Evan Stark

Evan Stark (March 10, 1942 – March 18, 2024) was an American sociologist. He developed the concept of "coercive control", a type of abuse likened to kidnapping or slavery when compared to more commonly occurring abuse. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Coercive control : the entrapment of women in personal life / by Stark, Evan

    Published 2023
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    Children of coercive control / by Stark, Evan

    Published 2023
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    Children of coercive control / by Stark, Evan

    Published 2023
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    Women at risk : domestic violence and women's health / by Stark, Evan

    Published 1996
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    Coercive control : the entrapment of women in personal life / by Stark, Evan

    Published 2009
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    Women at risk domestic violence and women's health / by Stark, Evan

    Published 1996
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    Women at risk : domestic violence and women's health / by Stark, Evan

    Published 1996
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    Coercive Control : How Men Entrap Women in Personal Life. by Stark, Evan

    Published 2009
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    Coercive control : the entrapment of women in personal life / by Stark, Evan

    Published 2007
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    Wife abuse in the medical setting : an introduction for health personnel /

    Published 1981
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