Cognella Series on Family and Gender-Based Violence

Series editor: Claire M. Renzetti, Ph.D., Judi Conway Patton Endowed Chair in the Center for Research on Violence Against Women, Professor and Chair of Sociology - University of Kentucky

The Cognella Series on Family and Gender-Based Violence is an interdisciplinary collection of textbooks that work to address a broad spectrum of issues, challenges, and opportunities within the study of family and gender-based violence. Readers learn about different types of violence and are introduced to multidisciplinary approaches and cutting-edge strategies for preventing violence and responding to both victims and perpetrators.

The series features cross-cultural perspectives and diverse voices, embracing work that is culturally competent, examines similarities and differences in experiences across various social groups, and explores the intersectional impacts of multiple inequalities.

Featuring up-to-date research and critical information on evidence-based practice and practice-based evidence, the Cognella Series on Family and Gender-Based Violence helps researchers deepen and develop their enquiries and prepares students for graduate school study, professional education opportunities, and meaningful careers.

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  1. Adjudicating Campus Sexual Misconduct and Assault
    Controversies and Challenges (First Edition)
    Claire M. Renzetti and Diane R. Follingstad, Editors
    ©2020
  2. Civil Court Responses to Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
    (First Edition)
    Ruth E. Fleury-Steiner, M. Kristen Hefner, and Susan L. Miller, Editors
    ©2020
  3. Rape and the Law
    Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (First Edition)
    Megan Waples
    ©2020

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