Domestic violence in context

Fitzpatrick, Mike
June 2006
British Journal of General Practice;Jun2006, Vol. 56 Issue 527, p469
Academic Journal
In this article, the author examines the concept of domestic violence in Great Britain. Domestic violence has been re-labelled as intimate partner violence. The author discusses an obsession with abuse as a pervasive feature of all intimate relationships. He cites two stories of child abuse by parents. Further, the author addresses the development of more civilized relations between the sexes and the generations.


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