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In the face of increased security threats emanating from terror activities and techno wars, feminist voices have risen to demand for inclusion of women in international security systems. This study seeks to investigate the relationship between feminism and international security. This will be done by answering the question: what is the impact of feminism on international security? A comprehensive analysis of different literature on studies done on feminism and international security will be conducted so as to shed more light on this issue.
(Blanchard 70-119), discusses the functions of feminist scholarship in international security by reviewing feminist literature on international relations. According to the study, feminists in the international relations have not put adequate focus on the issue of military hardware leading to scanty information on war, gender and technology understudied. The study also notes the importance of inclusion of women in security matters by analyzing the practical aspect of feminist security theory in the combating global insecurity. According to Blanchard, international relations; the body of discipline tasked with theorizing the world only created a place for feminist analysts just recently. This could be the reason behind the few female led academic studies and findings on topics relating to politics, military and war issues. The fact that foreign policy and military affairs have been mostly conducted by men, the academic discipline tasked with analyzing this two areas have become largely masculine. The assumptions, explanations and experiences focus on men making it difficult for women to find scholarly materials on women experiences.
According to (Pettman 19-56), historically women have played second fiddle to men in the decision making process on the global platform. Women have continually been rendered insecure through acts of sexual violence, gendered division of labour and
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This paper analyzes such Art Mediums as Collage Making, Charcoal Drawing, Acrylic Painting and Water Color Painting. The word collage is derived from the French term “coller,” which means to stick or glue together. Collage is considered as an art. News paper pieces, canvas, pieces of color paper, photographs, magazines.
Feminism and International Relations.
Feminism seeks to champion ideologies that result in gender equality and involvement in areas such economic empowernment and political processes. Feminists face various challenges regarding the international relations such as exclusion of women as political actors, under representation and gendered character of political institutions processes.
The notion that femininity is can be seen as bodily property shows how the media is obsessively preoccupied with the body thus shifting focus on women from objective to subjective. Himmelstein (2001), popular culture (shown in the media-TV) is the undoing of feminist gains as analyzed by Angela McRobbie in her book, “The Aftermath of Feminism: Gender, Culture and Social Change”.
These two articles have both similarities and differences, but can be studied in cooperation to comprehend the topic. Combined, both articles bring out aspects, which are embedded in cultural practices to shape thoughts in certain ways, bringing about the knowledge of feminism.
ii. OOP facilitates the maintenance and modification of existing code since the programmer can create new objects with small modifications to existing ones. iii. OOP provides an excellent framework for code libraries in which complete software elements can be simply adapted and changed by the programmer.
Other times they could be corporation in nature. They are sometimes referred to as private military firms, Private Military Corporations and Private Military Industry in general. The PMCs provide security services to people. They carry out military training and also matters dealing with defence.
This essay analyzes the proposition that gender is a key factor in international relations and crucial to its understanding. Also, discusses the dynamics of gender and international relations in the context of the statement whether gender is a key variable in understanding international relations and whether the feminist theory has major consequences.
They sought equality in matters like the right to vote and the right to property. In the 1960s began what is called the Second wave of feminism. Wikipedia free encyclopedia defines this period of feminist thought "as mainly concerned with independence and greater political action to improve women's rights "This second wave has also been called the modernist perspective.
Feminism is a political movement primarily motivated by social and moral theories. These social and moral theories are generally concerned with the political, economic and social inequalities between genders.
However, women are not actually a minority. Statistics entail that there are actually more women than men globally. Feminism came about as a way of fighting for equal rights for women in the society. Currently, feminism is a rather crucial