Watching Rape

Author: Sarah Projansky
Editor: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814766900
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Honorable Mention, 2014 Distinguished Contribution to Research Award presented by the Latina/o Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association Getting Ahead tells the compelling stories of Latin-American immigrant women living in public housing in two Boston-area neighborhoods. Silvia Domínguez argues that these immigrant women parlay social ties that provide support and leverage to develop networks and achieve social positioning to get ahead. Through a rich ethnographic account and in-depth interviews, the strong voices of these women demonstratehow they successfully negotiate the world and achieve social mobility through their own individual agency, skillfullynavigating both constraints and opportunities. Domínguez makes it clear that many immigrant women are able to develop the social support needed for a rich social life, and leverage ties that open options for them to develop their social and human capital. However, she also shows that factors such as neighborhood and domestic violence and the unavailability of social services leave many women without the ability to strategize towards social mobility. Ultimately, Domínguez makes important local and international policy recommendations on issue ranging from public housing to world labor visas, demonstrating how policy can help to improve the lives of these and other low-income people.

Who S Watching Your Drink

Author: Sharon K. Jackson
Editor: Norton Pub
ISBN:
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This riveting account of drug rape and survival is amazing story of triumph over tragedy, and the first of it's kind to address the issue of GHB-induced rape. Twenty years after the event took place, the author's memory of being drugged and raped repeatedly finally surfaced--here is her journey of memory retrieval, pain, humiliation, self-education, forgiveness, and ultimately triumph and survival.

Social Psychology

Author: Charles George Lord
Editor: Harcourt College Pub
ISBN: 9780030551338
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Rape

Author: Queen's Bench Foundation
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October

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Watching What We Watch

Author: Walter T. Davis
Editor: Westminster John Knox Press
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Offers counsel on how to address messages of popular culture as reflected on television today, explaining how to view programs in light of faith, values, and belief systems as a means of identifying appropriate broadcasts. Original.

The Effects Of Media Portrayals Of Sexual Violence On Female Viewers

Author: Kristen Lee Haith Stoutemyer
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Rape Of The Gamp

Author: Julian Crosky
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Crossing Over

Author: Arlene Raven
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Sex Offending

Author: Jill D. Stinson
Editor: Amer Psychological Assn
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File Size: 33,52 MB
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In this book, the authors review and critique existing theories addressing the reasons some adolescent and adult males commit sex offences.

Watching Wildlife

Author: Cynthia Chris
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Resources For Feminist Research

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Human Sexuality Today

Author: Bruce M. King
Editor: Pearson College Division
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This appealing, readable and humanistic guide to human sexuality achieves a sound balance between facts and understanding, giving readers the information they need to make responsible decisions and helping them feel comfortable about themselves while learning about their sexuality. A wide range of chapter topics discuss hormones and sexuality, similarities and differences in our sexual responses, sexually transmitted and sexually related diseases, birth control, pregnancy and childbirth, communicating about sex, gender identity and gender roles, sexual orientation, love and relationships, sexual problems and therapy, sexual victimization, and sex and the law. For individuals seeking to learn more about human sexuality and its most current issues.

Gender And Catastrophe

Author: Ronit Lentin
Editor: Zed Books
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Part I Genders and Genocides

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Watching The Weeds Grow

Author: Ernie Maddron
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ISBN: 9781881636892
File Size: 13,26 MB
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Set in the Vietnam era the story follows Jordan Gentry a disabled Vietnam vet trying to get his life back together and Susan Kendal Kincaid, a victim of assault and abuse and the era's drug influence. Both Jordan and Susan find their way while "watching the weeds grow."