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Author: Caroline N. O. Moser,Fiona Clark
ISBN13: 978-1856498975
Title: Victims, Perpetrators or Actors?: Gender, Armed Conflict and Political Violence
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Publisher: Zed Books (July 6, 2001)
Pages: 208

Victims, Perpetrators or Actors?: Gender, Armed Conflict and Political Violence by Caroline N. O. Moser,Fiona Clark



Part 1: Contextual Issues on Gender, Armed Conflict and Political Violence . ntroduction - Caroline . Moser and Fiona Clark 2. The Gendered Dynamics of Armed Conflict and Political Violence - Cynthia Cockburn 3. The Gendered Continuum of Violence and Conflict: An Operational Framework - Caroline .

Assisting the Victims of Armed Conflicts and Other Disasters (Asistencia a las víctimas de conflictos armados y de otros desastres) - Volume 15 Issue 97 - Denise Planner. In most analyses of armed conflict, children are invisible and are typically regarded as passive, incidental victims or inconsequential actors. In current intrastate, ethno-political conflicts, however, children play an increasing role both as soldiers and, along with other non-combatants, as targets and victims in fighting at the community level. New evidence from the recently completed UN Study. Impact of Armed Conflict on Children documents that significant numbers of children are soldiers in conflicts fought in the post-Cold War era.

Moser is Lead Specialist in Social Development in the Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development Department for the Latin American and Caribbean Region at the World Bank, Washington, DC. Fiona Clark has been working in the Urban Peace Program since early 1999.

Caroline N. O. Moser, Fiona Clark. The objective of this book is to provide a holistic analysis of the gendered nature of armed conflict and political violence, and a broader understanding of the complex, changing roles and power relations between women and men during such circumstances. Currently armed conflict and political violence are predominantly viewed as 'male domains', perpetrated by men, whether as armed forces, guerilla groups, paramilitaries or peacemakers. The unavoidable, or deliberate, involvement of women has received far less attention with a tendency to portray a simplistic division of roles between.

Part I. Contextual Issues on Gender, Armed Conflict and Political Violence (p. 1). 1. Introduction (Caroline . Moser and Fiona C. Clark) (p. 3). 2. The Gendered Dynamics of Armed Conflict and Political Violence (Cynthia Cockburn) (p. 13). 3. The Gendered Continuum of Violence and Conflict: An Operational Framework (Caroline . Women as Actors in Armed Conflict and Political Violence (p. 115). 8. El Salvador: War and Untold Stories-Women Guerrillas (Ana Cristina Ibanez) (p. 117). Part V. 'Doing' and 'Being': Questions of Identity in Displacement (p. 131).

Armed conflict and political violence are generally viewed as "male domains", perpetrated by men, whether as armed forces, guerrilla groups, paramilitaries or peacemakers. The unavoidable, or deliberate, involvement of women has received far less attention, and there is a tendency to portray a simplistic division of roles between men as aggressors, and women as victims, particularly of sexual abuse. The gendered causes, costs and consequences of violent conflicts have been at best underrepresented and more often misrepresented

Fiona Clark has been working in the Urban Peace Program at the University of East Anglia since early 1999, and under Caroline Moser organised the conference on Gender, Armed Conflict and Political Violence at the World Bank in June 1999, which forms part of the genesis of this book. Part I: Contextual Issues on Gender, Armed Conflict and Political Violence. Introduction - Caroline . Moser and Fiona Clark. The Gendered Dynamics of Armed Conflict and Political.

First victims then perpetrators: child soldiers and International Law. Clark model in general situation. Caroline Datchary, La Dispersion au travail. Stigmatization and picture of self in juvenile perpetrators of criminal acts. An extension of the Clark-Ocone formula. Caroline: An Autonomously Driving Vehicle for Urban Environments. OROFINO; COUTINHO; RODRIGUES (orgs. CEBs e os desafios do mundo contemporaneo. Eine Frau in der Kultur, die Kultur einer Frau: Caroline von Humboldt. A woman in the culture, the culture of a woman: Caroline von Humboldt. No entanto, coexistem com estas práticas formas alternativas de constru o da paz, que incluem a prática da n o-violência, o reconhecimento e respeito pelos.

Victims, perpetrators or actors: gender, armed conflict and political violence by caroline . Moser, fiona C. clark PDF. Increasing levels of global conflict and political violence, as well as the higher profile of many 'simmering' confrontations, provide critical challenges for development theorists and practitioners. While numerous countries have endured decades of armed conflict, others live under the permanent menace of political violence.

Gender, armed conflict and political violence, ed. Caroline Moser and Fiona Clark, 117–130. Like oil and water, with a match: Militarized commerce, armed conflict, and human security in Sudan. In Sites of violence: Gender and conflict zones, ed. Wenona Jones and Jennifer Hyndman, 75–107. Berkeley: University of California Press. The gendered continuum of violence and conflict.

Increasing levels of global conflict and political violence provide a critical challenge for development theorists and practitioners. Many countries have endured decades of armed conflict, and others live under the permanent menace of political violence. Throughout, the gendered impacts of armed conflict and political violence are key issues. The gendered causes, costs, and consequences of violent conflicts have been underrepresented, and often misrepresented. This book gives a broader understanding of the complex, changing relations between women and men in societies facing violence and conflict.