Inequality across state lines : how policymakers have failed domestic violence victims in the United States / Kaitlin N. Sidorsky, Wendy J. Schiller.

"Every year, one in four women will be victims of domestic violence in the United States. This book shows how and why U.S. domestic violence politics and policies have failed to keep them safe at all income levels, and across racial and ethnic lines"--

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Online Access: Full Text (via Cambridge)
Main Authors: Sidorsky, Kaitlin N. (Author), Schiller, Wendy J., 1964- (Author)
Other title:How policymakers have failed domestic violence victims in the US
Format: Electronic eBook
Published: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2023.
Table of Contents:
  • Domestic Violence and Gender Inequality
  • Federal Action on Domestic Violence
  • Policymaking in the States: Domestic Violence Statutes
  • Explaining and Predicting the Adoption of State Domestic Violence Gun Laws
  • The View from the Courtroom: Inconsistent Implementation of Domestic Violence Policy at the Local Level
  • The Costs of Inequality in Domestic Violence Policies
  • Pathways for Improving Women's Human Security.