SOC&GWS-Beyond The Global Victim - Beyond The Global...

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Beyond The Global Victim Enloe’s article’s focus is on promoting awareness of international politics within females because it affects our futures and because patriarchy creates labor divisions. It is essential to understand the cause and effect relationship central behind international politics. Each action supplants a new reaction, whether positive or negative. It is important to understand that although someone else’s problem does not seem to directly effect you in the long run it does indirectly. Whether it be an increase in oil prices due to tensions and warfare in the Middle East or the shortage of fresh cranberries for Thanksgiving because of a bad harvest year due to unseasonable weather, international politics effects us all somehow. She further goes on to point out that by inviting woman to become more involved does not mean reinterpretation by drawing on experiences. I think this is important especially within our class to maintain our sociological imagination of the overall
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course SOC 261 taught by Professor Jennings during the Winter '08 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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