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From gender regimes to violence regimes: Re-thinking the position of violence

Abstract

What happens when we focus primarily on violence as a central question – either within the gender regime approach or by making violence regime an approach in itself? The paper first interrogates gender regimes theoretically and empirically through a focus on violence, and then develops violence regimes as a fruitful approach, conceptualizing violence as inequality in its own right, and a means to deepen analysis of gender relations, gender domination, and policy. The article is a contribution to ongoing debate, which specifically and critically engages with the gender regime framework, as developed by Walby (2009).

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Authors

Hearn, Jeff
Strid, Sofia
Humbert, Anne Laure
Balkmar, Dag
Delaunay, Marine

Oxford Brookes departments

Oxford Brookes Business School

Dates

Year of publication: 2020
Date of RADAR deposit: 2020-06-11


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