7 edition of Marriage and violence found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -223) and index.
|Statement||Frances E. Dolan.|
|LC Classifications||HQ503 .D65 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||235 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||235|
|LC Control Number||2008010523|
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"A Proper Marriage" is the second book in Doris Lessing's series, The Children of Violence. Set in a southern African country at the time of World War II, it outclasses its predecessor by miles. In "Martha Quest," the first book, the reader meets Martha and learns about the all-night parties and socializing in which Martha fully participates Cited by: "Marriage and Violence is an original, timely, and compelling study of the impact of early modern English discourses about marriage on contemporary understandings of marital violence.
Arguing that when marriage explodes into violence we can see the past haunting the present, Dolan both presents a radically new history of marriage and provides. A Troubled Marriage is a provocative exploration of how the legal system’s response to domestic violence developed, why that response is flawed, and what we should do to change it.
Goodmark argues for an anti-essentialist system, which would define abuse and allocate power in a manner attentive to the experiences, goals, needs and priorities of individual women.5/5(4). Marriage and Violence book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Marriage is often described as a melding of two people into on /5. He demonstrates that kin ties both stimulated conflict and helped to mitigate it. Following on from McKnight’s previous book, Going the Whiteman’s Way (Ashgate ), Of Marriage, Violence and Sorcery offers an archive of valuable primary materials, drawing on the author’s forty-year knowledge of the community on Mornington Island.
Marriage, Violence, the Synod and "Gone Girl" For those who have read the book and wonder at the quality of the film, it’s safe and spoiler-free to call it an impressive adaptation, 2 hours.