Abused, Battered, or Stalked.

By: Buriánek, JiříContributor(s): Pikálková, Simona | Podaná, ZuzanaPublisher: Prague : Charles University in Prague, Karolinum Press, 2016Copyright date: ©2016Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (171 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9788024632179Subject(s): Abused womenGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Abused, Battered, or Stalked: Violence in Intimate Partner Relations GenderedDDC classification: 362.82920000000001 LOC classification: HV6626 -- .B875 2015ebOnline resources: Click to View
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Cover -- Contents -- 1. Intimate partner violence as a public issue and its theoretical reflection (Jiří Buriánek, Simona Pikálková) -- Research on intimate partner violence and the hypothesis of gender (a)symmetry -- Defining family violence -- Limitations of solutions involving criminal liability -- Some theories in sociology explaining family violence -- Feminist theories and masculinity -- Intimate partner violence and gender -- Transformations of the male role -- Men as victims -- 2. Current study and its methodological background (Jiří Buriánek, Simona Pikálková) -- Searching for the empirical evidence: From victimological surveys to IVAWS -- The previous Czech experience -- Objectives and methodology of the current research on "Intimate partner violence" -- The sample -- Some limitations in assessing trends -- 3. Physical violence in intimate partnership (Simona Pikálková) -- Incidence and forms of physical violence -- Profile of violent incident by intimate partner -- Correlates of victimization in intimate partnership -- Violence in intimate partnership by victim's characteristics -- Partnership violence in connection with the aggressor's characteristics -- 4. Help-seeking behaviour among intimate partner violence victims (Viktorie Kolínská) -- Formal sources of help -- The role of the police in cases of domestic violence -- Incidents reported to the police -- Obstacles when contacting the police -- Other options of formal help -- Informal sources of help -- Respondents who did not talk to anybody -- Conclusion -- 5. Psychological violence in intimate relationships: a gender analysis (Zuzana Podaná) -- Prevalence of psychological violence -- Association between psychological and physical violence -- Risk factors of psychological violence -- Tolerance of psychological violence -- Conclusion.
6. Self-control and relationship configurations (Jiří Buriánek) -- Relationship contexts and relationship values -- Self-control -- Relationship configurations -- Forms of psychological abuse as a dependent variable and other aspects of social context -- Predictors of violence -- Configurations, violence and their reproduction -- Conclusion -- 7. Stalking (Zuzana Podaná) -- Stalking as a criminal offense -- Stalking prevalence -- Characteristics of stalking situations, victims, and offenders -- Victim responses to stalking -- Termination of stalking -- Conclusion -- 8. Final discussion (Simona Pikálková) -- References.
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Cover -- Contents -- 1. Intimate partner violence as a public issue and its theoretical reflection (Jiří Buriánek, Simona Pikálková) -- Research on intimate partner violence and the hypothesis of gender (a)symmetry -- Defining family violence -- Limitations of solutions involving criminal liability -- Some theories in sociology explaining family violence -- Feminist theories and masculinity -- Intimate partner violence and gender -- Transformations of the male role -- Men as victims -- 2. Current study and its methodological background (Jiří Buriánek, Simona Pikálková) -- Searching for the empirical evidence: From victimological surveys to IVAWS -- The previous Czech experience -- Objectives and methodology of the current research on "Intimate partner violence" -- The sample -- Some limitations in assessing trends -- 3. Physical violence in intimate partnership (Simona Pikálková) -- Incidence and forms of physical violence -- Profile of violent incident by intimate partner -- Correlates of victimization in intimate partnership -- Violence in intimate partnership by victim's characteristics -- Partnership violence in connection with the aggressor's characteristics -- 4. Help-seeking behaviour among intimate partner violence victims (Viktorie Kolínská) -- Formal sources of help -- The role of the police in cases of domestic violence -- Incidents reported to the police -- Obstacles when contacting the police -- Other options of formal help -- Informal sources of help -- Respondents who did not talk to anybody -- Conclusion -- 5. Psychological violence in intimate relationships: a gender analysis (Zuzana Podaná) -- Prevalence of psychological violence -- Association between psychological and physical violence -- Risk factors of psychological violence -- Tolerance of psychological violence -- Conclusion.

6. Self-control and relationship configurations (Jiří Buriánek) -- Relationship contexts and relationship values -- Self-control -- Relationship configurations -- Forms of psychological abuse as a dependent variable and other aspects of social context -- Predictors of violence -- Configurations, violence and their reproduction -- Conclusion -- 7. Stalking (Zuzana Podaná) -- Stalking as a criminal offense -- Stalking prevalence -- Characteristics of stalking situations, victims, and offenders -- Victim responses to stalking -- Termination of stalking -- Conclusion -- 8. Final discussion (Simona Pikálková) -- References.

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