An Integrative Review of Separation in the Context of Victimization: Consequences and Implications for Women
Given the number of divorces that occur each year as well as the high rates of intimate partner violence, it is critical that divorse/separation and victimization be considered in research and in clinical practice with women. However, the separation/divorce research and victimization research has often been conducted independently, with limited attention to integration. The integration of these two domains is critically important in facilitating the understanding of these issues for women.
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Walker, R., Logan, TK, Jordan, C.E., & Campbell, J. (2004). An integrative review of separation in the context of victimization: Consequences and implications for women. Journal of Trauma, Violence and Abuse, 5(2), 143 – 193.