Beating the Devil Out of Them: Corporal Punishment in American Families
The author suggests that spanking children is a form of violence and that such treatment not only adversely affects the children who experience it, but society as a whole.
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The Conspiracy of Silence
Denise A Donnelly Chapters 3 and
Everyone Does It But Less
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Mulheres invisíveis: violência conjugal e as novas políticas de segurança
Barbara Musumeci Soares
No preview available - 1999