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Enloe envisages a theory for the very subjects of her work: the women. She believes that a simple, easy -to-understand feminist theory that is accessible to not just the academia, but the common man and women can bring about a genuine change in the state-of-affairs. Enloe is clearly critical of the academic paradigm of equating inaccessibility with erudition.
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The Marxist roots of her standpoint-feminist ideology is perhaps clear in such an activist stance. Another critique is that of marginalising men in her theory.
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Adam Jones feels that in her discussion of rape as a war crime, Enloe ignores the role of men as perpetrators and victims of genocide 9. Also, he points out that she fails to see women as abetters of rape. Indeed, as one reads through Bananas, Beaches and Bases, one does wonder if Enloe makes the mistake of seeing men, and not masculinity , as the culprit. Women always seem to be the victims, and their role in perpetuating masculine dominion is left unexplored. This could just be an issue of language usage and keeping the narrative interesting, but one can draw the wrong conclusions at times.
Even two decades after the book was written, the theory has only increased in relevance. Enloe herself has applied her analysis to the post -Iraq War militarisation of women, and continues to propagate her activist theory. Enloe, Cynthia. Tickner, J.
Keohane, Robert O. Jones, Adams. Beckwith, Karen. The Journal of Politics, Vol. Buskie, Alexandra.
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