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Men Who Batter

An integrated approach for stopping wife abuse

by Clyde M. Narramore

  • 82 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Zondervan Pub. House in Grand Rapids .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Youth -- Conduct of life

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCo-author: Ruth E. Narramore. Art illus. by Sam Pollach.
    ContributionsNarramore, Ruth E., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBJ1661 .N28
    The Physical Object
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6241443M
    LC Control Number58000182

    The most-widely used curriculum for working with men who batter. THE CURRICULUM Facilitator’s Manual The page manual provides a theoretical framework for understanding battering, illustrates how to create and facilitate a Duluth Model men’s nonviolence program, describes how a Duluth Model men’s program relates to the justice system and to programs . Book Description. Men who Batter Women presents a unique psycho-analytic perspective on clinical studies of the roots of male violence towards women. Most published work concentrates on the experiences of the female victims of domestic violence. This book is unusual in that it focuses on the male perpetrators.

    Readers also are guided in evaluating change in the parenting of men who batter, assessing risk to children from unsupervised visitation, and supporting the emotional recovery of children. Although the book is written primarily for professionals, its accessible style makes it engaging and useful for abused mothers and anyone else wishing to. Possessiveness: Men who batter often have been observed to perceive their partners as owned objects.7 This possessive outlook can sometimes extend to their children, partly accounting for the dramatically elevated rates of physical abuse8 and sexual abuse9 of children perpetrated by batterers, and for the fact that these men seek custody of.

    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Education Groups for Men Who Batter: The Duluth Model by Ellen Pence and Michael Paymar (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! "Education Groups for Men Who Batter is a curriculum and a methodology which unequivocally identifies the exercise of violent and coercive tactics against women in intimate relationships as intentional, strategic behavior.[It] is an essential training tool for all actors in the justice and human services systems. Only when tactics of control.


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Men Who Batter by Clyde M. Narramore Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Men Who Batter, a relatively unique analysis of male battering and its consequences, alternates between rich and engaging first-hand narratives related to battering (e.g., from batterers in treatment programs) and the relevant scholarly literature. This book would be appropriate for a broad audience, including undergraduate students, researchers, and Cited by: 1.

Men Who Batter Nancy Nason-Clark, PhD and Barbara Fisher-Townsend, PhD Interpersonal Violence. This is a fieldwork driven book based upon personal interviews with 55 men connected to one batterer intervention group. Men Who Batter: An Integrated Approach for Stopping Wife Abuse (Human services library) by Edward W.

Gondolf (Author)Cited by:   Men Who Batter recounts the journey from the point of view Men Who Batter book the men themselves. The men's accounts of their lives are told within a broader framework of the agency where they have attended Men who act abusively have their own story to tell, a journey that often begins in childhood, ripens in their teenage years, and takes them down paths they were Ratings: 0.

Men who Batter Women presents a unique psycho-analytic perspective on clinical studies of the roots of male violence towards women. Most published work concentrates on the Men Who Batter book of the female victims of domestic violence. This book is unusual in that it focuses on the male by: "Writing with respect for battered women's struggles for safety and their courageous survival strategies, Neil Jacobson and John Gottman offer fresh insights about men who batter.

Their research jump-starts a new method of examining battering, and the book provides women with thoroughly accessible information to help them analyze their by:   Men Who Beat the Men Who Love Them breaks the silence surrounding gay male domestic violence and exposes this hidden yet prevalent and destructive problem.

The authors paint a vivid picture of gay men's domestic violence, bringing its brutality to life by including Domestic violence in gay male relationships is the third largest health problem /5.

Group Interventions for Men Who Batter: A Summary of Program Descriptions and Research Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Violence and Victims 23(2). Understanding Men Who Batter. Men who batter women come from all socioeconomic, racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. The abuser may be young or old, blue collar or white collar, highly paid or unemployed.

He may be a drinker or non- Size: 70KB. By Lundy Bancroft. Based on sections of Why Does He Do That?: Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men.

A considerable body of research has accumulated about predicting dangerousness in men who batter. The work of Jacquelyn Campbell and of Neil Websdale has been particularly important and insightful in this regard. The blurb for this book sounds cringey-it keeps repeating the idea of "men who batter" rather than just people who batter.

It The "Duluth Model", from what I've heard, is a feminist concept that basically believes that while men abuse women, it can never happen the other way around/5. The conclusion these abused men draw from what they are told is: “why bother.” And so, they remain stuck.

It’s hard enough rising above the glue that binds abusive relationships, and then to get the response these battered men receive is a disgrace. This book arms men with the information they need to avoid getting hooked into relationships with abusive or manipulative women.

It provides refreshing recognition, understanding, and direction for abused men who are struggling to deal with, or recover from, difficult relationships with an abusive wife or girlfriend/5(24).

Attention directed toward men who batter women has increased dramatically the past few years. The criminal and civil trials of popular athlete and actor O. Simpson for the murder and wrongful death of his ex-wife focused public attention not only on femicide, but also on a justice system that failed to stop domestic violence.

[The book] tells you what to do with abusive men and how to do it well. [The authors] challenge practitioners to do their work in a manner that is compassionate yet never colluding. Accountability and safety to battered women and creating a process of change for abusive men are central to.

Programs for men who batter: intervention and prevention strategies in a diverse society / edited by Etiony Aldarondo, Fernando Mederos. Format Book Published Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute, © Description 1 volume (various pagings): illustrations ; 26 cm Other contributors Aldarondo, Etiony.

Men Who Batter by Nancy Nason-Clark,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Men who Batter Women presents a unique psycho-analytic perspective on clinical studies of the roots of male violence towards women. Most published work concentrates on the experiences of.

Men who are violent to their partners present to practitioners in a wide range of service contexts. They can present at doctors’ surgeries, at mental health centers, at counseling services, at community services, at welfare agencies, in hospitals, and so forth.

But as Neil S. Jacobson, Ph.D., and John Gottman, Ph.D., explain, this is not the case. Drawing on the authors' own research, When Men Batter Women offers a significant breakthrough in our understanding of the men who become batterers and how to Released on: Janu.

When Men Batter Women: New Insights into Ending Abusive Relationships has a lot to offer. It starts off with a direct look at abusive relationships and the legal system that fails battered women, and towards the end become a self-help book for women who want out of /5."Men Who Batter, a relatively unique analysis of male battering and its consequences, alternates between rich and engaging first-hand narratives related to battering (e.g., from batterers in This book would be appropriate for a broad audience, including undergraduate students, researchers, and counselors, as well as those wishing to expand their understanding of domestic violence .Violent No More: Helping Men End Domestic Abuse is a highly acclaimed book that is filled with real stories of men who have harmed the ones they love and found the courage to change.

Author Michael Paymar with thirty-four years working in the field, doesn’t sidestep the unpleasant reality of domestic violence – included are sometimes shocking first-person accounts of men who have battered.