Tackling Domestic Violence: Theories, Policies And Practice: Theories, Policies and Practice
This accessible text takes a multi-disciplinary approach to exploring issues surrounding domestic violence. It draws on contemporary research findings, policy developments, innovative practice and case studies to explore new directions in professional and voluntary sector responses to domestic violence.
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1 The nature and extent of domestic violence
2 Impacts coping and surviving domestic violence
3 Legal responses to domestic violence
4 Policing prosecution and the courts
5 Preventing domestic violence
6 Community responses to domestic violence
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Tackling Domestic Violence: Theories, Policies and Practice
Lynne Harne,Jill Radford
No preview available - 2008
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