This study highlights the need to broaden the conceptualization of violence and gender violence which has important theoretical and policy implications. Linking micro experiences of violent victimization in local trans-communities to the macro context of gender violence in global gender equality policy development is crucial to the advancement of human rights.
I sincerely thank my advisor Dr. Kathryn Feltey, as well as Dr. Sarah Swider, Dr. Tiffany Taylor, Dr. Judy Gordon, Dr. Werner Reichmann, Jodi Henderson Ross, and Marion Boeker for valuable inputs and comments on earlier drafts of the chapter. I am also grateful to the editors of this volume who did not only share important comments and their outstanding editing skills with me, but also blessed me with feminist energy and encouragement.
Jauk, D. (2013), "Invisible lives, silenced violence: Transphobic gender violence in global perspective", Gendered Perspectives on Conflict and Violence: Part A (Advances in Gender Research, Vol. 18A), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 111-136. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1529-2126(2013)000018A009
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