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Women and gender in international history : theory and practice / Karen Garner
Bib ID 7789593
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
Author
Garner, Karen, 1956-
 
Online Access
Description London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2018 
1 online resource () : illustrations. 
ISBN 9781472576149 ((electronic bk.))
1472576144 ((electronic bk.))
9781472576132 (electronic bk.)
Invalid ISBN 9781472576118
Series

New approaches to international history.

Full contents
  • Intro; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Series Editor Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Introduction; Key concepts; References for further study; Web resources; Bibliography; Chapter 2: Women, gender, and IR and critical theories; Key concepts; Introduction; Liberalism; Realism; Neoliberalism; Constructivism; Critical feminist IR theory; Feminist foreign policy; Summing up; References for further study; Web resources; Bibliography; Chapter 3: Women, gender, and war; Key concepts; Introduction; Women, gender, and the First World War
  • Women, gender, and the Second World WarWomen, gender, and the Cold War; Women, gender, and the Bosnian War; Summing up; References for further study; Web resources; Bibliography; Chapter 4: Women, gender, and intergovernmental organizations; Key concepts; Introduction; Women, gender, and the League of Nations; Women, gender, and the United Nations, 1940s-60s; The UN Conferences on Women 1975, 1980, 1985, and 1995; Women, gender, and the European Union; Women, gender, and UNSCR 1325; Summing up; References for further study; Web resources; Bibliography
  • Chapter 5: Women, gender, and global developmentKey concepts; Introduction; Women, gender, and development in the League of Nations era; Women, gender, and post-Second World War modernization, 1945-60s; Women, gender, and development, 1970s-80s; Women, gender, and development, 1990s-2000s; Summing up; References for further study; Web resources; Bibliography; Chapter 6: Women, gender, and government leadership; Key concepts; Introduction; Small numbers of women in elite leadership; Gender and elite leadership; Formal and informal barriers to women's leadership
  • Feminist strategies to overcome barriersWomen in elite leadership positions; Indira Gandhi, prime minister of India, 1966-77, 1980-84 (assassinated in 1984); Margaret Thatcher, prime minister of the UK, 1979-90; Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, president of Liberia, 2006-17; Michelle Bachelet Jeria, president of Chile 2006-10, first director of UN Women 2010-13; president of Chile 2014-present; Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany, 2005-present; Summing up; Notes; References for further study; Web resources; Bibliography; Chapter 7: Women, gender, and diplomacy; Key concepts; Introduction
  • Women, gender, and diplomacy during the League of Nations eraWomen, gender, and diplomacy at the United Nations; The delayed advance of the woman diplomat in the United States and Great Britain; Women, gender, and diplomatic relations with Iran; Summing up; References for further study; Web resources; Bibliography; Index
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed May 07, 2018).

Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA Available via World Wide Web. 
Subjects Women -- Political activity -- History.  |  Women -- History.  |  Sex role -- History.
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