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A Womb of One's Own 🤰[Book Review]
My job as a coder is, like many jobs, at times difficult. I read and sort through government documents, newspaper articles, IGO reports, and any and all other information regarding women to put in the WomanStats database. Much of what I read describes violence, economic difficulties, discrimination, and overall hardships of women and children.
Sex and World Peace
Valerie M. Hudson is professor and George H. Her research concerns foreign policy analysis, security studies, gender and international relations, and methodology, and her articles have appeared in such journals as International Security , Journal of Peace Research , Political Psychology , and Foreign Policy Analysis. Her research focuses on interpersonal violence and peace. She pioneered a new line of scholarly inquiry between the security of women and the national and international behavior of states and confirmed the link using quantitative methodology. She is an associate editor for Foreign Policy Analysis , an editorial board member for the Peace and Conflict Report , and an advisory board member for the Minorities at Risk Project.
This is an important, well written, and informative book that will serve a wide audience of graduate and undergraduate students, academics, and policy-makers, as well as the interested public. The authors set forth three complementary but distinct arguments, each of which can be taken on its own merits. Gender inequality, then, is the subordination of those who are different and lacking in power and status—in other words, women. Third, what is learned from this book should be taken as a call to action and a call for positive changes in policy and practice. These claims, certainly, are not without centuries of precedent, as feminist scholars and activists have long pointed out. And yet this great history of debate and storehouse of feminist scholarship and literature has still to become commonplace knowledge, much less a richly used resource, by those seeking to create greater global security, if not world peace.
Sex and World Peace unsettles a variety of assumptions in political and security She is the author or editor of several books, including, with Andrea Den Boer.
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