The politics of the battered women’s movement brings together a number of vital concerns: the role of the state in intimate relations, feminist analyses of male violence and power, and the ways political activists and professional “social service providers” variously define and intervene in social problems.
Male battering of women is now a public concern. More aptly, it has once again become a public concern. For there are cycles of attention just as there appears to ...
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