P.S: Please respond as it's your own assignment. I will accept your thought about the topic (subject). Please take your time to read the whole post to understand what to be done for this question.
PS: YOUR ANSWER should be analytic in nature and include examples that can bolster your argument. YOUR ANSWER should be free of any spelling or grammar errors and properly cited in Turabian format. At least 3 references. Make sure to proofread carefully.
Your initial post should be at least 500 words. Concerning the references you must include scholarly references, and the references for the reading assigned to you for this forum question.
FORUM QUESTION FOR THIS WEEK
Alternative Approaches: Feminism, Post-Structuralism, (Neo) Marxism
Critical theoretical approaches (such as Feminism and Post-Structuralism) argue that the scientific method/positivism is an inappropriate tool for the study of international relations. Do you agree? Why? Regardless of your answer, offer at least two advantages of the use of Critical Theory in the study of International Relations.
Be sure to cite all references and the references from this week reading.
P.S: Email from my professor concerning me getting bad grade for the past 4 weeks for the weekly forum assignment.
"One of the reasons that your grades for the forums are where they are is because you are not actually using the class material to address the forum question. Your last forum post doesn't refer to any of the class readings at all, so it is hard for me to assess whether you are even reading them. Have a good thanksgiving." Please read and cite the forum reading: Look for the attachment mentioned - LESSON Alternative Approaches: Feminism, and Critical Theory
Last week Instructor Comment:
"You should focus on the forum question. Also, make sure to use the readings that you were assigned for some of your references."
Expert, please when responding to my weekly post cite the weekly material (The reading), I will appreciate that. Please look for the reading & resources attachment.
Hi and thank you for using Brainmass. The solution below should get you started. In this particular task, you are asking for help in putting together a discussion on critical theories. Since you are being asked to utilize ideas from your resources, it is a good thing that you have listed them here. I see that your professor is marking down your answers because it uses outside resources. This shouldn't be the case if you are completing the task anyway; in fact you should be applauded for your initiative. Be that as it may however, it's always good to balance things with using resources from your class. Since you listed them here, it should be easy to cite from them. If it's modern critical theories you are expected to critique, just feature on both 3. I suggest using this outline:
1. On Modern critical theory approaches - 100 words
2. Feminism - 100 words
3. Post-structuralism - 100 words
4. Neo-Marxism - 100 words
5. Opinion - 100 words
This should cover what you need. Just let me know via the feedback section if you need further clarification. All the best with your studies. Just in case, I have also used citations other than which was listed so you can study further.
AE 105878/Xenia Jones
For your Turabian Guide - http://www.press.uchicago.edu/books/turabian/turabian_citationguide.html
Modern Critical Theory
When we talk of critical methods, we are referring to theories, processes and methods of study and investigation that go beyond the exploration of a phenomenon and knowing what can be known. The results of such a study are determined to have a purpose - the application of which can find potential use in resolving social issues, or finding solutions to problems as well as providing new ways of thinking and doing. In the social sciences, especially in political science, sociology and ...
The solution provides information, assistance and advise in tackling the task (see above) on the topic of modern critical theories with a focus on feminism, neo-Marxism and post-structuralism. Resources are listed for further exploration of the topic.