Rape, Shame and PrideAddress to Stockholm Criminology Symposium, 16 June 2006
A proposition of the theory of reintegrative shaming is that a reason some societies have lower rates of rape is that rape is unthinkable to most men in those societies. This presentation shows how war interrupts the unthinkableness of rape. Bougainville
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