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Fleeing the House of Horrors: Women Who Have Left Abusive Partners

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Thirty-nine women and their strategies of survival are the central focus of Aysan Sev'er's newest study on women who have left abusive situations. Through a mainly feminist orientation, Sev'er analyzes abuse, its many definitions, and existing theories surrounding violence against women, and incorporates an extensive literature review of Canadian and American sources that ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published November 2nd 2002 by University of Toronto Press
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Jan Vesna
Aug 22, 2014 Jan Vesna rated it really liked it
While a difficult topic to read about - was nice to (for once) have a Canadian perspective. Readable, interesting and not at all like reading a typical "research study" report!
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