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Domestic Violence: Intervention, Prevention, Policies, and Solutions

by Richard L. Davis

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"Domestic Violence: Intervention, Prevention, Policies, and Solutions" presents a rational and reasoned perspective that emphasizes evidence-based data rather than ideologically held beliefs. It challenges the effectiveness of existing policies and procedures and introduces 10 recommendations for change. This book summarizes the four most important federally sponsored reports and provides unique meta-analysis styled empirical based overviews of contemporary research and intervention efforts. Topics addressed include explanations of battering behavior, identification of victims, rape and sexual assault, and risk factors as well as ideological advocacy. The text also includes 20 pages of resources that will be updated quarterly online.… (more)
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"Domestic Violence: Intervention, Prevention, Policies, and Solutions" presents a rational and reasoned perspective that emphasizes evidence-based data rather than ideologically held beliefs. It challenges the effectiveness of existing policies and procedures and introduces 10 recommendations for change. This book summarizes the four most important federally sponsored reports and provides unique meta-analysis styled empirical based overviews of contemporary research and intervention efforts. Topics addressed include explanations of battering behavior, identification of victims, rape and sexual assault, and risk factors as well as ideological advocacy. The text also includes 20 pages of resources that will be updated quarterly online.

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