Covers the historical scope and magnitude of the issue of rape in the United States and globally. Provides perspectives on the key dimensions of the topic, from concepts, social movements, offenders, high-profile cases, legislation, influential activists, landmark texts, and victimology to representations in literature and art.
"This useful guide is highly relevant to public and academic libraries." --Lawrence Looks at Books, June 2005
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