Hiroshima Peace Science Volume 31
2009 発行

軍事化・生政治に直面する女たち : 太平洋地域からの考察

Women facing Militarization and Bio-politics : A Lesson from the Pacific Region
Alexander, Ronni
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This paper addresses the question of women's anti-war/peace movements from the perspective of bio-politics. Using the example of the Leitana Nehan Development Agency, a group established during the Bougainville Conflict in Papua New Guinea, the paper looks at the difficulty of social transformation in patriarchal and militarized post-colonial societies.
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