Corpus ID: 3132765

Blaming the Victim : Domestic Violence and the Codependency Model

@inproceedings{Dear1999BlamingTV,
  title={Blaming the Victim : Domestic Violence and the Codependency Model},
  author={G. Dear},
  year={1999}
}
The early literature on women with alcoholic husbands outlined a predominantly negative view of these women. Such women were seen as neurotic, poor copers who were obsessed with controlling their husbands’ drinking. They were seen to have partnered alcoholic men in order to satisfy their own pathological needs (Kalashian 1959; Whalen 1953). It was further asserted that some women would sabotage the drinker’s attempts to abstain in order to continue meeting these needs (Futterman 1953). Edwards… Expand
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