Session 153: PP42 -> Domestic Violence Offenders
Time: 3:30PM to 4:50 PM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Sandburg 4
Session Chair: Richard J. Gelles, University of Pennsylvania
This panel focuses on domestic violence offenders. Twenty years after domestic violence was transformed from a private trouble to a social problem, the scholarly literature on domestic violence offenders is sparse as compared with the scholarly attention focused on victims. Research, policy, and practice tend to be guided by ideology and anecdote rather than empirical evidence. This panel focuses on emergent issues in the study of domestic violence offenders and will discuss the trends inr esearch as well as the implications for policy and practice.
Domestic Violence Offenders
by: Delbert S. Elliott, University of Colorado - Boulder (Corresponding)
David A. Ford, Indiana-Purdue University - Indianapolis
Edward W. Gondolf, Mid - Atlantic Addiction Training Inst.
Amy Holtzworth-Munroe, Indiana University

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