Gendered Participation, Well-Being, And Representations In Political Violence: An Introduction


This collection contains articles critiqueing and challenging both the portrayals and the empirical reality of women's involvements in conflict and peace, focusing on the differentiated ways that institutions, agency and conflict dynamics condition how women are affected by and affect conflict and the post-conflict setting. The articles examine the diverse ways in which women participate and are portrayed participating in conflict and war, how conflict and the threat of conflict affects women's security and walfare, and how the integration of gender into security and legal frameworks influences the post-conflict environment. 

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