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Unequal Partners: RCCs, Law Enforcement, and Medical Response to Rape

Up Against a Wall: Rape Reform and the Failure of Success. By Rose Corrigan, New York, NYU Press, 2013. 320 pp. $39.00 (hardcover). ISBN: 978-0-8147-0793-7

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Schmitt, F.E. Unequal Partners: RCCs, Law Enforcement, and Medical Response to Rape. Sex Roles 70, 155–157 (2014).

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