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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54139
Doc. No:TL24093
Call number:‭3267982‬
Main Entry:Karambu L. Ringera
Title & Author:Excluded voices: Grassroots women and peacebuilding in southern SudanKarambu L. Ringera
College:University of Denver
Date:2007
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2007
Page No:243
Abstract:This dissertation is an engaged critique of peacebuilding discourses and approaches in South Sudan with regard to women's exclusion and resulting lack of representation in the peacebuilding arena. The study investigates how women's exclusion in the peacebuilding process is historically constructed, structurally constrained, and socially organized in ways that limit and enable particular identities, individual capacities, and social forms. The study applies a critical feminist view to the work of two women's peacebuilding agencies and a critical autoethnographic analysis of experience in South Sudan and interviews with South Sudanese women. Based on this critique, the study explores the question of how approaches to peacebuilding by women-led organizations perpetuate exclusion of grassroots women from peacebuilding processes in South Sudan. To answer the question, the study interrogates major contextual levels, structural processes and systemic ideologies, and the impact of these on approaches to peacebuilding. The study explores how women-led peacebuilding agencies disengage their approaches from the context on the ground and operate from a dominant ideological framework that reproduces patriarchy and exclusion of women. The study concludes with a description of elements in a tentative systemic model of engaged and embodied, women inclusive, peacebuilding informed by a search for moral imagination (Lederach, 2005) and personal account of a peace proactivist.
Subject:Communication and the arts; Social sciences; Grassroots; Peacebuilding; Sudan; Women activists; Womens studies; Communication; Organizational behavior; Organization theory; 0703:Organizational behavior; 0453:Womens studies; 0703:Organization theory; 0459:Communication
Added Entry:L. S. Mendoza
Added Entry:University of Denver