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Different notions among researchers about the nature of intimate partner violence have long been the subjects of popular and academic debate. Research findings are contradictory and point in twoExpand
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Women, violence, and social change
1. Violence Against Women, 2. The Rise of the Movement: Orientations and Issues, 3. Refuges and Housing, 4. The State, Public Policy and Social Change, 5. Challenging the Justice System, 6. New LawsExpand
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Lethal and Nonlethal Violence Against an Intimate Female Partner
Men's lethal and nonlethal violence against an intimate female partner are compared. Various risk factors are examined to compare men's lethal and nonlethal violence against an intimate womanExpand
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What Were They Thinking? Men Who Murder an Intimate Partner
The focus is on cognitions of men who murder an intimate partner and includes thinking prior to and after the murder. Based on the Murder in Britain Study, the qualitativ e accounts of v ariousExpand
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Women Viewing Violence
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Violence Against Women in the Family
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When Men Murder Women
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Onset of Offending and Life Course Among Men Convicted of Murder
Although the developmental perspective has become a leading paradigm in criminology, little attention has been paid to the onset of offending and life course of murderers within this tradition. WeExpand
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A research evaluation of programmes for violent men', in
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