Terrorism, Gender and Women

By Phelan, Alexandra

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Terrorism, Gender and Women: Towards an Integrated Research Agenda encourages greater integration of gender-sensitive approaches to studies of violent extremism and terrorism. This book seeks to create and inspire a dialogue among scholars of conflict, terrorism and gender by suggesting the necessity of incorporating gender analysis to fill gaps within, and further enhance, our understanding of political violence. The chapters featured in the book interrogate how recent developments in the field- such as the proliferation of propaganda and online messaging, the "e;decline"e; or shifting presence of ISIS, the continued "e;rise"e; of far-right extremism, and the changing roles of women in political violence - necessitate a gendered understanding of radicalisation, participation, and of strategies to counter and prevent both violent extremism and terrorism. Taken together, they encourage a discussion of new ways in understanding how women and men can be affected by terrorism and violent extremism differently, and how involvement can often be influenced by highly gendered experiences and considerations.The chapters in this book were originally published as a special issue of the journal, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism.

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EAN

9781000224924

Format

ebook

Author

Phelan, Alexandra

Category

Publisher

Taylor and Francis

Pages

166

Language

eng

Imprint

Routledge

Published Date

2020-12-17

EAN 9781000224924
Format Ebook
Author Phelan, Alexandra
Category
Publisher Taylor and Francis
Pages 166
Language eng
Imprint Routledge
Published Date 2020-12-17

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