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Title: Laila Ashrafun, Women and domestic violence in Bangladesh: seeking a way out of the cage [Book review]
Authors: Mandal, Saptarshi
Keywords: Domestic violence
Women and domestic violence in Bangladesh: seeking a way out of the cage
Book Review
Issue Date: Oct-2019
Publisher: Jindal Global Law Review
Citation: Mandal, S. (2019). Laila Ashrafun, Women and domestic violence in Bangladesh: seeking a way out of the cage [book review]. Jindal Global Law Review. 10(2), 345–347
Abstract: The making of domestic violence (DV) against women a public issue has been the most spectacular feminist success story of our times. From being seen as an individual aberration attributable to alcoholism or psychological stress requiring therapy till a few decades ago, DV is now regarded as symbolic of women’s inequality, requiring structural remedies and legal reform.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/4364
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