5 edition of Preventing partner violence found in the catalog.
Preventing partner violence
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Daniel J. Whitaker, John R. Lutzker.|
|Contributions||Whitaker, Daniel J., Lutzker, John R., 1947-|
|LC Classifications||HV6626 .P733 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008036634|
Get this from a library! Trauma-informed treatment and prevention of intimate partner violence. [Casey T Taft; Christopher M Murphy; Suzannah K Creech] -- "Individuals who engage in intimate partner violence have high rates of previous exposure to trauma and, most notably, to childhood violence. While decades of research support this finding, most. PLANNING COMMITTEE ON PREVENTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN WORKSHOP 1. JACQUELYN C. CAMPBELL (Chair), Anna D. Wolf Chair and Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. CLARE ANDERSON, Deputy Commissioner, Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Department of Health and Human Services GARY BARKER, International . Domestic violence prevention constitutes the various means by which societies, governments and individuals attempt to forestall violence in the home. Domestic violence is a global problem that affects every sector of society, regardless of financial health, social .
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Preventing Partner Violence presents a comprehensive overview of the most up-to-date research on IPV. Leading experts in the field cover a large range of topics, including theory, risk factors, health effects, surveillance, prevention, and : Dr.
Lutzker is the author of five other books, including Reducing Child Maltreatment: A Guidebook for Parent Services (with Kathryn Bigelow), and is editor of Handbook of Child Abuse Research and Treatment and Preventing Violence: Research and Evidence-Based Intervention Strategies ().
He is a recent recipient of the James M. Gaudin Outstanding Research Award from the Georgia Author: Daniel J Whitaker. This book brings together an international collection of researchers and practitioners from a range of fields—including sociology, social work, psychology, law, public health and medicine, and victims services and advocacy—to examine promising, innovative strategies and programs for preventing intimate partner violence (IPV).Format: Paperback.
It is now widely accepted that preventing intimate partner violence is possible and can be achieved through a greater understanding of the problem; its risk and protective factors; and effective evidence-informed primary, secondary, and tertiary : Paperback. Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence documents the effectiveness of prevention interventions, encouraging prevention specialists to use evidence-based interventions to enhance the effectiveness of their own work.
This powerful book is an invaluable professional resource for social workers, family life educators, researchers, and : Paperback.
Preventing Partner Violence: Research and Evidence-Based Intervention Strategies. In the past 30 years, the study of intimate partner violence (IPV) has advanced considerably. Previously, IPV was conceptualized narrowly as male physical violence against women due to a need for dominance.
Preventing Violence: Research and Evidence-Based Intervention Strategies is the only book available that offers current data-based analyses from leaders in violence prevention with a strong scientific perspective.
Contributors examine a range of violence that occurs in our culture, including child maltreatment, youth violence, intimate partner violence, and : 8 rows Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a serious problem that has lasting and. Sexual violence is forcing or attempting to force a partner to take part in a sex act, sexual touching, or a non-physical sexual event (e.g., sexting) when the partner does not or cannot consent.
Stalking is a pattern of repeated, unwanted attention and contact by a partner that causes fear or concern. The term intimate partner violence describes physical, sexual, or psychological harm by a current or former partner or spouse.
This type of violence can occur among heterosexual or same-sex couples and does not require sexual intimacy. Most models of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and training programs for practitioners who work with individuals who engage in IPV fail to take into consideration the impact of trauma on relationship by: The book Preventing Intimate Partner Violence: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Edited by Claire Renzetti, Diane Follingstad, and Ann Coker is published by Bristol University Press.
Preventing Intimate Partner Violence: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Renzetti, Follingstad, Coker. Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence documents the effectiveness of prevention interventions, encouraging prevention specialists to use evidence-based interventions to enhance the effectiveness of their own work.
This powerful book is an invaluable professional resource for social workers, family life educators, researchers, and by: 5. Be Safe: Prevent Intimate Partner Violence Apply for and manage the VA benefits and services you’ve earned as a Veteran, Servicemember, or family member—like health care, disability, education, and.
Violence is a significant problem in the United States. From infants to the elderly, it affects people in all stages of life. InCDC established the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) as the lead federal organization for violence prevention. CDC is.
Individuals who engage in intimate partner violence have high rates of previous exposure to trauma and, most notably, to childhood violence.
While decades of research support this finding, most models of intimate partner violence and training programs for practitioners who work with these individuals fail to take into consideration the impact of trauma on relationship : With more than 1 million cases reported each year, this pervasive social problem has devastating effects on victims, families, and communities.
Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence presents a comprehensive overview of the wide range of efforts and approaches that have been successful in preventing physical, emotional, and verbal : Sandra Stith. Movements to end sexual violence and intimate partner violence have established a long history of grassroots and institutional advocacy.
Rooted in feminist practice and philosophies, this work increased the capacity to recognize, respond to, address, and prevent violence against women. How can we prevent intimate partner violence (IPV). And how do we define and measure “success” in preventing it. This book brings together researchers and practitioners from a wide range of fields to examine innovative strategies and programs for preventing IPV.
Globally, between percent of women will experience physical and/or sexual abuse from an intimate partner at some point in their lifetime. Too often this preventable form of violence is repetitive in nature, occurring at multiple points across the lifespan.
