Just Sex? The Cultural Scaffolding of Rape (Women and Psychology) Paperback – 9 Dec 2004
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'Nicola Gavey's book is a must-read for anyone involved in rape research, prevention and education, or clinical work. ... Her unique viewpoint on many of our favourite (and a few new) controversies in the field make for delicious reading. ... [Her] work does much to dismantle the master's scaffold by getting real about the tools of rape. It is the best book I have read on the topic in many years, and I expect it will find its way to most of your bookshelves.' - Patricia D. Rozee, California State University, in Psychology of Women Quarterly
About the Author
Nicola Gavey is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Her work examines the convergences of gender, power and sexuality, in order to critique cultural conditions of possibility for rape.
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