Postmodernism in Political Science
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Postmodernism in political science refers to the use of postmodern ideas in political science. Many situations which are considered political in nature can not be adequately discussed in traditional realist and liberal approaches to political science. Brief examples include the situation of a draft-age youth whose identity is claimed in national narratives of national security'' and the universalizing narratives of the rights of man,'' of the woman whose very womb is claimed by the irresolvable contesting narratives of church,'' paternity,'' economy,'' and liberal polity.'' In these cases, there are no fixed categories, stable sets of values, or common sense meanings to be understood in their scholarly exploration. Liberal approaches do not aid in understanding these types of situations; there is no individual or social or institutional structure whose values can impose a meaning or interpretive narrative.
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