Gender, War and World Order: A Study of Public Opinion

TitleGender, War and World Order: A Study of Public Opinion
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsEichenberg, Richard C.
PublisherCornell University Press
CityIthaca, NY

Richard C. Eichenberg analyzes hundreds of surveys across more than sky countries to draw new and important conclusions surrounding public opinion on fundamental global issues and how it differs based on gender. Gender, War and World Order poses three questions: What is the significant difference in the opinions of men and women on issues of national security in international affairs? Does gender difference vary across issues, culture or time? And where do these differences source from? Eichenberg concludes that the magnitude of gender difference on security issues correlates with the level of gender equality in a society. This research study was motivated by the lack of scholarly understanding of the substantial gender difference in attitudes toward the use of military force. (Cornell University Press)

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