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- Jaspard, Maryse2
- Lieber, Marylène2
- Marylène Lieber2
- Anne-Marie Pilote1
- Basile-Commaille, Evi1
- Condon, Stéphanie1
- Corina Giacomello1
- Côté, Isabelle1
- Cromer, Sylvie1
- Cuny, Cécile1
- De Vincenzo, Mario1
- Émilie Shanks1
- Florence Maillochon1
- Houel, Annik1
- Isabelle Auclair1
- Jaffré, Yannick1
- James Scambary1
- Jaquier, V.1
- Labelle, Coralie1
- Lacombe, Delphine1
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Essays on intra-household bargaining, child well-being and domestic violence
this thesis includes three empirical tests on certain aspects of household decision models, which are subject to intensive research. The first test of this thesis concerns the attached identification of the rule on the sharing of resources between the spouses and their individual Engel curves of cer...
Gender abuse in the fight against violence against women: creative processes and influence intentions
Until death separates us. Silence and alienation in domestic violence
In this article, we will try to think about the phenomenon of silence of women who have suffered domestic violence, through a reading that takes into account the entanglement of the political and unconscious aspects that underpin the social link. On the basis of a clinical illustration, we will expl...
Feeling Unsafe in Public Places: Understanding Women's Fears
using quantitative and qualitative analysis (data from the National Enquiry on Violences Envers les Femmes Survey and in-depth ad hoc interviews), this article explores the relationship between women’s fears for their safety, the experience of Victimisation, and women’s mobility in public places thr...
The gendered consequences of drug policies for women: case studies in Mexico
This contribution analyses the situation of women involved in drug-related or drug-related offences, across three axes: I/Gender relationships and systems, ii/Development and iii/Drugs policies. The author analyses the consequences of drug policy from a gender perspective, focusing in particular on...
Multidimensionnalité des violences envers les femmes. La Suisse en regard des États-Unis: pertinence et validité d'une comparaison
Summary : International comparisons in the area of victimization, particularly in the field of violence against women, are fraught with methodological problems that previous research has not systematically addressed, and whose answer does not seem to be agreed up~n. For obvious logistic and financia...
Sexual violence in a survey field
In French social sciences, sexual violence in a field of investigation is, outside certain areas of specialisation, a non-object. They do not, in this way, derogate from the taboo which affects violence against women in general, despite statistics showing the scale of the problem. French-speaking te...
Violence and abuse? The weight of words and figures
Currently violence appears to be a recurring theme through societal debates. The most spectacular aspects of violence are widely taken up and conveyed by the media, what emerges from violence on a daily basis is much more hidden. Like the approach to violence against women, the analysis of abuse aga...
Fundamental freedoms and human rights Fundamental freedoms and human rights: French and international texts
The 4th cover states: “This book contains all the texts on fundamental freedoms and human rights: declarations, constitution, international conventions, treaties, laws, decrees. Sources of fundamental freedoms and human rights. National sources: The 1789 Declaration of Human and Citizen Rights, Prea...
Violence against women in France: background, results and impact of the Enveff survey
Considered as essential for eliminating gender inequalities, the fight against violence against women emerged on the international stage, under pressure from Feminist non-governmental organisations, in Nairobi in 1985 at the 3th World Conference on Women. Since then, major international bodies have...
Schema domains, communication, and the use of violent behaviors in young couples
The use of intimate partner violence is an important phenomenon given its high prevalence and the related consequences. To understand this phenomenon, personality variables and dysfunctional communication patterns has been associated with violent behaviors between intimate partners. The current stud...
Intersectional Analysis of the Violence Continuum in Situation of Refuge : Discrimination in Employment
Since the last decades, international migration is marked by a phenomenon of feminization. The latter must be analyzed from a feminist perspective in order to understand the social structures that promote or limit the mobility of women. Unequal social relations hinder the migration pathways and are...
ndigenous Women and Online Activism: Facebook and Twitter Uses to Counter Sexual Violence in the Wake of the Val-d’Or Police Scandal
The authors examine how social media contribute to the fight of Quebec’s Indigenous women. After the Val-d’Or scandal, which hit officers of the Quebec Police with allegations of sexual assault against women from the Cree and Anichinabe nations, the researchers conducted an ethnographic observation...
Thematic report: Violence against women
Spaces and Societies, 2005, No 120-121 (1-2/2005), pp. 259-265
Situations of sexual violence in academia: an exploratory study describing the reasons for (non-) unveiling and (non-) whistleblowing, social reactions and spillovers
University Sexual Violence (VSMU) is an issue within a broader social context of violence against women (Standing Committee on Women’s Status, 2017). Sexual violence can have a significant impact on the lives of those who suffer it and these consequences can be dyed by the way in which relatives, pr...
Legislate on “gender-based violence” while preserving patriarcal order. Nicaragua’s example (1990-2017)
How was the law invested to politicise violence against women? How can this politicisation not call into question patriarcal order, itself shaped by religious benchmarks? This article seeks to understand, on the basis of the Nicaraguan example, the legal arrangements for legitimising the fight again...
Violence against women: how to tell them, how to count them
The figures reported here are taken from a survey commissioned and financed mainly by the State Secretariat for Women’s Rights, which has been under way for more than three years to provide reliable statistics on violence against women in France. To date, the figures available concerned only the vio...
Sexual violence against girls in schools: the problem of sexual harassment in Gabonese schools
Sexual violence against girls in schools through sexual harassment is almost banalised or even standardised in Gabonese schools. These private violence further disadvantage a school population that is already weakened by a reductive patriarchal society that prefers them to domestic, marital and some...
Violence against women, inequalities and post-colonial situations
Insecurity in public spaces: understanding female fears
by combining quantitative and qualitative analyses (data from the National Survey on Violence against Women on the one hand, and ad hoc in-depth interviews on the other), this article explores the relationship between the feeling of INSECURITE, victimation experience and the mobility of women in pub...
The double invisibility of violence against women in French local security contracts
This article explores the facon of which local security contracts (CLS), which recalibrate local security policies, apprehend ‘violence against women’. It recasts the meaning of this concept when it is applied concretely to municipal policies. The study of ten Recents contracts highlights the fact t...
From the study of conflict to research into violence against women
, driven by international conventions, resolutions or conferences, national surveys on violence against women companies from the 1990s were less embedded in the theoretical ideological framework of conflict management, which was that of pioneering surveys carried out in the 1970s, than that of respe...
The fate of a woman, perpetrator or victim of sexual and/or family offences under French and Lebanese comparative criminal law
The gender inequalities enshrined in Lebanese criminal law are of general interest to the subject of this thesis, but our objective is in particular to demonstrate the particular way in which women are treated by the Lebanese legislator when they are guilty of, or are victims of, a certain category...
While in general, the family is a synonym of intimacy and trust, it can also be a place of abuse, control, and violence. Since the 1970s, the various forms of violence that take place in private have been denounced by feminist movements and have been the subject of various policies and state actions...
Thinking about violence by women, C. CARDI, G. Pruvost (Eds)
Many disciplines have identified violence as a subject, contributing to the inflation of a word that is supposed to understand so many phenomena. However, despite the extensiveness and polyseaemia of the concept, violence against women, victims or authors, was slow to emerge as an object. From the 1...