Intimate Partner Violence (Roadmaps for Clinical Practice Series)

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Narratives by victims of intimate partner abuse provide a framework from which students and practitioners can assess address problems of domestic abuse. This book focuses on what can be practically done to address the problem of domestic violence for individual practitioners as well as policymakers, lawmakers, and criminal justice : Elicka Sparks.

This book's primary strength is the placement of incidents of interpersonal violence in their social context and in her attention to the offender and his responses to environmental constraints and triggers, including his relationship with the by: Written in a scholarly yet compassionate style and very well referenced, it is certainly a comprehensive book on the topic of intimate partner sexual violence.

Two chapters stood out for me, chap Responding to Christian Survivors of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence, by Barbara Roberts, and chap Law Enforcement Response to Intimate Partner Violence by Mike Davis.5/5(3). Popular Intimate Partner Violence Books Showing of 21 Men Who Beat the Men Who Love Them: Battered Gay Men and Domestic Violence (Paperback) by.

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David Island (shelved 2 times as intimate-partner-violence) avg rating — 13 ratings — published Want to. The international scope, economic and policy applications, the focus on prevention, and the clinical issues raised, as well as the inclusion of problem and controversial areas, all help make Intimate Partner Violence stand out from others in the in all, this is an excellent book, a major compilation and unique in its approach.3/5(2).

Intimate Partner Violence: New Perspectives in Research and Practice is the first book of its kind to present a detailed and rigorous critique of current domestic violence research and practice within the same : Elizabeth A.

Bates, Julie C. Taylor. This item: Intimate Partner Violence in Lgbtq Lives (Routledge Research in Gender and Society) by Janice L. Ristock Paperback $ Available to ship in days. Ships from and sold by 5/5(1). MIT prohibits intimate partner violence. Intimate Partner Violence is defined as actual or threatened physical violence, intimidation, or other forms of physical or sexual abuse directed toward a partner in an intimate relationship that would cause a reasonable person to fear harm to self or others.

Intimate Partner Violence: New Perspectives in Research and Practice is the first book of its kind to present a detailed and rigorous critique of current domestic violence research and.

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The authoritative introduction to family violence Family and Intimate Partner Violence: Heavy Hands is an authentic introduction to the crimes of family violence, covering offenders and offenses, impact on victims, and responses of the criminal justice system.

Comprehensive yet easy to understand, this established text is essential reading for students considering careers in criminal justice, victim Format: On-line Supplement. Until recently, domestic violence, as it has been referred to, was a problem to be dealt with inside the family.

In this ground-breaking work, Intimate Partner Violence book unique approach provides a detailed theoretical discussion of race, class, and gender-effects on intimate partner violence and a thoughtful discussion of the interactions of these factors/5.

No one is immune to intimate partner violence, including those who are working in the United Nations. This resource book is designed to support UN staff members who encounter IPV either in their own lives or that of colleagues.

Part One provides an overview of the problem and the regional context. This book combines outcome research, evidence-based interventions, and case study material for four different age groups (prenatal to infancy, toddler to early childhood, school-age children, and adolescents) to present the most up-to-date research on how exposure to intimate partner violence affects children and how clinicians can treat these :   Domestic Violence and Psychology: Critical Perspectives on Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse showcases women’s harrowing stories of living with and leaving violent partners, offering a psychological perspective on domestic violence and developing a theoretical framework for examining the context, intentions and experiences in the lives of people who experience abuse and abuse Author: Paula Nicolson.

Book Description. This edited collection addresses intimate partner violence, risk and security as global issues. Although intimate partner violence, risk and security are intimately connected they are rarely considered in tandem in the context of global security.

violence against women Intimate partner violence Intimate partner violence is one of the most common forms of violence against women and includes physical, sexual, and emotional abuse and controlling behaviours by an intimate partner.

Intimate partner violence1 (IPV) occurs in all settings and among all socioeconomic, religious and cultural groups. This book brings together an international collection of researchers and practitioners from a range of fields—including sociology, social work, psychology, law, public health and medicine, and victims services and advocacy—to examine promising, innovative strategies and programs for preventing intimate partner violence (IPV).

