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Adopting a feminist approach, 'Gender, Shame and Sexual Violence' offers extensive new empirical material, challenging the assumption that the deterrent effect of making rape trials more visible would reduce the occurrence of sexual violence in conflict situations, contending instead that the manner in which cases are handled both increases the victims' sense of shame and serves to propagate a representation of women's bodies that may actually serve to increase the use of sexual violence during war.

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