Year 2015, Volume , Issue 15, Pages 313 - 326 2015-06-20

ULUSAŞIRI EYLEMCİLİK VE KÜRESEL SİYASET
TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVISM AND WORLD POLITICS

Engin ERDEM [1]

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Ulusaşırı eylemcilik son dönem dünya siyasetinin birçok alanında (insan hakları, çevre, kadın hakları, kalkınma ve barış vb.) giderek ivme kazanan bir dinamik haline gelmiştir. Bu çalışma öncelikle belli başlı uluslararası ilişkiler teorilerinin ulusaşırı eylemciliğe nasıl baktığını değerlendirmektedir. Realist teoriler bu aktörlerin etkinliği konusuna şüphe ile yaklaşırken inşacı ve sosyolojik kurumsalcı yaklaşımlar ulusaşırı aktörlerin dünya siyasetinde etkin bir rol alabileceklerine destek vermektedirler. Makalenin önemli kısmını ulusaşırı aktörlerin ne zaman, nasıl ve hangi koşullarda uluslararası ilişkilerin kayda değer bir unsuru olabileceklerine dair olan tartışma oluşturmaktadır. Çalışma, ulusaşırı aktörlerin devlet merkezli Vestfalyan uluslararası sisteme meydan okuduklarını belirtirken bu aktörlerin aynı zamanda önemli eksiklikler içerdiğini iddia etmektedir. Nihai olarak çalışma, ulusaşırı eylemcilik/aktör konusunun uluslararası ilişkiler araştırmacıları için önemli fırsatlar sunduğunu savunmaktadır.

Transnational activism has become increasingly salient dynamics of world politics in several issue areas including human rights, environment, development, women‟s rights, and peace. The article first assesses how major International Relations theories look at them. While realist theories do not take them seriously, constructivism and sociological institutionalism underline the fact that transnational actors can matter in world politics. An important component of this study is that it assesses when, how, and under what conditions transnational actors can matter in international relations. Finally, the study examines areas in which transnational actors pose challenges for state-centric Westphalian international system while suggesting that they also suffer from notable limitations. In the end, the article calls for the existence of opportunities for further research
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Primary Language en
Subjects Social
Journal Section Articles
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Author: Engin ERDEM

Dates

Publication Date: June 20, 2015

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APA ERDEM, E . (2015). TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVISM AND WORLD POLITICS. Uluslararası İktisadi ve İdari İncelemeler Dergisi, (15), 313-326. DOI: 10.18092/ijeas.90257
MLA ERDEM, E . "TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVISM AND WORLD POLITICS". Uluslararası İktisadi ve İdari İncelemeler Dergisi (2015): 313-326 <http://dergipark.org.tr/ulikidince/issue/21627/232311>
Chicago ERDEM, E . "TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVISM AND WORLD POLITICS". Uluslararası İktisadi ve İdari İncelemeler Dergisi (2015): 313-326
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ISNAD ERDEM, Engin . "TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVISM AND WORLD POLITICS". Uluslararası İktisadi ve İdari İncelemeler Dergisi / 15 (June 2015): 313-326. https://doi.org/10.18092/ijeas.90257
AMA ERDEM E . TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVISM AND WORLD POLITICS. IJEAS. 2015; (15): 313-326.
Vancouver ERDEM E . TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVISM AND WORLD POLITICS. Uluslararası İktisadi ve İdari İncelemeler Dergisi. 2015; (15): 326-313.