Following on from an earlier reply to Mr Sander's question related to this topic, coming up with actual vignettes seems to be more elusive.
To take the application of gender perspectives further, we need to gather vignettes of where ther has been more nuanced gendered analysis than the usual examples of ' just add women and stir'. If you have any please respond to this blog in the comments below.
For further explanation and some generic examples:
Gender analysis, as defined by the Nordic Centre for Gender on Military Operations is 'the systematic gathering and examination of information on gender differences and social relations in order to identify and understand inequities based on gender' (Whose Security? Practical examples of gender perspectives on military operations. NCGM, 2015).
Gendered analysis, by comparison, is the application of gender perspectives (yes, there are many, not just women) in the processing and exploitation of information to provide deeper and broader understanding of 2nd and 3rd order consequences of a given situation in order to positively impact the operational environment, the development of policy and plans, and the achievement of strategic objectives (author’s working definition, see also Scottish Government definitions , ).
Examples of the use of gender analysis and gender perspectives on military operations have tended to adopt the approach of ‘just add women and stir’ in order to establish active tactical indicators and directly enhance a safe and secure environment and the physical security of troops and the surrounding population, e.g.
Examples of the application of a gendered analysis at the operational and campaign level will detail the positive practical benefits in gaming 2nd and 3rd order consequences, e.g.
Few and far between or understood are military or defence level examples of the incorporation of gendered analysis in operational policy and plans in order to achieve strategic military and political outcomes, e.g.
Thanks for your help, comments, and debate.