Related Pages Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a serious, preventable public health problem that affects millions of Americans. The term “intimate partner violence” describes physical violence, sexual violence, stalking, or psychological harm by a current or former partner or spouse.

This page includes the following topics and synonyms: Intimate Partner Violence, Partner Violence, Partner Abuse, Spousal Abuse, Domestic Violence, Domestic Abuse, Interpersonal Violence, Battered Woman, Battered Women.

Awareness about violence against women First-line support for intimate partner violence and sexual assault ; Additional clinical care after sexual assault Additional support for mental health. There are job aids throughout this handbook to help you while caring for and supporting a woman who has experienced or is experiencing violence.

Intimate partner violence is a challenging problem that health professionals encounter on a daily basis. This volume thoroughly compiles the current knowledge and health science and provides a strong foundation for students, educators, clinicians, and.

Intimate Partner Violence is an extended resource for medical, legal, and social services professionals that can also benefit families and any individual faced with the issue of domestic violence. Using mostly non-technical language, this guide can be read quickly and thoroughly by anyone to help identify and end intimate partner Range: $45 - $ For courses in domestic violence, family violence, and victimology.

The authoritative introduction to family violence Family and Intimate Partner Violence: Heavy Hands is an authentic introduction to the crimes of family violence, covering offenders and offenses, impact on victims, and responses of the criminal justice system.

Comprehensive yet easy to understand, this/5(2). Narratives by victims of intimate partner abuse provide a framework from which students and practitioners can assess address problems of domestic abuse. This book focuses on what can be practically done to address the problem of domestic violence for individual practitioners as well as policymakers, lawmakers, and criminal justice : Elicka Peterson Sparks, Kit Gruelle.

The book examines how social, legal, and financial resources are diverted into a criminal legal apparatus that is often unable to deliver justice or safety to victims or to prevent intimate partner violence in the first place.

Intimate partner violence and battering, also known as domestic violence, are among the most common yet least reported crimes in the world. All couples at times disagree, argue, and have feelings of anger; not all aggressive behavior between partners constitutes domestic violence.

If you are being abused: Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline (SAFE). Hotline advocates are. Sandra M. Stith, PhD, LCMFT, is a professor and director of the marriage and family therapy program at Kansas State University.

Her primary research interest is in understanding and treating intimate partner violence. She has edited three books on the subject, including Understanding Partner Violence: Prevalence, Causes, Consequences and Solutions, coedited with Dr. Murray Straus, and Pages: It is clear that physical abuse is an integral component of some intimate relationships.

This book addresses not the violence but our responses or lack of responses to that violation of personal integrity and the accompanying trauma.

How partner violence is responded to, individually and collectively, may well determine whether the violence can Brand: Springer US. Until recently, domestic violence, as it has been referred to, was a problem to be dealt with inside the family. In this ground-breaking work, Hattery's unique approach provides a detailed theoretical discussion of race, class, and gender-effects on intimate partner violence and a thoughtful discussion of the interactions of these s: 1.

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Nationally representative studies confirm that LGBTQ individuals are at an elevated risk of experiencing intimate partner violence.

While many similarities exist between LGBTQ and heterosexual-cisgender intimate partner violence, research has illuminated a variety of unique aspects of LGBTQ intimate partner violence regarding the predictors of perpetration, the specific forms of.

Individuals who engage in intimate partner violence have high rates of previous exposure to trauma and, most notably, to childhood violence. While decades of research support this finding, most models of intimate partner violence and training programs for practitioners who work with these individuals fail to take into consideration the impact of trauma on relationship : Religion and Intimate Partner Violence: Understanding the Challenges and Proposing Solutions by Nancy Nason-Clark, Barbara Fisher-Townsend, Catherine Holtmann, and Stephen McMullin.

Why we like it: This book is based on twenty-five years of academic research on intimate partner violence within deeply religious families.Gibson’s book “ The 21 st Century Crisis of Intimate Partner Violence Among African American Males Victims: Up Close and Personal with an Unnoticed Population: A Social Work Response,” her first published book, addresses the essence of intimate partner violence, also known as domestic violence.