Browse Dept. of Sociology by Subject "gender"
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(2018-04-05)Through a socio-historical case study of the United State Army Military Government in Korea (USAMGIK) from 1945 to 1949, this dissertation examines the relationships between race, gender, and U.S. empire. I argue that the ...
Rocking the gender boat: resistance to traditional gender norms among Surface Warfare-qualified Navy women (2015-10-26)Given that the military is widely recognized as one of the central sites of gender definition and production in society, my dissertation explores the ways in which women who voluntarily enter the military, a traditionally ...
“That’s why we always fight back”: Structural violence and women’s responses on a Native American reservation (2019-08-02)This project explores how women who live on a southern California reservation of the Kumeyaay Nation experience and respond to violence. Using a structural violence lens (Galtung 1969) enables a wider view of the definition ...