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Domestic violence bibliography

Domestic violence bibliography

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Published by The Program in [Trenton, N.J.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Family violence -- Bibliography.,
  • Wife abuse -- Bibliography.,
  • Family violence -- Prevention -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementState of New Jersey, Department of Community Affairs, New Jersey Division on Women, Domestic Violence Prevention Program.
    ContributionsCox, Elizabeth., New Jersey. Division on Women., New Jersey. Domestic Violence Prevention Program.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ809 .D66 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination59 p. ;
    Number of Pages59
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1816468M
    LC Control Number89623142


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Setting the Captives Free: A Christian Theology for Domestic Violence. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books. This book is an “appeal to you to gain an understanding of what it really means to face domestic violence and how to help bring peace and wholeness to victims and. This selected bibliography is for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of sexual and domestic violence in a religious context.

It may be of particular interest to congregations, clergy and other religious leaders, advocates, counselors, victims and survivors, and students. The bibliography is arranged alphabetically by author. The topics in the article included the following: understanding domestic violence and abuse, signs of an abusive relationship, physical abuse and violence, emotional abuse, abusive behavior as a choice, the cycle of violence, recognizing the warning signs, speaking up if you suspect abuse, and links related to domestic violence.

The National Domestic Violence Hotline is a 24 hour web-based and telephone resource that was created to help people who were experiencing domestic violence. It is the only helpline that works in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. About the Book. Decriminalizing Domestic Violence asks the crucial, yet often overlooked, question of why and how the criminal legal system became the primary response to intimate partner violence in the United introduces readers, both new and well versed in the subject, to the ways in which the criminal legal system harms rather than helps those who are subjected to Domestic violence bibliography book.

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publication Interview Journal. Domestic)Violence:)The)Basics)–References). The!references!includedhere!helpedinform!the!development!of!this!trainingmodule!andserve!as. resources!to!expand File Size: KB. The offices coordinated APA staff for a group photo as part of the National Network to End Domestic Violence’s Purple Thursday campaign, during which participants are invited to wear purple to honor and support victims and survivors of domestic violence.

APA staff proudly wore purple and displayed signs spelling out “Purple Thursday.”. Community Violence Cohn, J. Why did it happen. Helping young children cope with the experience of violence. Morrow Junior Books. (Preschool-Early Elementary) Garbarino, J.

Lets talk about living in a world with violence: An activity book for school age children. Chicago, IL: Erikson Institute. (Elementary level). Reference Copy Right/Fair Use Statement The content created and/or utilized in this website by Darnell Murray is for non-commercial, educational purposes only.

Any opinions expressed therein are. Greenhaven Press. “Domestic Violence.” Michigan: “Domestic Violence” is a book written by the Greenhaven Press. The author of this book had given us many examples of cases with domestic violence.

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Mental Health Services for Children Who Witness Domestic Violence. The Future of Children, 9(3), This article provides a good introduction for practitioners working with children who witness family violence. Sandra A. Graham-Bermann, PhD, is an associate professor of psychology and of women's studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and serves as the codirector of the Interdisciplinary Research Program on research on the impact of family violence on children's social and emotional adjustment includes studies of children in shelters, the community, schools, and clinical Pages: Sample: “Data on the rates of same-sex partner abuse have only become available in recent years.

Even today, many of the statistics and materials on domestic violence put out by organizations like the Center for Disease Control and the Department of Justice still focus exclusively on heterosexual relationships, and specifically heterosexual women.

At the end of the book, she also includes directories of state and national Domestic Violence Coalitions. This book helps with the legislative part of Violence Against Women and makes it easy to understand.

Mechanic, M.B., Weaver, T.L., & Resick, P.A. Annotated bibliography on domestic violence and restorative justice Essay Sample source of information for both the positives and negatives involved in implementing restorative justice principals to domestic violence cases. From this book I will be able to locate a myriad of other resources and information on the topic of restorative.

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A classic text which was one of the first books to address domestic violence. Martin documents domestic violence in its entirety: the social constructs that facilitate men abusing and women staying, how legal services and social services can work against the victim, and how shelters work.

The Battered Woman, by Lenore Walker (Harper and Row ). There are many different types of domestic violence. Physical abuse is the most obvious form, but this is not to say that outsiders always recognize it. Generally, physical violence causes bodily harm, using a variety of methods.

Slapping, pushing, throwing, hitting, punching, and strangling are only a few methods. Part One begins by outlining the research evidence for the links between domestic violence and the abuse of children.

It highlights that domestic violence is an important indicator of risk of harm to children and assesses the effects on children's lives and future well-being. Statistical data from the British Crime Survey are also by: As cited in Ada Garcia, Sexual Violence Against Women: Contribution to a Strategy for Countering the Various Forms of Such Violence in the Council of Europe Member States.

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Domestic violence can happen anywhere but certain factors seem to increase its likelihood. These include the age of the mother (the younger the mother, the more likely she will become a victim), poverty and unemployment, and alcohol and substance abuse.8 One study in Canada found that women who.

Historically, in most cultures, domestic violence has been an accepted fact of life. Only in recent years has it begun to be viewed as a criminal problem, and in many societies, it is still culturally acceptable. This informative reference resource allows students to compare and contrast the ways in which domestic abuse is viewed and handled by thirteen different representative countries from 5/5(1).

That is how Nancy Berns introduces her book. It is a work that unabashedly examines not only domestic violence, but also the larger picture of how politics and processes shape our responses to social problems. Framing the Victim also distinguishes serious research from media, which promote entertainment, empowerment, and by: Domestic Violence: The Criminal Justice Response (3rd ed).

Thousand Oaks, London, and New Delhi: SAGE Publications. Do Arrests and Restraining Orders Work. Thousand Oaks, London, and New Delhi: SAGE Publications. Carrington, K., and J. Phillips (). "Domestic Violence in Australiaan Overview of the Issues, E-Brief.".

Islam and Domestic Violence Bibliography Bibliography on Islam resources and useful readings Printer Friendly Version (PDF, 1 page, KB) This bibliography focuses on domestic violence and the Muslim faith. Materials are arranged alphabetically by author.

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Domestic Violence (Amendment) Act, Short title and collective citation. Acts Referred to. Domestic Violence Act,No. In particular, the book investigates the conditions under which countries in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia have adopted legislation against domestic violence, which remains widespread in many developing by: 3.

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This is followed by discussion of the research on how using a men and masculinities perspective can reveal some men’s vulnerability to violence exposure, and ways to better engage males in stopping violence .