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Essay from the year 2019 in the subject Politics - International Politics - General and Theories, grade: 2, Aston University, language: English, abstract: The goal of this essay is to examine feminist contributions to international relations theory in the context of wartime rape.In the first part of this essay, the author will discuss what feminist IR theory can be and what it means in this piece. In order to evaluate feminist contributions, it is necessary to lay out some groundwork. Therefore she will then go on to outline the gendered violence that happened during the Bosnian war and will also explain some of the moral-theory that dominates certain IR theories, because questions of humanity are questions of morals.Concluding this essay, the author take a look at international legislature concerning this topic, seeing how surprisingly enough, it is very close to some schools of IR theory specifically Realism. Before doing so, she will then put feminist IR theory in relation to mainstream IR theory against the background of wartime rape in Bosnia, although she touches upon this throughout this piece.
Seminar paper from the year 2019 in the subject Sociology - Methodology and Methods, grade: 2, Aston University, language: English, abstract: In this essay, I will take a closer look at three very different studies and the ability of the methods uses to fulfil their research goals. The subject that they have in common is mass rape of women during wartime.