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Activity: “PICTURE ANALYSIS”
Study the pictures below and answer the questions that follow.
1. What can you say about the pictures above?
2. How can you relate this to your daily life?
3. What do you think are two concepts of
institutionalism that you can get from the pictures
above?
Institutionalism
 Institutions are patterns, norms rules and schemes that
govern and direct social thought and action.
 Institutionalism, therefore, is an approach that aims to
understand and analyze how actions, thoughts, and
meanings penetrate into the social consciousness deeply
enough to embed themselves into social psyche.
 Institutions provide social legitimacy and survival through
Isomorphism.
 Isomorphism refers to the similarity in form, shape or
Institutions arise, change, and persist due to their regulative,
normative and cognitive functions. These functions are
isomorphic in nature as they adopt in form, shape or structure
to provide social legitimacy, survival or both.
Three functions of Isomorphism:
 regulative function operates through coercive isomorphism, which places
value on expediency as effect of compliance. Change either happens or not
depending on external factors such as rules and laws.
 normative function operates through normative isomorphism, which places
value on complying with social obligations. Change either happens or not
depending on external factors such as accreditations and certifications.
 cognitive function operates through mimetic isomorphism, which places value
on factors such as uncertainty and prevalence of others’ performance.
Key Concepts in Institutionalism
Formal and Informal Institutions
Formal and Informal institutions can be distinguished by what rules, practices and norms
they derive authority from.
 Formal institutions are codified rules, policies and norms that are considered official,
originating from state laws, government or organizations.
Examples: constitution, official law, regulation, standards enforced by the state.
 Informal institutions, on the other hand, are equally known rules and norms but are not
commonly written down. Informal institutions are social practices that have been
commonly viewed as acceptable and are more persistent than codified laws like that of
formal institutions.
Examples: Informal institutions, social norms, attitudes, traditions, self-enforced morals
Important Theorists on Institutionalism
David Mitrany (1888-1975)
He was a Romanian-born British scholar, historian, and political theorist.
Mitrany is considered as the father of functionalism in international relations,
which is classified under liberal institutionalism.
Functionalism, as applied to the study of states, proposes an alternative to
territorialism, which is the foundation from which states derive their power of
authority from territory.
Functionalism explains that a state’s authority lies in functions and needs, and
the ability to provide for those needs. Its sees scientific knowledge and
technological advancements as sources of authority from which the state can
derive its power.
Territory then becomes negligible and focuses instead on expertise and the
ability to produce what is needed by the people or by other states.
Jean Monnet (1888-1979)
 He was a French political economist and diplomat.
 As one of the originators of the European Union, he saw how the needs of
the state are to be achieved through the principle of supranationality.
 As Mitrany argued against territory being the source of authority, Monnet
used the argument to erase country borderlines.
 During Monnet’s time, coal production was abundant in Germany, which
was still under the sanctions imposed by the Allies’ victory after World War
II. France at that time also needed some coal. Given the situation, Germany
needed some sanctions to be lifted so as to gain some economic growth,
while France needed coal to get back to its pre-war economic status.
Types of Institutionalism:
1. Normative institutionalism - is a sociological
interpretation of institutions and holds that a “logic of
appropriateness” guides the behavior of actors within an
institution. It predicts that the norms and formal rules of
institutions will shape the actions of those acting within
them.
2. Rational Choice Institutionalism- is a
theoretical approach to the study of institutions
arguing that actors use institutions to maximize
their utility. However, actors face rule-based
constraints which influence their behavior.
3. Historical institutionalism – is a new
institutionalist social science approach that
emphasizes how timing, sequences and path
dependence affect institutions, and shape social,
political, economic behavior and change.
4. Sociological institutionalism – is a form of new
institutionalism that concerns “the way in which
institutions create meaning for individuals,
providing important theoretical building blocks
for normative institutionalism within political
science”.
5. Institutional Economics – focuses on understanding the role
of the evolutionary process and the role of institutions in
shaping economic behavior.
