Critical realism and the strategic-relational approach

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2005 Number 56

Critical realism and the strategic-relational approach
Bob Jessop, pages -

Abstract

Examining the works of Roy Bhaskar and Anthony Giddens, Jessop discusses the strategic-relational approaches of critical realism. He introduces Giddens’s structuration theory and Bhaskar’s and Margaret Archer’s applications of critical realism to structure and agency. The article suggests the advantages of a strategic-relational approach.

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