Exploring intimate violence typologies for women and men : implications for research and practice Public Deposited

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  • Typologies of intimate violence are part of an emerging paradigm towards a multifaceted, multi-theoretical approach to understanding the causes and effects of intimate violence. For this new paradigm to be implemented into research and practice, there are several gaps in the knowledge base that must be addressed. In particular, there is a need: (a) to develop a more comprehensive typology of intimate violence that integrates characteristics of perpetrators with interactional characteristics of violence; (b) to evaluate the differential effects of this comprehensive typology for women and men; and (c) to develop of a clinical assessment approach that incorporates the most current knowledge on typologies of violence with the most current knowledge on assessment practices. Two studies were conducted to address these gaps. The first study is an empirical analysis testing Johnson's (1995; 2002) coercive control construct as an indicator of type and effects of intimate violence for women and men using secondary data analysis methods. The second manuscript is the development of a tiered intimate violence assessment approach that incorporates current knowledge on conjoint assessment with current knowledge on typologies of intimate violence. A conceptual clinical assessment approach is proposed that can be tested for its usefulness in assisting clinicians with assessing for intimate violence during conjoint sessions, and for determining whether conjoint treatment is indicated.
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