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Engendering Human Security: Feminist Perspectives
The book is a significant contribution in terms of revisting human security from a feminist perspective and expanding out understanding of what constitutes human security. The organization of the text provides a useful analysis of the relationship between the local and global, and the role that feminist analysis can play in restoring human security in the context of contemporary economic globalization
—The Book Review,April 2007
With the onset of globalization, women of the developing world have been severely affected. The changing relations and negotiations with the state as reflected in the lives of these women are well brought out in this collection of essays…The issues that the contributors raise are extremely important to prevent globalization from becoming a male discourse.
—The Tribune, May 2007
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