Battered Women

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SAGE Publications, May 1, 1979 - Psychology - 229 pages
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'This creative monograph deals with violence by men against women who are their wives or living partners...The opening chapters locate and describe the problem, followed by articles emphasizing suggested treatment...This is a valuable and mature sociological monograph for students, teachers and social workers.' -- International Social Science Review, Winter 1982

'This book is strongly recommended for anyone interested in crisis intervention, marriage and the family, and/or couples counseling. In terms of specific occupational groups, it should be useful to social workers, counselors, ministers, nurses, physicians, police, and psychologists, among others.' -- Choice, March 1980

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Contents

An Overview of the Problem
7
The Social Context of Battering
33
Chapter 2
59
Copyright

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