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Comparative Perspectives on Gender ViolenceLessons From Efforts Worldwide$
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Rashmi Goel and Leigh Goodmark

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780199346578

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199346578.001.0001

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“In the Good Times and the Bad”

“In the Good Times and the Bad”

Gendered Notions, Economic Inequality, Intimate Partner Violence, and Lessons from Chile to Move Beyond Judicial Reform

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(p.87) 7 “In the Good Times and the Bad”
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Comparative Perspectives on Gender Violence
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Nia Parson

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199346578.003.0007

Based on ethnographic research in Santiago, Chile, this analysis shows how economic intimate partner abuse is a particular form of gendered violence that is often invisible but has grave effects for women, constraining their everyday lives and possibilities in ways that are beyond the reach of judicial interventions. This chapter illuminates some of the ways that structural and intimate partner abuse are interconnected in the lives of some Chilean women and situates their suffering within the broader historical, political, and economic contexts of novel and evolving judicial interventions around partner abuse. By highlighting the gravity of abuses that are outside of the purview of the judicial system, this chapter puts forward a call to attend to how judicial interventions provide only some solutions for women who suffer intimate partner abuse in Chile.

Keywords:   Chile, economic abuse, intimate partner abuse

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