Foreign Security Policy, Gender and US Military Identity

Citation:

Brunner, Elgin. 2013. Foreign Security Policy, Gender and US Military Identity. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Author: Elgin Medea Brunner

Annotation:

Differentiation from the Self has been a unifying feature of war stories since they were first told highlighting that war stories are about the production of identity. Based on analysis of military documents, this book aims to unravel some of the gendered ideologies that underpin the link between state identity and foreign security policy.

Topics: Armed Conflict, Gender, Gendered Discourses, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Militaries, Security

Year: 2013

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