Domestic Partner Abuse
Springer Publishing Company, Jan 1, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 248 pages
This volume makes a signal contribution to understanding and treating couples' abuse. The editors and contributors expand the models of abusive relationships to include the special concerns of gay and lesbian couples, mutually violent partners, abusive women, and others. Based on a special issue of the respected journal Violence and Victims, the book shatters myths surrounding domestic violence and sheds new light on a complex social problem. This volume will be a resource for counselors, therapists, and social workers concerned with domestic violence, as well as for students and educators in the field.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Implications for Theory and Practice
The Relationship Between Personality and the Perpetration of Violence
A Population at Risk for Relationship Aggression?
Other editions - View all
aggres aggressive behavior alcohol American anger arrest assessment battered gay battered women benzodiazepines bisexual Bograd borderline personality borderline personality disorder carbamazepine chapter clinical Coleman Conflict Tactics Scale context couples depression differences Dobash domestic violence domestically violent women Dutton effects factors Family Violence female partners Fisher's exact test fluoxetine gay and bisexual Gelles gender head injury heterosexual highly victimized homophobia husbands impact individual intermittent explosive disorder interpersonal intervention intimate violence lence lesbian battering lesbian relationships Letellier levels male batterers marital aggression marriage misogyny models mutual victimization narcissistic narcissistic personality disorder negative O'Leary orthopedically injured patriarchal perpetrators personality disorder perspective physical aggression physical victimization potential problem Psychiatry psychopathology psychopharmacological rates relationship aggression Renzetti reported response role Rosenbaum sample self-defense sexual social sociopolitical spouse abuse Straus subgroups theory therapy tion verbal Violence and Victims violent behavior Vivian wife abuse wife assault wives York