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Reshaping attitudes toward violence against women
Faculty of Arts - Papers (Archive)
  • Natalie Taylor, Australian Institute of Criminology
  • Michael G Flood, University of Wollongong
  • Bob Pease, Deakin University
  • Kim Webster, Victorian Health Promotion Foundation
RIS ID
32850
Publication Date
1-1-2009
Publication Details

Flood, M. G., Pease, B., Taylor, N. & Webster, K. 2009, 'Reshaping sttitudes toward violence against women', in E. Buzawa & E. Stark (eds), Violence Against Women in Families and Relationships; Volume 4: The Media and Cultural Attitudes, Praeger Publishers, Westport, Conn.. pp. 177

Additional Publication Information
ISBN: 9780275998547
Abstract

Since the early 1970s, when the grassroots women's movement mounted its challenge to rape and domestic violence, there has been a worldwide revolution in societal responses to violence against women. Among the changes, the best known are the proliferation of community-based services for victims and reforms in public policy, law, policing, and health care. What is less well-known is whether the revolution in societal intervention is reflected in how ordinary citizens think about violence against women. However important institutional reforms are in the short term, they are unlikely to be sustained unless the normative climate changes that supports violence against women.

Link to publisher version (URL)
Praeger Publishers
Citation Information
Natalie Taylor, Michael G Flood, Bob Pease and Kim Webster. "Reshaping attitudes toward violence against women" (2009) p. 177 - 198
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/michael_flood/12/