6. Discursive institutionalism – is an umbrella concept for
approaches that concern themselves with the substantive
content of ideas and the interactive processes of discourse in
institutional context.
7. Constructivist institutionalism – According to multiple theorists,
this is so whether the field in question is directly denoted as or has
to do more with bringing constructivist ideas into some other field,
or with bringing ideas back into the theory in contrast against
structuralist and/or system.
8. Feminist institutionalism – is a new institutionalist approach that
looks at how gender norms operate within institutions and how
institutional processes construct and maintain gender power
dynamic.
Activity 2:
Basic Radial Directions: Using the box below, give examples of Formal and Informal Institutions.
1. These are codified rules, policies, and norms
that are considered official, originating from
state laws, government or organizations.
2. He saw how the needs of the state are to be
achieved through the principle of
supranationality.
Assessment:
3. This refers to the people who make up society,
whose actions are controlled and regulated by
institutions.
4. It operates through mimetic isomorphism, which
places values on what is being complied with by others.
5. The father of functionalism in international relation
under liberal institutionalism.
Assessment:
6. It is a sociological interpretation of institutions and
holds that a “logic of appropriateness” guides the
behavior of actors within an institution.
7. Refers to an approach that aims to understand and
analyze how actions, thoughts and meaning penetrate
into the social consciousness deeply enough to embed
themselves into the social psyche.
8. These are patterns, routines, norms and rules that govern
and direct social thought and action.
9. Refers to social practices that have been commonly
viewed as acceptable and more persistent than codified
laws.
10. It operates through coercive isomorphism, which places
value on expediency as an effect of compliance.

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3Institutionalism.pptx

  • 1. Activity: “PICTURE ANALYSIS” Study the pictures below and answer the questions that follow.
  • 2. 1. What can you say about the pictures above? 2. How can you relate this to your daily life? 3. What do you think are two concepts of institutionalism that you can get from the pictures above?
  • 4.  Institutions are patterns, norms rules and schemes that govern and direct social thought and action.  Institutionalism, therefore, is an approach that aims to understand and analyze how actions, thoughts, and meanings penetrate into the social consciousness deeply enough to embed themselves into social psyche.
  • 5.  Institutions provide social legitimacy and survival through Isomorphism.  Isomorphism refers to the similarity in form, shape or Institutions arise, change, and persist due to their regulative, normative and cognitive functions. These functions are isomorphic in nature as they adopt in form, shape or structure to provide social legitimacy, survival or both.
  • 6. Three functions of Isomorphism:  regulative function operates through coercive isomorphism, which places value on expediency as effect of compliance. Change either happens or not depending on external factors such as rules and laws.  normative function operates through normative isomorphism, which places value on complying with social obligations. Change either happens or not depending on external factors such as accreditations and certifications.  cognitive function operates through mimetic isomorphism, which places value on factors such as uncertainty and prevalence of others’ performance.
  • 7. Key Concepts in Institutionalism Formal and Informal Institutions Formal and Informal institutions can be distinguished by what rules, practices and norms they derive authority from.  Formal institutions are codified rules, policies and norms that are considered official, originating from state laws, government or organizations. Examples: constitution, official law, regulation, standards enforced by the state.  Informal institutions, on the other hand, are equally known rules and norms but are not commonly written down. Informal institutions are social practices that have been commonly viewed as acceptable and are more persistent than codified laws like that of formal institutions. Examples: Informal institutions, social norms, attitudes, traditions, self-enforced morals
  • 8. Important Theorists on Institutionalism David Mitrany (1888-1975) He was a Romanian-born British scholar, historian, and political theorist. Mitrany is considered as the father of functionalism in international relations, which is classified under liberal institutionalism. Functionalism, as applied to the study of states, proposes an alternative to territorialism, which is the foundation from which states derive their power of authority from territory. Functionalism explains that a state’s authority lies in functions and needs, and the ability to provide for those needs. Its sees scientific knowledge and technological advancements as sources of authority from which the state can derive its power. Territory then becomes negligible and focuses instead on expertise and the ability to produce what is needed by the people or by other states.
