Mackenzie Hahn International Relations 12/10/17 Final Paper Women in Terrorism Women in Terrorism Abstract: This paper is an examination of the role and acuities of women in terrorist groups and acts of terror and will discuss the role of women in both international and domestic terrorism. This paper touches both on the role women play in terrorism and anti-terrorism. This paper argues that women’s role in terrorism differs depending on whether they are participating in international or domestic, with women more likely to participate in domestic terrorism.
This study seeks to understand international law and domestic violence with focus on the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Domestic violence is very prevalent in Afghanistan with majority of targets being women and children. However the main focus in this research would be the women. Domestic Violence against women can be called domestic abuse, spousal abuse, battering and family violence, furthermore it is a serious concern because not only is it a violent act committed against women, it also violates their human rights. Tjaden & Thoennes (2000) defined domestic violence as rape, assault and stalking perpetuated by current and former dates, spouses and cohabiting partners.
Domestic terrorism according to the dictionary is defined as “the methodical use of violence or threatening by means of violence against citizens or individuals so as to obtain certain political, religious or an idea in nature by means of coercion, instilling fear in people or by intimidation” I agree with the author on the article of gender in domestic terrorism. The purpose of the author’s article is to test widely held idea regarding women’s role in terrorism by examining female criminal participation within domestic terrorism”. These idea has a lots to do with gendered stereotypes that have influence on the our policy in domestic terrorism which need further studies in order to increase peoples knowledge in the role of women in domestic
This review of this particular article, An Examination of Suffragette Violence, Bearman, C. J. (2005), will piece together the aims and objectives, along with looking at the its influences on other arguments within the subject area. Also the type of sources used throughout the article to help explain Bearman’s argument, and how it compares with other studies. The abstract for this article provides an outline for the main arguments, which are: an analysis and assessment of the impact of the violence caused by the suffragette movement, with close consideration to the Women’s Social and Political Union. This article looks at whether political violence helped towards the right to vote for women, (An Examination of Suffragette Violence, Abstract:
a. Describe one example of how intersectionality, cisprivilege and cissexism, or criminal archetypes played out in the film. The biggest thing that came out of the film, was showing a lot of the criminal archetypes that were in the film, from “Attack of the Killer Lesbians”, “Attack of the Killer Dykes” (Doroshwalther) and other titles that were given to the ladies, and you see this in the news all the time, even nowadays even with different terms, and it is used to get as many views as they can, and do people deserve to get called something that they are in a harmful manner, no, they do not deserve that abuse. Another thing you do seen in the film is intersectionality, with the headlines again, and almost guaranteed in the court case, it was most likely brought up, were these ladies considered lesbians, dykes, or any other names to better assist whoever was using the term.
There are many women who are being forced into sex, beaten or perhaps abused in her lifetime by a person called a man. At some other times, the women are being assaulted by people whom they don’t know, but most frequently they are hurt or abused by people who are close to them. Women abuse occur in all cultures and races, it doesn’t have any boundaries. We have buried a lot of women, of which their death resulted from women abuse issue, some women today have anger and can’t even raise their children properly, they are angry with everyone and some can’t even face the world. Women abuse causes an awful emotional and physical pain; it intimidates the lives of women.
Sometimes the definition changes and becomes complicated as society begins to speak against the phenomenon. According to Johnson and Kelly (2004), ? the term domestic violence was adopted by women?s advocate to emphasize the risk to women within their own family and household (p. 476).? Two controversies surround the definition of domestic violence. The debate focuses on two areas: breadth (narrow v. broad) of definition and language.
In India, violence against women occurs daily in some or the other form. For some Indian women the possibility of violence occurs throughout their lives, especially with changes in marital status. For many years this kind of violence and oppression is seen in most of the house. Even though women’s organizations, feminists and researchers have initiated paradigm shifts in understanding and ending VAW (Violence Against Women) in India, it remains one of the worst forms of oppression faced by women. Such violence impedes women’s development and well-being and is a violation of their human rights (Johnson & Johnson, 2001)
1.Based on Chapter 11, what is your interpretation of violence in nursing? Nurses can experience violence from other nurses, other health professionals, patients, visitors, and strangers. To this day violence continues to be a major professional issue nurses face (Hockley, 2017). Violence does not only involve physical aspects, but nonphysical aspects like emotional and finical burdens.
Intimate Partner Violence The definition of violence against women evolves many times as these experiences become known. Intimate partner violence is the most common form of violence against women and includes physical, sexual and, emotional abuse and controlling behavior buy an intimate partner. Intimate partner violence (IPV) occurs in all settings and among all socioeconomic, religious and cultural groups. The overwhelming global burden of IPV is borne by women(WHO).
1. Domestic violence often called domestic abuse or intimate relationship violence refers to abusive actions between two individuals who is in a past or present close relationship. (The Office of Violence Against Women, part of the U.S. Department of Justice, defines domestic abuse as, “a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that can be used by one partner to gain or maintain power over another intimate partner”) (Domestic Violence, 2015). Domestic abuse can impact anyone whether partners are married, unmarried, heterosexual or bisexual.
Intimate partner violence is a very common yet preventable problem affecting millions of people around the world. It can be physical, psychological or sexual. Intimate partner violence could be by a former or current intimate partner. Men can also be a victim to intimate partner violence but it is often more common among women and is usually always in the form of aggression or stalking. It is both a physical, emotional experience that entails a great deal coercive and assaultive behaviors.