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Author Snyder, Anna Christine
Title Critical Aspects of Gender in Conflict Resolution, Peacebuilding, and Social Movements
Imprint Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2011
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Descript 1 online resource (260 pages)
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Series Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change Ser. ; v.32
Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change Ser
Note Front Cover -- Critical Aspects of Gender in Conflict Resolution, Peacebuilding, and Social Movements -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of contributors -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Part I: Gender in conflict resolution and peacebuilding -- Part II: Gender in social movements -- PART I: GENDER IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND PEACEBUILDING -- A gendered analysis of REFUGEE transnational bridgebuilding capacity -- Introduction -- A critical look at peacebuilding capacity -- Defining transnational bridgebuilding capacity -- Methodology -- Transnational bridgebuilding part I: Capacity for grassroots and transnational organization - Tibetan women's association -- Transnational bridgebuilding part II: Conflict resolution capacity - Sudanese women's voice for peace -- Transnational bridgebuilding part III: Leading social change- capacity to empower - Women's league of Burma -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- The Soukhouan ritual: The legacy of Lao women in conflict resolution -- Introduction -- Rituals of conflict resolution and reconciliation -- Writings on Asian conflict resolution systems -- The global study of ''traditional'' conflict resolution -- Women in traditional conflict resolution and peacebuilding -- Lao case study -- Method of examining Lao conflict resolution rituals -- Historical and cultural background of Laos -- Lao conflict resolution rituals and the contributions of women -- Importance of the soukhouan in conflict resolution -- Conclusion -- References -- Collective action as a space of agency, power, and knowledge: A case study of gaps in Uzbekistan -- Introduction -- Methodology -- Theoretical framework -- Women's gap: power and agency -- Migration, inclusion, and exclusion -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgment -- References
Partial justice and reconciliation for Sierra Leone women but reparations and reform remain elusive -- Women during the civil war -- Prosecuting gender crimes at the special court -- Acknowledging violations against women at the TRC -- Reparations and reform -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- New social movements, old gender gamesquest: Locating girls in the sport for development and peace movement -- Introduction -- Sport and new social movements -- Research on gender within the SDP movement -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- PART II: GENDER IN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS -- Mobilizing minutewomen: gender, cyberpower, and the new nativist movement -- Introduction -- Tactical repertoires, gender, and the internet -- The new nativist movement -- Data and methods -- Minutewomen and minutemen online -- Minutewomen and minutemen online -- Strategy, tactics, and the feminization of cyberpower -- Conclusion -- Note -- References -- Collective identity and gendered activism in the Czech environmental movement: The South Bohemian Mothers' struggle against nuclear power -- Introduction -- Collective identity and movement endurance -- Collective identity and gendered activism -- Methods -- The South Bohemian Mothers' collective identity -- Collective identity and perseverance in the face of opposition -- Discussion and conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Recruiting or retainingquest Frame reception in the women's peace movement -- Introduction -- Frames, ideology, and collective identity -- Women organizing for peace -- The case and methodology -- Results -- Discussion and conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Background information on protest events -- Text of survey questions included as variables in analyses -- Descriptive statistics
''The phrase of the day'': Examining contexts and co--optation of reproductive justice activism in the women's movement -- Introduction -- Shifting the terms of engagement: Historicizing reproductive justice -- Data and methods -- ''You're sort of invisible'': Exclusion and the re-claiming of reproductive rights work -- ''With reproductive justice, it's the entire person'': How activists differentiate reproductive justice -- Expansive lives: Identity and continued constraints in the women's movement -- ''I'm scared that it's gonna be co-opted by radical, privileged White women'': Co--optation of reproductive justice by the mainstreamquest -- What reproductive justice offers to reproductive rights and other movements -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- About the authors
Investigates gendered aspects of social activism and peacebuilding. This title focuses on the agency of grassroots citizens, refugee, indigenous, and ethnic minority women. It brings gendered aspects of practice that assists scholars and practitioners in research and policy development
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Snyder, Anna Christine Critical Aspects of Gender in Conflict Resolution, Peacebuilding, and Social Movements Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited,c2011 9780857249135
Subject Gender in conflict management.;Gender mainstreaming.;Peace-building.;Social movements
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Alt Author Stobbe, Stephanie Phetsamay
Coy, Patrick G
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