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Beauty and the Beast: Violence in the Lives of Women and Girls (December 2013): Works Cited

By Karen Evans

Works Cited

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Brennan, Kate.  In His Sights: A True Story of Love and Obsession.  Harper, 2008.

Browne, Angela.  When Battered Women Kill.  Free Press, 1987 (CH, Jul’87).

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Crompton, Vicki, and Ellen Zelda Kessner.  Saving Beauty from the Beast: How to Protect  Your Daughter from an Unhealthy Relationship.  Little, Brown, 2003.

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Frieze, Irene Hanson.  Hurting the One You Love: Violence in Relationships.  Thompson Wadsworth, 2005.

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Hinshaw, Stephen, with Rachel Kranz.  The Triple Bind: Saving Our Teenage Girls from Today’s Pressures.  Ballantine Books, 2009.

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Husseini, Rana.  Murder in the Name of Honor: The True Story of One Woman’s Heroic Fight against an Unbelievable Crime.  OneWorld, 2009.

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Isenberg, Sheila.  Women Who Love Men Who Kill.  iUniverse.com, 2000.

Jensen, Vickie.  Why Women Kill: Homicide and Gender Equality.  L. Rienner, 2001 (CH, Mar’02, 39-4271).

Jones, Kathleen B.  Living between Danger and Love: The Limits of Choice.  Rutgers, 2000.

Jordan, Jan.  The Word of a Woman? Police, Rape and Belief.  Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

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Miller, Jody.  Getting Played: African American Girls, Urban Inequality, and Gendered Violence.  New York University, 2008.

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Moffatt, Gregory K.  Wounded Innocents and Fallen Angels: Child Abuse and Child Aggression.  Praeger, 2003 (CH, Dec’03, 41-2490).

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Orion, Doreen.  I Know You Really Love Me: A Psychiatrist’s Journal of Erotomania, Stalking, and Obsessive Love.  Macmillan, 1997.

Parrot, Andrea, and Nina Cummings.  Forsaken Females: The Global Brutalization of Women.  Rowman & Littlefield, 2006 (CH, Jan’07, 44-2989).

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Prothrow-Stith, Deborah, and Howard Spivak.  Murder Is No Accident: Understanding and Preventing Youth Violence in America.  Jossey-Bass, 2004.

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Saunders, Rhonda B., and Stephen G. Michaud.  Whisper of Fear: The True Story of the Prosecutor Who Stalks the Stalkers.  Berkley Books, 2008.

Schaffner, Laurie.  Girls in Trouble with the Law.  Rutgers, 2006.

Schurman-Kauflin, Deborah.  The New Predator—Women Who Kill: Profiles of Female Serial Killers.  Algora, 2000.

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Skaine, Rosemarie.  Female Suicide Bombers.  McFarland, 2006.

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Websites

Domestic Violence, U.S. Department of Justice. 

MedlinePlus: Domestic Violence, U.S. National Library of Medicine.  

Office of Justice Programs: Youth Violence Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice.  

Office on Violence against Women, U.S. Department of Justice.  

SAPRO: Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office, U.S. Department of Defense. 

Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention, U.S. Department of Defense.  

Stalking, National Institute of Justice.  

Stalking Resource Center, National Center for Victims of Crime. 

Womenshealth.gov: Date Rape Drugs Fact Sheet, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.