Sex Roles (2009) 60:279–281 DOI 10.1007/s11199-008-9466-7 BOOK REVIEW Increasing Depth and Breadth: Contributions to the Study of Gendered Violence Violence and Exploitation against Women and Girls. Edited by Florence L. Denmark, Herbert H. Krauss, Esther Halpern and Jeri A. Sechzer, Boston, Massachusetts, Blackwell Publishing, 2006. 390 pp. $125.00 (paperback) 1-57331-667-9 Karol E. Dean Published online: 7 June 2008 Springer Science + Business Media, LLC 2008 Introduction Conceptualizing Violence and Exploitation against Females Whenever the pre-eminent scholars in a field come together for an academic conference, it is a privilege to be able to One purpose of this volume is to gather researchers and access their current work and thinking. This volume, which theoreticians in disparate areas in the hopes of outlining records the proceedings of the Psychology Section at the larger meta-theoretical points. In this section, Herbert New York Academy of Sciences, brings together well- Krauss describes efforts by the World Health Organization known Violence against Women (VAW) researchers in the to define violence and explore a model of violence. In a most commonly studied areas of work, as well as second article, Herbert Krauss proposes dramatism as a researchers who are investigating new forms of violence master metaphor
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