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Gender and Domestic Violence in the Caribbean

Edited by Ann Marie Bissessar () and Camille Huggins ()

in Gender, Development and Social Change from Palgrave Macmillan, currently edited by Wendy Harcourt

Date: 2021
ISBN: 978-3-030-73472-5
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Chapters in this book:

Ch Chapter 1 Introduction
Ann Marie Bissessar
Ch Chapter 10 Literary Evocations of Violence (Psychic and Physical) in Selected Works by Indo-Trinidadian Women Writers
Victoria V. Chang
Ch Chapter 11 Understanding Domestic Violence from the Perspective of Trinidadian Men
Michelle Thomas
Ch Chapter 12 Why Women Stay: Understanding the Trauma Bond Between Victim and Abuser Case Studies Were Written
Linda Hadeed
Ch Chapter 13 The Women in Seafood Landscape: A Look at the Social and Economic Challenges of Gender-Based Violence
Debra D. Joseph and Roshnie Doon
Ch Chapter 14 Surviving Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence
Sherna J. A. Alexander Benjamin
Ch Chapter 15 Deepening the Dialogue—Strengthening Domestic Violence Policy and Charting a Way Forward
Oscar Noel Ocho
Ch Chapter 16 Accounting for Episodes of Domestic Violence in the Anglophone Caribbean: Novel Achievements in the Midst of Persistent Challenges
Godfrey St. Bernard
Ch Chapter 17 Through the Eyes of the Perpetrator: The Historical and Contemporary Cultural Context of Intimate Partner Violence in the Caribbean
Camille Huggins
Ch Chapter 2 Domestic Violence in the Caribbean: Are Our Solutions Effective?
Jacqueline H. Stephenson
Ch Chapter 3 Symbolic Violence in the Postcolonial Anglo-Caribbean
Shelene Gomes and Amílcar Sanatan
Ch Chapter 4 Exploring Domestic Violence Issues and Resolutions Through Epic Theatre and Forum Theatre: The Good, the Baddesse and the Ugly
Godfrey A. Steele
Ch Chapter 5 Phenomenology as Methodology for Narrating Gender Perceptions on “Linguistic Violence” as Domestic Violence
Moyia Rowtham
Ch Chapter 6 Literature as an Agent of Change
Petronetta Pierre-Robertson
Ch Chapter 7 Trinidad and Tobago’s Legal Response to Domestic Violence: Incomplete and Inadequate Without a Focus on Achieving Substantive Equality
Afiya France
Ch Chapter 8 Historicizing Domestic Violence: The Ills of Indenture Ship?
Ann Marie Bissessar
Ch Chapter 9 The Personal Is Political: Domestic Violence and Feminist Participation in Bolivarian Venezuela
Sandra Angeleri and María Mercedes Cobo Echenagucia

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