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The Battering Syndrome Why Men Beat Women & the Professional"s Guide to Intervention by Michael Groetsch

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Published by CPI Publishing .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Wife abuse,
  • Psychology,
  • Family / Parenting / Childbirth,
  • Family & Relationships,
  • Family/Marriage,
  • United States,
  • Abuse - General,
  • Family Violence,
  • Abusive men,
  • Investigation

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages250
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8528851M
ISBN 100965173364
ISBN 109780965173360
OCLC/WorldCa37189119

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  Battered woman syndrome, or battered person syndrome, is a psychological condition that can develop when a person experiences abuse, usually at the hands of an intimate partner. The battered wife syndrome has been defined as a symptom complex occurring as a result of violence in which a woman has at any time received deliberate, severe, and repeated (more than three times) physical abuse from her husband, with the minimal injury of severe bruising (3).File Size: KB. There is a classic three-step pattern that defines Battered Woman Syndrome: Step #1 It commences with the batterer internally experiencing an increasing sense of stress and tension over somehow being wronged – disrespected, dismissed, denied, unappreciated, ignored, belittled, lied to, cheated on, taken advantage of, etc. – by their partner. Walker has authored numerous professional articles and 15 books, including The Battered Woman (), The Battered Woman Syndrome (/), Terrifying Love: Why Battered Women Kill and How Society Responds (), Abused Women and Survivor Therapy (), Introduction to Forensic Psychology (, coauthored with David Shapiro), Abortion 5/5(1).

In this book domestic abuse expert, Michael Groetsch presents a potentially life-saving Batterer's Continuum that enables readers to help victims assess the dangerousness of their batterers. After providing the victim insight into the severity of her situation, the book Price Range: $ - $   Working in the new postwar field of pediatric radiology, Silverman published an article in on "The Roentgen Manifestations of Unrecognized Skeletal Trauma in Infants," and in "The Battered-Child Syndrome" was chillingly illustrated with the X-ray images of children's multiple fractures: "The bones tell a story the child is too young or too frightened too tell."Author: Larry Wolff.   Abstract. This paper, The Battered-Child Syndrome, written by C. Henry Kempe and his colleagues, and published in July of in The Journal of the American Medical Association, brought professional and public attention to the issue of child abuse and neglect. It forms the basis of the commentaries included in succeeding chapters in this section of the by: "This is an excellent book, written by the foremost authority in the field. [It] is easy to read and does a nice job integrating theory and research." Score: 95, 4 stars --Doody's Walker's seminal, groundbreaking book The Battered Woman Syndrome (BWS) has forged new directions in the field of domestic violence for over 30 years.