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The Natural Limits of Good Ideas  

Author:  Julie  Blackman, Ph.D..

Source: Volume 02, Number 01, October/November 1996 , pp.9-10(2)

Domestic Violence Report

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The feminist response to violence against women has been filled with good ideas with natural limits. From experience, from the real consequences of our good ideas, we can learn their natural limits and seek new good ideas, whose natural limits lie beyond the ones we have now. The author provides a psychological perspective on the phenomenon of battering.

Keywords: victim-blaming; women’s agency

Affiliations:  1: social psychologist.

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