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Intervening With Assaulted Women: Current Theory, Research, and Practice

Barbara Pressman Gary Cameron Michael Rothery

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Routledge
17 October 2016
Macroeconomics; Microeconomics; International trade; Business studies: general
Domestic violence against women is a problem that cries out for informed discussion and effective treatments. Intervening With Assaulted Women is a definitive response to those cries.

The authors of each of the chapters included in this collection were selected for their ability to address a different issue related to the abuse of women. As a result, a wide range of concerns are confronted and discussed in this book, among them, the socio-political underpinnings of violence against women, the early childhood learning of assaultive men, and the traumatic impact of abuse on women and children.

As for possible treatments, a current and uniquely comprehensive range of responses is described and evaluated, making this an excellent text for both front-line and classroom settings.
Edited by:   Barbara Pressman, Gary Cameron, Michael Rothery
Imprint:   Routledge
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 152mm, 
Weight:   454g
ISBN:   9781138973176
ISBN 10:   1138973173
Pages:   208
Publication Date:   17 October 2016
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Contents: B. Pressman, M. Rothery, Introduction: Implications of Assaults Against Women for Professional Helpers. B. Pressman, Power and Ideological Issues in Intervening With Assaulted Women. B. Pressman, Treatment of Wife Abuse: The Case for Feminist Therapy. J. Magill, Family Therapy: An Approach to the Treatment of Wife Assault. S.E. Palmer, R.A. Brown, Effective Interventions With Assaultive Husbands. T.E. Moore, D. Pepler, R. Mae, M. Kates, Effects of Family Violence on Children: New Directions for Research and Intervention. P.L. McDonald, Helping With the Termination of an Assaultive Relationship. P.L. McDonald, Transition Houses and the Problem of Family Violence. L.J. Fusco, Integrating Systems: Police, Courts, and Assaulted Women. A. Westhues, What We Know About Preventing Wife Assault. G. Cameron, Community Development Principles and Helping Battered Women: A Summary Chapter.

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