Women against the Vietnam War

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In this paper, I claim that the anti-Vietnam war activities were conducted by women individually for their own political beliefs and purposes, but by women in groups for assisting the needy, the children or the victim women as a result of the motherhood instinct of women. Besides, I present Jane Fonda as an example to the individual anti-war women, whereas the Women Strike for Peace, the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, and the Voice of Women / La Voix des Femmes to the groups of women whose motherhood instincts affected their anti-Vietnam war activism. Besides, I discuss that these women had to consider the corruption and transparency issues in Vietnam for helping the Vietnamese and the progress of the world rather than defending motherly purposes and just peace as a political motive. Thus, my resarch is based on the female gendered anti-war response. The activism of women is analyzed within the framework of Symbolic Interactionism of Blumer (1969).
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January 4, 2017
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