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Sourcebook on Violence Against Women

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9781412971669

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1412971667
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Pub. Date:
8/2/2010
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SAGE Publications, Inc
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Summary

The Sourcebook on Violence Against Women, Second Edition is a comprehensive volume of the current state of research, theory, prevention, and intervention on violence against women. Editors Renzetti, Edleson, and Bergen bring together their expertise along with a well-known cast of contributors to create the most up-to-date, comprehensive resource. Key Features : Includes case examples and narratives from the victim's and perpetrator's perspectives which makes the content more engaging for students Updated to include new and emerging areas such as restorative justice, prevention, fatality and faith based programs New pedagogical features such as summaries, discussion questions, and a student website

Table of Contents

Foreword to the Second Edition
Foreword to the First Edition
Preface
Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Researching Violence Against Women
Theoretical and Definitional Issues in Violence Against Women
Personal Reflection: Evan Stark
Research Methods, Measures, and Ethics
Personal Reflection: Ronet Bachman
Assessing Violence Against Women in Practice Settings: Processes and Tools Practitioners Can Use
Personal Reflection: Mary Ann Dutton
Types of Violence Against Women
Sexual Harassment: Violence Against Women at Work and in Schools
Personal Reflection: Nan Stein
Defining the Scope of Sexual Violence Against Women
Personal Reflection: Carolyn West
Intimate Partner Violence Against Women
Personal Reflection: Barbara Hart
Pornography
Personal Reflection: Gail Dines
Cultural Issues in Violence Against Women
Personal Reflection: Anita Raj
Economic Issues and Intimate Partner Violence
Personal Reflection: Jill Davies
Prevention and Direct Intervention
State, National, and International Legal Initiatives to Address Violence Against Women: A Survey
Personal Reflection: Kiersten Stewart
Primary Prevention
Personal Reflection: Esta Soler
Sexual Assault Services
Personal Reflection: Pamela Teaster
An Overview of Community-Based Services for Battered Women
Personal Reflection: Valli Kalei Kanuha
Violence Against Women and the Criminal Justice Response
Personal Reflection: Kathleen Ferraro
Health Care for Survivors of Partner and Sexual Violence
Personal Reflection: Ann Coker
Faith-Based Programs and Interventions
Personal Reflection: Rev. Dr. Marie Fortune
School-Based Dating Violence Prevention: From Single Events to Evaluated, Integrated Programming
Personal Reflection: Jackson Katz
Intervening With Men for Violence Prevention
Personal Reflection: Edward Gondolf
Author Index
Subject Index
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