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The Resource Domestic violence sourcebook : basic consumer health information about warning signs, risk factors, and health consequences of intimate partner violence, sexual violence and rape, stalking, human trafficking, child maltreatment, teen dating violence, and elder abuse : along with facts about victims and perpetrators, strategies for violence prevention, and emergency interventions, safety plans, and financial and legal tips for victims, a glossary of related terms, and directories of resources for additional information and support, edited by Joyce Brennfleck Shannon

Domestic violence sourcebook : basic consumer health information about warning signs, risk factors, and health consequences of intimate partner violence, sexual violence and rape, stalking, human trafficking, child maltreatment, teen dating violence, and elder abuse : along with facts about victims and perpetrators, strategies for violence prevention, and emergency interventions, safety plans, and financial and legal tips for victims, a glossary of related terms, and directories of resources for additional information and support, edited by Joyce Brennfleck Shannon

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Domestic violence sourcebook : basic consumer health information about warning signs, risk factors, and health consequences of intimate partner violence, sexual violence and rape, stalking, human trafficking, child maltreatment, teen dating violence, and elder abuse : along with facts about victims and perpetrators, strategies for violence prevention, and emergency interventions, safety plans, and financial and legal tips for victims, a glossary of related terms, and directories of resources for additional information and support
Title
Domestic violence sourcebook
Title remainder
basic consumer health information about warning signs, risk factors, and health consequences of intimate partner violence, sexual violence and rape, stalking, human trafficking, child maltreatment, teen dating violence, and elder abuse : along with facts about victims and perpetrators, strategies for violence prevention, and emergency interventions, safety plans, and financial and legal tips for victims, a glossary of related terms, and directories of resources for additional information and support
Statement of responsibility
edited by Joyce Brennfleck Shannon
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Provides basic consumer health information about the physical, mental, and social effects of violence against intimate partners, children, teens, parents, and the elderly, along with prevention and intervention strategies. Includes index, glossary of related terms and directory of resources"--Provided by publisher
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Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
362.82/92
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HV6626.2
LC item number
.D685 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Health reference series
Label
Domestic violence sourcebook : basic consumer health information about warning signs, risk factors, and health consequences of intimate partner violence, sexual violence and rape, stalking, human trafficking, child maltreatment, teen dating violence, and elder abuse : along with facts about victims and perpetrators, strategies for violence prevention, and emergency interventions, safety plans, and financial and legal tips for victims, a glossary of related terms, and directories of resources for additional information and support, edited by Joyce Brennfleck Shannon
Link
http://find.galegroup.com/openurl/openurl?url_ver=Z39.88-2004&url_ctx_fmt=info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:ctx&req_dat=info:sid/gale:ugnid:byuprovo&res_id=info:sid/gale:GVRL&ctx_enc=info:ofi:enc:UTF-8&rft_val_fmt=info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:book&rft_id=info:sid/gale:bmcode:recid/2UKK
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface -- Part 1: Domestic Violence Overview -- 1: Domestic violence warning signs -- 2: Many faces of domestic violence -- 3: Awareness and attitudes about domestic violence -- 4: Domestic violence statistics -- 4-1: Family violence statistics -- 4-2: National 24-hour census of domestic violence shelters and services -- 4-3: Violence-related stays in US hospitals -- 4-4: State court processing of domestic violence cases -- 5: Domestic violence affects long-term health -- 6: Impact of domestic violence on reproductive health and pregnancy -- 7: Prevalence of domestic violence in the wake of disasters -- 8: Domestic violence and financial hardship -- 8-1: Welfare recipients experience higher rates of domestic violence -- 8-2: Economics and neighborhood play a role in violence -- 8-3: Domestic violence contributes to homelessness -- 8-4: Homeless youth often exposed to abuse -- 9: Link between alcohol abuse and domestic violence -- 10: Religion and domestic violence -- 11: Animal cruelty and domestic violence -- Part 2: Intimate Partner Violence And Other Forms Of Domestic Violence -- 12: Understanding intimate partner violence -- 13: Intimate partner violence statistics -- 14: Intimate partner violence risk factors and consequences -- 14-1: Risk factors for intimate partner violence -- 14-2: Consequences of intimate partner violence -- 15: Intimate partner impacts family and the workplace -- 15-1: Intimate partner violence in the workplace -- 15-2: Family and employment consequences of intimate partner violence -- 16: Intimate partner violence and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender relationships -- 17: Partner violence precedes many homicides and child maltreatment -- 18: Sexual assault in abusive intimate partner relationships -- 19: Sexual violence -- 19-1: Facts about sexual violence -- 19-2: Men and sexual trauma -- 19-3: Sexual exploitation by helping professionals -- 