Expanding on the issues she originally explored in her classic work, "Gender in International Relations, " J. Ann Tickner focuses her distinctively feminist approach on new issues of the international relations agenda since the end of the Cold War, such as ethnic conflict and other new security issues, globalizations, democratization, and human rights. As in her previous work, these topics are placed in the context of brief reviews of more traditional approaches to the same issues. She also looks at the considerable feminist work that has been published on these topics since the previous book came out.
Tickner highlights the misunderstandings that exist between mainstream and feminist approaches, and explores how these debates developed in the new environment of post--Cold War international relations.
Acclaim for Tickner's "Gender in International Relations":
"For all who seek new ways to think about and understand world politics"
-- "Political Science Quarterly"
"Tickner... rethinks from a feminist point of view virtually every conventional category used by theorists and practictioners of international relations." -- Susan Moller Okin, Stanford University
"For all who seek new ways to think about and understand world politics." - Political Science Quarterly; "Tickner... rethinks from a feminist point of view virtually every conventional category used by theorists and practitioners of international relations." - Susan Moller Okin, Stanford University"
Series: International Relations Series
For Ages: 22+ years old
Number Of Pages: 262
Published: 22nd May 2001
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.88
Weight (kg): 0.3