Land alienation, land tenure and tourism in Kajiado district of Kenya.

Citation:
TOM DONDICHO. "Land alienation, land tenure and tourism in Kajiado district of Kenya.". In: African Studies monograph to be considered for publication. East African Social Science Research Review 16 (2): 49-70; 2000.

Abstract:

ABSTRACT The literature and research on domestic violence against women have

received increased attention in the 1980's and 1990's, but research on wife beating/battering

is still sparse. This paper reports from a research project in Nairobi that focused on the legal

experiences of battered women and their perceptions of the violence. Findings reveal that the

problem of battering is rampant and most battered women do not seek legal intervention. It

was also found that a majority of the women remained in intimate relationships with their

batterers due to economic dependence on the batterers and lack of alternatives outside the

relationship.

Key Words: Domestic violence; Legal Experiences; Nairobi; Kenya.

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