Theorizing States’ Emotions

@article{Sasley2011TheorizingSE,
  title={Theorizing States’ Emotions},
  author={Brent E. Sasley},
  journal={International Studies Review},
  year={2011},
  volume={13},
  pages={452-476}
}
This article starts from the assumption that emotions are inherently part of life in the international system, but that this is not as well reflected in the discipline of International Relations. The study of emotions can be incorporated more systematically into the discipline through more rigorous theorizing about how states—as main actors in world politics—experience and act on emotions. To do so, I draw on intergroup emotions theory, an emerging area of research in social psychology. This… Expand
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