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Third World Security School

The Third World Security School is a name given to a school of thought in security studies that focuses on the security concerns of the so-called Third World.[1] Roe cites Ayoob and Job as examples of academics whose scholarship belongs to this school.[2] One of the first major statements of this school came from Caroline Thomas and her 1987 work In Search of Security.[3]

References

  1. ^ Roe, Paul 'Societal Security' in A. Collins (ed.) 'Contemporary Security Studies', Oxford: Oxford University Press, p 179
  2. ^ Roe, Paul 'Societal Security' in A. Collins (ed.) 'Contemporary Security Studies', Oxford: Oxford University Press, p 179
  3. ^ Stuart Croft, Terry Terriff (2000), Critical reflections on security and change,Oregon: Frank Cass Publishers, p. 81
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