A RESPONSE TO DANIS & LOCKHART: WHAT GUIDES SOCIAL WORK KNOWLEDGE ABOUT VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN?

@article{Colarossi2005ART,
  title={A RESPONSE TO DANIS \& LOCKHART: WHAT GUIDES SOCIAL WORK KNOWLEDGE ABOUT VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN?},
  author={L. Colarossi},
  journal={Journal of Social Work Education},
  year={2005},
  volume={41},
  pages={147 - 159}
}
  • L. Colarossi
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Social Work Education
This article responds to Fran Danis and Lettie Lockhart's editorial in the Summer 2003 Journal of Social Work Education (Vol. 29, No. 2), which questions the disconnect between the battered women's movement and the social work profession regarding knowledge and practices related to domestic violence. The author examines how two factors might influence responses to violence against women: the use of language in the social work discourse and the reluctance to use research to guide social work… Expand
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