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Men and women according to the article both men and women have different experiences to the war giving the differences between the old and the new war.
One can agree with the concerns the authors address. The article is very relevant in addressing contemporary gender issues. The authors have relevantly done this through their argument that all wars are concern with the creation of gender stereotypes but the "new wars" are structured differently. Furthermore, the implication of this argument is that by questioning the construction of masculinity in new war, one can question the war itself. This also means challenging constructions of femininity in war. However, the article can be criticized for in adequacy in provision of data to further support the
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many researchers that in interpersonal communication, “empathy, listening skills and sensitivity to interpersonal differences and the ability to give effective and constructive feed back” are feminine in many national cultures (Hofstede, 1980 as quoted by Barret and
Alice wrote “the color purple” with such an intense effect on the readers that actually engage and lets them feel the hurt or pain of the situation being told or specified in the story. Gerri Bates suggests that this
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