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Batterer Intervention Systems: Issues, Outcomes, and Recommendations

  • Couverture cartonnée
  • 364 Nombre de pages
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Texte du rabatOne of the most burning debates in the domestic violence field is over the effectiveness of batterer programs and ho... Lire la suite
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One of the most burning debates in the domestic violence field is over the effectiveness of batterer programs and how to improve them. Batterer Intervention Systems responds to this debate with research from a multi-site evaluation of batterer programs-the most comprehensive and extensive evaluation to date. It critiques current experimental evaluations, exposes the complex issues of evaluation, and presents alternatives to assessing effectiveness. Most of all, the book shows that the `system' matters and can be improved through some straightforward adjustments.

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1. Introduction: The Emergence of Batterer Programs and Intervention Systems PART II. EVALUATION ISSUES 2. Evaluating if Batterer Programs Work 3. The Limitations of Previous Evaluations 4. Comparing Batterer Intervention Systems PART II. OUTCOMES AND IMPLICATIONS 5. The Diverse Characteristics of Program Participants 6. The De-Escalation of Reassault and Other Abuse 7. Evidence of a Program Effect 8. Difficulty in Identifying the Most Dangerous Men PART III. RESEARCH AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS 9. Conclusion: The System Matters Appendix: Research Staff

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Batterer Intervention Systems: Issues, Outcomes, and Recommendations
Sous-titre: Issues, Outcomes, and Recommendations
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9780761916628
ISBN: 978-0-7619-1662-8
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Sage Pubn
Genre: Psychologie et ésotérique
nombre de pages: 364
Poids: 358g
Taille: H229mm x B156mm x T14mm
Année: 2001