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Shamita Das Dasgupta Content Topic Results

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Re-Examining Battering: Are All Acts of Violence Against Intimate Partners the Same?

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"Over time, the term 'battering' has come to be used more or less synonymously with physical violence by an individual against an intimate partner, which has obscured the complexity of its original meaning - a pattern of coercive control, intimidation, and oppression that women experience at the hands of male lovers and spouses.
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  • NRCDV Publications
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February 2001

Towards an Understanding of Women's Use of Non-Lethal Violence in Intimate Heterosexual Relationships

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The paper examines the complex issue of women's use of non-lethal violence against their male partners including a review of existing research, an examination of the motivations and context, and a critical analysis to inform policy and practice.
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Assessing Social Risks of Battered Women

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Whether visible to outside observers or not, social risks are real and significant to the individual battered woman.
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Creating Sustainable Safety for Battered Women

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Whether we are assessing risks, advocating for an individual, making policies, or evaluating programs, thinking critically and broadly about women’s safety undoubtedly enhances the effectiveness of our work on behalf of battered women.