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THE LEGITMATION OF INTERNATIONAL GOVERNANCE: A DISCOURSE APPROACH
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Second, a growing already substantial body of research on (de-)legitimation practices analyses a variety of such practices such as the strategies of GGIs to secure legitimacy (e.g. Gronau and Schmidtke ; Ecker-Ehrhardt ) and media coverage of and political discourse about GGIs on the domestic level (e.g. Schmidtke and Nullmeier Based on his sociosemantic approach to discourse strategies, Van Leeuwen () postulates a grammar of legitimation (). This approach is used to uncover the many subtle and tacitly racist ideologies underpinning immigration policy (Van Leeuwen and Wodak, ).
The book addresses each one of these aspects, along with examples from texts of public domain (interviews, political discourses, advertisements), covering selected social research issues, such as discourse in new capitalism, governance, social structures, hegemony, legitimation, s: This chapter examines how the Chinese Communist Party has employed the discourse of stability to legitimate its authority since At the theoretical level, the Weberian understanding of legitimation is situated within the strategic-relational approach in order to better conceptualize the role played by discourse in legitimating regimes. At the methodical level, the stability discourse is.
This edited volume advances existing research on the production and use of expert knowledge by international bureaucracies. Given the complexity, technicality and apparent apolitical character of the issues dealt with in global governance arenas, ‘evidence-based’ policy-making has imposed itself as the best way to evaluate the risks and consequences of political action in global arenas. A Foucauldian approach to discourse, power and governmentality is better able to capture the way in which the good governance discourse legitimises the operationalisation of a liberal form of power. The good governance agenda must be placed within the broader context of development discourse.
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This article presents a discourse approach to the study of legitimacy of governance beyond the democratic state. It starts from the empirical question of how international organizations legitimate The Legitimation of International Governance: A Discourse Approach - Jens Steffek, Skip to main contentCited by: This article presents a discourse approach to the study of legitimacy of governance beyond the democratic state.
It starts from the empirical question of how international organizations legitimate Author: Jens Steffek. THE LEGITIMACY OF INTERNATIONAL GOVERNANCE: A COMING CHALLENGE FOR INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW. By Daniel Bodansky* I. INTRODUCTION This article is about a problem onlyjust becoming visible: the legitimacy of international environmental law, and more specifically, the perception that the international.
This book offers a transdisciplinary perspective on the question of how political legitimacy is constructed in the increasingly contested postnational setting of the European : Palgrave Macmillan.
The legitimation of international organisations: examining the identity of the communities that grant legitimacy - Volume 37 Issue 5 - JONATHAN SYMONS ‘The Legitimation of International Governance: A Discourse Approach The Real World of International Trade Negotiations (New York: Zed Books ), p.
38 Florini, ‘Evolution’, p Cited by: A discourse approach refers to the social mechanism through which legitimation functions, not to any particular set of institutional characteristics. A look at discourses is critically important as ‘genuine legitimacy is built over time by the discursive, critical examination of institutions and their actions’ (Parkinson, ).
This special issue aims to advance the empirical study of legitimacy and legitimation in global governance. It engages with the question of when, how, and why international organizations (IOs) gain, sustain, and lose legitimacy in world politics.
A Discourse-Institutional Approach to the Governance of Sustainability This section sets out an approach to the governance of environmental sustainability, which brings together thinking about critical discourse analysis and neo-institutional theory.
9 Steffek, Jens, ‘ The legitimation of international governance: a discourse approach ’, European Journal of International Relations, 9: 2 (), pp. –75; Buchanan and Keohane, ‘The legitimacy of global governance institutions’; Beetham, David, The Legitimation of Power (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, ).
Table plots the registers along which the practices of legitimation play out against each of the cross-cutting dimensions that come up due to case selection and approach, which are choices guided by analysts’ contextual knowledge.
This makes the practices of legitimation pliable and oriented at situated analyses of accountability. They can inform interdisciplinary analysis and identify. 11 Jens Steffek, 'The Legitimation of International Governance: A Discourse Approach', European Journal of International Relations, (), p.
Thomas M. Franck, The Power of Legitimacy Among Nations (New York: Oxford University Press, ). J John Gerard Ruggie, 'Reconstituting the Global Public Domain - Issues, Actors and Practices. The Legitimation of Power by David Beetham is a famous political theory text.
The book examines the legitimation of power as an essential issue for social scientists to take into account, looking at both relationships between legitimacy and the variety of contemporary political systems.
PDF | In this article, I argue that much of the discourse observable within the UN constitutes neither unnecessary and unproductive ‘talk’ nor efforts | Find, read and cite all the research. Specifically, the volume asks how international judicial lawmaking scores when it comes to democratic legitimation.
It formulates this question as part of the broader quest for legitimate global governance and places it within the context of the research project on the exercise of international public authority at the Max Planck Institute for.
the production and legitimation of distinct discourses of polycentricity is an articulation This article adopts a scaled discourse-analytical approach to study polycentric discourse in city planning in China. First, plan making is based on the definition of urban governance. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research Bernstein's approach to sociological legitimation provides a theoretical starting point to analyze the perceived legitimacy of global climate governance.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. 1 1 FOSSIL FUEL, CAPITALISM, AND THE STATE: A CRITICAL APPROACH TO THE INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE DISCOURSE by Jonathan Sas B.A (Honours), The University of Toronto, A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS in The Faculty of Graduate Studies (Political Science) THE.
The notion that the rule of law embodies or guarantees all the essential requirements for a perfectly just society is extravagant and naïve. Nonetheless, the rule of law remains an essential human virtue whose usefulness the world has yet to outgrow.
Using the rule of law as a mobilising theme, this book recasts Western theories of law, good governance and development in a.
The governance of global, systemic risks requires an integrative approach involving governments, intergovernmental organizations, industry, academia and civil society.
Risk accompanies change. It is a permanent and important part of life and the willingness and capacity to take and accept risk is crucial for achieving economic development and. International Institute for Educational Planning rue Eugène Delacroix, Paris tenuous and reliant on the rightness of the approach rather than on proof of outcomes (Cleaver, ).
In exploring key assumptions in the governance discourse, this book suggests that.Postdisciplinary Studies in Discourse engages in the exchange between discourse theory and analysis while putting emphasis on the intellectual challenges in discourse research.
Moving beyond disciplinary divisions in today's social sciences, the contributions deal with critical issues at the intersections between language and society.The books illustrate a growing attention to these actors, not merely as armed spoilers, but as legitimate incumbents in national elections and providers of local governance.
They also highlight the challenges this approach creates for traditional International Relations (IR) frameworks, in which such actors are not easily situated.