Women and the Use of Military ForceBook - 1993
With the active participation of women in the Gulf War, their role in mandating and implementing the use of military force has become a subject of heated debate. Clearly that role has changed - and expanded - greatly in the last decades. The policy-making establishment, though, continues to be predominantly male. And the obvious question remains: is there a fundamental difference in the way women and men use force and view its utilization on the international scale?
Publisher: Boulder : L. Rienner Publishers, c1993
Branch Call Number: 355.22 W872m
Characteristics: vii, 247 p. ; 24 cm