In a recently published article in Mirabella `Why Doesn't She Leave?' Ann Jones writes

January 1994
Women's International Network News;Winter94, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p39
Presents excerpts from author Ann Jones' article `Why Doesn't She Leave?' published in the magazine `Mirabella' which deals with family violence in the American society and reasons why a battered wife does not leave the relationship. Society's view on battered women; Lack of political will to prosecute abusive men; Lack of medical, judicial and police support for battered victims.


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