Substantive topics address current affairs issues including religious-based violence in India, gender-based violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo and honour killings in Turkey. Research is intertwined with considerations of the media’s reporting agenda, locality and public perception. The book also discusses women’s underestimated potential for violence and performances of masculinity in prison.
In an extract from the book, Gendered Perspectives on Conflict and Violence (Part B), Marcia Texler Segal and Vasilikie Demos, Series Editors, said: “Worldwide attention is being drawn to examples and forms of gender-based violence. These are currently major topics in the media both factual and fictional.
“Public policies are under discussion and programs to deal with them are developing. However, because the discussions and programs are often not researched-based or intersectionally inclusive, gender-based violence persists and victims are sometimes ignored, blamed, or subjected to further violence.”
The majority of the research has been complied through on the ground participant observation, interaction, and interviews. The chapters show how historical, cultural and religious elements contribute to or complicate violence and how actions and techniques applied by governments and NGOs can reduce or exacerbate violence.
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