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Family Violence in the United States Defining, Understanding, and Combating Abuse

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ISBN-10: 1412989000

ISBN-13: 9781412989008

Edition: 2nd 2013

Authors: Leila B. Dutton, Kathleen Malley-Morrison, Denise A. Hines

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Rich in scholarly references and case materials, Family Violence in the United States: Defining, Understanding, and Combating Abuse, Second Edition by Denise A. Hines, Kathleen Malley-Morrison, and Leila B. Dutton is a thought-provoking book that encourages students to question assumptions, evaluate information, formulate hypotheses, and design solutions to problems of family violence in the United States.
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Book details

List price: $100.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/4/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 600
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.024

Kathleen Malley-Morrison , Ed.D., is a Professor of Psychology at Boston University. She has conducted considerable research on family violence since 1980 when she was a postdoctoral fellow on the family violence team at Children's Hospital in Boston. She regularly teaches undergraduate and graduate courses focusing on family violence. She is the lead author Treating Child Abuse: Family Violence in Hospitals , along with Eli Newberger, Richard Bourne, and Jane Snyder. She has also co-authored Studying Families (SAGE, 1991) with with Anne Copeland, and Family Violence in a Cultural Perspective (SAGE, 2004), with Denise Hines. Her current focus is primarily on cross-cultural and international…    

Denise A. Hines received her Ph.D. in the Human Development Program in the Psychology Department at Boston University. Her dissertation, a behavioral genetic study of aggression in intimate relationships, was supported by an individual National Research Service Award from the National Institute of Mental Health. Her primary research interests include genetic influences on aggressive behaviors in family relationships, female-perpetrated family aggression, and cultural influences on family violence. She has several publications on these topics, including a book from SAGE entitled Family Violence in a Cultural Perspective (2004), and she has made numerous conference presentations relating to…