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International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 5 2

Defending Battered Women in the Public Sphere

Abstract

This commentary draws upon the work of feminist media scholars and those who study the strategies of men’s rights activists to reflect upon the media and men’s rights reaction to the publication of the author’s book on battered women who kill. The parallels between the responses from these two sources prompt the author to make suggestions as to how the men’s rights materials might be used to enable more productive media engagement by feminist authors.
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Pages:81 to 95
Section: Articles
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