Edited by Jill Steans and Daniela Tepe
- Handbook on Gender in World Politics
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Still engaging from the margins?
- Chapter 3: Gender as a variable in international relations research
- Chapter 4: Feminist historical materialist and critical theory
- Chapter 5: Poststructuralist feminism in world politics
- Chapter 6: Reworking postcolonial feminisms in the sites of IR
- Chapter 7: Masculinities in international relations
- Chapter 8: Sex, gender and sexuality
- Chapter 9: Feminist methodologies and world politics
- Chapter 10: The gendered state in international relations
- Chapter 11: Gender and citizenship
- Chapter 12: Gender and democratization
- Chapter 13: Is identity politics compatible with the pursuit of global justice?
- Chapter 14: Transnational feminist politics: a concept that has outlived its usefulness?
- Chapter 15: Is transnational feminist solidarity possible?
- Chapter 16: Gender, protest and political transition in the Middle East and North Africa
- Chapter 17: Gender and international law
- Chapter 18: The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women
- Chapter 19: LGBTI rights: the international context
- Chapter 20: International criminal courts
- Chapter 21: “With all the respect due to their sex”: gender and international humanitarian law
- Chapter 22: Refugees and asylum
- Chapter 23: NGOs, feminist activism and human rights
- Chapter 24: The gender of violence in war and conflict
- Chapter 25: Conflict-related sexual violence
- Chapter 26: Female suicide bombing
- Chapter 27: Gender and security
- Chapter 28: Gender difference in attitudes towards global issues
- Chapter 29: Economic sanctions and women’s status in target countries
- Chapter 30: The securitisation of human rights
- Chapter 31: Feminist security studies
- Chapter 32: The Women, Peace and Security resolutions: UNSCR 1325 to 2122
- Chapter 33: Peacekeeping
- Chapter 34: Solving the problem of men and masculinities in the private military and security industry
- Chapter 35: Gender, peace activism and anti-militarisation
- Chapter 36: Gender and popular culture
- Chapter 37: Cinema and film
- Chapter 38: New media and communications
- Chapter 39: Computer games and the reinforcement of gender gaps
- Chapter 40: Feminist political economy
- Chapter 41: Gender in global restructuring
- Chapter 42: Gender and migration
- Chapter 43: The global political economy of sex work
- Chapter 44: Gender and development
- Chapter 45: Globalisation, development and the empowerment of women: the case of African traders
- Chapter 46: Social reproduction – the Achilles heel of feminist transformation?
- Chapter 47: Gender in international governance
- Chapter 48: What is feminist economics?
- Chapter 49: The international financial institutions, structural adjustment and poverty reduction
- Chapter 50: Gender and microfinance/microcredit
- Chapter 51: The International Labour Organization and the gender of work
- Chapter 52: Gender and sustainable development
- Chapter 53: How effective is gender mainstreaming in international peace and security policymaking?
- Chapter 54: Conjoined, complex and ‘forgotten’ worlds: gender in world politics
Chapter 28: Gender difference in attitudes towards global issues
JOBNAME: Steans PAGE: 1 SESS: 3 OUTPUT: Tue Jun 21 10:38:38 2016 28. Gender difference in attitudes towards global issues Richard C. Eichenberg and Blair M. Read One consistent finding in the public opinion literature is that gender is correlated ...
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