|Violence against Women (World Bank, 1994, 84 pages)|
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Lori L Heise is director of the Violence, Health and Development Project, Pacific Institute for Women's Health, Washington, D.C. Jacqueline Pitanguy is president and founder of CEPIA (Citizenship, Studies, Information and Action), Rio de Jareiro, Brazil. Adrienne Germain is vice president of the International Women's Health Coalition, New York. At the time of writing, all were consultants to the World Bank's Population, Health and Nutrition Department.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Violence against women: the hidden health burden / Lori L. Heise with Jacqueline Pitanguy and Adrienne Germain. p cm. - (World Bank discussion papers; 255)
Includes bibliographical references
1. Wife abuse-Health aspects.
2 Women-Crimes against-Health aspects
3 Sex crimes Health aspects.
I. Pitanguy, Jacqueline.
II. Germain. Adrienne.
III. International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
V. Series. HV6626 H38 1994 362.1968582200973-dc20 94-27745 CIP