Gender Relation and Conflict
Format:(1 page ONLY,double spaced,readablefont,which is a response to a question about the readings.)The readings sourcses only online. Theoretical Starting Points: Thinking Gender 1)Byrne Bridget.Gender,Conflict and Development:Volume I:Overview,1995 http://www.bridge.ids.ac.uk/Reports/re34c.pdf 2) Francis Diana. Culture, Power Asymmetries and Gender in Conflict Transformation, 2000.www.berghof-handbook.net/documents/publications/francis_handbook.pdf Questions: What is the relevance of feminist theory to the study of gender and conflict? What is most important and why? Instruction:read all material first. Be specific rather than general in your answer. Think and assess diverse aspects of the question. Respond from the readings rather than whether you agree or disagree, unless you are sure it adds to the paper. There is no ‘correct` answer, as there are many ways to answer the questions. The answer is not a summary of the topic. The papers need to be well structured, clear, precise and well written. Plan the paper to avoid rambling. Avoid words and phrases such as: in my opinion,in the readings the author said, it could be said that, that the topic is too large to discuss adequately... etc.
GENDER RELATION AND CONFLICT Name: Course: Professor Name: (January 19, 2012) Gender Relation and Conflict The main objective of the feminist theory is to comprehend the gender equality nature. It investigates the social roles of women and the experience lived. The theory not only provides a critique of social relations but also focuses on the analysis of gender inequality and the promotion of the rights of women, issues and interests. A number of feminists believe that matters concerning gender and conflict need to be highlighted. The theory also holds that in military and poli...