2 edition of Understanding sexual violence found in the catalog.
Understanding sexual violence
|Series||Perspectives on gender -- vol.3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 205p. ;|
|Number of Pages||205|
Understanding and addressing violence against women Violence against women is a major public health problem and a violation of human rights For women in many parts of the world, violence is a leading cause of injury and disability, as well as a risk factor for other physical, mental, sexual and reproductive health problems (1–3). Over the last two years, survivors of sexual violence and harassment are coming forward and speak out about their experiences. Stories are being told about how sexual violence can happen to anyone – regardless of gender, age, and race. Survivors must be given all the resources and support they need to help them cope with the experience and the trauma that comes with it.
Understanding Violent Crime provides a concise yet thorough and extensive account of the main explanations of violent behaviour. It draws upon sociological and psychological perspectives on violence as part of a coherent approach to the study of a . Book Reviews: DIANA SCULLY, Understanding Sexual Violence: A Study of Convicted Rapists. London: Harper Collins, , £22 Author: Didi Herman.
Based on nearly hours of face-to-face interviews with over convicted rapists, this book deals directly with men who have committed rape and what they have to say about what they have done. Understanding sexual violence begins with an inside look at Scully's experiences in conducting the research for this study. The first comprehensive professional book of its kind, this combination text and atlas features the most up-to-date information on the evaluation of adult and adolescent sexual assault victims. Read more. Sexual exploitation: Rape, sexaul assault and workplace harassment. Diana E. H. Russell Sage Publications For Students, Workers.
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Understanding Sexual Violence examines the structural supports for rape in sexually violent cultures and dispels a number of myths about sexual violence--for example, that childhood abuse, alcohol, and drugs are direct causes of by: Based on nearly hours of interviews with over convicted rapists, this book deals directly with the men who have committed rape, and what they have to say about it.
Understanding sexual violence: a study of convicted rapists Diana Scully Snippet view - Sexual violence is a serious social problem and a growing concern worldwide. Research has been devoted to understanding the etiology of sexual violence.
This chapter first reviews the outcome nature of sexual homicide, with particular emphasis given to the Understanding sexual violence book between homicidal and nonhomicidal sexual offenders.
understanding sexual violence Sexual violence happens in every community. How you understand and talk about it matters. Become an agent for change by using your voice to shift how others think about and react to this critical issue.
What is sexual violence. • Sexual violence is any type of unwanted sexual contact – including sexual assault. Here's an alarming statistic: one in three women and one in six men in the U.S.
have experienced sexual violence in their lives, according to the Centers for Disease Control and 's why #MeToo and the conversations the movement has sparked about assault, harassment, and consent are crucial. These nine books amplify the voices of the : Michelle Darrisaw.
Ackerman and Levenson's book revolutionizes our understanding of sexual trauma and potential paths toward healing. Written from the perspective of scholars and survivors, the book proposes a paradigm shift for responding to sexual abuse, from an offender-centered punishment perspective to a survivor-centered restorative justice approach.
Description Understanding Sexual Violence examines the structural supports for rape in sexually violent cultures and dispels a number of myths about sexual violence--for example, that childhood abuse, alcohol, and drugs are direct causes of rape.
sexual health problems. Sexual violence is also linked to negative health behaviors. For example, victims are more likely to smoke, abuse alcohol, use drugs, and engage in risky sexual activity.
The trauma resulting from sexual violence can have an impact on a survivor’sFile Size: KB. This thoroughly revised and expanded second edition of Understanding Violence will be welcomed by all those concerned with violent offenders and their victims, and by their students and trainees.
New chapters discuss: biological and psychological factors in violence; developmental and social learning factors in violence; and youth violence. In an anthology of stories about sexual assault, the victims and perpetrators span the scope of humankind, through class and race, through poverty and privilege.
The collection is deeply personal and a hard read, but Gay’s editorial oversight means that the tales line up perfectly with the : Aisling Twomey. UNdeRsTaNdiNG THe NaTURe aNd dyNaMiCs OF dOMesTiC viOLeNCe Missouri Coalition against domestic and sexual violence 4 w Refuses to help when she’s sick, injured or pregnant, or with-holds medication or treatment.
w Withholds food as punishment. w Abuses her at mealtime, which disrupts eating patterns andFile Size: 1MB. Title: Understanding Sexual Violence: Prosecuting Rape and Sexual Assault Cases Media: 4-Day Curriculum available in web-based format as a HTML and MS Word document Author: National Judicial Education Program and American Prosecutors Research Institute Year: Language: English.
Survivors of Sexual Abuse & Incest Books in Association with For Survivors of Sexual Abuse. Beginning to Heal: A First Book for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse by Ellen Bass, Laura Davis.
If you feel you are not ready for the intensity and scope of other sexual recovery books here, read this first. In this article, I seek to understand why male sexual violence happens. I look specifically at the temporalities, and inevitably the spatialities, of a rape incident in the novel This Book Betrays my Brother by Kagiso Lesego Molope.
In other words, I seek to answer the question: how does the timing of the rape enhance our understanding of why the rape happens and how the Author: Naomi Nkealah. Book Description Understanding the Sexual Betrayal of Boys and Men: The Trauma of Sexual Abuse is an indispensable go-to book for understanding male sexual victimization.
It has become increasingly clear since the s that men and boys, like women and girls, are sexually abused and assaulted in alarming numbers. Understanding Sexual Violence: A Study of Convicted Rapists (Perspectives on Gender). The book must meet book publishing industry standards for formatting, structure and presentation.
The writing must exhibit expert understanding of domestic violence or related topics. The author is ideally widely recognized for their expertise on the topic presented.
The book must have an ISBN The book must be available through d:. A major thesis of this book is that rape is an acquired behavior, an act of normal deviance, found in societies or cultural groups whose social, economic, and political structures support sexual violence through the subordination and devaluation of women.Understanding Violence Against Women presents a comprehensive overview of current knowledge and identifies four areas with the greatest potential return from a research investment by increasing the understanding of and responding to domestic violence and rape."Understanding Sexual Abuse is a short, but realistic book.
Realistic not only about the pain of sexual abuse, but about the hope for healing. Given how widespread the problem of sexual abuse is, pastors and other church leaders will benefit from reading it and knowing how to serve the victims in their congregations.".