In this article, the A examines feminist visions of the notion of security. Separated from major international issues, feminists have been able to develop a set of notions that diverge from the usual conceptions existing in international relations. The A reviews here the different visions of security, state, violence, war and peace as well as social representations linked to gender such as militarization or masculinity.
Gender, International Relations, and the Development of Feminist Security Theory
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