Gender, War, and Militarism : Feminist Perspectives. / Sjoberg, Laura (Editor); Via, Sandra (Editor).

Santa Barbara, CA : Praeger, 2010. 282 p.

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Gender, War, and Militarism : Feminist Perspectives. / Sjoberg, Laura (Editor); Via, Sandra (Editor).

Santa Barbara, CA : Praeger, 2010. 282 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

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Sjoberg L, (ed.), Via S, (ed.). Gender, War, and Militarism: Feminist Perspectives. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2010. 282 p.

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Sjoberg, Laura (Editor) ; Via, Sandra (Editor). / Gender, War, and Militarism : Feminist Perspectives. Santa Barbara, CA : Praeger, 2010. 282 p.

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