Table of contents for Coercive control : the entrapment of women in personal life / Evan Stark.

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Contents
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS	
INTRODUCTION
I. THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE REVOLUTION: PROMISE AND DISAPPOINTMENT
Chapter One: The Revolution Unfolds 
Chapter Two: The Revolution Stalled					 
II. ENIGMAS OF ABUSE
Chapter Three: The Proper Measure of Abuse				 
Chapter Four: The Entrapment Enigma					 
Chapter Five: Re- presenting Battered Women				 
III. FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE TO COERCIVE CONTROL
Chapter Six: Up To Inequality 			 		 
Chapter Seven: The Theory of Coercive Control
Chapter Eight: The Technology of Coercive Control 			 	
IV. LIVING WITH COERCIVE CONTROL
Chapter 9: When Battered Women Kill					
Chapter Ten: For Love or Money			 
Chapter 11: The Special Reasonableness of Battered Women		 
Chapter 12: Conclusion: Freedom is Not Free					 
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Wife abuse -- United States.
Abused women -- United States.
Psychological abuse -- United States.
Control (Psychology).