2 edition of Gender, Work and Conflict found in the catalog.
Gender, Work and Conflict
by Sage Publications Ltd
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
Buy Gender, War, and Conflict (Gender and Global Politics) by Sjoberg, Pro Laura (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 5. We think post-conflict affiliation is the mechanism.” Part of the answer, Benenson and Wrangham believe, may be tied to traditional gender roles that stretch to earliest human history. Chimps and humans live in groups of both males and females, but while males cultivate large friendship networks, females focus more on family relationships.
The end of formal hostilities in any given conflict provides an opportunity to transform society in order to secure a stable peace. This book builds on the existing feminist international relations literature as well as lessons of past cases that reinforce the importance of including women in the post-conflict transition process, and are important to our general understanding of gender. I was struggling to write this blog post on the differences in "masculine" and "feminine" styles of handling conflict. In explaining "gender" differences, I show the strengths and limitations of both "masculine" and "feminine" ways of thinking and doing things (e.g., communication, influence, and decision making).I avoid saying that one is better or worse than the other.
No workplace is without conflict. Taken from Audrey's (co-author) newly released book: The Gender Communication Handbook: Conquering Conversational Collisions Between Men and Women. In the mids, there were fewer than one in five women in the professional workplace. Today, although about half the workforce in the U.S. is female, full equality has yet to be achieved. Women are paid less than their male counterparts and make up only 7 percent of CEOs, COOs, and executive vice presidents in the United States.
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This book on the role of gender difference in conflict resolution and political decisionmaking resulted from the Expert Group Meeting organized jointly by the United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women (DAW) and the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO) at the United Nations Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women.
As one of the Commonwealth Secretariat’s publications on gender mainstreaming in key development issues, this book will be of interest to those working to achieve gender equality, peace, democracy and sustainable development, particularly in situations of armed and other forms of conflict.
Traditionally, much of the work studying war and conflict has focused on men. Men commonly appear as soldiers, commanders, casualties, and civilians. Women, by contrast, are invisible as combatants, and, when seen, are typically pictured as victims.
The field of war and conflict studies is changing: more recently, scholars of war and conflict have paid increasing notice to. "Gender conflict": connecting feminist theory and conflict resolution theory and practice / John B.
Stephens --A Wittgensteinian approach to the meaning of conflict / Angela R. Febbraro and Roland D. Chrisjohn --Informal contributions to the conflict management process / Cynthia J. Chataway and Deborah M. Kolb --Gender and the mediation of.
The book highlights the gender dimensions of conflict, organized around major relevant themes such as female combatants, sexual violence, formal and informal peace processes, the legal framework, work, the rehabilitation of social services and community-driven development.
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Concerned by what she finds--young women who flatly refuse to identify themselves as feminists and working-class and minority women who feel the movement hasn't addressed the issues that dominate their daily lives--she outlines a new vision of feminism that calls for.
Book October much of the work studying war and conflict has focused on men. Men commonly appear as soldiers, commanders, casualties, and civilians.
The Oxford Handbook of Gender. Gender. Second Edition. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. CHAPTER 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO GENDER We are surrounded by gender lore from the time we are very small.
It is ever-present in conversation, humor, and conflict, and it is called upon to explain everything from driving styles to food preferences. Conflict Resolution and Gender in the Workplace Multiple studies have indicated that men and women approach conflict differently, using varying styles to attempt resolution.
The problem with many of these studies, however, is that they rely heavily on college student samples to identify these differences. There are, of course, arguably tangible differences in how females and males deal with workplace conflict.
Men often view conflict as a fight over territory, as a chance to position themselves, push forward their ideas and as an opportunity to brand themselves to their boss. For males, conflict may be a tactic, a way to test an opponent's resolve. Gender, War, & Conflict. Laura Sjoberg.
Book Review. Laura Sjoberg’s new text Gender, War and Conflict is a welcome addition to the burgeoning feminist literature in International Relations (IR). Taking as her point of departure the increasing numbers of women who are now ‘actors’ in what are conventionally understood as the theatres of conflict and war, Laura Sjoberg.
Gender is increasingly recognized as central to the study and analysis of the traditionally male domains of war and international relations. The book explores the key role of gender in peace research, conflict resolution and international politics. Rather than simply add gender and stir the aim is to transcend different.
James O'Neil is a pioneer in men's psychology who conceptualized GRC and created the Gender Role Conflict Scale. In this book, he combines numerous studies from renowned scholars in men's psychology with more than 30 years of his own clinical and research experience to promote activism and challenge the status quo.
conflicts between men's Pages: Gender Mainstreaming Manual – A book of practical methods 9 STEP 1: FUNDAMENTAL UNDERSTANDING Before gender mainstreaming work begins, the entire organisation, from manage-ment on down, must be given training in gender equality and gender, and in what Swedish gender equality policy and the gender mainstreaming strategy involve.
What to do. Book Description: Laura Sjoberg positions gender and gender subordination as key factors in the making and fighting of global conflict. Through the lens ofgender, she examines the meaning, causes, practices, and experiences of war, building a more inclusive approach to the analysis of violent conflict between states.
Gender, War, and Conflict by Laura Sjoberg. Cambridge / Malden MA: Polity Press, pp, £50 / € hardcover£ / € paperback£ / € e-book This work, therefore, sought to discuss how the discourse about war is gendered and throw light on gendered violence in contemporary warfare and the gendered role played during war/conflict.
Reform requires re-organization of our work world, redefinition of our gender roles and a shift in the way society values and rewards family work, part time work and part time careers.
The book is based on a wealth of new research and is a must for academics, policy makers, feminists and other activists working for a better by: Gender equality is a hot issue.
And in a profession such as IT, where an overwhelming number of workers are male, it's easy to overlook gender these biases occur, the workplace can. Conflict Theory. According to conflict theory, society is a struggle for dominance among social groups (like women versus men) that compete for scarce resources.
When sociologists examine gender from this perspective, we can view men as the dominant group and women as the subordinate group. Gender, War, and Conflict book.
Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From Pakistan to Chechnya, Sri Lanka to Canada, pioneering /5. The Oxford Handbook of Gender and Conflict brings together leading interdisciplinary scholars, policymakers, and practitioners to address a complex range of challenges, contexts, geographies, and issues that arise for women and men in the context of armed conflict.
The Handbook addresses war and peace, humanitarian intervention.