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How domestic violence came to be viewed as a public issue and policy object

This article analyses the process whereby domestic violence in Chile became a subject of open discussion and a public issue included in the institutional agenda of the Executive and the Legislature, giving rise to preventive programmes against such violence and public services for aiding its victims... Full description

PPN (Katalog-ID): 879585730
Main Author: Araujo K., Kathya
Contributors: Mauro, Amalia [aut]
Guzmán, Virginia [aut]
Format: Electronic Article
Language: English
Jahr: 2000
Published in: 2000
Series: CEPAL Review CEPAL Review ; CEPAL Review
Subjects: FAMILIA
LEYES Y REGLAMENTOS
VIOLENCIA
FAMILY
LAWS AND REGULATIONS
VIOLENCE
In: CEPAL Review
Notes: Includes bibliography
Links: Volltext
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