Gender, power, and military occupations : Asia Pacific and the Middle East since 1945 / edited by Christine de Matos and Rowena Ward De Matos, Christine

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De Matos, Christine
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Control (Psychology); Australian; Military occupation.
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Military occupations and interventions have a gendered impact on both those engaged in occupying, and those whose lands have been occupied. Yet little is known about this gendered impact, in terms of both masculinities and femininities, either historically or in contemporary times. While research in this area has begun to grow since events in Iraq and Afghanistan, this collection helps redress the relative neglect by examining and analysing the impact of occupation on men and women, both occupied and occupier, in a variety of geographical spaces from Japan to Palestine to Iraq. Gende.
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