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Re-Examining Battering: Are All Acts of Violence Against Intimate Partners the Same?

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"Over time, the term 'battering' has come to be used more or less synonymously with physical violence by an individual against an intimate partner, which has obscured the complexity of its original meaning - a pattern of coercive control, intimidation, and oppression that women experience at the hands of male lovers and spouses.
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January 1986

Making Social Change: The Dynamics of Education, Action and Reflection

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Excerpt: "A radical transformation of the culture will be accomplished by creating new visions: visions of hope, not despair; visions of strength through unity, not power through domination... The role of education and action within the battered women's movement is crucial to the continuous development of a nonviolent world."