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Title Domestic violence in postcommunist states : local activism, national policies, and global forces / edited by Katalin Fábián.
Imprint Bloomington : Indiana University Press, ©2010.

Series Book collections on Project MUSE.
UPCC book collections on Project MUSE. Global Cultural Studies.
Project MUSE - Archive Russian and East European Studies Foundation.
Subject Family violence -- Europe.
Family violence -- Asia.
Post-communism -- Europe.
Post-communism -- Asia.
Alt Name Fábián, Katalin.
Description 1 online resource (viii, 372 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction : the politics of domestic violence in postcommunist Europe and Eurasia / Katalin Fábián -- Transnational advocacy campaigns and domestic violence prevention in Ukraine / Alexandra Hrycak -- Global feminism, foreign funding, and Russian writing about domestic violence / Janet Elise Johnson and Gulnara Zaynullina -- Balancing acts : women's NGOs combating domestic violence in Kazakhstan / Edward Snajdr -- From Soviet liberation to post-Soviet segregation : women and violence in Tajikistan / Muborak Sharipova and Katalin Fábián -- The politics of awareness : making domestic violence visible in Poland / Thomas Chivens -- Domestic violence against women : when practice creates legislation in Slovenia / Sonja Robnik -- Reframing domestic violence : global networks and local activism in postcommunist Central and Eastern Europe / Katalin Fábián -- The new wave : how transnational feminist networks promote domestic violence reform in postcommunist Europe / Laura Brunell and Janet Elise Johnson -- The European Union, transnational advocacy, and violence against women in postcommunist states / Celeste Montoya -- The promise and perils of international treaties / Olga Avdeyeva.
Note Print version record.
Summary "A welcome and comprehensive collection of excellent studies on the politics of domestic violence. ... These scholars are among the best writing on the topic, and they provide nuanced, sophisticated accounts."--Nanette Funk, City University of New York, Brooklyn College.
"An interesting and important book ... with a rare combination of rigor and nuance."--S. Laurel Weldon, author of Protest, Policy, and the Problem of Violence Against Women: A Cross-National Comparison.
Domestic violence has emerged as a significant public policy issue of transnational character in the postcommunist era in Europe and Eurasia, as global forces have interacted with the agendas of governments, local and international women's groups, and human rights activists. The result of extensive collaboration among scholars and activist-practitioners--many from postcommunist countries--this volume examines the development of state policies, changes in public perceptions, and the interaction of national and international politics. --Book Jacket.
ISBN 9780253004734 (electronic bk.)
025300473X (electronic bk.)
9780253355041
0253355044
9780253222183
0253222184
OCLC # 670430615
Additional Format Print version: Domestic violence in postcommunist states. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, ©2010 9780253355041 (DLC) 2009052663 (OCoLC)437301849



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