No Visible Bruises OverviewNo Visible Bruises: What We Don't Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us by Rachel Louise Snyder is a deep analysis of the history and current reality of domestic violence in the United States. It outlines the psychology of abuse from the perspective of both victim and perpetrator, as well as the strengths and weaknesses in societal and legal responses to these types of crimes. Snyder uses both case studies and research to look at the statistical realities of domestic abuse in America, as well as how various systems are either failing or succeeding in their attempts to support victims, reform abusers, and prevent deaths. No Visible Bruises explores the following themes: the importance of communication, gendered expectations, understanding and supporting victims, reforming abusers, and systemic changes.
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