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Title Applying anthropology to gender-based violence : global responses, local practices / edited by Jennifer R. Wies and Hillary J. Haldane.
Imprint Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2015]
©2015.

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 Main Stacks  GN495.2 .A77 2015    AVAILABLE
Description xi, 214 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Violence -- Cross-cultural studies.
Women -- Violence against -- Cross-cultural studies.
Abused women -- Cross-cultural studies.
Family violence -- Cross-cultural studies.
Abused women.
Family violence.
Violence.
Women -- Violence against.
Genre Cross-cultural studies.
Contents Return to the local : lessons for global change / Jennifer R. Wies and Hillary J. Haldane -- Women, embodiment, and domestic violence in northern Vietnam / Lynn Kwiatkowski -- Bureaucratic bindings : refugee resettlement and intimate partner abuse / Elizabeth Wirtz -- Munted : rebuilding community after disaster / Hillary J. Haldane -- Gender-based violence and the state in Guatemala's genocide and beyond / M. Gabriela Torres -- Prostitution diversion programs and structural violence / Yasmina Katsulis -- Sex trafficking of native peoples : history, race, and law / April D.J. Petillo -- Pa manyen fanm nan konsa : understanding violence against women after Haiti's earthquake / Mark Schuller -- Campus sexual violence policies and practices : a holistic and historical approach to research and practice / Jennifer R. Wies -- "I'm a real father now!" : using applied anthropology to promote positive masculinities to reduce family violence in northern Uganda / Rebecka Lundgren and Kimberly Ashburn -- Employing scholar-activist anthropology to counter gender-based intimate partner violence in Belize / Melissa Beske -- Intimate partner violence, social change, and scholar-activism in coastal Ecuador / Karin Friederic.
Summary "Applying Anthropology to Gender-Based Violence: Global Responses, Local Practices addresses the gaps in theory, methods, and practices that are currently used to engage the problem of gender-based violence. This book complements the work carried out in the legal, human services, and health fields by demonstrating how a focus on local issues and responses can better inform a collaborative global response to the problem of gender-based violence. With chapters covering Africa, Asia, Latin and North America, and Oceania, the volume illustrates the various ways scholars, practitioners, frontline workers, and policy makers can work together to end violence in their local communities. The chapters in this volume provide ample evidence that top-down responses to violence have been inadequate, and that solutions are available when the local historical, political, and social context is taken into consideration. Applying Anthropology to Gender-Based Violence contains useful insights that, when combined with the efforts of other disciplines, offer solutions to the problem of gender-based violence."--Publisher's website.
Other Author Wies, Jennifer R., editor.
Haldane, Hillary J., editor.