Corpus ID: 16000737

Introduction- Engendering Violence in Papua New Guinea: Persons, Power and Perilous Transformations

@inproceedings{Jolly2012IntroductionEV,
  title={Introduction- Engendering Violence in Papua New Guinea: Persons, Power and Perilous Transformations},
  author={Margaret Jolly},
  year={2012}
}
Gender violence poses a classic anthropological dilemma apropos human universals versus culturally relative concepts and values. But, both in research and in policy and associated programs of prevention and intervention, we need to try to move beyond this impasse, looking at the interaction and translation of local and global meanings in the transnational relations of our world and at the dynamic and complex historical processes which ground how gender violence has been named as a problem by… Expand
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