War rape Essays

  • War Rape Literature Review

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    Psychosocial Consequences of War Rape for Individuals and Communities” International Journal of Psychological Studies; 2.2(2010): 14-25. This article a critical examination of existing literature on the nature and consequences of war rape through a socio-cultural and feminist lens has been presented. Rape that occurs in the context of war has distinct features, consequences, and implications for research and service providers. Historically the rape of women during war can be traced back to the eleventh

  • Analysis Of Claudia Card's Rape As A Weapon Of War

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    the hysteria and value the triumph and victory that war entails. War and combat, whose ideologies persist with the very fabric of time itself and with this persistence is the resurgence and modification of weaponry. To formulate our concepts of war, we associate our ideas with machine guns, gas masks, and bombs, however, looming in the shadows of our history are these silent agents of destruction: human trafficking, sterilization, and rape. Rape: “The crime of using force or the threat of force to

  • Stop The Rwanda Genocide

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    During the 20th century, approximately 174 million people have been killed by the government only and mostly by the communist governments (Dominic & Abimbola, 39). The figures are quite shocking. This clearly depicts that governments exploits the innocent people and incite them to stand against their brothers and sisters. The same story happened in Rwanda in 1994. According to the UN reports, 75% of the Tutsi population was exterminated in the genocide. It was the President Habyarimania’s government

  • Rape Culture In The Scarlet Letter

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    Roxane Gay once proclaimed, “Rape culture is a culture where we are inundated, in different ways, by the idea that male aggression and violence towards women is acceptable and often inevitable.” Imagine being attacked, stripped of your identity, and being forced into and blamed for actions you did not give consent to. This is considered normal for many women who experience the appalling act of sexual assault and its effects brought upon through the media’s depiction of rape culture. In The Scarlet Letter

  • Essay On Rape In Wartime

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    Rape is sometimes difficult to be described but in simplest term of the Federal Bureau Investigation (FBI), defines rape as “Penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus with any body part or object, or oral penetration by a sex organ of another person, without the consent of the victim.” The second aspect of war is rape which is considered as a mode of attack in societies such as in Africa as it invests particular values in the family and in women, making them the bearers of the patriarchal

  • Jan Ruff O Herne: Comfort Women During The Vietnam War

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    Ruff O’Herne is a Dutch Australian comfort woman, who campaigns for comfort woman and protection for woman during wars. A comfort woman is a woman forced to be a sex slaves to the military men. In O’Herne’s case, she, along with several women, were forced sex slaves to Japanese military men during the Second World War. Born in 1923, she grew up in the Dutch East Indies. In March 1942, war broke out in the pacific. The Japanese invaded her home, then chaos happened. All women, children, and men were

  • Girl Rising Film Analysis

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    he idea and message of the documentary ‘Girl Rising’ is very simple and yet very visionary. The aim of this documentary is to highlight the struggle of girls in the developing world by taking real life stories of nine different girls from different parts of the developing nations and reenacting their actual incidents to highlight the aspects of their plight. The aspects include sexual abuse, poverty, child labor, child marriage, bias education system and so on. These girls suffer everyday for education

  • The Storm Setting Analysis Essay

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    The Storm Setting Analysis The storm took place in a petty town in Louisiana in the late nineteenth century. It was the time when that place began to grow dark and began to rain heavily. The setting of the story resolves mostly in Calixta’s house. Calixta was left alone at home as her husband and her son came to the grocery store to buy foods. Alcee’, her ex-boyfriend came and ask for the rain shelter after a long time of her marriage with Bibinot. The storm represents for a good time that

  • The Round House By Louise Erdrich: An Analysis

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    bring him to “justice”, even if it was by his own hands. It would only be fair to seek out revenge! It was not going to be any other way! Joe wanted an eye for an eye and he was determined to get it! It is not easy for a 13- year old to endure the rape of his mom at such a young age! “The Round House” by Louise Erdrich tells the story of a psychological and emotional beating a teenager gets while realizing his mom has been brutally raped and the cruelty that can exists in the body of a so called

  • D. W. Cross Propaganda Analysis

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    In the article Propaganda: How Not to Be Bamboozled by D.W. Cross describes different ways in which propaganda can be used. There are fourteen ways that propaganda can be used. The author explains how propaganda can be used in good ways or bad ways, but most people get the perception that propaganda is always considered a bad thing. As it manipulates many people to do things, but propaganda is just an act of persuasion that seems appealing to the person. Propaganda can easily convince someone to

