Bénédicte SantoireUniversity of Ottawa · School of Political Studies
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) student in Political Science
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I am a Ph.D Candidate in Political Science at the University of Ottawa, Canada. I hold a Master's degree in Political Science from Université de Montréal. My research interests include feminist international relations, feminist security studies, foreign policy, disarmament, and the UN Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace, and Security. My thesis focuses on the implementation of the WPS agenda in the post-Soviet space.
This article is a feminist framing and discourse analysis of Western media representations of women in armed conflicts. Looking specifically at the case of Kurdish women fighters, I conducted a qualitative data analysis of 125 news articles in three different media spaces. The results highlight the complex and socially constructed nature of media r...
Armed conflict, women and climate change Jody M. Prescott, New York : Routledge, 2018, pp.258 - Bénédicte Santoire