Gender Dynamics and Post-conflict Reconstruction
This volume by international authors deals with the role of gender dynamics in the development of post-conflict societies. The authors describe and analyze diverse aspects of the intertwining of gender and other social and cultural relations from an interdisciplinary perspective. They analyze gendered post-conflict dynamics in diverse contexts asking for the consequences these developments have in the settings under investigation, such as Eastern and Southeastern Europe, Palestine and Afghanistan.
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Stef Jansen and Elissa Helms
Veronika Shcheblanova and Elena YarskayaSmirnova
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