Marital Separation and Lethal Domestic Violence 1st Edition by Desmond Ellis

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Marital Separation and Lethal Domestic Violence 1st Edition by Desmond Ellis

  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1455776750
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1455776757

This ebook is the primary to analyze the consequences of participation in separation or divorce proceedings on femicide (homicide of a feminine), femicide-suicide, murder, and suicide. As a result of separation is without doubt one of the most vital predictors of home violence, this ebook is completely dedicated to theorizing, researching, and stopping deadly home violence or different assaults triggered by marital separation. The authors present proof supporting the usage of an estrangement-specific threat evaluation and estrangement-focused public training to forestall murders and assaults.

This data is required not solely by instructors in legal justice and sociology packages, however by researchers theorizing about or investigating home violence. On the earth of practitioners, household court docket judges, divorce mediators, household legal professionals, prosecutors concerned in bail hearings, shelter workers, and household counselors urgently want this useful resource. Ellis contains dialogue questions and chapter goals to help learners within the classroom or in community-based settings, and teacher help materials will embrace PowerPoint lecture slides and lesson plans. This textual content advocates convincingly for prevention of home violence, and provides lecturers and practitioners the instruments they want.

  • Covers main authorized points in home violence, integrating concept and analysis
  • Makes use of gender, perpetrator/sufferer standing, and context (home/intimate vs. non-domestic) as standards to outline intimate accomplice murder, femicide, femicide-suicide, and suicide
  • Assesses the affect of participation in legal and civil (household) justice proceedings on deadly intimate accomplice violence
  • Evaluates broadly applied deadly and non-lethal home violence threat evaluation devices

Concerning the Writer

Desmond Ellis is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at York College and senior scholar primarily based within the LaMarsh Centre for Little one and Youth Analysis, a middle he created in 1981. Since 1993 he has printed books, journal articles, and analysis stories on the consequences of participation in adversarial and collaborative separation/divorce proceedings on sublethal and deadly home violence. After a stint as a daily soldier within the Royal Artillery in England, he acquired a BA in Sociology and a Diploma in Training (Dip.Ed) from Leicester College in England, an MA in Sociology from McMaster College in Canada, and a PhD from Washington College in St. Louis within the U.S. Ellis established the Certificates in Dispute Decision at York College-a main program for greater than 20 years. Presently he’s the principal investigator of a examine of family-honor-related violence in opposition to girls.

Noreen Stuckless is a contract school member at York College, Assistant Professor within the Division of Psychiatry, College of Toronto, and a member of the Affiliate Scientific Workers at Mt. Sinai Hospital. She teaches psychology of girls and gender-related programs at York College and the College of Toronto. She has coauthored publications involving gender function socialization, home violence, gender-related immigrant experiences, and the size growth of measures together with these on attitudes towards revenge, useful bowel issues, and the psychological results of diagnoses of genetic mutations. Her present analysis is on inter-partner violence and, particularly, how the victims are affected by the violence.

Carrie Smith is a doctoral candidate in Psychology at York College, specializing in Quantitative Strategies. She acquired her MA in Psychology at York, and BASc in Engineering on the College of Toronto. Her analysis pursuits embrace information visualization and creating strong strategies of statistical evaluation applicable for behavioral science information.

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