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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54824
Doc. No:TL24778
Call number:‭MR30656‬
Main Entry:Katerina Smylitopoulos
Title & Author:Human security and gender: Female suicide bombers in Palestine and ChechnyaKaterina Smylitopoulos
College:Royal Roads University (Canada)
Date:2006
Degree:M.A.
student score:2006
Page No:67
Abstract:Women in Chechnya and Palestine do not become suicide bombers because they are Muslim. Women in Chechnya and Palestine become suicide bombers because human security levels decrease during long-term conflict and allow rogue collectives to gain power in the absence of authority. When social infrastructures cease to function the populations of Chechnya and Palestine have no choice but to gravitate to organizations that supply and sustain basic needs. Using documentary materials, delegated interviews, and surveys administered in partnership with the Abo Dis Community Action Centre in the West Bank, this research will show how the experience of female suicide bombing is constructed as a response to foreign occupation, how gender and religion are secondary concerns to supporters of violent resistance, and how the history of human insecurity in Chechnya and Palestine has resulted in an 'economy of conflict' that has little stake in peace.
Subject:Social sciences; Russia; Cultural anthropology; Womens studies; 0326:Cultural anthropology; 0453:Womens studies
Added Entry:Royal Roads University (Canada)