The Other Side of Silence: Women Tell about Their Experiences with Date Rape
Avocus Publishing, Incorporated, 1995 - Social Science - 257 pages
Women who have been date-raped reveal the singular pain of betrayal that compounds the brutal experience of sexual violence. Their personal accounts are then considered by health professionals who explain how to recognize factors common in rape situations, recommend methods for recovery, and answer frequently asked questions. Includes a state-by-state listing of rape crisis centers.
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Foreword by Alan D Berkowitz Ph D Director
Introduction by Christine Carter
Reconciling Religion and Rape
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