The prevalence of intimate partner violence is on the higher end of this spectrum in East Africa, with in-country demographic and Author: Forum on Global Violence Prevention. Get this from a library. Preventing partner violence: research and evidence-based intervention strategies.
[Daniel J Whitaker; John R Lutzker;] -- This work overviews current research on the causes, forms, prevention, and treatment of intimate partner violence (IPV).
Emphasis is on understanding the development of IPV perpetration by itself and. Preventing Intimate Partner Violence in Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania: Summary of a Joint Workshop by the Institute of Medicine, the National Research Council, and the Uganda National Academy of Sciences.
Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / ×. Addressing IPV in refugee and immigrant communities is complicated by a number of factors. The domestic violence prevention community in the US is largely organised around separating perpetrators and victims.
The assumption is that violence occurs in a cycle and that separating the perpetrator and victim is the best and most long-lasting solution. Understanding Intimate Partner Violence Prevention as Social Change Work “Primary prevention is changing the social norms that allow and condone violence.
Preventing violence means changing our society and its institutions—targeting attitudes, beliefs, behaviors, environments and policies to eliminate those that contribute to violence and. The impact of intimate partner violence is multi-dimensional and occurs across all aspects of the lifespan.
Knowing the incidence of occurrence, the signs, risk factors, and prevention measures can help a person to effectively end the cycle and break the silence. This workshop brought together a variety of stakeholders and community workers from Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania to engage in a meaningful, multidirectional dialogue regarding intimate partner violence in the region.
Preventing Intimate Partner Violence in Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania summarizes the presentations and discussion of the workshop. Preventing intimate partner and sexual violence against women: taking action and generating evidence is an important tool for violence prevention researchers, practitioners and advocates.
This manual outlines the nature, magnitude, risks and consequences of intimate partner and sexual violence. This page includes the following topics and synonyms: Intimate Partner Violence, Partner Violence, Partner Abuse, Spousal Abuse, Domestic Violence, Domestic Abuse, Interpersonal Violence, Battered Woman, Battered Women.
Preventing intimate partner and sexual violence against women: taking action and generating evidence / World Health Organization and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
abuse – prevention and control. ce – prevention and control. partners. assessment. ed women. offenses – prevention. Preventing Intimate Partner Violence in Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania: Summary of a Joint Workshop by the Institute of Medicine, the National Research Council, and the Author: Forum on Global Violence Prevention.
Recommendations for preventing intimate partner violence between young adults / K. Daniel O'Leary, Erica M. Woodin, Patti A.T. Fritz --The who, what, when, where, and how of partner violence prevention research / Sherry L. Hamby --Changing the ways communities support families to prevent intimate partner violence --Preventing intimate partner.
The evidence base for effective prevention of intimate partner violence is growing and evolving, and new strategies are being implemented and evaluated (14). CDC's Dating Matters § project is testing strategies that build on what is known about the prevention of teen dating violence.
Preventing Intimate Partner Violence is a Priority IPV is a serious preventable public health problem that affects millions of Americans and occurs across the lifespan. It can start as soon as people start dating or having intimate relationships, often in adolescence.
Speakers estimated the prevalence of child maltreatment and intimate partner violence using statistics from research in the United States, as much of the most recent data on the intersection of child maltreatment and intimate partner violence has come from the United States.
A recent study using a nationally representative sample of children up to age 17 found that children who had witnessed Author: Forum on Global Violence Prevention. Globally, between 15–71 percent of women will experience physical and/or sexual abuse from an intimate partner at some point in their lifetime (WHO, ).
Too often this preventable form of violence is repetitive in nature, occurring at multiple points across the lifespan. In East Africa, the prevalence of intimate partner violence (IPV) is on the higher end of this spectrum, with in.
"Preventing Partner Violence" presents a comprehensive overview of the most up-to-date research on IPV. Leading experts in the field cover a large range of topics, including theory, risk factors, health effects, surveillance, prevention, and editors emphasize understanding the development of IPV perpetration by itself and in.
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Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and Abusive Relationships: A Guide to Prevention and Intervention. Intimate partner violence (IPV) is an extensive, serious issue, both in the United States and around the world.
Also referred to as “domestic violence,” or abusive relationships, this problem affects millions of people each year. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Preventing intimate partner violence: an introduction / Claire M.
Renzetti, Diane R. Follingstad, and Ann L. Coker --Intimate partner violence prevention among underserved and understudied groups: the roles of culture and context / Carlos A. Cuevas. of intimate partner violence, SASA.
advocates have helped to change harmful attitudes and behaviors that perpetuate violence and prevent it from happening in the first place Primary interventions aim to address root causes and target communities rather than working at the individual level.
Secondary prevention programsFile Size: 9MB. PreventConnect is a platform for sexual and intimate partner violence practitioners to connect virtually, and virtual connection is crucial now more than ever. Join PreventConnect and state-level DELTA Impact and RPE technical assistance providers to be in community and converse about how we can continue our work to prevent violence during.Intimate partner violence includes physical assault, rape, and/or stalking by an intimate partner.
Intimate partner violence occurs among people of all ages, races, genders, and socioeconomic groups. According to the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS): million women are assaulted,women are raped, and.partner violence also builds a strong and necessary foundation for preventing other forms of abuse.
The review focuses on efforts to prevent partner violence, rather than evaluating services that are available for victims. In focusing on prevention rather than mitigation or response, the reviewFile Size: 2MB.