Violence in gay and lesbian domestic partnerships.
New York : Harrington Park Press, ©1996
Claire M Renzetti; Charles Harvey Miley
|ISBN:||1560247533 9781560247531 1560230746 9781560230748|
|注意：||"Has also been published as Journal of gay & lesbian social services, volume 4, number 1, 1996"--Title page verso.|
|描述：||xiii, 121 pages ; 22 cm|
|内容：||Foreword / Barbara Hart --
Shattering Illusions: Same-Sex Domestic Violence / Pam Elliott --
Ruling the Exceptions: Same-Sex Battering and Domestic Violence Theory / Gregory S. Merrill --
Definition of Roles in Abusive Lesbian Relationships / Becky Marrujo and Mary Kreger --
A Survey of Factors Contributing to Gay and Lesbian Domestic Violence / Ned Farley --
Lesbians of Color and the Domestic Violence Movement / Charlene M. Waldron --
Serving Gays and Lesbians of Color Who Are Survivors of Domestic Violence / Juan M. Mendez --
The Poverty of Services for Battered Lesbians / Claire M. Renzetti --
Twin Epidemics: Domestic Violence and HIV Infection Among Gay and Bisexual Men / Patrick Letellier --
Intervention in Gay Male Intimate Violence Requires Coordinated Efforts on Multiple Levels / L. Kevin Hamberger --
Couple Assessment: Identifying and Intervening in Domestic Violence in Lesbian Relationships / Arlene Istar --
Clinical Models for the Treatment of Gay Male Perpetrators of Domestic Violence / Dan Byrne.
|責任：||Claire M. Renzetti, Charles Harvey Miley, editors.|
The publication of Violence in Gay and Lesbian Domestic Partnerships signifies the growing official recognition of domestic violence within lesbian and gay relationships as a social problem worthy of serious attention and intervention. This book is unique in that it is the only book available which comprehensively addresses the social service needs of gay and lesbian domestic violence victims and perpetrators. The contributors give specific suggestions to improve service providers' responses to gay and lesbian victims of domestic violence. Editors Renzetti and Miley begin by providing readers with an overview of the problem and the responses of the domestic violence movement and other social service providers. Contributors to this book were actively addressing the problem of same-sex domestic violence long before it was officially "discovered," and their chapters are sure to raise your awareness of the problem and emphasize the need to develop specialized services for both victims and perpetrators.
- Same-sex partner abuse -- United States.
- Abused gay men -- United States.
- Abused lesbians -- United States.
- Gay couples -- United States -- Psychology.
- Lesbian couples -- United States -- Psychology.
- Abused gay men.
- Abused lesbians.
- Gay couples -- Psychology.
- Lesbian couples -- Psychology.
- Same-sex partner abuse.
- United States.