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Confronting Rape And Sexual Assault

Author : Mary E. Odem
ISBN : 0842025995
Genre : Social Science
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So serious are the topics of rape and sexual assault that the mere discussion of them is often avoided. In this book, Mary Odem and Jody Clay-Warner examine the complex and painful issue of sexual violence from various perspectives, including sociology, criminology, anthropology, public health, and women's studies. The inclusion of personal accounts from women who have been raped or threatened by rape makes this collection particularly accessible, compelling, and powerful. Not only does this invaluable collection define and examine the prevalence of rape and sexual assault, but it analyzes social and institutional factors that contribute to their occurrence and provides strategies for prevention and change.

Current Perspectives On Sex Crimes

Author : Ronald M. Holmes
ISBN : 9780761924166
Genre : Psychology
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This wide-ranging anthology offers a variety of perspectives with excerpts from books and current articles from research journals, plus four original contributed articles. Topics covered include the major types of sex crimes and offenders, therapies, juvenile sex offenses, and nuisance sexual offenders. This book is designed as a stand alone or as a supplemental text to Sex Crimes, 2/e. Features of this text include: Cutting-edge articles by top scholars in the field Major units of the reader parallel and enhance the contents of Sex Crimes 2/e

Sourcebook On Violence Against Women

Author : Claire M. Renzetti
ISBN : 0761920056
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This textbook comprises a collection of original scholarly writings extensively coving current research on violence against women. It is an excellent resource for students, practitioners, and academics.

Program

Author : Organization of American Historians. Meeting
ISBN : UVA:X006039478
Genre : Historians
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Choice

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105022070960
Genre : Academic libraries
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Women And Autobiography

Author : Martine Watson Brownley
ISBN : UVA:X004267259
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Autobiography, as evidenced by best-seller lists, is one of the most popular literary genres. However, because critics have long dismissed it as subpar literature, little attention has been paid to autobiography, particularly accounts by women. Women and Autobiography, edited by Martine Watson Brownley and Allison B. Kimmich, offers an insightful perspective on this often overlooked field. This text gives a compact, comprehensive overview of women's autobiography, providing historical back-ground and contemporary criticism along with selections from a range of autobiographies by women. Developed primarily for undergraduates, Women and Autobiography combines theory and practice by pairing autobiographical selections and criticism. This book is a useful tool for courses in autobiography, literature by women, and women's studies.

Voices Unbound

Author : Lucindy A. Willis
ISBN : UVA:X004662764
Genre : Social Science
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Socrates. Virgil. Sir Francis Bacon. While over time, the concept of the great thinker has evolved and redefined itself, it has not evolved to formally include women in its exclusive circle of members. Conspicuously absent are the names of female "great thinkers" in intellectual studies--despite the skyrocketing interest in the American intellectual and the contribution by women to America's social and intellectual development. So, then, what does it mean to be an American woman intellectual in the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries? A collection of biographies and writings from the nineteenth century through the present, Voices Unbound speaks to the blatant omission of women from intellectual studies and begins the work of developing a women's intellectual tradition. Lydia Maria Child, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Margaret Mead, Susan Sontag, bell hooks--Voices Unbound reintroduces these remarkable women and their writings to the American public. Thorough and insightful, Voices Unbound is an important book for all those studying American intellectual history and women's history.

What Kind Of World Do We Want

Author : Judy Barrett Litoff
ISBN : 0842028846
Genre : History
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Even before the United States officially entered World War II, American women began to map out a far-reaching agenda for the postwar world. This book by Judy Barrett Litoff and David C. Smith is a collection of readings that show women activists' efforts for "peace . . . to emerge from this war".What Kind of World Do We Want?: American Women Plan for Peace is an essential resource for those interested in women's history, American history and the World War II era.

Critical Theory Critical Practice

Author : Valerie Walkerdine
ISBN : 0853159408
Genre : Psychology
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This publication is the second installment of this exciting new series for discussion of contemporary issues in critical psychology. It includes essays on motherhood, community psychology, employee assistance programs, the psychology of learning and teaching, rape prevention, Mad Pride and prison counseling.

Gender Identity Equity And Violence

Author : Geraldine B. Stahly
ISBN : UVA:X030260712
Genre : Education
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The authors of the thirteen chapters in this volume bring excitement and innovations to teaching about gender from a wide range of theoretical and discipline perspectives. They exhibit the inclusiveness that is central to feminist pedagogy'a perspective that centers the educational enterprise in the analysis of the interconnectedness of social categories that have traditionally divided and given root to inequality and oppression and aims for no less than social transformation. Empowerment is a core value in gender education and the experiential approach nurtures that goal. This volume provides many examples of the power of learning through experience as the authors demonstrate that, ''Žthe authority of the feminist teacher as intellectual and theorist finds expression in the goal of making students themselves theorists of their own lives by interrogating and analyzing their own experience.' (Weiler, 1991) To stimulate the adaptation of the approaches described in these books, each volume includes an Activity / Methodology table that summarizes key elements of each example, such as class size, pedagogy, and other disciplinary applications. Click here for the table to this title.

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