Gender Inclusive: Essays on violence, men, and feminist international relations

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  • Copyright: 2009-01-15
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Gender Inclusive offers a challenging and unconventional reinterpretation of gender and mass violence, compiling two decades of writing on this theme by noted genocide scholar Adam Jones.

Author Biography

Adam Jones is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of British Columbia Okanagan in Kelowna, Canada.

Table of Contents

Preface: A pilgrim's progressp. xi
Acknowledgmentsp. xxi
The home frontp. 1
The Globe and males: the other side of gender bias in Canada's national newspaper (1990)p. 3
Interview, CJCA Radio (1992)p. 24
Of rights and men: toward a minoritarian framing of male experience (2002)p. 36
Absent subjectsp. 57
Gender and ethnic conflict in ex-Yugoslavia (1994)p. 59
Toward an international politics of gender (1996)p. 77
Effacing the male: gender, misrepresentation, and exclusion in the Kosovo war (2001)p. 89
Pity the innocent men (1999)p. 114
The murdered men of Ciudad Juárez (2004)p. 118
Humiliation and masculine crisis in Iraq (2004)p. 121
Worlding men (2006)p. 127
Feminisms, gender analysis, and mass violence: a historiography (2008)p. 138
Gendering genocidep. 163
Gendercide and genocide (2000)p. 165
Gender and genocide in Rwanda (2002)p. 196
Problems of gendercide (2002)p. 230
Why gendercide? why root-and-branch?: a comparison of the Vendée uprising of 1793-94 and the Bosnian war of the 1990s (2006)p. 242
Genocide and humanitarian intervention: incorporating the gender variable (2002)p. 255
Gendercidal institutions against women and girls (2005)p. 283
Straight as a rule: heteronormativity, gendercide, and the non-combatant male (2006)p. 292
Indexp. 309
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