Rape, Love, and Sexuality: The Construction of Women in Discourse
Estrada-Claudio fuses feminist scholarship with Filipino psychology in this important contribution to the study and understanding of sexuality. She discusses sexual practices within a framework that recognizes gender and class power relations in Philippine society.
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