Manly states: masculinities, international relations, and gender politics
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Manly States: Masculinities, International Relations, and Gender Politics
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Charlotte Hooper. Through the lens of gender, she examines the meaning, causes, practices, and experiences of war, building a more inclusive approach to the analysis of violent conflict between states. Gender, War, and Conflict by Laura Sjoberg Women have fought in wars, either as women or covertly dressed as men, throughout the history of warfare, but only recently have they been allowed to join state militaries, insurgent groups, and terrorist organizations in unprecedented numbers.
This begs the question - how useful are traditional gendered categories in understanding the dynamics of war and conflict? And why are our stories of gender roles in war typically so narrow?
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Who benefits from them? Manly States: Masculinities, international relations, and gender politics by Charlotte Hooper This ambitious interdisciplinary effort combines feminist theory, man studies, international relations theory IR , and cultural studies. Hooper goes beyond established feminist critiques of a masculinized IR as she examines the role of IR in shaping, defining, or legitimizing masculinity. She illuminates three interrelated points: that IR might influence men and masculinity as well as be influenced by them; that a number of masculinities are at play in IR; and how globalization, as it challenges a state-centered IR, also challenge hegemonic forms of masculinity, in particular the Anglo-American form.
Parpart, et. Contributors including Raewyn Connell, Kimberley Hutchings, Cynthia Enloe, Kevin Dunn and Sandra Whitworth consider the diverse theoretical and practical implications of masculinity for international relations in the modern world. Covering theoretical issues including masculine theories of war, masculinity and the military, cyborg soldiers, post-traumatic stress disorder and white male privilege.
The book also focuses on the ways in which masculinity configures world events from conscientious objection in South Africa to 'porno-nationalism' in India, from myths and heroes in Kosovo to the makings of Zimbabwe.
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This essential work will define the field for many years to come. War as Experience: Contributions from international relations and feminist analysis by Christine Sylvester A major contribution to our understanding of war and international relations IR. Theorizing Masculinities 1. The Construction of Gender Identity 2. Masculinities and Masculinism Part II. Masculinities, IR, and Gender Politics 3. Masculinities in International Relations 4.