When Violence Begins at Home

"Resource for victims of abuse and their caregivers, significantly updated with guidance on everything from indicators of an abusive relationship to domestic violence legislation, as well as information on date rape drugs, cyber-stalking, ...

When Violence Begins at Home

"Resource for victims of abuse and their caregivers, significantly updated with guidance on everything from indicators of an abusive relationship to domestic violence legislation, as well as information on date rape drugs, cyber-stalking, effectiveness of batterer intervention programs, and more"--Provided by publisher.

When Violence Begins at Home

34 When Violence Begins at Home Elementary School Age Children By elementary school , gender - related differences in children's reactions to family violence begin to emerge . These children look to their parents as role models .

When Violence Begins at Home

Addresses the needs of various audiences, including battered women, teenaged victims of dating violence, educators, community leaders, and the batterers themselves

Gender Violence and Justice

K. J. Wilson, When Violence Begins at Home: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding and Ending Domestic Abuse (Alameda, CA: Hunter, 1997). 99. E.g., Lee Bowker in Ending the Violence: A Guidebook Based on the Experiences of 1,000 ...

Gender  Violence  and Justice

Gender, Violence, and Justice is a volume of collected essays by an expert in the field of violence against women and pastoral theology. It represents over three decades of research, advocacy, and pastoral theological reflection on the subject of sexual and domestic violence. Topics include intimate partner violence, sexual abuse and trauma, and clergy sexual misconduct; controversial theological issues such as forgiveness; and, as well, positive frameworks for fostering well-being in families, church, and society. Framed by a foreword and an introduction that place this work in the context of new and contemporary challenges in theory and practice, these essays show an evolution of issues and frameworks for theology, care, and activism arising over time from the movement to end violence against women (both within and beyond religious communities)—while at the same time demonstrating an unchanging core commitment to gender justice.

Everyday Violence

... you know rubbing but I do remember the lying on the cold tile floor looking beneath all the stalls in an empty bathroom in our public school. (Cris, twenty-seven, Latina queer cis woman, emphasis added) When violence begins at home, ...

Everyday Violence

Everyday Violence is based on ten years of scholarly rage against catcalling and aggression directed at women and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) people of New York City. Simone Kolysh recasts public harassment as everyday violence and demands an immediate end to this pervasive social problem. Analyzing interviews with initiators and recipients of everyday violence through an intersectional lens, Kolysh argues that gender and sexuality, shaped by race, class, and space, are violent processes that are reproduced through these interactions in the public sphere. They examine short and long-term impacts and make inroads in urban sociology, queer and trans geographies, and feminist thought. Kolysh also draws a connection between public harassment, gentrification, and police brutality resisting criminalizing narratives in favor of restorative justice. Through this work, they hope for a future where women and LGBTQ people can live on their own terms, free from violence.

Free Yourself from an Abusive Relationship

K. J. Wilson, When Violence Begins at Home (Alameda, CA: Hunter House, 1997). Ibid. “Speaking Up: The Family Violence Prevention Fund's News and Tips for the Domestic Violence Community,” Family and Violence Prevention Vol.

Free Yourself from an Abusive Relationship

This book is a comprehensive guide to recognizing and dealing with domestic abuse and violence. It outlines the different types and stages of abuse, and provides information on how to change such relationships or escape from them.

Keeping Kids Safe

More Hunter House Resources for Counselors and Parents A Curriculum for Teaching Human Rights to Children Age 3-12 ... Ages 3-12 When Violence Begins at When VIOLENCE Home : A Comprehensive Guide to Begins at HOME Understanding and ...

Keeping Kids Safe

With 80 percent revised material, Keeping Kids Safe arms children with safety skills and helps adults teach kids prevention strategies. This trusted resource for teachers, parents, and counselors includes age-appropriate curricula and word-for-word scripts.

Fat and Mean

23Don Colburn, “When Violence Begins at Home,” The Washington Post, March 15 1994, Health Section, p. 7. 24Quoted in Colburn, “When Violence Begins at Home,” Health Section, p. 7. 25Here, much of the crucial work has been developed and ...

