Female Combatants in Conflict and Peace
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Female Combatants in Conflict and Peace

Challenging Gender in Violence and Post-Conflict Reintegration
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ISBN-13:
9781137516565
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
254
Autor:
Seema Shekhawat
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
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1 - PDF Watermark
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Introduction: Women in Conflict and Peace Making; Seema Shekhawat
1. Women in Combat: Identifying Global Trends; Carol Mann
2. Catch them Young: Participation and Roles of Girl Child Soldiers in Armed Conflicts; Shawna Carroll
3. Female Combatants, Peace Process and the Exclusion; Seema Shekhawat and Bishnu Pathak
4. Gendering Conflict Analysis: Analyzing Israeli Female Combatants ' ' Experiences; Ayelet Harel-Shalev and Shir Daphna-Tekoah
5. Female Combatants in the Syrian Conflict, in the Fight against or with the IS and in the Peace Process; Emanuela C. Del Re
6. Visible in Conflict, Invisible in Peace: Positioning Women in the Militancy in Kashmir; Seema Shekhawat
7. Victims or Victimizers?: Naxal Women, Violence and the Re-invention of Patriarchy; Seema Shekhawat and Chayanika Saxena
8. Gendering Conflict and Peacebuilding in Sierra Leone; John Idriss Lahai
9. Women at War, War on Women: Reconciliation and Patriarchy in Peru; Camille Boutron
10. Gendered Struggle for Freedom: A Narrative Inquiry into Female Ex-Combatants in South Africa; Sofia Axelsson
11. Challenging the Boundaries: the Narratives of the Female Ex-combatants in Nepal; Swechchha Dahal
12. I Want My Wings Back to Fly in a New Sky: Stories of Ex-female LTTE Combatants in Post-war Sri Lanka; Fazeeha Azmi
13.Demobilized Women in Colombia: Embodiment, Performativity and Social Reconciliation; Priscyll Anctil Avoine and Rachel Tillman
14. Untapped Resources for Peace: A Comparative Study of Women ' 's Organisations of Guerrilla Ex-combatants in Colombia and El Salvador; Luisa Maria Dietrich Ortega
This edited volume illuminates the role of women in violence to demonstrate that gender is a key component of discourse on conflict and peace. Through an examination of theory and practice of women's participation in violent conflicts, the book makes the argument that both conflict and post-conflict situations are gender insensitive.