Gender‐Based Violence

@article{Russo2006GenderBasedV,
  title={Gender‐Based Violence},
  author={N. Russo and Angela G. Pirlott},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2006},
  volume={1087}
}
Abstract:  The United Nations has identified gender‐based violence against women as a global health and development issue, and a host of policies, public education, and action programs aimed at reducing gender‐based violence have been undertaken around the world. This article highlights new conceptualizations, methodological issues, and selected research findings that can inform such activities. In addition to describing recent research findings that document relationships between gender, power… Expand

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