Book Review: Gender, War, & Conflict by Laura Sjoberg

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Abstract

In conflicts across the world, women continue to play a large and growing role in formal and informal military structures. Laura Sjoberg‘s book questions how useful traditional gendered categories are in understanding the dynamics of war and conflict today. Mercy Ette applauds this book for its potential to inform and influence policy on war and war-making.
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Specialist publicationLondon School of Economics Book Reviews
Publication statusPublished - 7 Oct 2014

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