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Have male offenders changed? Men's perspectives and experiences at the end of the program

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posted on 15.08.2018, 00:00 by A Day, P O'Leary, G Foster, L Bahnisch, Adam GeraceAdam Gerace
Surveys suggest that around one third of all adult women will at some point in their life experience abuse perpetrated by an intimate male partner. In recent years a number of 'integrated responses' to domestic violence have been developed which are coordinated, appropriate, consistent responses aimed at enhancing victim safety, reducing secondary victimisation and holding abusers accountable for their violence. An increasingly important part of integrated responses is the delivery of interventions for male perpetrators of violence. In this book contributions come from those working with victims of domestic violence, from within the criminal justice system and integrated response programs. They describe and discuss the provision of programs and services that are designed to reduce the risk of domestic violence amongst known perpetrators. Outcome data, theoretical and clinical issues relevant to program delivery are discussed in detail. Domestic Violence – Working With Men provides a timely resource in the development of programs and services to reduce the risk of known perpetrators committing further acts of violence towards women.

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Editor

Day A; O'Leary P; Chung D; Justo D

Start Page

183

End Page

201

Number of Pages

19

ISBN-13

9781862877283

Publisher

The Federation Press

Place of Publication

Sydney, NSW

Open Access

No

External Author Affiliations

Flinders University; University of South Australalia;

Era Eligible

Yes

Number of Chapters

17

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