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丛书名:国际政治论坛
韩叶   社会科学文献出版社  2019-09 出版
ISBN:978-7-5201-5073-6

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本书以“在什么条件下,国际河流水资源分配问题会产生合作”为研究问题,通过运用结构与行动者互构理论,首先分析了水权争议是规范竞争对流域国家建构的结果,显示了社会结构对行动者的影响。继而,通过在结构与行动者之间插入一个新的层次,即流域的水关系历史,分析流域文化、身份以及流域历史记忆所构成的流域关系对社会结构的形成与行动者的认知产生了怎样的作用及意义。同时,也为国际河流水资源分配中合作机制——情境敏感机制的建立提供了分析基础。
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  • 文前辅文
  • 导论 结构与行动者互构在国际河流水资源分配中的再现
    1. 第一节 国际河流水资源分配中的难题
    2. 第二节 规范竞争及中层理论对结构与行动者互构理论的意义
    3. 第三节 建构国际河流水资源分配实践的中层理论
  • 第一章 水资源分配中的权利规范竞争与权利合法性
    1. 第一节 权利规范及规范竞争的概念
    2. 第二节 时间与空间的较量:占有权与所有权规范的竞争
    3. 第三节 水权争议:水资源分配政策偏好的冲突
    4. 小结
  • 第二章 国际河流的水权争议:约旦河流域与两河流域
    1. 第一节 约旦河流域水权合法性的竞争
    2. 第二节 如何使用:两河流域水资源使用中的合法性危机
    3. 小结
  • 第三章 国际河流的分配合作:关系情境与情境敏感
    1. 第一节 中层理论在国际河流分配研究中的应用
    2. 第二节 水关系情境的社会建构作用
    3. 第三节 情境敏感与政策调整
    4. 小结
  • 第四章 连续一致的动机:尼罗河的水资源分配争议
    1. 第一节 身份问题:尼罗河流域的水权敏感源
    2. 第二节 埃及与埃塞俄比亚的水权互动:连续一致的动机
    3. 小结
  • 第五章 情境敏感与国际河流分配争议的转机
    1. 第一节 收益共享:印度与尼泊尔水争议的转机
    2. 第二节 非国际化:印度与孟加拉国水争议的转机
    3. 小结
  • 结语
    1. 一 “合法性”与国际河流水资源分配
    2. 二 有待深入的研究问题
    3. 三 权利合法性竞争与规范研究纲领
  • 后记
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