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Female soldiers in Sierra Leone : sex, security, and post-conflict development

Author: Megan H MacKenzie
Publisher: New York : New York University Press, 2012.
Series: Gender and political violence series.
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Provides a rare perspective on both the civil war and post-conflict development efforts in Sierra Leone

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MacKenzie, Megan H. (Megan Hazel).
Female soldiers in Sierra Leone.
New York : New York University Press, 2012
(DLC) 2012009364
(OCoLC)781077501
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Megan H MacKenzie
ISBN: 9780814771259 0814771254 9780814744970 0814744974
OCLC Number: 810933437
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 175 p.)
Contents: The new feminist international relations / Christine Sylvester --
Introduction: Conjugal order and insecurity post-conflict --
The history of sex, order, and conflict in Sierra Leone --
Defining soldiers --
Empowerment boom or bust? Assessing women's post-armed conflict empowerment initiatives --
Securitization and desecuritization: female soldiers and the reconstruction of women --
Securitizing sex? Rethinking wartime sexual violence --
Loving your enemy: rape, sex, childbirth, and politics post-armed conflict --
Conclusion: Displacing war mythology and developmental logic.
Series Title: Gender and political violence series.
Responsibility: Megan H. MacKenzie.

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"Giving voice to the seldom-heard stories of female soldiers, Megan MacKenzie challenges over-simplified narratives about male warriors and female victims. This moving and insightful analysis of Read more...

 
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