Unbeautiful Soul? Debates and Empirical Experience of Women’s Contemporary Conceptualisation in Conflict

In the world where efforts to attach adjectival characters to place meanings and differentiate every object that exists are continuously conducted, efforts to understand human nature are also relentlessly conducted. As Wenona Giles and Jennifer Hyndman (2004) is stating the human body as “a site always marked by relations of gender, class, nation, race, caste, religion, and geographical location.” The nature of men and women were also given meanings and differentiated by attaching masculine or feminine characters into adjectival language, in which men naturally only possess masculine characters, while women naturally only have feminine characters. Strong, brave, dominant are called masculine characters considered as men’s natural features, while gentle, weak, submissive are called feminine characters considered as women’s natural features. These differentiations between masculine and feminine characters also happened in the language of international politics, especially in war and peace situation.


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