The 'Man' Question in International Relations

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Notes
1.
Arthur Brittan, Masculinity and Power ( Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1989), p. 200.
2.
Tania Modleski, Feminism Without Women: Culture and Criticism in a "Postfeminist" Age ( London: Routledge, 1991), p. 5.
3.
Fred Halliday, "Hidden from International Relations: Women and the International Arena," Millennium 17, 3 ( 1988), pp. 419-428.
7.
See Yosef Lapid, "The Third Debate: On the Prospects of International Theory in a Post-Positivist Era," International Studies Quarterly 33, 3 ( 1989), pp. 235-254; and Steve Smith, "The Self-Images of a Discipline: A Genealogy of International Relations Theory," in Ken Booth and Steve Smith, eds., International Relations Theory Today ( Cambridge: Polity Press, 1995), pp. 1-37.
8.
See Rob Walker and Richard Ashley, eds., "Speaking the Language of Exile: Dissidence in International Studies," special issue of International Studies Quarterly 34, 3 ( 1990).
9.
Christopher Coker, "Women and International Relations," Salisbury Review ( June 1990), pp. 23-27.
13.
Lord Max Beloff, "Elite and Proud of It," Times Higher Education Supplement ( August 9, 1996), p. 13.
14.
For a clear analysis of this problem, see Marysia Zalewski, "Well, What Is the Feminist Perspective on Bosnia?" International Affairs 71, 2 ( 1995), pp. 339-356.
15.
Steve Smith, "Positivism and Beyond," in Steve Smith, Ken Booth, and Marysia Zalewski, eds., International Theory: Positivism and Beyond ( Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996), pp. 11-44; and Smith, "The Self-Images of a Discipline."
16.
See Sandra Harding, especially The Science Question in Feminism (Milton Keynes, England: Open University Press, 1986); Mary Hawkesworth, "Knowers, Knowing, Known: Feminist Theory and Claims of Truth," Signs 14, 3 ( 1989), pp. 533-557; Linda Alcoff and Elizabeth Potter, eds., Feminist Epistemology ( New York: Routledge, 1993).
17.
Halliday, "Hidden from International Relations," p. 426.
19.
Robert Keohane, "International Relations Theory: Contributions of a Feminist Standpoint," Millennium 18, 2 ( 1989), pp. 245-253. See also in reply to this, Cynthia Weber, "Good Girls, Little Girls and Bad Girls: Male Paranoia in Robert Keohane's Critique of Feminist International Relations," Millennium 22, 2 ( 1994), pp. 337-349.
20.
Steve Smith, "The Forty Years Detour: The Resurgence of Normative Theory in International Relations," Millennium 21, 3 ( 1992), pp. 489-506.
21.
Marysia Zalewski, "The Women/'Women' Question in International Relations," Millennium 23, 2 ( 1994), pp. 407-423.

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