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In the introductory chapter, Sjoberg explains that she does not use any specific methodological approach but instead prefers multiple feminisms or multiple feminist voices to create a dialogue concerning a feminist theory of war. Throughout the book, Sjoberg primarily relies upon gender as a lens to study warfare through four basic topics
including: the causes of war, making war, the experience of war, and the literal meaning of the word “war”. Chapter 1 provides a literature review of the causes of war and notes that gender has been systematically ignored throughout this scholarship. In the introductory chapter, Sjoberg explains that she does not
use any specific methodological approach but instead prefers multiple feminisms or multiple feminist voices to create a dialogue concerning a feminist theory of war. Throughout the book, Sjoberg primarily relies upon gender as a lens to study warfare through four basic topics including: the causes of war, making war, the
experience of war, and the literal meaning of the word “war”. Chapter 1 provides a literature

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