More Responsibilities, Less Control: Understanding the Challenges and Difficulties Involved in Mothering in the Context of Domestic Violence
- War on women: A viewpoint on domestic violence. Lerner, Vivian // Off Our Backs;Apr97, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p14
Provides a psychological profile of an abused woman as victim of domestic violence. Statistics showing that 96% of victims of domestic violence as women; Analysis on the history of the patriarchal structure of society; Empowering of women.
- COMPARISONS OF MORAL REASONING LEVELS BETWEEN BATTERED AND NON-BATTERED WOMEN. Busch, Noel Bridget // Journal of Social Work Education;Winter2004, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p57
This paper investigates the level of moral reasoning of battered and non-battered women. The findings from a comparison group of battered and non-battered women on the Defining Issues Test are reported. The relationships between a dependent variable, level of moral development, and two...
- Study compares domestic violence in urban and rural women. Johnson, Marilou; Elliott, Barbara // American Family Physician;11/15/95, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p2082
Reports that women in a rural setting are more likely to be in a battering relationship than women in an urban setting. Success of domestic violence intervention program in the urban setting; Prevalence of domestic violence documented in the study.
- Special Series on Domestic Violence. // Off Our Backs;Oct2001, Vol. 31 Issue 9
Introduces a series of articles on domestic violence. History of the battered women's movement; Professionalization of battered women's shelters; Politics of domestic violence research.
- Working on domestic violence. // Occupational Hazards;Jan97, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p24
Discusses various aspects of women as victims of domestic violence in the United States. Interference of domestic violence with women's job; Participation of employed battered women to a pilot study; Harmful effect of domestic violence to employment; Programs to solve the problem of domestic...
- Reframing Our Approach to Domestic Violence: The Cyclic Batterer Syndrome. Nicolette, Jodean; Nuovo, Jim // American Family Physician;12/1/1999, Vol. 60 Issue 9, p2498
Editorial. Suggests steps to help perpetrators of domestic violence in the United States. Reasons for placing emphasis on identifying and treating victims; Information on the intervention techniques in domestic violence; Percentage of women who suffered domestic violence during their lifetime.
- Survey on abuse rallies Japanese women. Davey, Denise // Herizons;Spring95, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p31
Reports on the efforts of Japanese women's groups to eliminate domestic violence in the country. Domestic Violence Research Group's survey on domestic violence; Social conditions; Women's Counselling Centre's counselling on prostitutes.
- Wife battering: an exploration of the abuse of African women at two shelters in Johannesburg. Mashishi, Abner // Society in Transition;2000, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p82
Investigates the economic, educational and emotional status of battered wives staying at shelters NISSA Institute for Women Development and People Opposing Women Abuse in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nature of the relationship between battered women and men who abused them; Susceptibility of...
- The scope of domestic violence in ED patients. Abbott, J.; Johnson, R. // Patient Care;8/15/1995, Vol. 29 Issue 13, p205
Presents a survey about domestic violence committed to all women who sought medical care from three emergency departments and two walk-in clinics in Denver, Colorado during 30 simultaneous, four-hour time blocks in the spring of 1993. Sample population; Actual injury or threat; Volunteering the...