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  1. Research

    The Intractability of Militarised Masculinity: A Case Study of Former Self-Defence Unit Members in the Kathorus Area, South Africa

    Langa, Malose, and Gillian Eagle. 2008. “The Intractability of Militarised Masculinity: A Case Study of Former Self-Defence Unit Members in the Kathorus Area, South Africa.” South African Journal of Psychology 38 (1): 152–75.

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    Topics: Combatants, Gender, Men, Boys, Masculinity/ies, Health, PTSD, Trauma, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Militarization, Post-Conflict Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: South Africa

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    Gender Mainstreaming and Peace-Building in War Torn Societies

    Gizelis, Ismene. 2004. “Gender Mainstreaming and Peace-Building in War Torn Societies.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Montreal, March 17.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Female Combatants, Democracy / Democratization, Gender, Women, Gender Roles, Gender Mainstreaming, Peacebuilding, Peace Processes, Political Participation, Post-Conflict, Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Rights, Human Rights, Women's Rights Regions: Africa, MENA, Southern Africa, Asia, Middle East, Europe, Northern Europe Countries: Israel, Palestine / Occupied Palestinian Territories, South Africa, United Kingdom

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    The Disfigured Body of the Female Guerilla: (De)Militarization, Sexual Violence, and Redomestication in Zoe Wicomb's David's Story

    Samuelson, Meg. 2007. “The Disfigured Body of the Female Guerrilla: (De)Militarization, Sexual Violence, and Redomestication in Zoë Wicomb’s David’s StorySigns: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 32 (4): 833-56. doi:10.1086/512491.

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Female Combatants, Feminisms, Gender, Women, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Militarization, Sexual Violence Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: South Africa

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    Girls with Guns: Narrating the Experience of War of Frelimo’s ‘Female Detachment'

    West, Harry G. 2000. “Girls with Guns: Narrating the Experience of War of Frelimo’s ‘Female Detachment.’” Anthropological Quarterly 73 (4): 180-94.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, National Liberation Wars, Combatants, Child Soldiers, Female Combatants, Gender, Girls, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Non-state Armed Groups, Rights, Women's Rights Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: Mozambique Keywords: child soldiers, violence, guerrilla war, women's emancipation, ideology, narrative

  5. Research

    Colonels & Cadres: War & Gender in South Africa

    Cock, Jacklyn. 1991. Colonels & Cadres: War & Gender in South Africa. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Gender, Masculinity/ies, Femininity/ies, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Militaries Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: South Africa

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    Girl Soldiers and Human Rights: Lessons from Angola, Mozambique, Sierra Leone and Northern Uganda

    Denov, Myriam. 2008. “Girl Soldiers and Human Rights: Lessons from Angola, Mozambique, Sierra Leone and Northern Uganda.” International Journal of Human Rights 12 (5): 813–36.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Child Soldiers, Gender, Girls, Health, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Non-state Armed Groups, Rights, Human Rights, Security, Human Security, Violence Regions: Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa, West Africa Countries: Angola, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Uganda

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    Why Did the Soldiers Not Go Home? Demobilized Combatants, Family Life, and Witchcraft in Post-War Mozambique

    Wiegink, Nikkie. 2013. “Why Did the Soldiers Not Go Home? Demobilized Combatants, Family Life, and Witchcraft in Post-War Mozambique.” Antropological Quaterly 86 (1): 107–32.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Post-Conflict Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: Mozambique

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    Where Are the Girls?: Girls in Fighting Forces in Northern Uganda, Sierra Leone and Mozambique: Their Lives During and After War

    McKay, Susan, and Dyan E. Mazurana. 2004. Where Are the Girls?: Girls in Fighting Forces in Northern Uganda, Sierra Leone and Mozambique: Their Lives During and After War. Montréal, Quebec: Rights & Democracy.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Child Soldiers, Gender, Girls, Post-Conflict Regions: Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa, West Africa Countries: Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Uganda

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    Reintegrating Young Combatants: do child-centred approaches leave children—and adults—behind?

    McMullin, Jaremy. 2011. “Reintegrating Young Combatants: Do Child-Centred Approaches Leave Children—and Adults—behind?” Third World Quarterly 32 (4): 743–64.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Child Soldiers, DDR, Gender, Girls, Boys, Peacebuilding, Post-Conflict Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: Angola

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    Beyond Civil Society: Child Soldiers as Citizens in Mozambique

    Thompson, Carol B. 1999. “Beyond Civil Society: Child Soldiers as Citizens in Mozambique.” Review of African Political Economy 26 (80): 191–206.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Civil Society, Combatants, Child Soldiers, Gender, Girls, Boys, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Militaries Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: Mozambique

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