3 edition of Women and militancy found in the catalog.
Women and militancy
Chiefly with reference to Bangladesh; includes also Meghalaya, India.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Amena Mohsin, Imtiaz Ahmed|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 151 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||151|
|LC Control Number||2011321410|
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This edited volume provides a window on the many forces that structure and shape why women and girls participate in terrorism and militancy, as well as. Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpPrice: $ This edited volume provides a window on the many forces that structure and shape why women and girls participate Women and militancy book terrorism and militancy, as well as on how states have come to view, treat, and strategize against by: This edited volume provides a window on the many forces that structure and shape why women and girls participate in terrorism and militancy, as well as on how states have come to view, treat, and strategize against them/5.
"Female Terrorism and Militancy is a seminal book on the subject, and does a good, if not exhaustive, job of describing and dispelling many of the stereotypes and faulty interpretations of this phenomenon." - Critical Terrorism Studies.
Book Description. This edited volume provides a window on the many forces that structure and shape why women and girls participate in terrorism and militancy, as well as on how states have come to view, treat, and strategize against them.
Women Challenging Unions is a collection of original papers that presents a vision of an invigorated and vibrant labour movement Women Challenging Unions: Feminism, Democracy, and Militancy: Linda Briskin, Patricia McDermott: : Books.
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Female Terrorism and Militancy: Agency, Utility, and Organization (Contemporary Security Studies). This edited volume provides a window on the many forces that structure and shape why women and girls participate in terrorism and militancy, as well as on how states have come to view, treat, and.
Until that time, there had only been one scholarly book written on the subject – Women and Terrorism () by Neuberger and Tiziana – published nearly a decade earlier.
The book examined the motivations of Italian female terrorists of the s, including how. The New Workers, and New Militancy, of the Seventies A new book highlights how women and people of color were organizing their workplaces at impressive rates during the s—they just weren’t winning. This chapter analyses and evaluates militancy which is designed to show it as a far more varied and in some ways subtle movement than is usually thought.
Militancy is revealed as involving a wide spectrum of participation including purely nominal and temporary involvement by many women. The extent to which suffragettes and suffragists crossed the supposedly clear line between militancy and. Women Challenging Unions: Feminism, Democracy and Militancy Linda Briskin, Patricia McDermott University of Toronto Press, - Business & Economics - pages.
Women's access to combat military positions, admittance to military academ&es and pr&motion to the top ranks are very uneven, and women are rarely part of the decisionmaking processes on military or defense issues.
Society is still unsettled about allowing women to participate in combat troops. All of the authors share a commitment to workplace militancy and a more democratic union movement, to women's resistance to the devaluation of their work, to their agency in the change-making process.
Women Challenging Unions: Feminism, Democracy, and Militancy By Linda Briskin and Patricia McDermott © Imtiaz Ahmed and Amena Mohsin Edited this book.
Women make their contributions in many domains of war including politics and in the perpetration of violence. Her book shows that idealism, emotional commitment and rational choice work together in the lives of militant women.
The constant framing of women’s violence as odd and in need of investigation presents a gendered bias. Mohajir Militancy in Pakistan. DOI link for Mohajir Militancy in Pakistan.
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First Published eBook Published 5 April Women. Women, Trade-Unionism, and Industrial Militancy, –c Women, Trade-Unionism, and Industrial Militancy, –c Chapter: (p) 3.
Women, Trade-Unionism, and Industrial Militancy, –c Source: Women and the Labour Movement in Scotland – Author(s): Eleanor Gordon Publisher: Oxford University Press. Meredith Tax is a writer and activist in New York and a founder of the Centre for Secular most recent book is Double Bind: The Muslim Right, the Anglo-American Left, and Universal Human Rights.
Her novel Rivington Street is now available as an ebook. Rafia Zakaria replies. Janu In her response to my article “Women and Islamic Militancy,” Meredith Tax says that. Through unity with their male co-workers, shop floor organizing, strikes, and militancy, women demonstrated that they could secure union recognition, higher wages, and shorter work hours from their employers.
For the first time, women became powerful allies in. The last text of the book, On Joyful Militancy, is especially beautiful. There you oppose two ideas of militancy: a joyful militancy, which makes us feel good and connects with our desires, versus a sad politics and militancy.
For me, sad militancy is a militancy that has no future, but it exists.The book makes one see, just a little more clearly, that men and women with guns, against the State, are still just people.
They have fears, they have insecurities, they love, and they ache too. But the book never makes it through the journey that it promises the reader in its introduction.While the march was not an inherently feminist event, the women of the march recalled the victory of "our citizenesses clothed in glory, returned by carriage at his majesty's expense, to the city hall in Paris." The women of the march were remembered by posterity of the French Revolution as "Mothers of the Nation.".