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Jurnal Global dan Strategis

ISSN 1907-9729

Vol. 9 / No. 1 / Published : 2015-09

TOC : 2, and page :19 - 36

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Original Article :

Feminist critiques against traditional approaches to security

Author :

  1. Petrus Farneubun*1
  1. Dosen tetap di Universitas Cendrawasih (Papua)

Abstract :

Feminists  claim  that  national security  is a model of  masculinity domination,  which  hardly  disputed  This  essay  addresses feminists critique on notion of conventional security and provides feminists  own  definition.  It  shows  that  feminists  adopt comprehensive  approach  in  relation  to  security.  They  tend  to define  security  in  a  broad  term  to  accomodate  contemporary issues.  They  also  propose  neutral  concept  of  security  to demonstrate that security is not exclusively men’s business.

Keyword :

Feminism, security, national security, hegemonic masculinity,


References :

  1. Ackerly, Brooke A. et al., (2006). Feminist Methodologies for International Relations. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
  2. Buzan, Barry and Lene Hansen, (2009). The Evolution of International Security Studies. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
  3. Connell, R. W., (1995). Masculinities (1st ed). Berkeley : University of California Press
  4. Enloe, Cynthia, (2004). The Curious Feminist: Searching for Women in a New Age of Empire. Berkeley : University of California Press
  5. Kolodziej, Edward A., (2005). Security and International Relations. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press


   


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