking opportunity) in promoting monetary gifts, voluntary coproduction of organizational outcomes, and commitment to the association. Olson’s contention that public goods do not motivate civic engagement has fostered several decades of research geared toward establishing the role of such goods in associational outcomes. Based on membership surveys of three engineering associations and two health care associations, the study concludes that private incentives are not universal motivators, while public incentives show some evidence of motivating engagement. Unexpected differences between the two fields of professional association are striking, prompting suggestions that current practitioners and future research give attention to field differences and resist overgeneralization regarding engagement motivations, outcomes, and commitment across professional fields.

 

Article Available Here: http://nvs.sagepub.com/content/43/2_suppl/39S.abstract

 

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Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 4:58pm EST

This Security Dialogue podcast features Carolin Kaltofen, author of Engaging Adorno: Critical security studies after emancipation which appears in the February 2013 issue of Security Dialogue, February 2013; 44(1).

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Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 11:33am EST

Guest Co-Editor Erica Chenoweth discusses the May 2013 Special Issue of Journal of Peace Research 'Understanding Nonviolent Resistance' with the journal Editor-in-Chief, Henrik Urdal. The issue was co-edited with Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham and is available online here.

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Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 11:15am EST

Featuring J. Peter Burgess and Costas M. Constantinou, guest editors of the special issue on The New Middle East: A Critical Appraisal, and hosted by Claudia Aradau.

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Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 11:00am EST

Featuring Elizabeth Dauphinee, author of Writing as hope: Reflections on The Politics of Exile, and Jenny Edkins, author of Novel writing in international relations: Openings for a creative practice which feature in the August 2013 special issue of Security Dialogue.

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Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 12:00pm EST

Security Dialogue podcast with Michael J. Shapiro, author of Go west, go east: War’s exilic subjects which features in the August 2013 special issue of Security Dialogue, August 2013; 44(4).

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Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 12:00pm EST

Featuring David J. Betz and Tim Stevens, authors of Analogical reasoning and cyber security which features in the April 2013 issue.

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Category:SAGE Political Science & International Relations -- posted at: 12:00pm EST