Rethinking the life cycles of international norms: The United Nations and the global promotion of gender equality

@article{Krook2012RethinkingTL,
  title={Rethinking the life cycles of international norms: The United Nations and the global promotion of gender equality},
  author={M. L. Krook and J. True},
  journal={European Journal of International Relations},
  year={2012},
  volume={18},
  pages={103 - 127}
}
The diffusion of international norms and their effects on policy and political behaviour are central research questions in international relations. Informed by constructivism, prevailing models are marked by a crucial tension between a static view of norm content and a dynamic picture of norm adoption and implementation. Observing that norms continue to evolve after they emerge, we argue that a discursive approach offers a more promising way forward for theorizing and analysing the life cycles… Expand
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