Fat and Mean

Since the early 1980s, economic experts have recommended "downsizing" as the best way for U.S. corporations to remain competitive. Reducing unnecessary staff would lower costs, increase profits, and transform these companies into lean, mean production machines. As many American businesses pursued this strategy—often in the wake of mergers and acquisitions that left them with an unwieldy layer of middle management—and raised their bottom line, it seemed the experts were right. Yet as David M. Gordon shows in this iconoclastic book, most of them have really only gone halfway. They are "mean," but far from lean. Tracing the overall employment patterns of the past decade, Gordon shows that most American companies actually employ more managers and supervisors than ever before. These ever-increasing functionaries control company payrolls and pay themselves generous salaries—at the expense of average workers. For despite a steadily growing economy the real wages of the American worker have been falling for the past 20 years. To explain this decline and the much-debated "wage gap" that resulted, pundits and professors invoke various causes ranging from the flow of production jobs overseas to the average worker's lack of the technological skills needed in today's "knowledge economy." But Gordon exposes the single greatest factor in this decline, a corporate strategy that penalizes line workers and hinders businesses from competing effectively in world markets: the simultaneous overstaffing of management hierarchies and the inadequate compensation of workers. Instead of sharing profits with their employees, thus encouraging them to work harder, management has more often opted to prod workers by instilling fear of layoffs. Gordon unerringly plots the shortsighted and disastrous course of U.S. corporations, and documents the tremendous social and personal costs to their employees. Yet in addition to telling the harsh truth about downsizing, he suggests policies to ensure fairer business practices. Wages can increase— indeed, they must—as the economy begins to perform more efficiency. U.S. corporations have become fat and mean. They need to become lean and decent—not just for the sake of their workers, but for the sake of their competitive advantage. This provocative and original book shows how they can.

Child Abuse and Neglect

181–192 ; Maitland , " Child - Abuse Cure Sought in Mothers . " 42. Galdston , “ Violence Begins at Home ... , p . 339 . 43. Stripp , unpublished diagnostic data from a study at the Extended Family Center , San Francisco , California .

Child Abuse and Neglect


Child Abuse and Neglect The community team an approach to case management and prevention

181–192 ; Maitland , " Child - Abuse Cure Sought in Mothers . " 42. Galdston , “ Violence Begins at Home ... , " p . 339 . 43. Stripp , unpublished diagnostic data from a study at the Extended Family Center , San Francisco , California ...

Child Abuse and Neglect  The community team  an approach to case management and prevention


Child Abuse and Neglect the Problem and Its Management

181–192 ; Maitland , “ Child - Abuse Cure Sought in Mothers . " 42. Galdston , " Violence Begins at Home ... , " p . 339 . 43. Stripp , unpublished diagnostic data from a study at the Extended Family Center , San Francisco , California ...

Child Abuse and Neglect   the Problem and Its Management


Ungolden Silence

However, there are children that see violence in their own homes and it is real. ... In the book, When Violence Begins at Home, K.J. Wilson gives us a list of behaviors that we need to be aware of when we are trying to identify children ...

