Reconceiving Reality: Women and International Law
Dorinda G. Dallmeyer
American Society of International Law, 1993 - Electronic books - 283 pages
A project of the Women in International Law Interest Group of the American Society of International Law, November 1993.
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PART ONE THE CURRENT STATE OF FEMINIST ANALYSIS
The Other Half of the International Bill
Feminist Theory as the Embodiment
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action American analysis application approach argue armed conflict authority become civil civilian claims committed concept concerns considered context continue Convention course Court Covenant crimes critical critique cultural defined definition discrimination discussion distinction domestic domination economic effect equality example exclusion existence fact feminism feminist force gender important individuals institutions interests international human rights international law international relations involved issues law of armed lives male marginalization matter means military nature obligations organizations particular parties peace persons perspective political position possible postmodernism practice present principle problems protection public/private question rape recognized regarded relations relationship Report requires responsibility rules sexual social society sphere structures supra note theory thinking treaty United United Nations University values violations violence women