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Constructivism: An Introduction

Behravesh, Maysam LU (2011)
Abstract
As a form of reflectivist critique of the scientific approach to the study of social sciences, constructivism was initially developed as a mostly interpretive metatheory. Its substantial and wide-ranging influence perhaps derives from the fact that what it says seems to be just common sense. Its insights apply to our individual experiences in life; as individuals our identities change over time and so do our interests.
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constructivism, identities, interests, change, reflectivist, interpretive
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e-International Relations (e-IR)
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English
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