Out of The Darkness: Contemporary Perspectives on Family Violence
Référence bibliographique 
Kaufman Kantor, Glenda et Jasinski, Jana. 1997. Out of The Darkness: Contemporary Perspectives on Family Violence. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
Intentions : «The chapters of [this book] address controversial issues, include international studies, and make important contributions to theory, methodology, assessment, interventions, and ethical approaches related to child abuse and wife abuse.» (p. vii)
2. Résumé This book is «[b]ased on presentations made at the 4th International Family Violence Research Conference. Featuring cutting-edge information from the international arena, [it] [...] pulls together into one seminal volume the work of emerging scholars and key figures in the field. [T]his book provides a comprehensive and interdisciplinary package of the newest generation of investigation and theory. [...] From this volume several noteworthy findings emerge, including the wide variations in the forms, types, and consequences of abuse; the need for support and change in both victim and batterer behaviors; the overdure move toward expertise and sensitivity when dealing with affected populations; and much more.» (quatrième de couverture)
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