You are to write a critical book review. THIS IS NOT A SUMMARY OF THE BOOK, but an analysis of the book's contribution to the study of sex and gender. Try to make your review clear and informative.
The following points should help you focus your book review:
1) what are the author's goals in the book and how well does he/she achieve them?
2) does the author provide convincing ethnographic material to support his/her points?
3) what is the significance of the book?
1. What are the author's goals in the book and how well does he/she achieve them?
She infers that a humanitarian goal was the crux of the book with"I went to Afghanistan after the bombing stopped. Somehow I felt obliged to help pick up the pieces. I was a New Yorker who had always lived downtown, and for a long time after the towers fell I experienced moments when I couldn't get my bearings... Four thousand collateral civilian deaths in Kabul brought no consolation for the death of thousands from around the world in the ...
Kabul in Winter: Life Without Peace in Afghanistan by Ann Jones is briefly examined.