Commentary on Websdale

  title={Commentary on Websdale},
  author={Jacquelyn C Campbell},
  journal={Violence Against Women},
  pages={1206 - 1213}
As we go into the 21st century, we can look at the past 30 years of domestic violence advocacy and research and remark proudly on how far we have come. The accumulated scientific knowledge, practitioner wisdom, policy changes, and public opinion changes are all remarkable (Klein, Campbell, Soler, & Ghez, 1997). What is even more exciting is that it looks like all that work has achieved at least partially the goal of decreasing, if certainly not yet ending, domestic violence. At the very least… 
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Misogyny and Homicide of Women
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