Gender and International Relations Term Paper by Master Researcher

Gender and International Relations
A look at the impact of the construction of gender on international relations.
# 37236 | 1,650 words | 6 sources | 2002 | US

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This paper addresses the question of gender in international relations. How does gender, as a social construction, change our ideas of what is important in international relations? The paper draws on prominent feminist scholarship in this area to explain first why gender matters in general, and how it is a societal construct. It then explains a number of different feminisms, and their different critiques of international relations as it is presently conducted.

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