Female terrorism and militancy: agency, utility, and organization
This edited volume provides a window on the many forces that structure and shape why women and girls participate in terrorism and militancy, as well as on how states have come to view, treat, and strategize against them.
Females who carry out terrorist acts have historically been seen as mounting a challenge to the social order by violating conventional notions of gender and power, and their participation in such acts has tended to be viewed as being either as a passive victim or a feminist warrior. This volume seeks to move beyond these portrayals, to examine some of the structuring conditions that play a part in a girl or woman's decision to commit violence. Amidst the contextual factors informing her involvement, the volume seeks also to explore the political agency of the female terrorist or militant. Several of the articles are based on research where authors had direct contact with female terrorists or militants who committed acts of political violence, or with witnesses to such acts.
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|Grouping Title||female terrorism and militancy agency utility and organization|
|Grouping Author||cindy d ness|
|Last Grouping Update||2017-08-14 05:04:26AM|
|Last Indexed||2018-07-18 04:57:50AM|
|owning_library_arlington||Arlington Public Library Online, Aurora Hills Online, Central Online, Cherrydale Online, Columbia Pike Online, Connection Crystal City Online, Detention Center Online, Glencarlyn Online, Local History Online, Plaza Online, Shirlington Online, Westover Online|
|series||Contemporary terrorism studies|
|series_with_volume||Contemporary terrorism studies||
|title_display||Female terrorism and militancy agency, utility, and organization|
|title_full||Female terrorism and militancy [electronic resource] : agency, utility, and organization / edited by Cindy D. Ness|
|title_short||Female terrorism and militancy|
|title_sub||agency, utility, and organization|