Conflict and Gender
Anita Taylor, Judi Beinstein Miller
Hampton Press, 1994 - Social Science - 331 pages
This volume examines ways in which conflict resolution and feminist theories might be integrated to enhance our understanding and management of conflicts, particularly those between men and women. Women and child victimisation, everyday conflicts and historical perspectives are explored.
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Introduction to Part I
Its Magnitude and One Jurisdictions Response
A Gender Problem?
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