01. Gender inequality, gender equality

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Weitzman, A. (2014). Women’s and men’s relative status and intimate partner violence in India. Population and Development Review, 40(1): 55-75.

Whaley, R, Messner, S & Veysey, B (2013). The relationship between gender equality and rates of inter – and intra-sexual lethal violence: an exploration of functional form. Justice Quarterly, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 732-754.

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