|aViolence and gender in the globalized world :|bthe intimate and the extimate /|cedited by Sanja Bahun-Radunovic, V.G. Julie Rajan.
|aAldershot, England :|bAshgate,|cc2008.
|axv, 226 p. ;|c25 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tIndigenous women's anti-violence strategies /|rYifat Susskind --|tGoing beyond the universal-versus-relativist rights discourse and practice: the case of Malaysia /|rSharon A. Bong --|tMicrocredit and violence: a snapshot of Kerala, India /|rValsala Kumari K.B. --|tPeople behind walls, women behind walls: reading violence against women in Palestine /|rRose Shomali Musleh --|tAlgerian adolescents caught in the crossfire /|rMeredeth Turshen --|tThe after-war war of genders: misogyny, feminist ghettoization, and the discourse of responsibility in post-Yugoslav societies /|rSvetlana Slap廥ak --|tA call for nuanced constitutional jurisprudence: South Africa, Ubuntu, dignity and reconciliation /|rDrucilla Cornell, in collaboration with Karin Van Marle --|tLitigating international human rights claims of sexual violence in the US courts: a brief overview of cases brought under the Alien Tort Statute and Torture Victim Protection Act /|rJennifer M. Green --|tThe traffic in "trafficked Filipinas": sexual harm, violence, and victims' voices /|rSealing Cheng --|tVictims, villains, saviors: on the discursive constructions of trafficking in women /|rLoretta Ihme --|tEthnicity and gender in the politics of Roma identity in the post-communist countries /|rAng歋la K漃cz歋 --|tOver her dead body: talking about violence against women in recent Chicana writing /|rDeborah L. Madsen --|tWhen theater becomes a crusade against violence: the case of V-Day /|rMarta Fern榥ndez-Morales.