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Would-be great powers, status, and stigma: the case of Brazil, 1970-1979

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This thesis critically engages the dominant theoretical account of would-be great power status-seeking behaviour in International Relations (IR), namely Larson and Shevchenko’s social identity theory (SIT) framework. This critical engagement involves bringing the SIT framework into dialogue with a literature that it has hitherto neglected: the emerging scholarship on stigma in IR. Through this dialogical synthesis, I make two theoretical arguments. First, I argue that the SIT account of woul...

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SSD
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Politics & Int Relations
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University of Oxford
Division:
SSD
Department:
Politics & Int Relations
Sub department:
Politics & Int Relations
Oxford college:
Christ Church
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Type of award:
MPhil
Level of award:
Masters
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford
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English
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2020-08-13

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