  • Analysis Of Rebecca Solnit's Essay 'The Longest War'

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    question is a comic series called “Archie”. Although, not the entire series itself, but rather a specific piece, which states that all women are failures, otherwise they would have been men. With supporting evidence from Rebecca Solnit’s “The Longest War” which goes in depth about the unfair and unjust inequalities and brutality women face as being treated as a minority gender in the world of men. (Solnit 527) The message of this artifact is implying that women are incapable of success. Thus, perpetuating

  • Argumentative Essay On Sex

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    According to Marilyn Monroe, “We are all born sexual creatures,thank God, but it's a pity so many people despise and crush this natural gift.” People now a day do not know the true and important meaning of sex. They see sex only as a pleasure. They do not know the difference between sex with love and without love for many people sex is sex. They interpret sex as the most fun you can do without laughing. We individuals should know the different consequences before doing sex. Based on the article

  • Dark Romanticism In Literature

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    Romanticism is a common genre in literature and art were Americans express their view on the American society view things in the world. A sub genre is dark romanticism which focus on more on the dark and deep side of humanity. Many these dark romanticism literature has symbols that represent the story as whole of the theme or moral of the story which can person, an object, or thing. These three stories that came from a genre of dark romanticism that represent thought a symbol. The Pit and The Pendulum

  • Why Do Famous People Deserve Privacy

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    Although people decided to live the life famous, they should still receive some type of privacy like everyone else. All the paparazzi following famous people around can cause them to break, which is what the paparazzi wants. There is plenty of information to help prove how much they need their own space like everyone else. In my opinion, famous people and their children need privacy to help them stay sane and happy. There are many people all over the internet who are agreeing that famous people

  • The Four Types Of Genocidal Rape

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    a response to the systemic, widespread and massive rape campaign carried out against Bosnian Muslims and Croat women and girls during the 1992 to 1995 Bosnian War, the 1993 United Nations Security Council Resolution 827 (UN Security Council, 1993), as a preamble to the establishment of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), contains the first ever documented UN reference to rape committed during armed conflict or rape as a violation of international humanitarian law (Schott

  • Aggression In Military

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    Sexual aggression/violence is a topic that isn’t discussed enough considering the risk factors at hand when joining the military and/or being in a war zone. My six articles directly relate to my question including topics that range anywhere from civilians in the East Congo being affected by war to domestic violence among individuals who are either veterans or are active duty personnel. Is sexual aggression/violence more prevalent in military personnel than the average population in the region

  • Gender Bias In Sexual Violence

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    Gender Bias in Sexual Offences Sexual violence occurs in times of peace and of war. It is not limited to any particular setting. It takes place within committed relationships and between strangers alike. In fact, it can occur between people of any gender and sexuality, even though there is no universal consensus on this aspect. However, the academic community is unanimous in its conclusion that sexual violence is usually about dominance and control rather than some form of sexual gratification.

  • The People Vs. Brock Turner Case Analysis

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    honest. (O’Neill)” Over the past few years, rape cases have been appearing more often. Often times men and women are afraid to speak up about rape because often times attorneys and judicial figures choose to baby the suspect and sympathize with them. Rape victims are questioned about the rape, but not in the way they should be. Questions like, “What were you wearing?” are asked, but should be replaced with, “What was the situation surrounding the rape?” Rape has become such an everyday occurrence in

  • Film Analysis: The Hunting Grounds

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    freedom less obtainable. That danger is rape. This hidden reality has been brought to light in the documentary “The Hunting Grounds” by producer Amy Ziering and director Kirby Dick, a very well known director who also managed the film “The Invisible War.” which centers around a similar concept or rape in the

  • Survivor Of Rape Research Paper

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    Rape is a devastating occurrence that is a huge problem in our society. In a world where one of every six women have been the victim of rape we need to address the destructive effects it has on a survivor. No person exposed to trauma is immune to the effects that can come with it. A rapist’s intention seeks out the most private aspect of a person’s life, the act in itself is intended to dominate and humiliate the victim. With an act filled with such evil, created to produce trauma and fear, a survivor