Overcoming domestic violence : creating a dialogue around vulnerable populations
Nova Science Publishers, Inc.,
Place of Publication
Hauppauge, New York
Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science / Faculty of Arts and Humanities
School of Medical and Health Sciences / School of Arts and Humanities
This book presents a range of interesting and diverse papers in order to demonstrate the importance and need for intervention programs that deal with the harmful effects that domestic violence causes to primary and secondary victims as well as to perpetrators. These papers reveal that the traditional within family home male-upon-female definitional understanding of domestic violence in the modern needs era to be broadened to include such experiences as dating violence, LGBT intimate partner violence and the childhood witnessing of domestic violence, to name but a few. Additionally, it is argue.
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