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Responding to Domestic Violence : The Integration of Criminal Justice and Human Services (Paperback)

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Responding to Domestic Violence is intended for undergraduate and graduate students majoring in criminal justice, criminology, sociology or social work. Authors Eve S. Buzawa, Carl G. Buzawa, and Evan D. Stark address all aspects of domestic violence, including historical context, criminal justice response, public and non-profit services for victims, health care interventions and more.The authors cover the victim’s and the offender's perspective and discusses the needs, preferences and satisfaction for intervention, as well as the impact of interventions. The diversity in victims is examined, suggesting that this not only impacts their needs, preferences, and attitudes, but also differentially impacts service needs and impact of interventions.

Responding to Domestic Violence provides a strong focus on the criminal justice system’s responses to domestic violence and a comprehensive overview of public and non-profit social service and healthcare services and interventions. This text includes student-friendly material: end-of-chapter summaries and review questions, "Best Practices" sidebars, victim and offender case studies, and interviews with figures in the field.

Responding to Domestic Violence is intended for undergraduate and graduate students majoring in criminal justice, criminology, sociology or social work. Authors Eve S. Buzawa, Carl G. Buzawa, and Evan D. Stark address all aspects of domestic violence, including historical context, criminal justice response, public and non-profit services for victims, health care interventions and more.

The authors cover the victim?s and the offender's perspective and discusses the needs, preferences and satisfaction for intervention, as well as the impact of interventions. The diversity in victims is examined, suggesting that this not only impacts their needs, preferences, and attitudes, but also differentially impacts service needs and impact of interventions.


Responding to Domestic Violence
provides a strong focus on the criminal justice system?s responses to domestic violence and a comprehensive overview of public and non-profit social service and healthcare services and interventions. This text includes student-friendly material: end-of-chapter summaries and review questions, "Best Practices" sidebars, victim and offender case studies, and interviews with figures in the field.
Number of Pages: 453
Genre: Social Science
Sub-Genre: Criminology
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Sage Pubns
Author: Eve S. Buzawa
Language: English
Street Date: November 5, 2015
TCIN: 24002554
UPC: 9781483365305
Item Number (DPCI): 247-50-8858
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