  • 9. Jean Monnet (1888-1979)  He was a French political economist and diplomat.  As one of the originators of the European Union, he saw how the needs of the state are to be achieved through the principle of supranationality.  As Mitrany argued against territory being the source of authority, Monnet used the argument to erase country borderlines.  During Monnet’s time, coal production was abundant in Germany, which was still under the sanctions imposed by the Allies’ victory after World War II. France at that time also needed some coal. Given the situation, Germany needed some sanctions to be lifted so as to gain some economic growth, while France needed coal to get back to its pre-war economic status.
  • 10. Types of Institutionalism: 1. Normative institutionalism - is a sociological interpretation of institutions and holds that a “logic of appropriateness” guides the behavior of actors within an institution. It predicts that the norms and formal rules of institutions will shape the actions of those acting within them.
  • 11. 2. Rational Choice Institutionalism- is a theoretical approach to the study of institutions arguing that actors use institutions to maximize their utility. However, actors face rule-based constraints which influence their behavior.
  • 12. 3. Historical institutionalism – is a new institutionalist social science approach that emphasizes how timing, sequences and path dependence affect institutions, and shape social, political, economic behavior and change.
  • 13. 4. Sociological institutionalism – is a form of new institutionalism that concerns “the way in which institutions create meaning for individuals, providing important theoretical building blocks for normative institutionalism within political science”.
  • 14. 5. Institutional Economics – focuses on understanding the role of the evolutionary process and the role of institutions in shaping economic behavior. 6. Discursive institutionalism – is an umbrella concept for approaches that concern themselves with the substantive content of ideas and the interactive processes of discourse in institutional context.
  • 15. 7. Constructivist institutionalism – According to multiple theorists, this is so whether the field in question is directly denoted as or has to do more with bringing constructivist ideas into some other field, or with bringing ideas back into the theory in contrast against structuralist and/or system. 8. Feminist institutionalism – is a new institutionalist approach that looks at how gender norms operate within institutions and how institutional processes construct and maintain gender power dynamic.
  • 16. Activity 2: Basic Radial Directions: Using the box below, give examples of Formal and Informal Institutions.
  • 17. 1. These are codified rules, policies, and norms that are considered official, originating from state laws, government or organizations. 2. He saw how the needs of the state are to be achieved through the principle of supranationality. Assessment:
  • 18. 3. This refers to the people who make up society, whose actions are controlled and regulated by institutions. 4. It operates through mimetic isomorphism, which places values on what is being complied with by others. 5. The father of functionalism in international relation under liberal institutionalism. Assessment:
  • 19. 6. It is a sociological interpretation of institutions and holds that a “logic of appropriateness” guides the behavior of actors within an institution. 7. Refers to an approach that aims to understand and analyze how actions, thoughts and meaning penetrate into the social consciousness deeply enough to embed themselves into the social psyche.
  • 20. 8. These are patterns, routines, norms and rules that govern and direct social thought and action. 9. Refers to social practices that have been commonly viewed as acceptable and more persistent than codified laws. 10. It operates through coercive isomorphism, which places value on expediency as an effect of compliance.

Editor's Notes

  1. In order to understand institutionalism, it is important to first define institutions in this theoretical perspective.
  2. It is understood to guide behavior through the force of formal rules and sanctions 2. It guides behavior through social norms of acceptability and morality. 3. It guides behavior through deeply entrenched assumptions and conceptions of the “way the world is”.
  3. Formal Institution Jean Monnet
  4. 3. Institutional actors 4. Cognitive function 5. David Mitrany
  5. 6. Normative institutionalism 7. Institutionalism
  6. 8. Institutions 9. Informal institutions 10. Regulative function