• Corpus ID: 1926516

New Directions for Experimental Work in International

  title={New Directions for Experimental Work in International},
  • Rose
  • Published 2011
  • Business
This paper provides an overview of some previous important experimental work in international relations. New substantive domains and methodological innovations for approaching innovative experimental work in international relations will each be discussed in turn. These areas of exploration include research into cross-cultural manifestations of basic psychological processes, investigations into the underlying dynamics of identity construction, transformation and rejection, and experimental… 


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