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  • NRCDV Publications
  • General Material
February 2012

Groupwork with Men Who Batter: What the Research Literature Indicates

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This Applied Research paper provides a brief overview of the history and current practice of groupwork with men who batter, and then focuses on key findings from the published research on batterer group programs.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • General Material
  • General Material
July 2011

Emerging Responses to Children Exposed to Domestic Violence

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This document reviews the new research, policies, and programs focused on children who have witnessed adult domestic violence. It argues that the diversity of children’s experiences requires equally diverse responses from those who serve them.
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  • General Material

Violence Against Women Classic Papers

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The series is divided into three parts: Sexual Violence Against Women Physical Violence Against Women Perpetrators of Violence Against Women
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  • General Material
January 2005

Adult Domestic Violence in Cases of International Parental Child Abduction

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The article concludes with recommendations for research, training, and legislation that may increase safe outcomes for battered mothers and their children.
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  • General Material

Primary Prevention and Adult Domestic Violence

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"This paper briefly examines the available research and practice literature on frameworks for understanding domestic violence, risk and protective factors for adult domestic violence, and the few efforts geared toward primary prevention in this domain. It mentions secondary and tertiary prevention efforts in this field but does not review them. It ends by pointing to program and policy directions for future primary prevention efforts."
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • General Material
April 1999

The Overlap Between Child Maltreatment and Woman Abuse

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An examination of the research on the overlap between child abuse and woman battering. The author explores the dynamics of overlapping violence and discusses the limitations of the research on this topic.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • General Material
April 1999

Problems Associated with Children's Witnessing of Domestic Violence

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Discusses children's problems associated with exposure and factors that influence the degree of those problems. The author offers a critique of the research methods used to study child witnessing and explores policy implications of the data on this issue.
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  • General Material

Intervention for Men Who Batter: A Review of Research

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"These three types of intervention with men who batter-men's groups, couples counseling, and community intervention projects-dominate in North America. Despite the growing use of both criminal justice and social service interventions, the evidence for their efficacy is not clearly established. This paper reviews the research on effectiveness of social service interventions for batterers. However, the effectiveness of these services must be viewed in the context of the other responses which may impact upon batterers abusive behavior.