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Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Kindshi Gosselin, Denise
I. DEFINING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CRIME, PREVALENCE, AND HISTORY. 1. Violence in the Family. 2. A Global View of Family Social and Legal Relations. II. THEORIES ON CAUSATION AND VICTIMIZATION. 3. Theories on Family Violence. 4. Survivors and the Consequences of Victimization. III. CRIME IDENTIFICATION. 5. Dynamics of Partner Violence. 6. Recognizing Child Abuse. 7. The Identification of Elder Abuse. IV. LEGAL AND ENFORCEMENT RESPONSES. 8. Legal Responses. 9. The Role of the Police. 10. Law Enforcement Response. 11. Associated Major Crimes: Stalking and Homicide. V. THE FUTURE. 12. Research on the Internet.Kindshi Gosselin, Denise is the author of 'Heavy Hands An Introduction to the Crimes of Family Violence', published 2004 under ISBN 9780131188853 and ISBN 0131188852.
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