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Evolutionary International Relations: A Biopolitical Framework for Teaching World Politics
Politics and the Life Sciences
Vol. 5, No. 1, Teaching about Politics and the Life Sciences (Aug., 1986), pp. 44-53
Published by: Association for Politics and the Life Sciences
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4235481
Page Count: 10
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This article pursues two goals. It sets forth a framework for incorporating life sciences materials into introductory or advanced courses in international relations. It also presents a format for processing these materials in the classroom. In pursuit of these aims, the article addresses problems commonly encountered when initially undertaking a more balanced biopolitical approach to international relations, and sets forth proposals designed to treat these problems.
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