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Modern constructivism

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Modern constructivism

Modern constructivism also known as conventional constructivism is the mainstream variant of constructivism in international relations theory.[1] It can be distinguished from post-modern constructivism. Modern constructivism has an epistemology indebted to positivism.

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  1. ^ Fierke, K.M., (2007) 'Constructivism' in International Relations Theories: Discipline and Diversity, Oxford: Oxford University Press, P. 172
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