Woman-battering: victims and their experiences
Mildred Daley Pagelow draws from the largest existing sample of women victims and records their experiences and perceptions of those experiences. She integrates this material into a larger theoretical framework, challenging current myths about woman-battering.
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Foreword by Del Martin
The Individuals the Society or Both?
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agencies Anne answers asked assault assumptions attacks attempt attorney Bandura battered women beat beaten called child conjugal relationships correlation couples crime dependent variable divorce Dobash and Dobash domestic violence Donna earlier experience explain father female frequently Gelles Gelles's husband hypothesis included income injuries institutional response interviews investigator judge know 3 Yes Kurt leave living major male Marriage Counselor married Martin months mother negative never nonprobability sampling Number of Children obtained occurred officers Pagelow parents persons physical abuse physical punishment police primary battering problem question questionnaire rape received regression analysis Response Category Percent sample women Secondary Battering Cohabitation severe shows skip Social learning Social learning theory spousal rape spouse abuse statistical stay Straus survey instrument survey sample Survey Women Table tests theoretical tion traditional ideology Victimology victims violent relationships Wellins wife wives woman woman-battering WTLC