Domestic and family violence : a critical introduction to knowledge and practice / Silke Meyer and Andrew Frost. (Text)Call no.: HV6626 .M49 2019Publication: London : Routledge, 2019Description: viii, 181 pISBN: 9781138552739 (pbk.); 1138552739 (pbk.)Subject(s): Family violenceWomen -- Violence againstIntimate partner violenceViolence -- PreventionLOC classification: HV6626 | .M49 2019
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- The nature and prevalence of domestic and family violence -- Theoretical strands -- Enacting violence in private spaces: understanding perpetratorhood -- Resisting violence in private spaces: understanding victimhood -- The burden on children -- Not just a heterosexual, intimate relationship problem -- The vulnerability of the displaced and the dispossessed: matching services to migrant and indigenous populations -- Tackling domestic and family violence: primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention -- Responding to domestic and family violence: good practices -- Conclusion.
"Domestic and family violence (DFV) is an enduring social and public health issue of endemic proportions and global scale with multiple and lasting consequences for those directly affected. This book tackles current debates in the field and addresses the social norms and settings that perpetuate this type of violence, along with implications for service delivery. This book offers a thorough introduction into the nature and extent of DFV in contemporary social contexts, and serves as a foundation for informed practice. It provides a firm theoretical and empirical overview of core issues, and covers the challenges and support needs experienced by those affected, and the implications this raises for the range of relevant response services. This book also offers insight into the predominantly gendered nature of DFV and its influence beyond the traditional couple context, across age, gender, sexual orientation, cultural background and family relationships. Drawing on theoretical explanations, international research, and practice experience, the authors highlight examples of good practice and holistic responses, including primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention. Written in a clear and direct style, this book will appeal to students and scholars of criminology, sociology, and social work engaged in studies of domestic and family violence, violence against women, and intimate partner violence. It will be an invaluable resource for those designing, coordinating and conducting service responses" -- Provided by publisher.