Family Violence: A Canadian Introduction
Written by Ann Duffy and Julianne Momirov.
Published by James Lorimer & Company Ltd., 1997.
| In Family Violence: A
Canadian Introduction, the authors explore the many faces that violence can
take, from physical abuse to emotional deprivation. The victims, the theories,
and the factors that increase risk are all clearly presented. Solutions
crossing a number of fronts from personal intervention to institutional reforms
are also outlined. Suitable for students and anyone who want to understand the
nature and dimension of this disturbing subject phenomenon.
Family Violence is an unparalleled aid to understanding the nature and dimensions of this burgeoning social problem.
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