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Intervention for men who batter : an ecological approach

  title={Intervention for men who batter : an ecological approach},
  author={Jeffrey L. Edleson and Richard M. Tolman},
Introduction A Comprehensive Ecological Approach Ecological Assessment of Men Group Intervention for Men Who Batter Individual and Couple Treatment Social System Interventions Epilogue Toward a Violence-Free Ecology 

The Combined Effects of Criminal Justice Intervention on Domestic Violence: A Re-Analysis of the Minneapolis Intervention Project.

The Combined Effects of Criminal Justice Intervention on Domestic Violence: A ReAnalysis of the Minneapolis Intervention Project

Violence Against Women in the Workplace

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Engaging a Systems Approach to Evaluate Domestic Violence Intervention with Abusive Men: Reassessing the Role of Community

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Staking a Claim: Analysing interventionist discourses of men's family violence

This research analysed behaviour change groupwork intervention as a response to the behaviour of men who perpetrate violence and abuse within the family. It found incongruences between stated

Battered women’s help-seeking: a turning point from victimization to readiness.

University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation. May 2009. Major: Social Work. Advisor: Dr. Jeffrey L. Edleson. 1 computer file (PDF); ix, 191 pages, appendices A-F.

Domestic violence and group treatment for male batterers

This paper examines the violent behavior of male batterers toward their female partners. Three major theoretical perspectives addressing the etiology of the male batterer's abusive behavior are

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For two decades feminism has addressed the problem of male violence in inter-personal relationships by working with women. However, men continue to violently abuse women. This article argues that

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Law Enforcement Officers Involved in Domestic Violence as Batterers

Abstract This article offers an integrative model of treatment for law enforcement officers involved in mutual violence as batterers in domestic violence. The model draws on aspects of motivational