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Appears in Collections:Faculty of Social Sciences Research Reports
Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Violence Against Women: Effective Interventions and Practices with Perpetrators – A literature Review
Authors: Brooks, Oona
Burman, Michele
Lombard, Nancy
McIvor, Gill
Stevenson-Hastings, Leah
Kyle, Debbie
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Citation: Brooks O, Burman M, Lombard N, McIvor G, Stevenson-Hastings L & Kyle D (2014) Violence Against Women: Effective Interventions and Practices with Perpetrators – A literature Review. Scottish Government. SCCJR Report, 05/2014. SCCJR.
Issue Date: Jun-2014
Publisher: SCCJR
Series/Report no.: SCCJR Report, 05/2014
Abstract: First paragraph: This report presents a review of literature on effective interventions and practices to deal with perpetrators of violence against women. The key focus is with those interventions and practices which are aimed at reducing re-offending, rather than primary prevention and or public education work. The review was commissioned by the Scottish Government in order to inform development of Scotland's strategy for preventing the causes and consequences of violence against women.
Type: Research Report
Rights: The Authors assert their right under the Copyright, Design and Patents Act, 1988 to be identified as the author of this work. Permission is granted to reproduce any part or all of this report for personal and educational use only. Commercial copying, hiring or lending is prohibited. Copyright © Authors 2014
Affiliation: University of Glasgow
University of Glasgow
Glasgow Caledonian University
Applied Social Science
University of Glasgow
University of Glasgow

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