Maahanmuuttajanaisten kokema väkivalta Euroopassa
Millainen ongelma maahanmuuttajanaisten kokema väkivalta on Euroopan maissa? Miten sitä käsitellään Ranskassa, Italiassa tai Iso-Britanniassa? Onko muslimikulttuuri väkivaltariski? Kirja ”Violence against women and ethnicity: Commonalities and differences across Europe” vastaa näihin kysymyksiin. Mukana on tilasto- ja haastattelutietoa laajasti eri puolilta Eurooppaa, Pohjoismaat mukaan lukien. Suomesta Suvi Keskinen käsittelee väkivaltaa naisten oikeuksien ja hyvinvointivaltiollisen nationalismin näkökulmasta.
This book draws together recent research and writing on violence against migrant and minority women across Europe. The complex interplay of gender, ‘race’/ethnicity, nationality, religion, and class in shaping the lives, experiences and choices of minority/migrant women affected by violence has not always been adequately theorised within much of the existing writing on violence against women.
Feminist theory, especially the insights provided by the concept of intersectionality, is central to the editors’ conceptual frameworks.
Violence against women has received greater political and policy attention across Europe since the 1990s, leading also to increased research in this area. While responses to the issue differ in the European contexts, there are many similarities reported about the forms and impacts of violence against women.
Despite extensive research on violence against women generally, knowledge on the issues and experiences of women and children from minority/migrant groups remains fragmented. For the first time, this reader draws together existing research and practice, through contributions from academics, researchers, and practitioners/activists, on minority/migrant women and gendered violence from different European contexts.
In challenging the simplistic and untheorised portrayal of violence against women in minority/migrant communities, this volume gives centrality to the concept of intersectionality as it allows a better understanding of the complex interplay of gender, ‘race’/ethnicity, nationality, religion, and class in shaping the lives, experiences and choices of minority/migrant women affected by violence. By drawing these issues together into a coherent debate, this reader will contribute to enhancing theoretical debate on gendered violence and ethnicity and inform the development of policy and practice across Europe.
Ravi K. Thiara, Stephanie A. Condon & Monika Schröttle (2012)(eds) Violence against women and ethnicity: commonalities and differences across Europe. Budrich Verlag. 426 s.
Preface, Renate Klein
Introduction, Ravi K. Thiara, Stephanie Condon and Monika Schröttle
Part 1: Building and Sharing Knowledge about Violence Against Women in Europe
Violence Against Women: Still A Political Problem Throughout Europe
What Do We Know About Gendered Violence and Ethnicity Across Europe From Surveys?
Stephanie Condon, Maud Lesne and Monika Schröttle
Part 2: Making the Links
Particularly Violent? The Construction of Muslim Culture as a Risk Factor for Domestic Violence
Renee Römkens with Esmah Lahlah
Immigrant Women and Domestic Violence: Intersectional Perspectives in a Biographical Context
From the Racialization of Sexism to Sexism as an Identity Marker
Part 3: Forms and Effects of Violence Against Women
Male Violence Against Migrant Women: Denying Rights in a Racist Gender System
Sabine Masson and Patricia Roux
Violence Against Migrant Women, Health and Sexuality: Trajectories of Women from Sub-Saharan Africa Living with HIV/AIDS in France
Violence Against Women and the Social, Ethnic and Sexual Division of Labour: Continuity and Disparity Between Community Care Workers' Experiences
Emmanuelle Lada and Ghislaine Doniol-Shaw
Ethnicities in the Aftermaths of Sexualised Coercion: Common Issues and Diverse Personal Meanings
Correlates of Partner Violence and Health among Migrant Women in Germany: Results of Comparable Analyses of Quantitative Survey Data
Monika Schröttle and Nadia Khelaifat
Racism, Violence and Health: The Living Experience of Immigrant Women in an Italian City
Patrizia Romito, Giuditta Creazzo, Daniela Paci and Emanuela Pipitone
“Hard, Feisty Women” – “Coping on Your Own”: African-Caribbean Women and Domestic Violence
Ravi K. Thiara
Forced Marriages: Between Social Construction and Experience of Family Enforcement
Beate Collet and Emmanzrelle Santelli
Part 4: Responses to Violence againsts Minority Ethnic Women
Standing in the Same Dream: Black and Minority Women's Struggles Against Gender-Based Violence and for Equality in the UK
Pragna Patel and Hannana Siddiqui
The Thin Line Between Protection, Care and Control: Violence Against Ethnic Minority Women in Denmark
Yvonne Mørck, Bo Wagner Sørensen, Sojia Danneskiold-Samøe and Henrietta Højberg
In the Name of “Rights” - BAMER Women, Terrorism and Violence Against Women
Amrit Wilson and Sumanta Roy
How Violence Against Women is Addressed in Social and Public Action for 'Women in Immigrant Communities': Mixed Standards and a Logic of Suspicion
Intimate Partner Violence and the Process of Seeking Help: Idmigrant Women Who Approached Anti-Violence Centres in Emilia-Romagna (Italy)
Gizrditta Creazzo, Emanuela Pipitone and Ana Maria Vega Alexandersson
Part 5: Is It a Question of (Their) Culture and (Our) Honour?
“They” Rape “Our” Women: When Racism and Sexism Intermingle
Violence Against Women in Minoritised Communities: Cultural Norm or Cultural Anomaly?
Khatidja Cliantler and Geetanjali Gangoli
Women's Rights, Welfare State Nationalism and Violence in Migrant Families
Culture-Based Violence Against Immigrant Women in German Federal Court of Justice (BGH) Decisions
Erol Rudolf Pohlreich
Culture and Ethnnicity in (Re-)constructing Domestic Homicides
Daniela Gloor and Hanna Meier