The exit myth : family law, gender roles, and chnging attitudes toward female victims of domestic violence / Carolyn B. Ramsey.

This Article presents a hypothesis suggesting how and why the criminal justice response to domestic violence changed, over the course of the twentieth century, from sympathy for abused women and a surprising degree of state intervention in intimate relationships to the apathy and discrimination that...

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Main Author: Ramsey, Carolyn B.
Other title:Exit myth : family law, gender roles, and changing attitudes toward female victims of domestic violence (Online)
Michigan journal of gender & law.
Colorado Law faculty scholarship collection.
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Language:English
Published: Ann Arbor, Mich. : Published by student editors of the University of Michigan Law School, c2013.
Series:Michigan journal of gender & law ; v. 20, no. 1 (2013)
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