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Domestic violence typologies: What value to practice?

Boxall, Hayley; Rosevear, Lisa; Payne, Jason


Over the last few decades, understandings of the nature and causes of domestic violence have increased in sophistication. This has been influenced by, and led to, an influx of domestic violence typologies that have attempted to identify differences between groups of offenders and victims based on factors ranging from physiological reactions to specific stimuli through to historical experiences of violence and abuse. While this research has been of undeniable conceptual and theoretical value,...[Show more]

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Date published: 2015
Type: Journal article
Source: Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice


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