Sociological liberalism

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Sociological liberalism is an international relations theory. It is critical of realist theory which it sees as too state-centric. Sociological liberals see international relations in terms of relationships between people, groups and organisations in different countries. Many sociological liberals believe that increased transnational relations could help create new forms of human society.[1]


  1. ^ Jackson, Robert and Georg Sorensen (2006). Introduction to International Relations: theories and approaches. Oxford: OUP, 3rd edition, p100