ABSTRACT. Kelly argues that by dismissing the possibility of female violence, the framework of legal programs and social norms is narrowly shaped to respond only to the male abuse of women. Luciano et al. focus on budgetary implications of domestic violence (DV) laws in Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Peru, and Mexico. Markham writes that mental health service providers can lack an understanding of domestic violence in the lives of their clients.



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