|Cím||Domestic Violence in Postcommunist States: Local Activism, National Policies, and Global Forces|
|A kiadás éve||2010|
|Kiadó||Indiana University Press|
|Kulcsszavak||családon belüli erőszak|
Domestic violence has emerged as a significant public policy issue of transnational character and mobilization in the postcommunist era in Europe and Eurasia, as global forces have interacted with the agendas of governments, local and international women’s groups, and human rights activists. The result of extensive collaboration among scholars and activist-practitioners—many from postcommunist countries—this volume examines the development of state policies, changes in public perceptions, and the interaction of national and international politics.