Everyday Violence: How Women and Men Experience Sexual and Physical Danger
The author has talked to men and women in Britain and the U.S. as they share their experiences of personal violence and the precautions they take to protect themselves. It becomes clear that violence is part and parcel of everyday life for all of us.
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