|Author:||Dudley Dean Cahn,Sally A Lloyd|
|Subcategory:||Politics & Government|
|Publisher:||SAGE Publications, Inc; 1 edition (April 16, 1996)|
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ISBN-13: 978-0803959835. Series: Men and Masculinity; 3.
Although an anecdotal association between communication and family violence was .
Although an anecdotal association between communication and family violence was noted early in the family violence literature, a communication approach to family violence has been underrepresented in the literature. This book is a welcome contribution to the literature because it demonstrates that the connection between communication and family violence is much more complex than a skills deficit of one or more members of a violent relationship. is a professor of communication at the State University of New York, College at New Paltz.
In book: Law Enforcement, Communication, and Community, Chapter: 6. Communication Issues in Policing Family .
Cite this publication. It presents data from a nationally representative sample of 2,143 American families that measured the extent of child abuse, wife abuse, husband abuse, and violence between siblings. The paper then reports differences in child abuse rates according to factors such as the age and sex of the child, family income, occupation, stress, unemployment, social isolation, and previous exposure or experience with violence.
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Family Violence from a Communication Perspective - Dudley D Cahn The Catalyst Hypothesis - Michael E Roloff Conditions under which Coercive Communication Leads to Physical Aggression Family.
Family Violence from a Communication Perspective - Dudley D Cahn The Catalyst Hypothesis - Michael E Roloff Conditions under which Coercive Communication Leads to Physical Aggression Famil. More). 4. View via Publisher. It Depends on What You Mean by Starting : An Exploration of How Women Define Initiation of Aggression and Their Motives for Behaving Aggressively.
by: Dudley D. Cahn; Sally A. Lloyd. Reflowable eTextbooks do not maintain the layout of a traditional bound book. Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc. Print ISBN: 9780803959835, 0803959834. Reflowable eTextbooks may also contain embedded audio, video, or interactive components in addition to Bookshelf's standard study tools. These books conform to EPUB3 industry standards.
Katherine R. Allen (P. Syracuse University) is Professor of Family Studies and adjunct professor of Women's Studies at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Family violence from a communication perspective . In D. D. Cahn & S. A. Lloyd (Ed., Family violence from a communication perspective (pp. 1–19). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, In. oogle Scholar. Castro, . Casique, . & Brindis, C. (2008). Engaging men as social justice allies in ending violence against women: Evidence for a social norms approach. Journal of American College Health, 52, 105–111. Greig, . Kimmel, . & Lang, J. (2000). Men, masculinities and development: Broadening our work towards gender equality. Gender in Development Monograph Series UNDP.
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Covering spouse, child, elderly parent and courtship abuse, the contributors explore both commonalities and differences in emotional, psychological, verbal and sexual abuse. They illustrate how these different types of abuse stem from problematic communication patterns integral to the power imbalance inherent in abusive relationships. The contributors also suggest ways of modifying these patterns.