20: Stalking -- 20-1: Are you being stalked? -- 20-2: Technology and stalking -- 20-3: Victims who have disabilities: uniquely vulnerable to stalkers -- 21: Trafficking in persons -- 21-1: Scope and nature of modern-day slavery -- 21-2: Health consequences of trafficking in persons -- Part 3: Victims And Perpetrators -- 22: Victims of domestic violence -- 23: Nature and scope of violence against women -- 24: Male victims of violence -- 25: Domestic violence among African Americans -- 26: barriers that prevent Asian and Pacific Islander women from seeking help when abused -- 27: Domestic violence in tribal communities -- 28: Rural victims of violence -- 29: Domestic violence and sexual assault in the military -- 30: Domestic violence perpetrators -- 30-1: Who is a perpetrator of domestic violence? -- 30-2: Perpetrators and parenting -- 31: How abusers stage their returns -- Part 4: Domestic Violence Affects Children And Adolescents -- 32: Complex trauma in children and adolescents -- 33: Child maltreatment and domestic violence -- 34: Numbers and trends in child maltreatment -- 35: Effects of childhood stress on health across the lifespan -- 36: Teen dating abuse -- 36-1: Dating violence defined -- 36-2: Dating violence among US high school students -- 36-3: Date rape -- 37: Juveniles as abusers -- 37-1: Juvenile perpetrators of domestic violence -- 37-2: Reported domestic assaults by juvenile offenders -- 37-3: Sibling violence is a predictor of dating violence -- Part 5: Elder Abuse -- 38: Facts about late-life domestic violence -- 39: Major types of elder abuse -- 40: Reports of abuse in older adults -- 41: Caregiver stress and elder abuse -- 42: Coordinating care for victims of late-life domestic violence -- Part 6: Domestic Violence Prevention -- 43: Choose respect: develop healthy relationships -- 44: Self-defense and safety awareness -- 45: Intervention programs for abusers -- 46: Working with men to prevent violence against women -- 46-1: What works in men's violence prevention? -- 46-2: Coaching boys into men -- 47: Prevent domestic violence: tips for parents -- 48: What schools can do to help prevent domestic violence -- 48-1: Effectiveness of programs for the prevention of violent and aggressive behavior -- 48-2: Classroom abuse prevention program for youth with disabilities -- 49: Workplace violence: how you can help prevent it -- 50: What faith communities can do to help prevent domestic violence -- 51: Recovering from childhood abuse helps prevent domestic violence -- 51-1: Recovering man's guide to coping with the effects of childhood abuse -- 51-2: Recovering woman's guide to coping with childhood abuse issues -- Part 7: Domestic Violence Survivor Assistance -- 52: What to do the first 24 hours after domestic violence -- 53: When you call the police -- 53-1: Police reports and actions -- 53-2: Reporting rape -- 54: Documenting domestic violence: how health care providers can help victims -- 55: Programs and tools that improve health care for domestic violence victims -- 56: Creating a safety plan -- 57: Protecting your identity after domestic violence -- 57-1: Steps to protect your identity -- 57-2: Applying for a new social security number -- 57-3: Address confidentiality programs: frequently asked questions -- 57-4: Internet safety -- 58: Temporary assistance for needy families (TANF) and the family violence option -- 59: Assistance for immigrant victims of domestic violence -- 59-1: Options and help for immigrant or refugee women -- 59-2: Legal protections for battered immigrants -- 60: Child custody and visitation decisions in domestic violence -- 60-1: Legal trends, risk factors, and safety concerns -- 60-2: Supervised visitation information for mothers who have experienced abuse -- 61: Mental health concerns for victims of violent crime -- 62: Spirituality in the lives of domestic violence survivors -- 63: Supporting the survivor of violent trauma -- Part 8: Additional Help And Information -- 64: Glossary of terms related to domestic violence -- 65: Legal resources for domestic violence victims -- 66: State domestic violence organizations -- 67: States that have address confidentiality programs -- 68: Hotlines for victim assistance -- 69: Resources for more information about domestic violence -- Index
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 665 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780780811010
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn719980248
Label
Domestic violence sourcebook : basic consumer health information about warning signs, risk factors, and health consequences of intimate partner violence, sexual violence and rape, stalking, human trafficking, child maltreatment, teen dating violence, and elder abuse : along with facts about victims and perpetrators, strategies for violence prevention, and emergency interventions, safety plans, and financial and legal tips for victims, a glossary of related terms, and directories of resources for additional information and support, edited by Joyce Brennfleck Shannon
Link
http://find.galegroup.com/openurl/openurl?url_ver=Z39.88-2004&url_ctx_fmt=info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:ctx&req_dat=info:sid/gale:ugnid:byuprovo&res_id=info:sid/gale:GVRL&ctx_enc=info:ofi:enc:UTF-8&rft_val_fmt=info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:book&rft_id=info:sid/gale:bmcode:recid/2UKK
