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by Manish Sharma

Download When Fathers Rape: A Socio Psycho Legal Global Study ePub
  • ISBN 817024739X
  • ISBN13 978-8170247395
  • Language English
  • Author Manish Sharma
  • Publisher South Asia Books (October 1, 1996)
  • Formats mobi lrf docx doc
  • Category Medicine
  • Subcategory Psychology
  • Size ePub 1345 kb
  • Size Fb2 1912 kb
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When Fathers Rape, assesses the menace of forced paternal incest from the psychological, psychiatric, sociological, sexological & legal aspects; through research-analysis, case studies, interviews with experts, opinion poll & discussions & statistical surveys. It closely studies the profile of the victim & the culprit and the consequent social chaos. The book through a systematic assessment, gives a layout of the solution to the problem by an extensive discussion of the three ways programmed-the punishment structure, the prevention clause & the victim counseling. It also involves a comparative law study discussing laws of foreign countries grouped on the basis of their characteristics, the common legal perspectives & international cases.

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Aebischer's study begins with "Titus Andronicus: Spectacular Obscenities," a discussion of Lavinia's rape and the ensuing violence of revenge in Titus Andronicus. In this chapter, the most interesting in the book, she addresses the physical silencing, but also the eventual silent speech of Lavinia in both Shakespeare's play and subsequent adaptations.

INTRODUCTION Marital rape, also known as spousal rape, is non-consensual sex in which the perpetrator is the victim's .

INTRODUCTION Marital rape, also known as spousal rape, is non-consensual sex in which the perpetrator is the victim's spouse. As such, it is a form of partner rape, of domestic violence, and of sexual abuse. Once widely condoned or ignored by law, spousal rape is now repudiated by international conventions and increasingly criminalized. Survivors of marital rape may have a particularly difficult time reporting their experiences of sexual violence given the public perception of marital rape in this culture and a woman‘s relationship to her assailant (Bergen, 1996; Russell, 1990).

Psychosocial study was further developed by Hollis in 1964 with emphasis in treatment model. It is contrasted with diverse social psychology, which attempts to explain social patterns within the individual. Problems that occur in one's psychosocial functioning can be referred to as "psychosocial dysfunction" or "psychosocial morbidity.

Naresh Sharma/Firstpost. I feel I should not let my father’s sacrifice go to waste I immediately called the Superintendent of Police and he asked us come over. I feel I should not let my father’s sacrifice go to waste. I want those who did this to my family punished, she says. I immediately called the Superintendent of Police and he asked us come over. When we raised the Dabda incident and the media highlighted the issue, the government had to take notice," he explains. According to activists, sexual violence against women, especially Dalit women, has increased. The government insists that the rise in crime has nothing to do with caste discrimination.

Rape culture does not merely look at the number of rapes that occur or the laws in place that criminalize rape. It is the everyday normalization of objectifying and sexualizing women that sends the message to both genders that it is inevitable and not viewed as problematic. Rape culture is not ONE thing in particular, it is a cultural and societal norm that shapes how we view both men and women. The following could be an everyday checklist of how America’s own rape culture plays out: When women who come forward are questioned about what they were wearing. When survivors who come forward are.

Date rape becomes part of what is known as rape culture in which .

Date rape becomes part of what is known as rape culture in which communication about rape is muted before a rape occurs, during the rape, and after the rape). Because both men and women are "muted," or discouraged from talking about date rape, it is no wonder that a culture is created in which the phenomenon is perpetuated .

We understand the inexorable pain of the parents and other loved ones of women and children who are raped and, in. .Instead, what the State is trying to do is to distract us by creating an ‘illusion of justice’, by selectively hanging people even as it protects others responsible for similar crimes.

We understand the inexorable pain of the parents and other loved ones of women and children who are raped and, in many cases, killed.