|Title||The political economy of violence against women|
|Imprint||Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012|
|Descript||x, 242p. : ill ; 24 cm|
From domestic violence to war crimes: the political economy of violence against women. -- What has poverty got to do with it? Feminist frameworks for analyzing violence against women. -- Losing entitlement, regaining control: masculinities and competitive globalization. -- Crossing borders to make ends meet: sex trafficking and maid trade, and other gendered forms of labor exploitation. -- New spaces of gender violence: economic transition and trade liberalization. -- Boom, bust, and beating: international financial institutions, crises, and violence against women. -- Old and new tactics of war: sexual violence in armed conflict. -- Rebuilding with or without women? gendered violence in postconflict peace and reconstruction. -- Who suffers most? gendered violence in natural disasters and their aftermath. -- Conclusion: researching violence against women--the point is to end it ...
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