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Between the Covers: International Relations in Books
PS: Political Science and Politics
AbstractEfforts to systematize our knowledge of international relations (IR) have tended to focus on journal articles while ignoring books. In contrast, we argue that to know IR we must know IR books. To this end, this article presents the first systematic analysis of such books based on coding 500 IR texts published by leading presses against variables covering methodology, theoretical paradigm, and policy application. We compare the results with those of the Teaching, Research, anddoi:10.1017/s1049096512001291 fatcat:eswmkiqo3rdwhfbkocwjaxv3le