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NCFR Family Focus
Perspectives on intimate partner violence from around the world, including in the countries of Sweden, Mexico, Kenya, Turkey, China, and more.
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Families and Individuals in Societal Contexts
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OPRE
OPRE summarizes the research and theory on associations between healthy relationship program participation and experiences of intimate partner and dating violence.
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The Responding to Intimate Violence in Relationship Programs project works to identify and address intimate partner in the context of healthy relationship programs
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by Harriet L. MacMillan, M.D., Professor, McMaster University and McMaster Children's Hospital/Hamilton Health Sciences, C. Nadine Wathen, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario
We use the four-step public health approach to break down silos in the area of family violence.
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Internal Dynamics of Families
Interpersonal Relationships
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The summer 2015 issue of CFLE Network is about Intimate Partner Violence. Read the whole issue in PDF format here.
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by Wm. Michael Fleming, Ph.D., CFLE
Often one's professional career path is the result of a combination of life events. For me, it began with a knock on the door.
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by Allison Ganshirt, Brianna Auten, Sydney Cody, Candice Downey, Ashley Larmee, Alexandra Lipinski, Meghan Mumenthal, Justin Putman, Megan Rosenberger, Sarah Zarbaugh, Daphne Bland, Lauren Eagle, Sarah Verscheure, Lauren Yentz, and Toni Wolford
About a dozen students pooled their observations in the following student responses to Professor Gallagher's class dealing with the issue of Domestic Violence.
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by Wm. Michael Fleming, Ph.D., CFLE
The need for effective domestic violence prevention programs has been recognized. 
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by Vivian J. Carlson, Ph.D., Professor and Human Development and Family Studies Chair, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, University of Saint Joseph; Rev. Angelia D. Hemric, Missionary, Global Partners
In very resource-poor communities, intimate partner violence (IPV) is often accepted as inevitable because so many stressors and triggers interact.
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by Nancy Nason-Clark, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology, University of New Brunswick, Canada
Churches and their leaders can be part of the solution to domestic violence, not just part of the problem.
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Families and Individuals in Societal Contexts
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Religion and Families
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by Jonathan C. Davis, Ph.D., LMFT, CFLE, Associate Professor, Human Development and Family Life Education, Samford University
Most academics and students like to think of our campuses as safe places.
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by Murray A. Straus, Ph.D., Co-Director, Family Research Laboratory and Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of New Hampshire
A purpose of this article is to let NCFR members know that they are welcome to use the data for two multi-nation studies of partner violence (PV) that I organized.
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by Maria Wolmesjö, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Social Work, Linköping University, Sweden; David M. Finn, Ed.D., Professor, Director of Special Education, Samford University
It was not until as recent as 1982 when in Sweden it became possible to prosecute against domestic violence.
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by Deena P. Patrick, M.S., LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist, Department of Veteran Affairs; Tekhara D. Watson, M.A., MFT, Staff Therapist, Syracuse University
In discussing same-sex IPV there are some characteristics that differ from heterosexual couples.
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by Wafaa Khalifah, M.S. candidate, Human Development and Family Studies, University of Delaware
Currently, some situations exist where women's education is creating challenges without providing solutions.
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by Jane Rose Njue, Ph.D., CFLE, Associate Professor of Family and Child Studies, Northern Illinois University
In Kenya, several factors have been associated with domestic violence. These include a traditionally patriarchal family structure and gender disparities.
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by Yan Ruth Xia, Ph.D., CFLE, Associate Professor, Department Graduate Chair, and Sarah Taylor, doctoral student, Department of Child, Youth, and Family Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
The Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing (1995) drew broad attention from the public, researchers, and the government to gender equality.
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by Rosario Esteinou, Ph.D., Senior Professor and Researcher, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social
Family violence has been an important and ongoing issue in Mexican society.
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Jason B. Whiting, Ph. D., Associate Professor, and Lisa V. Merchant, M.S., doctoral candidate; Department of Community, Family, and Addiction Services, Marriage and Family Therapy, Texas Tech University
This article reviews some critical issues regarding intimate partner violence in the United States, its prevalence, and how professionals can help.
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by Sylvia M. Asay, Ph.D., CFLE, Univ of Nebraska-Kearney; John DeFrain, Ph.D., Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln; Marcee Metzger, Exec Director, Voices of Hope, Lincoln, Nebraska; Bob Moyer, MBA, Exec Director, Family Violence Council, Lancaster County, Nebraska
A focus on family strengths brings into a more reasonable balance our understanding of how families succeed in the face of inherent difficulties.
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by Mehmet Ali Balkanlğlu, Ph.D., Department of Sociology, Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey; Rudy Ray Seward, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Department of Sociology, University of North Texas
Contrasting to what national statistics suggest, domestic violence was very rare in these admittedly very select long-lasting marriages.
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In this issue of Family Focus, your colleagues review perspectives on intimate partner violence from around the world.
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by Karen A. Roberto, Ph.D., Director, Center for Gerontology, Virginia Tech
National surveys suggest that intimate partner violence affects nearly one third of women aged 50 and older each year.
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Family Law and Public Policy
Human Growth and Development Across the Lifespan
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From the 2012 NCFR conference. Panelists discuss Understanding Variation Within Situational Couple Violence; and more
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