Family Violence: Legal, Medical, and Social Perspectives

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Allyn and Bacon, 1996 - Family social work - 324 pages
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Presents an introduction to the complicated areas of family violence, with information on the various dynamics involved in family abuse. The more commonly-discussed topics of family violence are treated from a medical, social and legal perspective.

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The seventh edition is a clear and concise handbook for introducing family violence. Well written and full of useful information. Read full review

Contents

The Cycle of Violence Theory
16
The Abusers and the Abused
31
Head and Internal Injuries
46
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