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Introduction; Violence and discrimination against women; The theoretical context; Tactics for hiding male violence; Hiding strategies; Conclusions.
Patrizia Romito is a professor of Social and Community Psychology at the University of Trieste (Italy). She spent several years working in Geneva, Paris and Stanford (California). She has extensive research experience in violence against women and children, as well as the social responses to it.
"This book is a comprehensive and groundbreaking demonstration that it is the misogyny inherent in most violence against females that constitutes the deafening silence, not the silence of the victims. Romito's brilliant analysis of the many mechanisms involved in hiding this truth is a must-read for anyone concerned about understanding and combating the monumental and devastating problem of male violence against women and children." Diana E.H. Russell, author of the award-winning The Secret Trauma: Incest in the Lives of Girls and Women and many other books on violence against women.