3 edition of Legal process for battered women found in the catalog.
Legal process for battered women
|Statement||revised and expanded by Megan Ellis.|
|Contributions||Legal Services Society of British Columbia. Community Program.|
|LC Classifications||KEB570.7.P47 E44 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||93137179|
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Elizabeth Schneider has played a pioneering role in this process. From an insider’s perspective she explores how claims of rights for battered women have emerged from feminist activism, and she assesses the possibilities and limitations of feminist legal advocacy to improve battered women’s lives and transform law and by: Battered Women and Feminist Lawmaking Book Description: Women's rights advocates in the United States have long argued that violence against women denies women equality and citizenship, but it took a movement of feminist activists and lawyers, beginning in the late s, to set about realizing this vision and transforming domestic violence.
“Battered Women and Feminist Lawmaking, by Elizabeth M. Schneider is indeed a groundbreaking work that adds much to the dialogue about the scourge of domestic violence and the matter of battered women Much more needs to be done and this book helps point the way.”—Cynthia G.
Hawkins-Leon, Law and Politics Book Review. Women's rights advocates in the United States have long argued that violence against women denies women equality and citizenship, but it took a movement of feminist activists and lawyers, beginning in the late s, to set about realizing this vision and transforming domestic violence from a private problem into a public harm.
This important book examines the pathbreaking legal process that 1/5(1). This important book examines the pathbreaking legal process that has brought the pervasiveness and severity of domestic violence to public attention and has led the United States Congress, the Supreme Court, and the United Nations to address the problem.
"Battered Women and Feminist Lawmaking reminds us of the power that feminism has when 1/5(1). Aside from these legal options, there are also organizations that provide psychological and emotional support to battered women.
This may be necessary, as the separation process can be extremely difficult and confusing for a battered woman. Battered Woman Syndrome and the Law.