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1. Sexual violence in history: a contemporary heritage? / Shani D’Cruze
2. Sexual violence in literature: a cultural heritage? / Marion Wynne-Davies
3. The legal heritage of the crime of rape / Joan McGregor
4. Developing measures of multiple forms of sexual violence and their contested treatment in the criminal justice system / Sofia Strid
5. Developments in investigative approaches to rape: the investigative heritage / Mark Yexley
6. Practitioner commentary: a police perspective / Sharon Stratton
Part Two Theoretical Perspectives on Sexual Violence
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7. Psychological perspectives on sexual violence: generating a general theory / Jennifer Brown
8. On sociological perspectives / Helen Jones
9. Family violence and family safety: working therapeutically with victims, perpetrators, survivors and their families / Arlene Vetere
10. Violence and prostitution: beyond the notion of a `continuum of sexual violence’ / Jo Phoenix
11.Practitioner commentary: treating the perpetrators of sexual violence / Ruth E. Mann
Part Three Acts of Sexual Violence
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12. Silencing rape, silencing women / Jan Jordan
13. Co-ordinating responses to domestic violence / Nicole Westmarland.
14. Destroying women: sexual murder and feminism / Anette Ballinger
15. Violence, sex and the child / Stephanie Petrie
16. Under their parents’ noses the online sexual solicitation of young people / David Shannon
17. Practitioner commentary: working with sexual violence / Stephanie Kewley
Part Four Responding to Sexual Violence
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19. Public sector and voluntary sector responses: supporting survivors / Kate Cook
20. Public sector and voluntary sector responses: dealing with sex offenders / Hazel Kemshall
21. Changing the community response to rape: the promise of sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE) programmes / Rebecca Campbell
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Police officers’ perceptions of false allegations of rape / Lesley McMillan
Speaking ‘unspeakable things’: documenting digital feminist responses to rape culture / Jessalynn Keller, Kaitlynn Mendes & Jessica Ringrose
‘Feel what I feel’: making da(r)ta with teen girls for creative activisms on how sexual violence matters / Emma Renold
‘I get together with my friends and try to change it’. Young feminist students resist ‘laddism’, ‘rape culture’ and ‘everyday sexism’ / Ruth Lewis, Susan Marine & Kathryn Kenney
Moving beyond ideas of laddism: conceptualising ‘mischievous masculinities’ as a new way of understanding everyday sexism and gender relations / Kitty Nichols
Misogyny in ‘post-war’ Afghanistan: the changing frames of sexual and gender-based violence / Lida Ahmad & Priscyll Anctil Avoine
‘The Rape Joke’: censorship, affective activisms, and feeling subjects / Alyssa D. Niccolini
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