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Encyclopedia of domestic violence

Author: Nicky Ali Jackson
Publisher: New York : Routledge, ©2007.
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Here you will find discussions of battered wives, battered husbands, parricide, dating violence, and domestic violence in the workplace. Theoretical perspectives and correlates of domestic violence are discussed, including animal abuse, batterer typology, exchange theory, post-incest syndrome, popular culture and domestic violence, and victim-blaming theory. Cross-cultural and religious perspectives are presented,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Wörterbuch (Fachlexikon)
Wörterbuch
Encyclopedias
Reference works
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nicky Ali Jackson
ISBN: 0415969689 9780415969680 9780203942215 0203942213
OCLC Number: 82772380
Description: xxix, 789 p. ; 29 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
List of entries A-Z --
Thematic list of entries --
Victims of domestic violence --
Theoretical perspectives and correlates of domestic violence --
Cross-cultural and religious perspectives --
Understanding areas within domestic violence research --
Domestic violence and the Law --
Child abuse and elder abuse --
Special topics in domestic violence --
Entries A-Z: Africa: domestic violence and the law --
Africa: the criminal justice system and the problem of domestic violence in West Africa --
African American community, Domestic violence in --
Analyzing incidents of domestic violence: the National Incident-Based Reporting System --
Animal abuse: the link to family violence --
Asian Americans and domestic violence: cultural dimensions --
Attachment theory and domestic violence --
Battered husbands --
Battered wives --
Battered wives --
Battered woman syndrome --
Battered woman syndrome as a legal defense in cases of spousal homicide --
Battered women, Clemency for --
Battered women, Held in captivity --
Battered women who kill: an examination --
Batterer intervention programs --
Batterer typology --
Bullying and the family --
Caregiver violence against people with disabilities --
Child abuse: a global perspective --
Child abuse and juvenile delinquency --
Child abuse and neglect in the United States: an overview --
Child maltreatment, Interviewing suspected victims of --
Child neglect --
Child sexual abuse --
Children witnessing parental violence --
Christianity and domestic violence --
Coercive control --
Cohabiting violence --
Community response to domestic violence --
Community response to Gay and Lesbian domestic violence --
Compassionate homicide and spousal violence --
Conflict Tactics Scales --
Control balance theory and domestic violence --
Corporal punishment, Religious attitudes toward --
Cross-cultural examination of domestic violence in China and Pakistan --
Cross-cultural examination of domestic violence in Latin America --
Cross-cultural perspectives on domestic violence --
Cross-cultural perspectives on how to deal with batterers --
Cycle of violence --
Date rape --
Dating violence --
Dating violence among African American couples --
Depression and domestic violence --
Disassociation in domestic violence, The role of --
Divorce, child custody, and domestic violence --
Domestic homicide in urban centers: New York City --
Domestic violence by law enforcement officers --
Domestic violence courts --
Education as a risk factor for domestic violence --
Elder abuse, Assessing the risks of --
Elder abuse, Consequences of --
Elder abuse and neglect: training issues for professionals --
Elder abuse by intimate partners --
Elder abuse perpetrated by adult children --
Electronic monitoring of abusers --
Exchange theory --
Expert testimony in domestic violence cases --
Factors influencing reporting behavior by male domestic violence victims --Fatality reviews in cases of adult domestic homicide and suicide --
Female suicide and domestic violence --
Feminist theory --
Filicide and children with disabilities --
Gay and bisexual male domestic violence --
Gay domestic violence, Police attitudes and behaviors toward --
Gender socialization and gay male domestic violence --
Greece, Domestic violence in --
Healthcare professionals' roles in identifying and responding to domestic violence --
Homelessness, The impact of family violence on --
Human rights, refugee laws, and asylum protection for people fleeing domestic violence --
Identity theft and domestic violence --
Incest --
Inmate mothers: treatment and policy implications --
Intergenerational transfer of intimate partner violence --
Intimate partner homicide --
Intimate partner homicide --
Intimate partner violence and mental retardation --
Intimate partner violence, Forms of --
Intimate partner violence in queer, transgender, and bisexual communities --
Jewish community, Domestic violence within the --
Judicial perspectives on domestic violence --
Lautenberg Law --
Legal issues for battered women --
Lesbian battering --
Male victims of domestic violence and reasons they stay with their abusers --
Mandatory arrest policies --
Marital rape --
Measuring domestic violence --
Mediation in domestic violence --
Medical neglect related to religion and culture --
Medicalization of domestic violence --
Military families, Domestic violence within --
Minorities and families in America, Introduction to --
Mothers who kill --
Multicultural programs for domestic batterers --
Munchausen by proxy syndrome --
Mutual battering --
Native Americans, Domestic violence among --
Neurological and physiological impact of abuse --
Parental abduction --
Parricide --
Police civil liability in domestic violence incidents --
Police decision-making factors in domestic violence cases --
Police response to domestic violence incidents --
Popular culture and domestic violence --
Post-incest syndrome --
Postpartum depression, psychosis, and infanticide --
Pregnancy-related violence --
Prosecution of child abuse and neglect --
Protective and restraining orders --
Pseudo-family abuse --
Qur'anic perspectives on wife abuse --
Ritual abuse: torture in families --
Rule of thumb --
Rural communities, Domestic violence in --
Same-sex domestic violence: comparing Venezuela and the United States --
Sexual aggression perpetrated by females --
Sexual orientation and gender identity: the need for education in servicing victims of trauma --
Shaken baby syndrome --
Shelter movement --
Sibling abuse --
Social class and domestic violence --
Social, economic, and psychological costs of violence --
Social learning theory and family violence --
South Africa, Domestic violence in --
Spain, Domestic violence in --
Spousal abuse, The physical and psychological impact of --
Spousal prostitution --
Stages of learning abusive relationships --
Stalking --
Stockholm Syndrome in battered women --
Substance use/abuse and intimate partner violence --
Training practices for law enforcement in domestic violence cases --
Trinidad and Tobago, Domestic violence in --
Victim-blaming theory --
Violence against Women Act --
Women with disabilities, Domestic violence against --
Workplace, Domestic violence in --
Worldwide sociolegal precedents supporting domestic violence from ancient to modern times.
Responsibility: Nicky Ali Jackson, editor.
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Aims to provide information on various issues in the phenomenon of domestic violence. This book includes entries from research areas, such as battered women, child abuse and dating violence. It also  Read more...

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