Gendered States: Feminist (re)visions of International Relations Theory

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V. Spike Peterson
Lynne Rienner, 1992 - Social Science - 225 pages
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While IR theorists are increasingly critical of neorealist assumptions about the state and the international system, few have explored the gendered construction of the state and its implications for IR. Recognizing this, the authors of this collection explore how core concepts of political and IR theory - the state, sovereignty, power - are reframed through feminist lenses.

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