Women, Violence & Strategies for Action
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BeschreibungThis collection gives important insight into the new issues and questions that have become central to understandings of women, violence and resistance. It focuses on the connections between research and the development of strategies for change by providing excellent examples of policy-relevant feminist research, rooted in both academe and activism. The emphasis throughout is on the link between research and strategies for action at the local, national and international level.
The book gathers together the many exciting ideas, discussions and developments arising from the work of the researchers and activists who are part of the British Sociological Association Violence Against Women Study Group. The contributing authors share a commitment to research that centres on the material reality of women's lives and assists the generation of strategies for action. It complements the earlier volume, Women, Violence and Male Power, extending the latter's coverage in important ways by addressing differences as well as commonalities between women, and the complexities of feminist analysis and activism in a changing context.
Women, Violence and Strategies for Action is of direct relevance to practitioners working in the professions of probation, social work and law, as well as students and researchers in the fields of women's studies, sociology, social policy, social work, criminology and socio-legal studies. It will also be of interest to women's organizations, including local inter-agency forums.
InhaltsverzeichnisNotes on contributors
Stalking and paedophilia
ironies and contradictions in the politics of naming and legal reform
Feminist strategy and tactics
influencing state provision of counselling for survivors
pornography and violence against women on the Internet
Prostitution, pornography and telephone boxes
Damaged children to throwaway women
from care to prostitution
Sexual violence and the school curriculum
Shifting the margins
Black feminist perspectives on discourses of mothers in child sexual abuse
Supping with the devil?
multi-agency initiatives on domestic violence
Caught in contradictions
conducting feminist action orientated research within an evaluated research programme
Domestic violence in China
Theorizing commonalities and difference
sexual violence, law and feminist activism in India and the UK
PortraitJill Radford is Reader and Principal Lecturer in Criminology and Women's Studies at the University of Teesside. Melissa Friedberg is a lecturer in the department of Social Work at Brunel University. Lynne Harne is a researcher at the University of Bristol, in the School for Policy Studies and has taught Women's Studies at the University of Westminster. All three are active members of the BSA Women's Caucus, Violence Against Women Study Group.
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: OPEN UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2000
Seitenanzahl: 193 Seiten