Domestic Violence: Intervention

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July 2009
This Applied Research paper adopts a holistic approach to understand battered women’s protective strategies, reviewing a wide range of strategies used by women to cope with numerous threats posed by battering, not just the threat of bodily harm.
Authors: Sherry Hamby With contributions from Andrea Bible
2000
This document critiques several lethality assessment tools and examines the link between these instruments and research on domestic homicide. Discusses the antecedents of lethal violence and utility of dangeousness assessment tools in promoting safety.
Authors: Neil Websdale With contributions from Bahney Dedolph