5 edition of The social history of rape. found in the catalog.
The social history of rape.
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|Number of Pages||189|
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Victim and Survivor: Narrated Social Identities of Women Who Experienced Rape During the War in In her contested book Rape Warfare, Allen ( xiii) argues that in each story of oppression and suffering there runs a parallel history of opposition. The aim of . This book reviews three scientific attempts (feminist, social learning, and evolutionary theories) to understand rape causes and proposes a theory that synthesizes these three theories. Abstract: The feminist theory views rape as "a pseudosexual act" used by males to intimidate and dominate women.
Why men rape? A new book seeks to find out answers by examining a slew of factors that shape male behaviour. In her book "Why Men Rape: An Indian Undercover Investigation", Tara Kaushal sets out to understand the reasons why women feel unsafe through a detailed investigation which includes interviews and meetings with nine men who have an inclination to commit acts of sexual . The social history of rape. London: New English Library. MLA Citation. Tabori, Paul. The social history of rape / Paul Tabori New English Library London Australian/Harvard Citation. Tabori, Paul. , The social history of rape / Paul Tabori New English Library London. Wikipedia Citation.
Feminist social theory has influenced and been influenced by the agendas and struggles of each of these waves. “First-wave” theorists like Mary Wollstonecraft and Susan B. Anthony were influential for their focus on how women’s lack of legal rights contributed to their social demotion, exclusion, and suffering. "The Rape of the A*P*E* is a book by Allan Sherman, published in July by Playboy Press, regarding sex and its historical repression and resurgence in the United States. The "A. P. E." on the title is a play on the words "ape" and the "American Puritan Ethic".
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A Natural History of Rape Biological Bases of Sexual Coercion Assuming that the main interest of most readers of this book is the subject of rape rather than evolutionary theory per se, we now present some questions about rape that an evolutionary approach can answer: Williams's book—especially after the publication of Animal.
A History of Rape is a valuable resource for students and scholars of social history, and anyone interested in changing attitudes to sexuality and sexual violence From the Back Cover This important new book, by one of the leading social historians in France today, analyses the changing meaning of rape through numerous case studies across the Cited by: Talking About Sexual Assault is an important contribution to the field of traumatic stress research.
Whereas the greater emphasis of the book is on The social history of rape. book social context of sexual assault, it pulls together research and theory across a broad number of disciplines and will appeal to a wide audience involved in sexual assault : The uproar over 'legitimate rape' during the U.S.
elections confirms that rape remains a word in flux, subject to political power and social privilege. Redefining Rape describes the forces that have shaped the meaning of sexual violence in the U.S., through the experiences. Ms Liz Barnes, review of When Rape Was Legal: The Untold History of Sexual Violence During Slavery, (review no.
) DOI: /RiH// Date accessed: 23 May, A biologist and an anthropologist use evolutionary biology to explain the causes and inform the prevention of rape.
In this controversial book, Randy Thornhill and Craig Palmer use evolutionary biology to explain the causes of rape and to recommend new approaches to its prevention. According to Thornhill and Palmer, evolved adaptation of some sort gives rise to rape; the main evolutionary.
"This book's strength lies in the cultural and intellectual history of gender and race through the analysis of texts; the author parses a host of judicial cases and other recorded incidents of rape and sexual assault. In this respect, the book has no equal for the time and places it considers.".
A comprehensive and up-to-date synthesis of what is currently known about the causes of rape. Professor Ellis summarizes three theories - feminist theory, social learning theory, and evolutionary (or socio-biological theory) - and provides evidence both for and against specific hypotheses resulting from each.
Building upon this foundation, the book creates a new theory drawing on the strengths. The larger social context in which drug-facilitated acquaintance rape occurs also plays a role in cases of false accusations.
It is suggested that when a case of alleged drug-facilitated rape is reported to the police, the investigation should focus on determining if sexual acts that meet the legal definition of rape, attempted rape, or other.
This important new book, by one of the leading social historians in France today, analyses the changing meaning of rape through numerous case studies across the centuries.
The book begins with a history of the relative tolerance of sexual violence in early modern France, and the tendency to condemn the victims by enveloping them in the shame of the act. The book's pointedly grey cover already makes it seem more likely that Bourke's history of rape will be at pains to avoid simple black-and -white categories of judgement – as well as the.
Free Online Library: The Hanging of Ephraim Wheeler: A Story of Rape, Incest, and Justice in Early America.(Book Review) by "Journal of Social History"; Sociology and. According to Thornhill and Palmer, evolved adaptation of some sort gives rise to rape; the main evolutionary question is whether rape is an adaptation itself or a by-product of other adaptations.
Thornhill and Palmer address, and claim to demolish scientifically, many myths about rape bred by social science theory over the past 25 years. I don’t know why it took me so damn long to read Rebecca Solnit’s Men Explain Things to Me.
As someone who writes about female sexuality, consent, and rape culture for a living, Solnit’s book should have been considered required e—though the book as a whole is about the gender wars in general—the two pieces that really donkey-kicked me in the gut were the ones that.
The rape laws and narratives of the Bible also hold out promise for explorations of attitudes to rape throughout history. Male-male rape is threatened twice (Genesis 19 and Judges 19) and in both cases the rapists are invited to violate women instead – with the implication that rape of a woman is less abhorrent and less ‘wrong’ than the Author: Johanna Stiebert.
Indeed, Brownmiller’s stated purpose in the book was to “give rape its history,” and she details incidents of sexual violence dating back to the ancient Babylonians, as well as traditions of Author: Sascha Cohen. Rape has been perpetrated throughout history and worldwide, and today ours has been called a rape culture, because sexual violence, mainly against women and children, is prevalent and tolerated to some extent.
The Encyclopedia of Rape offers entries in an A-to-Z essay format covering the historical scope and magnitude of the issue in the United States and globally.1/5(1). The book Evolution, Gender, and Rape, written in response to A Natural History of Rape, compiles the views of twenty-eight scholars in opposition to sociobiological theories of contributor, Michael Kimmel, criticizes Thornhill and Palmer's argument that female rape victims tend to be sexually attractive young women, rather than children or older women, contrary to what would be.
Redefining Rape tells the story of the forces that have shaped the meaning of sexual violence in the United States, through the experiences of accusers, assailants, and advocates for change. In this ambitious new history, Estelle Freedman demonstrates that our definition of rape has depended heavily on dynamics of political power and social.
The term rape culture originated when feminists released the film “Rape Culture” in January of to raise awareness of the normalization of sexual violence in society.
This documentary was the first to establish the relationship between rape and our culture's sexual fantasies by. The term, "rape culture," was popularized by feminist writers and activists in the U.S. during the s. It first appeared in print in the book "Rape: The First Sourcebook for Women", published inwhich was one of the first books to discuss rape from the standpoint of women's experiences.A film bearing the title "Rape Culture" premiered inand drew attention to how .Violence and Civilization: Studies of Social Violence in History and Prehistory.
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