Terrorism and Violent Conflict: Women's Agency, Leadership, by Lori Poloni-Staudinger,Candice D. Ortbals

By Lori Poloni-Staudinger,Candice D. Ortbals

This e-book explores how gender intersects with political violence, and especially terrorism.  We ask how gender family members and understandings of femininity and masculinity impression political violence, including politics on the topic of terrorism, kingdom terrorism, and genocide. We examine how girls deal with and effect the politics of terrorism and genocide. The book’s targets are descriptive and analytical.  We (1) describe in what methods ladies are current (and/or perceived as absent) in political contexts regarding violence, and (2) learn what gender assumptions, identities, and frames ladies face and themselves convey and act upon relating to political violence encountered of their lives.  The manuscript is split into seven chapters: advent, girls as victims/survivors of violence, ladies as perpetrators of violence, girls in social activities responding to violence, girls politicians prime coverage concerning violence, the general public opinion of ladies and males bearing on violence, and a conclusion.  every one bankruptcy explores the intersection among gender and terrorism in the course of the lens of the bankruptcy focus.

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