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Based on the author’s keynote talk at the ERF’s 25th anniversary conference in Kuwait City (March 10-12, 2019), this paper outlines the research and policy dimensions ...
Feminist research has revealed significant relationships between militarization, patriarchy, and gender inequality. This paper takes that research forward through an empirical analysis of the impact of militarization ...
According to the World Health Organization (WHO, 2018), one in three women has experienced physical or sexual violence at one point in their lives. This ...
One of the short comings in the tourism literature is that research on the oil price-tourism receipts nexus is limited. However, the available studies, to ...
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