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DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY: Many Theories, One World

Estrada Quero, Fabian LU (2011) SIMT29 20111
Department of Political Science
Master of Science in Development Studies
Graduate School
Abstract
Abstract




Development and security have historically fashioned distinct discourses. More recently, they have been inevitably linked both in discourse and policy, having as a consequence the so-called development–security nexus. The goal of this paper is to examine the construction of notions and the establishment and consolidation of the discourses that the main theories that shape the field of Development Studies and International Security have created across time. In so doing, the first part of this paper will try to explain how theories that explain development and underdevelopment understand International Security. The second part introduces the term Human Security. Consequently, this work will discuss if the theories that... (More)
Abstract




Development and security have historically fashioned distinct discourses. More recently, they have been inevitably linked both in discourse and policy, having as a consequence the so-called development–security nexus. The goal of this paper is to examine the construction of notions and the establishment and consolidation of the discourses that the main theories that shape the field of Development Studies and International Security have created across time. In so doing, the first part of this paper will try to explain how theories that explain development and underdevelopment understand International Security. The second part introduces the term Human Security. Consequently, this work will discuss if the theories that explain development and underdevelopment have been important to the improvement of the Human Security paradigm. (Less)
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author
Estrada Quero, Fabian LU
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SIMT29 20111
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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Keywords: Development, Underdevelopment, International Security, Modernization theory, dependency theory, post-development theory, capability approach, Critical Security, Human Security.
language
English
id
2117677
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2011-09-02 09:21:45
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  abstract     = {Abstract




Development and security have historically fashioned distinct discourses. More recently, they have been inevitably linked both in discourse and policy, having as a consequence the so-called development–security nexus. The goal of this paper is to examine the construction of notions and the establishment and consolidation of the discourses that the main theories that shape the field of Development Studies and International Security have created across time. In so doing, the first part of this paper will try to explain how theories that explain development and underdevelopment understand International Security. The second part introduces the term Human Security. Consequently, this work will discuss if the theories that explain development and underdevelopment have been important to the improvement of the Human Security paradigm.},
  author       = {Estrada Quero, Fabian},
  keyword      = {Keywords: Development,Underdevelopment,International Security,Modernization theory,dependency theory,post-development theory,capability approach,Critical Security,Human Security.},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY: Many Theories, One World},
  year         = {2011},
}