Table of contents for Domestic violence at the margins : readings on race, class, gender, and culture / edited by Natalie J. Sokoloff ; with the assistance of Christina Pratt ; foreword by Beth E. Richie.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Foreword
Beth E. Richie
1. Introduction to Domestic Violence: Examining the Intersections of Race, Class, and Gender
Natalie J. Sokoloff and Ida Dupont
	
Part I. Frameworks and Overarching Themes
2. Strengthening Domestic Violence Theories: Intersections of Race, Class, Sexual Orientation, and Gender 
Michele Bograd
3. Feminism versus Multiculturalism 
Leti Volpp
4. A Black Feminist Reflection on the Antiviolence Movement
Beth E. Richie
5. Women's Realities: Defining Violence against Women by Immigration, Race, and Class
Shamita Das Dasgupta
6. Compounding the Triple Jeopardy: Battering in Lesbian of Color Relationships 
Valli Kalei Kanuha
7. The Intersectionality of Domestic Violence and Welfare in the Lives of Poor Women 
Jyl Josephson
8. Gender Violence and the Prison Industrial Complex: Interpersonal and State Violence against Women of Color
Incite!-Critical Resistance Statement
	
Part II. Culture, Resistance, and Community 
9. Violence in African American Communities 
Robert L. Hampton, Ricardo Carrillo, and Joan Kim
10. Nashville: Domestic Violence and Incarcerated Women in Poor Black Neighborhoods
Neil Websdale
11. Violence in Ethnically Diverse Families: The "Political Gag Order" Has Been Lifted
Carolyn M. West
12. The Importance of Community in a Feminist Analysis of Domestic Violence among American Indians 
Sherry L. Hamby 
13. Rethinking Battered Woman Syndrome: A Black Feminist Perspective
Sharon Angella Allard
14. Recent Development: Lifting the Veil of Secrecy--Domestic Violence in the Jewish Community
Beverly Horsburgh
15. "I've Slept in Clothes Long Enough": Excavating the Sounds of Domestic Violence among Women in the White Working Class 
Lois Weis, Michelle Fine, Amira Proweller, Corrine Bertram, and Julia Marusza
16. Fighting Back: Abused South Asian Women's Strategies of Resistance
Margaret Abraham
17. Puerto Rican Battered Women Redefining Gender, Sexuality, Culture, Violence, and Resistance 
Michelle Fine, Rosemarie A. Roberts, and Lois Weis
	
Part III. Structural Contexts, Culturally Competent Approaches, Community Organizing, and Social Change
18. The Cultural Context Model: A New Paradigm for Accountability, Empowerment, and the Development of Critical Consciousness against Domestic Violence 
Rhea V. Almeida and Judith Lockard
19. Battering, Forgiveness, and Redemption: Alternative Models for Addressing Domestic Violence in Communities of Color
Brenda V. Smith
20. Sustaining an Ethic of Resistance against Domestic Violence in Black Faith-Based Communities 
Traci C. West
21. Navigating the Anti-Immigrant Wave: The Korean Women's Hotline and the Politics of Community 
Lisa Sun-Hee Park
22. Shifting Power for Battered Women: Law, Material Resources, and Poor Women of Color
Donna Coker
23. Reducing Woman Battering: The Role of Structural Approaches 
Neil Websdale and Byron R. Johnson
24. Looking to the Future: Domestic Violence, Women of Color, the State, and Social Change 
Andrea Smith
Biographical Notes
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Abused women -- United States.
Wife abuse -- United States.
Marginality, Social -- United States.