Welsh School (security studies)

The Welsh School (sometimes the Aberystwyth School) also known as emancipatory realism is a school within the discipline of security studies. It is a critical approach that aims to link security to critical theory[1] and which relies upon insights from the Frankfurt School and Gramscian thinking for its framework. Key academics considered part of the Welsh School include Ken Booth and Richard Wyn Jones.[2]

'Welsh School' redirects here. For the school concerned with architectural stained glass see Welsh School of Architectural Glass

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References

  1. Vaughn-Williams, Nick. Peoples, Columba (2010) Critical Security Studies: An Introduction, Abingdon, Routledge, PP. 17-18
  2. Floyd, Rita (2007) ‘Towards a consequentialist evaluation of security: bringing the Copenhagen and Welsh Schools of security studies’, British International Studies Association, 33/1: 328
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