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100 1  Bandelli, Daniela,|eauthor 
245 10 Femicide, gender and violence :|bdiscourses and 
       counterdiscourses in Italy /|cby Daniela Bandelli 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Palgrave Macmillan,|c2017 
300    1 online resource (xi, 206 pages) :|bdigital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
347    text file|bPDF|2rda 
505 0  1. Introduction -- 2. Discourse, biopower, and identity 
       politics critique -- 3. Gender: hegemonic lens for making 
       sense of VAW and IPV -- 4. 'Femminicidio' narrative: A 
       gender discourse of partner violence across feminist 
       crusades and electoral speeches -- 5. 'Femminicidio', 
       gender identity and feminism contested. A narrative of 
       ideology -- 6. Abusive women, male and female victims. A 
       discourse at the margin -- 7. Conclusions. Living 
       discourses: A future agenda for critical researcher and 
       social movements 
520    This book questions gendered readings of violence by 
       analyzing how this paradigm has become normalized in Italy
       since the feminist term 'femminicidio', or 'femicide', 
       entered the mainstream media during the 2013 general 
       election. It also sheds light on discourses of 
       contestation on the part of family activists, men's rights
       campaigners and divorced fathers' groups. Two counter-
       discourses emerge. The first is what the author terms an 
       'ideology narrative', for which discourses built around 
       the conceptual category of 'gender' normalize simplistic 
       representations of relationships between men and women. 
       The second is a 'female violence discourse', which sheds 
       light on under-represented aggressor-victim relations and 
       modifies dominant representations of femininity and 
       masculinity. The author argues that integrating these two 
       discourses into public debates helps to reappropriate the 
       complexity and biological dimensions of (violent) 
       relationships between men and women, often overshadowed by
       gender/feminist perspectives. In this way, she concludes, 
       we can address neglected social issues that contribute to 
       violence beyond gender. This thought-provoking book will 
       appeal to students and scholars of sociology, critical 
       discourse studies and gender 
650  0 Women|xCrimes against|zItaly 
650  0 Man-woman relationships|zItaly 
650 14 Social Sciences 
650 24 Gender Studies 
650 24 Feminism 
650 24 Media Sociology 
650 24 Self and Identity 
650 24 Media and Communication 
650 24 Discourse Analysis 
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