Ungolden Silence

A few years ago, two teenage girls were kidnapped and their names were given on the national news. Luckily they were found alive. It was determined that they had been sexually assaulted, and their names were not given after that. What is wrong with this picture? We hear the name of every crime victim except the name of people that are sexually assaulted. We are protecting their privacy as if they have done something wrong. Rape is a crime just like murder, stealing, robbing a bank, carjacking and any and every other crime that we have to deal with as a society. Sometimes a rape victim is shown on television but her face is not shown because she is frightened that her rapist will come back to hurt her. This is understandable. However, when the rapist is in jail and the victim is on television her face is still hidden. Why? Another question is why are rape victims reluctant to come forward and report that someone has just raped them? Could the reason be that the rapist is the victim’s boss, teacher, colleague, boyfriend, a family member, a casual acquaintance, or maybe a stranger? Ungolden Silence is an exploration of how rape is treated in the United States. It is imperative to change the way that society looks and deals with this social taboo. Ungolden Silence is a novel that will leave the reader with many questions. It will also attempt to answer some of the questions that society asks but never seem to want to answer. We must look at the history of how men have been allowed to treat women. It is important not to just know the information, it is important to act on it. Ungolden Silence will explore the world of rape and expose the myths through articles that are based on facts. The main questions that needs to be answered in why one human being would rape another human being. These reasons are explored in the story. When any crime takes place, the families of the victims as well as the criminal are involved. Ungolden Silence will illustrate that the criminal is a real person, and rarely do they commit crimes just for the fun of it. It is important to know that rape is a part of violence. Through the characters of Ungolden Silence it is hoped that society will begin to find a way to eliminate the acceptance of violence, which includes the act of rape. It is imperative that society understands that rape does not stand on an island by itself. Rape is a room in the house of violence. When looking into the house of violence we cannot just go into the front door and head to the rape room. We must look at other rooms. One room we must look into is the room of abuse. When we enter the room we see that there are different kinds of abuse. They are sexual, physical, and mental. Again the main question is why a man or a woman will rape another person. While the answer is far too complex Ungolden Silence will attempt to give some possible explanation. The answers are not simple or exact. Each rape case is as unique as the persons involved -- both perpetrator and the victim. Ungolden Silence looks at this social taboo in a unique way. The Calloway Firm, where the owners and employees are African-Americans, sends two women to Washington D.C. to begin a campaign to create awareness about the disabled. Elaine Wilson, who is disabled, is in charge of the project. Beatrice James is her partner and goes with her. Their client, Mrs. Stevens is impressed with the professionalism that Beatrice and Elaine show as they share their ideas for the campaign to increase the awareness of the disabled. Mrs. Stevens is amazed to see that Elaine really is in charge of the project. The story changes when Mr. Thomas Paige, a very influential African-American in the city comes into the picture. Mrs. Stevens, though an extremely rich and influential American woman of European descent, is very excited to have Mr. Paige on the project. Beatrice is ex

Real Rape Real Pain

[6] K J Wilson, When Violence Begins at Home: A comprehensive guide to understanding and ending domestic violence, Hunter House Inc, California, 1997, p.166. [7] K J Wilson, 1997, p.70. [8] K J Wilson, 1997, p.48.

Real Rape  Real Pain

If you think you're alone in fearing the rapist in your home - abused even while you love the perpetrator - here's a book that will open your eyes to what numerous other women are going through, and teach you about rights, boundaries and healing from the trauma caused by partner rape. A challenge to silence and social myths about What ''real'' rape is, with the aim of preventing it from continuing.

Intimate Partner Sexual Violence

A Multidisciplinary Guide to Improving Services and Support for Survivors of Rape and Abuse Louise McOrmond Plummer, ... Wilson, K. (1997) When Violence Begins at Home: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding and Ending Domestic Abuse.

Intimate Partner Sexual Violence

Intimate Partner Sexual Violence (IPSV) is the most common type of sexual violence and a common component of domestic violence, yet most cases go unreported and service responses are often inadequate. This book brings together advice for all those professionals working with individuals who have experienced IPSV and puts forward recommendations to tackle this prevalent form of sexual violence. With contributions from leading experts on IPSV, Intimate Partner Sexual Violence is a comprehensive guide to the subject which bridges the gap between research and practice. Multidisciplinary and international in approach, the book covers key issues salient to all professionals - the impact of IPSV, reproductive coercion, the physical and psychological indicators, possible consequences of taking a case to court, and best practice service responses. One section also addresses the risks and needs of IPSV victims in different contexts, such as those in same-sex or teenage relationships, immigrant victims, and those living in rural areas or in prison. This is an authoritative resource for all professionals who work with IPSV victims including counselors, social workers, refuge workers, victim advocates, mental health professionals, pastoral workers, lawyers, police, and health practitioners.

Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence

When violence begins at home: A comprehensive guide to understanding and ending domestic violence. Alameda, CA: Hunter House Publishers. Chapter 11 Perpetrators and reproductive coercion Jennifer Y. Levy-Peck Overview.

Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence

Research shows that intimate partner sexual violence (IPSV) is the most common form of sexual assault. Professional focus is often on the victim, but more information is needed about the perpetrators in order to have a fuller understanding of this crime. The very nature of IPSV – sexual assault within a relationship – means that professionals who work with victims must understand the dynamics of perpetrators as well. This new book will distill the knowledge that exists about perpetrators of IPSV. It includes chapters by authors who have worked directly with IPSV perpetrators and covers important subjects such as addressing IPSV in batterer groups, police management strategies, the danger of IPSV to children, the different types of violence perpetrators use, and prevention approaches for young people. There is also still a widely held view that rapists are strangers in alleyways. This book is intended to educate professionals about who is a perpetrator, as well as to highlight the very real danger these perpetrators represent, including a heightened risk of lethality. The contributors look at the social context of IPSV and the implications for prevention and provide hands-on knowledge to practitioners in a number of fields. The book may also be used within the academic context in fields such as social work, sociology, counseling, psychology, medicine, nursing, criminal justice, and law.

Psychoanalytic Versions of the Human Condition

When violence begins at home: AMA conference addresses 'problem of shocking dimensions.'” Washington Post, March 15, p. 7. Dinnerstein, Dorothy. 1976. The mermaid and the minotaur: Sexual arrangements and human malaise.

Psychoanalytic Versions of the Human Condition

What is psychoanalysis? Whereas there was once a time when proponents of "mainstream psychoanalysis" could point to the preeminence of Freud's drive theory and the version of the human condition associated with it–man as seeking pleasure in an erotically tinged universe–contemporary psychoanalysis is a fractured and contentious discipline in which competing theories share little more than the basic concepts of unconscious mental processes, repression, and transference. Taking the complexities, ambiguities, and contradictions engendered by psychoanalysis over the past several decades as an encouraging point of departure rather than as evidence of the dissolution of the "psychoanalytic tradition," Psychoanalytic Versions of the Human Condition makes explicit how, within each major theory, a particular story about the nature of the world and what it means to be human decisively shapes how the clinician conceptualizes individual psychopathology and approaches treatment. A chorus of voices that both challenges and reaffirms the theory and practice of psychoanalysis, Psychoanalytic Versions of the Human Condition asks urgent questions–about the politics of psychoanalytic knowledge, and about how the profession is situated and operates in our contemporary culture. Whether Freudian, Jungian, Kleinian, Kohutian, Lacanian, or hybrid, the clinician will find this book a useful guide to understanding how each theory's "philosophy of life" infuses clinical work.

Counseling Victims of Violence

Ending Abuse: A Family Guide. Fort Bragg, CA: QED Press, 2000. Toshio, Tatara. Understanding Elder Abuse in Minority Populations. Philadelphia, PA: Taylor & Francis, 1999. Wilson, K. I. When Violence Begins at Home: A Comprehensive ...

Counseling Victims of Violence

"This book is designed as a quick-reference resource for counselors, social workers, therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, R.N.s and medical staff, victim advocates and legal personnel, and all those engaged in supporting or helping victims of violence."--BOOK JACKET.

Violent No More

When Violence Begins at Home : A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding and Ending Domestic Abuse by K.J. Wilson ( Alameda , CA : Hunter House , 1997 ) . Women and Male Violence : The Visions and Struggles of the Battered Women's Movement ...

Violent No More

Drawing on 17 years' experience, the author guides readers through the process of recognizing abusive behaviors, taking responsibility for them, and learning to express anger without violence. The new edition includes updated resources, additional exercises, and guidelines for men of different cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

Domestic Violence by Police Officers

Old Tappan , NJ , Revell Publishing House . Wilson , K.J. ( 1997 ) When Violence Begins at Home . Alameda , CA. Hunter House Publishers . Zamora , J.H. ( November 1997 ) Study Finds Cops Twice as Likely to Abuse Family .

Domestic Violence by Police Officers