Foreign Security Policy, Gender, and US Military Identity by Elgin Medea Brunner (auth.)

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It engages different foci while reading a text; it may 40 Foreign Security Policy, Gender, and US Military Identity mean ‘the repetition of the dominant reading, to show how it achieves its coherence’ (Smith and Owens 2005: 287) or the reversal of the hierarchies and the subsequent undoing of the pairing (Gregory 1989). It can also mean the juxtaposition of a previously unacknowledged ‘truth’ over the dominant ‘truth’ or the focused engagement with subjugated bodies of knowledge, showing how these are silenced (Milliken 2001).

6). A prominent example of this mechanism was the reporting on the casus belli by the two major US newspapers (The New York Times and Washington Post) in the run-up to ‘Operation Iraqi Freedom’, which later caused both of these news outlets to issue a public ‘mea culpa’ (see The New York Times 2004, Washington Post 2004). The volume edited by Miller (2004) gathers an excellent selection of analytical articles particularly on propaganda and media distortion in the attack on Iraq, while Jahrmarkt (2004) provides an individual case study on the same topic.

And men’ (Cooke and Woollacott 1993: vii). Goldstein (2001) takes the same line while tracing the ways and mechanisms of how the ‘war system’ shapes the ‘gender system’ and vice versa and how both systems depend upon each other and are therefore mutually reproductive of each other. The focus having gradually shifted from women to gender, masculinities as subject of inquiry increasingly gained attention. , Cohn and Enloe 2003, Hutchings Contextualising the Study of Gender and War 23 2008a), based upon Connell’s (1987) argument that there is no single form of masculinity or femininity in Western societies, only different ways of being a man or a woman.

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