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'Home is the most dangerous place for women,' but private and public violence are connected

By Myrna Dawson, Professor and Research Leadership Chair, Sociology, University of Guelph
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Private and public violence rely on each other as forces that work together to ensure women and girls ‘stay in their place’ — the one that patriarchal social structures have prescribed.The Conversation

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