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Latinas narratives of domestic abuse

discrepant versions of violence

by Shonna L. Trinch

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Published by John Benjamins Pub. in Amsterdam, Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Sociolinguistics -- United States.,
    • Hispanic American women -- Languages.,
    • Family violence -- United States -- Case studies.,
    • Hispanic American women -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-299) and indexes.

      StatementShonna L. Trinch.
      GenreCase studies.
      SeriesImpact, studies in language and society, 17
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsP40.45.U5 T75 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 313 p. ;
      Number of Pages313
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3688338M
      ISBN 101588114155, 9027218552
      LC Control Number2003054588

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Latinas narratives of domestic abuse by Shonna L. Trinch Download PDF EPUB FB2

Latinas’ Narratives of Domestic Abuse: Discrepant versions of violence investigates the discourse of protective order interviews, where women apply for court injunctions to keep abusers away.

In these encounters, two different versions of violence, each influenced by a range of ethnolinguistic, intertextual and cultural factors, are always Cited by:   Latinas’ Narratives of Domestic Abuse: Discrepant versions of violence investigates the discourse of protective order interviews, where women apply for court injunctions to keep abusers away.

In these encounters, two different versions of violence, each influenced by a range of ethnolinguistic, intertextual and cultural factors, are always Pages: "Latinas Narratives of Domestic Abuse: Discrepant versions of violence" investigates the discourse of protective order interviews, where women apply for court injunctions to keep abusers away.

In these encounters, two different versions of violence, each influenced by a range of ethnolinguistic, intertextual and cultural factors, are always.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Ch. Narrating violence in institutional settings --Ch. g the truth about violence: Language ideology and the function of narrative structure --Ch.

entation, ownership and genre: Language ideologies of narrative production and. Get this from a library. Latinas narratives of domestic abuse: discrepant versions of violence. [Shonna L Trinch] -- In the American legal system valid witness-testimony is supposed to be invariable and unchanging, so defense attorneys highlight seeming inconsistencies in victims' accounts to impeach their.

In my book, Latinas’ Narratives of Domestic Abuse: Discrepant Versions of Violence, 4 Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing, More Info → I recorded and transcribed interviews with Latinas applying for a protective order from their abusive partners in a district attorney’s office and a pro bono law clinic.

Having two versions of the Author: Rodrigo Ugarte. Victim/survivors of domestic violence are asked to tell their stories many times, in different contexts, and for different audiences.

These stories are contextualized for the new context and audience at the same time that they become texts – entextualization – in that context. This article argues that narrative is produced via the co-processes of entextualization and contextualization.

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Today’s economic inequality, suffered disproportionately by indigenous and minority groups of postcolonial. In addition to several articles about rape and domestic violence, Shonna has published the book, Latinas’ narratives of domestic abuse: Discrepant versions of violence (John Benjamins, ), which deals with gender-related justice issues.

Latinas’ narratives of domestic abuse: Discrepant versions of violence. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Corporation, November This book examines the discourse of Latina survivors of domestic violence in the U.S.

Latinas ' Narratives of Domestic Abuse is an excellent book, which makes impor-tant contributions to sociolinguistic studies of identity narrative, politeness theory and Critical Discourse Analysis. From the sociolegal perspective, it pro-vides an empirically rich investigation of.

She's Got All Kinds of Troubles: Working with Women Affected by Domestic Violence and Su bstance Abuse DVD UCDHSC Center on Domestic Violence Community Education SeriesPhone: ()   The book under review is an ethnographic case study of Latina women's norms and ways of narrating intimate-partner violence in U.S.-American institutional settings.

The main issues addressed are how the sociolegal system produces and reproduces reality and knowledge through narrative and how and why Latina women's narratives of abuse are altered.

Abstract Victim/survivors of domestic violence are asked to tell their stories many times, in different contexts, and for different audiences. These stories are contextualized for the new context and audience at the same time that they become texts – entextualization – in that context.

This article argues that narrative is produced via the co-processes of entextualization and Author: Jennifer Andrus. Domestic violence and rape have been important areas of research for me. In my book, Latinas' Narratives of Domestic Abuse, I account for how some discrepancies appear in women's stories of gender-related violence.

In the American legal system valid witness-testimony is supposed to be invariable and unchanging, so defense attorneys highlight seeming inconsistencies in womens’.

Her book, U.S. Latinas’ Narratives of Domestic Abuse: Discrepant Versions of Violence (John Benjamins, ) deals with representations of and by Latina victim-survivors of intimate partner aggression in the U.S. sociolegal system. Specifically, she examines the way in which lay and institutional linguistic resources come together and clash Cited by: Managing euphemism and transcending taboos: Negotiating the meaning of sexual assault in Latinas narratives of domestic violence with domestic violence.

Sexual abuse in childhood may be a Author: Shonna Trinch. Latinas’ narratives of domestic abuse: Discrepant versions of violence. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Corporation, November This book examines the discourse of Latina survivors of domestic violence in the U.S.

Legal System in order to understand how stories evolve and change as victims of crime. Written complaint narratives about victims’ experiences of abuse are required as part of a civil domestic violence protection order (DVPO) application process in several countries (Jeffries et al. ; Bird ; Durfee ).There is also evidence that judges and magistrates rely on these narratives in their decisions to grant or deny protection orders (Wangmann ).Cited by: 1.

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