Theory & Methodology

Victims, Perpetrators or Actors? Gender, Armed Conflict and Political Violence, Edited by Fiona Clark and Caroline O. N. Moser. London; New York: Palgrave, 2001.
  • Part I. Contextual Issues on Gender, Armed Conflict and Political Violence (p. 1)
  • 1. Introduction (Caroline O.N. Moser and Fiona C. Clark) (p. 3)
  • 2. The Gendered Dynamics of Armed Conflict and Political Violence (Cynthia Cockburn) (p. 13)
  • 3. The Gendered Continuum of Violence and Conflict: An Operational Framework (Caroline O.N. Moser) (p. 30)
  • Part II. The Politics of Victimization: Sexual Abuse and Violence (p. 53)
The Aftermath: Women in Post-Conflict Transformation, Edited by Sheila Meintjes, Anu Pillay and Meredeth Turshen. London: Zed Books, 2001.

Part I. Overviews of the Themes (p. 1)
1. There Is No Aftermath for Women (Sheila Meintjes and Anu Pillay and Meredeth Turshen) (p. 3)
Breaking Down the Category 'Women' (p. 5)
Women's Wartime Gains and Potential for Post-war Transformation (p. 7)
The Failure to Consolidate Wartime Gains (p. 8)
The Political Economy of Violence against Women (p. 11)
Myths about ldentity, Problems of Solidarity and Reconciliation (p. 13)
Power and Authority in the Aftermath (p. 15)
Our Vision of a Transformed Society (p. 17)

Norville, Valerie. "The Role of Women in Global Security." U.S. Institute of Peace Special Report 264 (2011): 1-16.
Aoláin, Fionnuala Ní, Naomi R. Cahn, and Dina Francesca Haynes. On the Frontlines: Gender, War, and The Post-Conflict Process. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 2011.

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