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Department
Political Science
Course
PSCI 281
Professor
Veronica Kitchen
Semester
Winter

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Handout – Identity PSCI 281 Major Questions: What is identity? How does identity work in international politics? Review: Social Constructivism Post-Structuralism Logic of Appropriateness Norms Concepts: Self/Other: An identity (Self) is always constructed in relation to an Other. This Other does not need to be an opposite, or even a different actor (it could be the Self at a different point in time) but one cannot imagine the identity of the Self unless you can imagine something that is different from the Self. Salience: Different facets of an actor’s identity may be more or less relevant a
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