By M. Thompson
This is often the 1st significant ecu political technology publication to debate the transforming into interdisciplinary box of 'cultural theory', offering a coherent and practicable replacement to mainstream political technology. The authors argue that 3 components - social relatives, cultural bias and behavioural process - light up political questions at a degree of research on any scale: from the loved ones to the nation; the overseas regime to the political occasion.
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Without a typology it is impossible to map the zillion of discrete opinions and actions that one comes across in empirical research, especially in case studies (Sabatier 1987). The neorealists and neoliberals get around this by collapsing all these actors onto just a single rationality, thereby reducing the whole complex process to a few state actors bumping into one another like billiard balls on a smooth baize-covered surface. Constructivists, having gone to the opposite extreme, insist that any sorting (whether it be the neorealists’ and neoliberals’ unirationality or the Cultural Theorists’ fourfold plurality) is entirely arbitrary.
Being risktakers, and keenly aware of opportunity costs, they will not be sympathetic to the precautionary principle. 10 They will look for incremental solutions rather than disruptive and largescale interventions. Favouring instruments that work with the grain of the market, rather than extensive government regulation, they will look for ways of identifying and WHOSE BEHAVIOUR IS AFFECTED BY INTERNATIONAL ANARCHY? 33 encouraging changes in production processes and shipping practices that will improve environmental quality.
E. they followed the concept of ‘best available technical means’). The chemical firms, however, first set the environmental targets, thereby ensuring that the ‘playing field’ on which they were all competing remained level, and then invented the technical means to fulfil those goals. They found the policy of applying ‘best available means’ too static. They also argued against the need for governmental regulation, and against what they saw as the exaggeration of the river’s environmental problems.
Cultural Theory as Political Science (Routledge Ecpr Studies in European Political Science, 11) by M. Thompson