1st Edition

The Politics of Gender
A Survey





ISBN 9781857437577
Published September 12, 2014 by Routledge
380 Pages

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Book Description

The Politics of Gender: A Survey offers information and analysis of this multidisciplinary topic from a variety of perspectives, giving a thorough overview. This unbiased survey is of interest to students, academics, business people and general researchers.

Essay chapters written by experts in the field of gender research, assembled by the editor, focus on a thought provoking selection of issues. The essays include contributions on Hobbes’s critique of patriarchy, Romani women in Eastern and Central Europe, gender and genocide, gender and climate change, gender and international relations and masculinity in Hollywood movies.

An A-Z glossary provides reference of terms, issues, theories, personalities, organizations etc. in the field of the politics of gender. Cross referenced for ease of use, entries include abortion, ethnic cleansing, the International Bill of Rights, liberal feminism, post-modernism, reproductive health, ecofeminism, equal access, sex tourism and women in development.

Table of Contents

Introduction: The Politics of Gender Yoke-Lian Lee  Not a Woman Hater: Hobbes's Critique of Patriarchy  Glen Newey  Politics of Difference and Activism at Intersections: Romani Women in Eastern and Central Europe Lena J. Kruckenberg  Class, Violence and Masculinity in Hollywood Movies: A Neo-Marxian Meta-narrative Vassilis K. Fouskas  The Gender Politics of International Relations Jill Steans  Plus ça (Climate) Change, Plus ça la Même (Masculinist) Chose: Gender Politics and the Discourses of Climate Change Sherilyn MacGregor  The Politics of Gender: The Case of the Female Trafficked Migrant Sharron A. FitzGerald  Feminist Imperialism: Travel Writing and Journalism Past and Present Corinne Fowler  Gender and/as Genocide Tawia Ansah  Mainstreaming Gender into the African Union Peace and Security Agenda Tim Murithi  Sovereignty, Subjectivity and Human rights: A Gender Sketch Yoke-Lian Lee  A - Z Glossary  Bibliography

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Biography

Dr Yoke-Lian Lee’s research focus is on poststructuralist feminist reading of sovereignty and subjectivity, with specific interest in international and human rights law and the discursive practice of law in the construction of gendered subjectivities in world politics. She teaches at the University of Keele and is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies.