Women at Risk: Domestic Violence and Women′s Health

  title={Women at Risk: Domestic Violence and Women′s Health},
  author={E. Stark and A. Flitcraft},
PART ONE: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES Medicine and Patriarchal Violence Imagining Woman Battering Social Knowledge, Social Theory and Patriarchal Benevolence PART TWO: HEALTH CONSEQUENCES Women and Children at Risk A Feminist Perspective on Child Abuse Killing the Beast Within Woman Battering and Female Suicidality Preventing Gendered Homicide PART THREE: CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS Personal Power and Institutional Victimization Treating the Dual Trauma of Woman Battering Clinical Violence Intervention… Expand
Domestic violence and mental health
Domestic violence and rape.
  • J. Toohey
  • Medicine
  • The Medical clinics of North America
  • 2008
Trends in Domestic Violence Service and Leadership: Implications for an Integrated Shelter Model