Ders Tanımı

Ders Kodu Yarıyıl T+U Saat Kredi AKTS
Ön Koşul Dersleri
Önerilen Seçmeli Dersler
Dersin Dili Türkçe
Dersin Seviyesi Yüksek Lisans
Dersin Türü SECMELI
Dersin Koordinatörü Doç.Dr. ALİ BALCI
Dersi Verenler
Dersin Yardımcıları
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Dersin Amacı

By the end of this course students should be able;

-to identify, to outline, to analyze, and to assess critically poststructural theory in International Relations

-to have a clear sense of foreign policy analysis through poststructuralism theory

-to understand how to bring theory and case in an academic writing based on poststructuralism and Turkish foreign policy.

-to provide a well-structured and coherent presentation about the topic they choose to research on

Dersin İçeriği

This course explores different conceptual, methodological and theoretical approaches to the study poststructuralism. Structured through a series of questions, students will engage foreign policy analysis advanced by poststructuralism theory in International Relations. Having learned how poststructuralism approaches foreign policy, the course will focus on Turkish foreign policy. Through reading of some exemplary texts about Turkish foreign policy, student will be familiar to how to think, and write about case studies together with poststructuralism theory. 

Dersin Öğrenme Çıktıları Öğretim Yöntemleri Ölçme Yöntemleri
Öğretim Yöntemleri:
Ölçme Yöntemleri:

Ders Akışı


Ders Notu

Stuart Hall, “Introduction: Who Needs ‘Identity?”, Hall S. Du Gay P. (Ed.), Questions of Cultural Identity, London: Sage, 1996

Martin Müller, “Reconsidering the Concept of Discourse for the Field of Critical Geopolitics: Toward Discourse as Language and Practice”, Political Geography, 2008

Lene Hansen, Security as Practice: Discourse Analysis and Bosnian War, London: Routledge, 2013

Richard Ashley, “Untying the Sovereign State: A Double Reading of the Anarchy Problematique” Millennium, 1988

Richard Ashley, “Foreign Policy as Political Performance”, International Studies Notes, 1987

David Campbell, Writing Security: United States Foreign Policy and the Politics of Identity, University of Minnesota Press, 1992

Ernesto Laclau, New Reflections on the Revolution our Time, London: Verso, 1990

Ders Kaynakları

Ali Balcı, The PKK-Kurdistan Worker’s Party’s Regional Politics: During and After the Cold War, London: Palgrave, 2017

Ali Balci, "Writing the world into counter-hegemony: identity, power, and ‘foreign policy’ in ethnic movements." International Relations, 2017

Alper Kaliber, “Securing the Ground Through securitized Foreign policy: The Cyprus Case”, Security Dialogue, 2005

Ali Balcı, “Foreign policy as Politicking in the Sarıkız Coup Plot: Cyprus between the Coup Plotters and the JDP”, Middle East Critique, 2012

Asa Lungren, The Unwelcome Neighbor: Turkey’s Kurdish Policy, New York: I.B. Tauris, 2007

Ali Balcı, “Foreign policy as domestic power struggle: The Northern Iraq as a Battlefield Between the AKP and the TAF in 2007-8”, Turkish Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 2015

Beken Saatçioğlu, “Unpacking the Compliance Puzzle: The Case of Turkey’s AKP under EU Conditionality”, 2010 

Ali Balcı, “The Kurdish Movement’s EU Policy in Turkey: An Analysis of a Dissident Ethnic Bloc’s Foreign Policy”, Ethnicities, 2015

Ali Balcı, “When Foreign Policy Matters: The Gülen Movement’s Fight with AK Party over Iran”, Insight Turkey, 2015

Özlem Demirtaş Bagdonas, “Reading Turkey’s Foreign Policy on Syria: The AKP’s Construction of a Great Power Identity and the Politics of Grandeur”, Turkish Studies, 2014

Döküman Paylaşımı

Dersin Program Çıktılarına Katkısı

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Değerlendirme Sistemi

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