Gender Identity and the Subject of Security

  title={Gender Identity and the Subject of Security},
  author={G. Hoogensen and S. Rottem},
  journal={Security Dialogue},
  pages={155 - 171}
  • G. Hoogensen, S. Rottem
  • Published 2004
  • Sociology
  • Security Dialogue
  • This article is a contribution to the ongoing debate on human security in Security Dialogue; the authors argue that they provide an illustration of the complexity and dynamism of security. To illustrate this point, the authors examine security through the notion of societal security as understood by Ole Wæver, and use identity as a ‘door’ to a broader understanding and use of the concept of security. The focus of the article is gender identity as an integral perspective of security. In… CONTINUE READING
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