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SOCIAL VISIBILITY AND TOLERANCE TO FAMILY VIOLENCE

@article{Gracia2003SOCIALVA,
  title={SOCIAL VISIBILITY AND TOLERANCE TO FAMILY VIOLENCE},
  author={Enrique Gracia},
  journal={Psychology in Spain},
  year={2003},
  pages={39-45}
}
  • E. Gracia
  • Published 2003
  • Sociology
  • Psychology in Spain
This paper analyzes a phenomenon common to all types of family violence (child abuse, abuse of women, or abuse of the elderly in the family context), but which has received little attention. The phenomenon in question is given the metaphori- cal label "iceberg", in reference to the notion that only a small portion of all cases of family violence become known, the vast majority being socially and institutionally invisible. This paper questions the supposed invisibility of family violence, and… 

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