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Violence in Intimate Relationships
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Violence in Intimate Relationships

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July 1999 | 224 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book discusses causes and precursors of violence, explores the psychological characteristics of perpetrators of violence, and describes and evaluates potential responses to it.
 
PART ONE: NATURE OF VIOLENCE
Ximena B Arriaga and Stuart Oskamp
The Nature, Correlates and Consequences of Violence in Intimate Relationships
Murray A Straus
The Controversy over Domestic Violence by Women
A Methodological, Theoretical and Sociology of Science Analysis

 
Amy Holtzworth-Munroe et al
A Typology of Male Batterers
An Initial Examination

 
Donald G Dutton
Limitations of Social Learning Models in Explaining Intimate Aggression
 
PART TWO: CORRELATES OF VIOLENCE
Sally A Lloyd
The Interpersonal and Communication Dynamics of Wife Battering
Kenneth E Leonard
Alcohol Use and Husband Marital Aggression among Newlywed Couples
 
PART THREE: CONSEQUENCES OF VIOLENCE
Ileana Arias
Women's Responses to Physical and Psychological Abuse
Phyllis W Sharps and Jacquelyn Campbell
Health Consequences for Victims of Violence in Intimate Relationships
Thomas N Bradbury and Erika Lawrence
Physical Aggression and the Longitudinal Course of Newlywed Marriage

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