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|Гражданское и торговое право зарубежных стран. Современное право международных договоров. Международное частное право и международный гражданский процесс Автор Catherine K. Издательство Книга по Требованию|
Levitt, "The Search for 100 Million Missing Women", Slate, 24 мая 2005 г., в которой рассказывалось о выявленной Эмили Остер связи между «исчезнувшими женщинами» и заболеваемостью гепатитом В; при этом см. также запись Steven D. Levitt в блоге Freakonomics "An Academic Does the Right Thing", The New York Times, 22 мая 2008 г., в которой признавалось, что заключение о связи пропаж женщин с гепатитом было ложным. 13 Предпочтение сыновей в Китае: см. статьи Therese Hesketh, Zhu Wei Xing, "Abnormal Sex Ratios in Human Populations: Causes and Consequences", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 5 сентября 2006 г., и Sharon LaFraniere, "Chinese Bias for Baby Boys Creates a Gap of 32 Million", The New York Times, 10 апреля 2009 г. 14 Информация о фактах сжигания невест, избиения жен и других случаях домашнего насилия приведена в Virendra Kumar, Sarita Kanth, "Bride Burning", The Lancet 364, прил. 1 (18 декабря 2004 г.); В. R. Sharma, "Social Etiology of Violence Against Women in India", Social Science lournal 42, no. 3 (2005); "India HIV and AIDS Statistics", AVERT, доступной по адресу см. также Kounteya Sinha, "Many Women Justify Wife Beating", The Times of India, 12 октября 2007 г. 15 «Презервативы не оптимизированы для условий Индии»: см ...
|Violence Against Women. Nature and Extent of Violence against Pregnant Women|
|Domestic Violence against Women in Egypt. Risk Factors and Health Outcomes of Wife-Beating|
In particular, few representative studies had been conducted in Africa and the Middle East.
|Art, Violence, and Social Change. Challenging Violence Against Women and Girls Through Entertainment-Education|
Theater productions in two US communities were analyzed to examine social change effects related to violence against women and girls, as well as the promise entertainment-education may hold for community organizing, and possibilities for making visible how identities such as gender, race, and class intersect to produce diverse social locations for women and girls.
|Violence against Women and Femicide in Mexico. The Case of Ciudad Juarez|
Hopefully, this new law will lead to more prosecutions for those who commit crimes against women and bring justice to the murder victims of Ciudad Juarez.
|Challenging Men's Violence Against Women. A Constructivist Approach|
This book clearly outlines a model of engaging in men’s behaviour change, together with an explanation of the principles underpinning it. A constructivist approach is used, challenging men' s violence against women. It was developed in rural Australia and called the Men’s SHED (Self Help Ending Domestics) Project. Personal Construct Theory provides the foundation for this approach, at an individual, group and community level. This example of practice research enables an exploration of constructive alternatives for challenging men' s abuse and violence.
|Patriarchy and Conservatism Related to Domestic Violence Against Women. A Situational Analysis, Based on Opinions of married Women in Islamabad, Pakistan|
An attempt was made to determine the magnitude and types of domestic violence endured by women and to get the women' s perspective and pervasiveness of domestic violence. Opinions of women in Islamabad were asked to get primary information. Multistage systematic random sampling technique was used to draw sample. The sample size was 162 married women of three different socio-economic class (upper, middle, lower) through an interviewing schedule. Violence against women is a universal phenomenon and worldwide social problem. It is important to consider the various forms of violence in broader terms to understand the intrinsic threat that layers the fabric of society. Findings reveal that domestic violence is the most common form of violence against women. It reflects on the plight of billion of women trapped in cultural and social quagmires around the globe. The overall purpose of the present study was to find out the relation of patriarchy and conservatism with domestic violence. This book is based on a study conducted in Islamabad, Pakistan.
|Violence Against Women|
Violence against women is a technical term used to collectively refer to violent acts that are primarily or exclusively committed against women.
|National Policy for Development and Empowerment of Women. ‘National Policy for Development and Empowerment of Women' – A study of its efficacy in the elimination of Violence Against Women|
This study was based on how much this Policy and other government committments helped in the elimination of VAW from the country.
