The Merging of Security and Development in Context

  • Eamonn McConnon
Part of the Rethinking International Development series book series (RID)


This chapter establishes the theoretical framework for this research. It reviews the state of the art and identifies three different strands of ‘optimists’, ‘sceptics’ and ‘denialists’. It argues that Ulrich Beck’s (Risk society: towards a new modernity. Sage, London, 1992) idea of the ‘risk society’ is the most appropriate theoretical position to examine multiple cases over an extended period of time as it allows an analysis of multiple contexts to address the gaps in the three main strands in the literature. The work of Beck is important because it allows a nuanced analysis of the merging of security and development in instances where there is no immediate security threat or security outcome.


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  • Eamonn McConnon
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