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Craig Berry

-articulate constructivism on the basis of a critique of the main thrusts of constructivist political economy. Constructivists generally cling to the middle ground within the so-called third debate of international theory between positivist and postpositivist approaches (see Lapid, 1989). They are distinguishable from other approaches critical of positivism, mainly due to their acceptance of a material reality which is at least partly separable from the ideational realm. Less appreciated, however, is constructivism’s insistence on the importance of agency, or structure/agency duality

in Globalisation and ideology in Britain