|Sexual Violence Against Women in Situations of Armed Conflict. Sexual violence against women and girls|
The consequences of sexual violence against women during armed conflict situations will also be dealt with. . Some of the instruments that give women protection during armed conflict will be examined and it will be revealed that despite the protection, sexual violence has been and is still a feature during armed conflict situations and has been widespread.
|Can Empowerment be an Instrument against Domestic Violence?. Empowerment:An Instrument of Preventing Domestic Violence Against Women among rural Communities|
It also encompasses the sample size according the objective of the study. . Chapter Three shows the existing scenario of domestic violence in the studied arena.
|Sexual slavery, violence and rape against women during times of war will be examined WW3 - War on Women Continues Systematic abuse of women under scrutiny.|
The South African experience seeks to determine whether rape may be considered potentially pervasive, a practice and whether women in South Africa are under threat.
|Notable Women Of Modern China|
|Reverse Course. Political Neo-conservatism and Regime Stability in Post-Tiananmen China|
In post-Mao China, when Chinese debate on how to reorient their modernization, political neo- conservatism has risen rapidly against liberal democracy since the early 1990s.
|An analysis of violence victimization and women's mental and reproductive health in two internally displaced populations Violence and Women's Health.|
The models developed in this study can be used to predict the prevalence of lifetime victimization in IDP populations where screening is not possible.
|Do Therapists Discriminate Against Women in Treatment? An Investigation of Gender Bias in Selected Family Therapy Terms.|
As therapists, we must have an awareness of gender role issues in therapy and how such influences impinge on both the client and ourselves.
|The Work of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women|
Thesis is a research on the work of CEDAW Committee and its efforts undertaking in the last decade in order to address its commonly criticized limitations.
|China after the war|
|Transnational Feminisms in Translation. The Making of a Women's Anti-Domestic Violence Movement in China|
For DVN activists, mobilizing against domestic violence and establishing a specialized NGO to address this issue went beyond the goal of combating domestic violence.
|Courting Violence: Offences Against the Person|
Key findings examine lay participants' understanding of courtroom procedure and language, satisfaction with their ability to participate competently, and willingness to assist the courts again. The book profiles the frustrations caused by the restricted role granted lay participants in trials, and reports problems concerning the experience of minority ethnic groups. Other themes include resource problems; the potential to improve proceedings by technological means; the role of the police, expert witnesses and interpreters; and variations in approaches to the judicial role. Understandings of violence are treated as contingent and legally-reified, and victimisation as a negotiated process. Using accessible and engaging data the book shows readers the contemporary practice of criminal trials in the crown courts, highlights some of the most contentious and sensitive problems in criminal justice, and suggests improvements. It functions both as an accessible overview of the work of the courts and an insight into how society deals with serious crime. It is known that courtroom language, and the handling of evidence, influences the outcome of cases, and that those unfamiliar with the courts may feel bewildered and intimidated by courtroom language and procedures. - Contains original empirical research using fieldwork methods, and extracts from real trials - Offers insights into the victims' , witnesses' , and defendants' views of criminal trials - Identifies problems in the presentation of testimony and evidence, and how these can be addressed by technological and procedural changes - Examines how lawyers' tactics and rhetoric can substantively affect trial outcomes Courting violence analyses how the courts handle cases of physical violence. The book is based on original fieldwork at criminal trials and interviews with those involved. It examines how lawyers and judges go about questioning defendants, witnesses and victims, how testimony and physical evidence is used, what victims, witnesses and defendants think of the trial process, and the views of lay and professional participants about violent offences. The book examines the workings of such processes in cases of physical violence, with careful attention to assumptions made by lawyers, judges and others as they relate to gender, social class, ethnicity, and people exhibiting patterns of behaviour, such as young men who drink heavily in groups.
|The Good Women of China|
For eight groundbreaking years, Xinran presented a radio programme in China during which she invited women to call in and talk about themselves.
|Молочный гриб замечательный дар природы для здоровья и красоты|
|Молочный гриб натуральный источник бифидобактерий и аминокислот|
|Кефирный гриб прекрасно растет в домашних условиях и плодоносит|