Gender Violence: A Cultural Perspective
John Wiley & Sons, 28 sep. 2009 - 224 pagina's
Taking an anthropological perspective, this comprehensive book offers a highly readable and concise overview of what constitutes gender violence, its social context, and important directions in intervention and reform.
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