How Roman Catholic Theology Can Transform Male Violence Against Women
Explaining the Role of Religion in Shaping Cultural Assumptions About GendereBook - 2010
This book articulates a Roman Catholic theological understanding concerning salvation in Jesus Christ that can be transformative of physical and sexual male violence against women across the world. It identifies key elements for a working definition of such complex violence, and highlights the pervasiveness and seriousness of the violence with quantitative data. For the Catholic believer the violence is graver still because a Catholic component can often be identified in the violence. This component is illustrated in the book by qualitative data about Catholic women who suffered incest. Employ.
Publisher: Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press, Ă2010
Characteristics: 1 online resource (vii, 408 pages)