Master’s degree in a relevant subject, or equivalent (a good Honours degree may be considered).
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Areas of research include: the theory and practice of citizenship; democracy, democratic participation and democratic accountability; public policy; theories of justice; migration and ethics; energy politics; the changing structures and practice of governance; international relations theory; international political economy; security studies; foreign policy; nuclear history; development; human rights; globalisation and global governance.
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Two main areas of research - Citizenship and democracy; Globalisation, global governance and security studies. Specialisms within these areas include political theory; gender and equal opportunity studies; multi-culturalism and politics of recognition; feminist political theory; sovereignty and obligation.
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- Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences
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