Sex Roles (2009) 60:282–286 DOI 10.1007/s11199-008-9509-0 BOOK REVIEW The Experiences of Women Stalked by Partners and Former Partners Partner Stalking: How Women Respond, Cope, and Survive. By TK Logan, Jennifer Cole, Lisa Shannon, and Robert Walker. New York, New York, Springer Publishing Company, 2006. 342 pp. $45.00 (hardback) ISBN 0-8261-3756-3 Mary P. Brewster Published online: 5 September 2008 Springer Science + Business Media, LLC 2008 Partner Stalking: How Women Respond, Cope, and Survive The obvious requirement of a history of stalking was is an important contribution to the ever-growing body of based upon a screening question that asked: “Throughout domestic violence and stalking literature (see e.g., Brewster your relationship with this partner did he ever frighten you 2003; Frieze et al. 2002; Meloy 1998). The authors, TK on more than one occasion because he repeatedly followed Logan, Jennifer Cole, Lisa Shannon, and Robert Walker, you, watched you, phoned you, wrote letters, notes, or identify two goals of their book—“to give women e-mail messages, communicated with you in other ways experiencing partner stalking a voice to increase awareness such as through another person, or engaged in harassing about the dynamics of stalking” and “to provide informa- acts that seemed obsessive
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