Black Family Violence: Current Research and Theory
Robert L. Hampton
Lexington Books, 2002 - Social Science - 216 pages
Gathering together scholars from across the social sciences, Black Family Violence is one of the first books to chart new courses for research, while simultaneously serving as a fundamental introduction to family relationship issues in the study of black family life.
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