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Loaded Questions: Women in the Military

edited by W. Chapkis
Format
Book
Published
Amsterdam : Washington, DC : Transnational Institute, 1981.
Language
English
ISBN
0897580354
Description
97 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Notes
  • "In April 1981, seventeen women convened in Amsterdam to describe and analyse women in militaries, with a special focus on women recruited into the militaries allied in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (Nato). The meeting was sponsored by the Feminism/Socialism Project of the Transnational Institute. Women activists and researchers from Norway, Canada, Britain, West Germany, the United States and the Netherlands participated. In addition though Israel is not a member of Nato, an Israeli participant was included because so many of the presumptions about how and why women are used within a government's regular armed forces derive from the alleged experience of the Israeli military."
  • Bibliography: p. 91-94.
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