Against Violence Against Women: The Case for Gender as a Protected Class
By: Rona M. Fields (author)Paperback
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Responding to the targeted destruction of women, Fields argues for establishing Gender as a protected class under the Genocide Convention. Cases are explored, historically, anthropologically, psychologically and sociologically, from the author's field research, as well as focuses on morbidity, mortality and demographic documentation data.
Rona M. Fields is Founding Director of Associates in Community Psychology, and Senior Research Fellow in Cyber Security Studies at the Center for Advanced Defense Studies, George Washington University, USA.
Introduction to the Concept of Gender Genocide 1. The Case of Afghanistan 2. The Bedouin 3. East Africa 4. Darfur 5. West Africa: Liberia, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, Cameroon 6. China as a Case Study 7. India Questionable Cases in Europe Historically and Recently
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