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface -- Part 1: Domestic Violence Overview -- 1: Domestic violence warning signs -- 2: Many faces of domestic violence -- 3: Awareness and attitudes about domestic violence -- 4: Domestic violence statistics -- 4-1: Family violence statistics -- 4-2: National 24-hour census of domestic violence shelters and services -- 4-3: Violence-related stays in US hospitals -- 4-4: State court processing of domestic violence cases -- 5: Domestic violence affects long-term health -- 6: Impact of domestic violence on reproductive health and pregnancy -- 7: Prevalence of domestic violence in the wake of disasters -- 8: Domestic violence and financial hardship -- 8-1: Welfare recipients experience higher rates of domestic violence -- 8-2: Economics and neighborhood play a role in violence -- 8-3: Domestic violence contributes to homelessness -- 8-4: Homeless youth often exposed to abuse -- 9: Link between alcohol abuse and domestic violence -- 10: Religion and domestic violence -- 11: Animal cruelty and domestic violence -- Part 2: Intimate Partner Violence And Other Forms Of Domestic Violence -- 12: Understanding intimate partner violence -- 13: Intimate partner violence statistics -- 14: Intimate partner violence risk factors and consequences -- 14-1: Risk factors for intimate partner violence -- 14-2: Consequences of intimate partner violence -- 15: Intimate partner impacts family and the workplace -- 15-1: Intimate partner violence in the workplace -- 15-2: Family and employment consequences of intimate partner violence -- 16: Intimate partner violence and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender relationships -- 17: Partner violence precedes many homicides and child maltreatment -- 18: Sexual assault in abusive intimate partner relationships -- 19: Sexual violence -- 19-1: Facts about sexual violence -- 19-2: Men and sexual trauma -- 19-3: Sexual exploitation by helping professionals -- 20: Stalking -- 20-1: Are you being stalked? -- 20-2: Technology and stalking -- 20-3: Victims who have disabilities: uniquely vulnerable to stalkers -- 21: Trafficking in persons -- 21-1: Scope and nature of modern-day slavery -- 21-2: Health consequences of trafficking in persons -- Part 3: Victims And Perpetrators -- 22: Victims of domestic violence -- 23: Nature and scope of violence against women -- 24: Male victims of violence -- 25: Domestic violence among African Americans -- 26: barriers that prevent Asian and Pacific Islander women from seeking help when abused -- 27: Domestic violence in tribal communities -- 28: Rural victims of violence -- 29: Domestic violence and sexual assault in the military -- 30: Domestic violence perpetrators -- 30-1: Who is a perpetrator of domestic violence? -- 30-2: Perpetrators and parenting -- 31: How abusers stage their returns -- Part 4: Domestic Violence Affects Children And Adolescents -- 32: Complex trauma in children and adolescents -- 33: Child maltreatment and domestic violence -- 34: Numbers and trends in child maltreatment -- 35: Effects of childhood stress on health across the lifespan -- 36: Teen dating abuse -- 36-1: Dating violence defined -- 36-2: Dating violence among US high school students -- 36-3: Date rape -- 37: Juveniles as abusers -- 37-1: Juvenile perpetrators of domestic violence -- 37-2: Reported domestic assaults by juvenile offenders -- 37-3: Sibling violence is a predictor of dating violence -- Part 5: Elder Abuse -- 38: Facts about late-life domestic violence -- 39: Major types of elder abuse -- 40: Reports of abuse in older adults -- 41: Caregiver stress and elder abuse -- 42: Coordinating care for victims of late-life domestic violence -- Part 6: Domestic Violence Prevention -- 43: Choose respect: develop healthy relationships -- 44: Self-defense and safety awareness -- 45: Intervention programs for abusers -- 46: Working with men to prevent violence against women -- 46-1: What works in men's violence prevention? -- 46-2: Coaching boys into men -- 47: Prevent domestic violence: tips for parents -- 48: What schools can do to help prevent domestic violence -- 48-1: Effectiveness of programs for the prevention of violent and aggressive behavior -- 48-2: Classroom abuse prevention program for youth with disabilities -- 49: Workplace violence: how you can help prevent it -- 50: What faith communities can do to help prevent domestic violence -- 51: Recovering from childhood abuse helps prevent domestic violence -- 51-1: Recovering man's guide to coping with the effects of childhood abuse -- 51-2: Recovering woman's guide to coping with childhood abuse issues -- Part 7: Domestic Violence Survivor Assistance -- 52: What to do the first 24 hours after domestic violence -- 53: When you call the police -- 53-1: Police reports and actions -- 53-2: Reporting rape -- 54: Documenting domestic violence: how health care providers can help victims -- 55: Programs and tools that improve health care for domestic violence victims -- 56: Creating a safety plan -- 57: Protecting your identity after domestic violence -- 57-1: Steps to protect your identity -- 57-2: Applying for a new social security number -- 57-3: Address confidentiality programs: frequently asked questions -- 57-4: Internet safety -- 58: Temporary assistance for needy families (TANF) and the family violence option -- 59: Assistance for immigrant victims of domestic violence -- 59-1: Options and help for immigrant or refugee women -- 59-2: Legal protections for battered immigrants -- 60: Child custody and visitation decisions in domestic violence -- 60-1: Legal trends, risk factors, and safety concerns -- 60-2: Supervised visitation information for mothers who have experienced abuse -- 61: Mental health concerns for victims of violent crime -- 62: Spirituality in the lives of domestic violence survivors -- 63: Supporting the survivor of violent trauma -- Part 8: Additional Help And Information -- 64: Glossary of terms related to domestic violence -- 65: Legal resources for domestic violence victims -- 66: State domestic violence organizations -- 67: States that have address confidentiality programs -- 68: Hotlines for victim assistance -- 69: Resources for more information about domestic violence -- Index
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 665 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780780811010
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn719980248

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