By Janice L. Ristock
Queer lives stay on the margins of such a lot educational inquiry into family violence. while same-sex violence is taken into account, it truly is most ordinarily as an "added on," with out shut consciousness to the specificity and that means of violence in the lives of lesbian/ homosexual/ bisexual/ transgender/Two-Spirit and queer humans (LGBTQ). This edited quantity seeks to alter this discourse by means of bringing jointly the main leading edge examine approximately intimate associate violence that's particular to the lives of LGBTQ humans. together with contributions in accordance with study carried out within the usa, the uk, Canada and Australia, the amount is framed round imperative topics: conceptualizing violence; exploring differing areas and lived reports of violence; and the moral demanding situations of responding to violence. The individuals additionally give some thought to problems with race, classification, gender, sexuality and different social changes, relocating past an easy gender lens to 1 regarding a framework of intersectionality.
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