Somos Hermanas Del Mismo Dolor (We Are Sisters of the Same Pain)

@article{Kim2017SomosHD,
  title={Somos Hermanas Del Mismo Dolor (We Are Sisters of the Same Pain)},
  author={Tiffany Kim and C. Draucker and C. Bradway and Jeanne Ann Grisso and M. Sommers},
  journal={Violence Against Women},
  year={2017},
  volume={23},
  pages={623 - 642}
}
  • Tiffany Kim, C. Draucker, +2 authors M. Sommers
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Violence Against Women
  • Migration across international borders places tremendous stress on immigrant families and may put women at greater risk for intimate partner violence. In this study, we used narrative analysis methods to explore how nine Mexican immigrant women in the Northeastern United States described their experiences of intimate partner sexual violence, and how these stories were embedded within narratives of transition and movement across borders. We identified three major themes: The Virgin and the Whore… CONTINUE READING

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