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Batterer Intervention Programs: Where Do We Go From Here? NCJ 195079
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"question of whether batterer intervention programs alter batterers' attitudes and behaviors or merely suppress violence behavior for the duration of the study." Keywords: Domestic violence; DV; family violence; men; women; perpetrator; victim; Duluth model; Emerge; AMEND; Conflict Tactics Scale; CTS2
Keywords: Domestic violence, DV, family violence, men, women, perpetrator, victim, Duluth model, Emerge, AMEND, Conflict Tactics Scale, CTS2
Last Viewed: November, 8, 2018 at 2:36 AM.
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University of Washington. Men were more likely than women to report that they had unwanted sex or were pressured into having sex. Keywords: Men; women; sex; rape; acquaintance rape; sexual abuse; perpetrator; Addictive Behaviors Research Center; Sex Roles; depression; force
Keywords: Men, women, sex, rape, acquaintance rape, sexual abuse, perpetrator, Addictive Behaviors Research Center, Sex Roles, depression, force
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 10:31 PM.
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"Batterer intervention programs do not change batterers 'attitudes' Mounting evidence indicates 'programs' ineffective - women batter as well. The dynamics of battering appear to differ for men and women - need for programs designed specifically for female batterers." Domestic violence; DV; family violence; men; women; perpetrator; victim; Duluth model; Emerge; AMEND; Conflict Tactics Scale; CTS2
Last Viewed: November, 11, 2018 at 10:45 PM.
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(Opening Brief In Support of Petition For Writ of Mandate)
Petition for writ of mandate makes an equal protection challenge to the exclusion of male victims of domestic violence from California's Health and Safety Code provisions and the exclusion of incarcerated fathers from Penal Code provisions for programs for incarcerated parents and their children.
Keywords: California,Violence,Gender,Men,Code,Domestic,Women,Classifications,Children,Mandate,Writ,Penal,Victims,Petition,Family,Abuse
Last Viewed: November, 12, 2018 at 10:02 AM.
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(GAO-07-846R Domestic Violence Services)
This report focuses on these areas: Demographic Data on Victims Served by Type of Service Are Not Available for All Services, HHS and DOJ Report Various Challenges Involved in Obtaining Additional Data on the Characteristics of Victims Receiving Services, Agency Comments and Evaluation, Grant Programs Specifically Designed to Provide Direct Services, and Comments from HHS and the DOJ.
Keywords: Services,Data,Violence,Victims,Recipients,Domestic,Programs,Report,Ovw,Information,Gao,Grants,Officials,Acf,Women,Provided,Demographic,Vawa,Stalking
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2018 at 3:05 AM.
Total Views: 828
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