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Pornography and The Abuse of Women

Published: March, 2014| Walter S. DeKeseredy, Ph.D., Rus Ervin Funk, Angelita Velasco Gunn

The faculty discuss research on the significant contribution of pornography and “porn culture” to violence against women. They examine the impact of the pornography industry on the sexual… View this resource

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Male Peer Support & Violence Against Women: The History and Verification of a Theory

Published: February, 2014| Martin D. Schwartz, Ph.D., Walter S. DeKeseredy, Ph.D.

“The problem is simple. In most cultures, most of the time, all men, most men, or at least a great many men receive male peer support for the victimization of females.” So write Walter S. DeKeseredy… View this resource

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Full Faith and Credit 101

Published: February, 2014| NCPOFFC, NCPOFFC

This webinar provides an overview of interjurisdictional enforcement of protection orders. Information on enforcement of these orders by courts and law enforcement is included. View this resource

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Reproductive Coercion and Intimate Partner Violence

Published: February, 2014| Lisa James

Reproductive coercion is a relatively new concept in the field—simply defined, it is when a partner is trying to get a woman pregnant against her will or control the outcome of a pregnancy through… View this resource

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Intersection Between Interpersonal Violence Exposure and Military Service

Published: February, 2014| Melissa Dichter, MSW, PhD, Greg Jacob, Glenna Tinney

This webinar addresses interpersonal violence victimization, including intimate partner violence and sexual assault in the context of military employment and how and why this is different for women in… View this resource

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The Child Custody/Child Protective Service “Sandwich”

Published: February, 2014| Joyce Yedlosky

Battered women and their children are often “sandwiched” between child custody proceedings and the Child Protection System (CPS). This webinar focuses on the systemic structures, assumptions and… View this resource

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The Benefits of Violence: Why Give It Up

Published: January, 2014| Chuck Derry

In our work to address domestic and sexual violence, it’s easy to overlook the most fundamental fact: offenders benefit from their use of violence. This webinar describes exactly what’s in it for… View this resource

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Transgender People, IPV and the Legal System

Published: January, 2014| Leigh Goodmark, J.D., Terra Slavin, J.D., Michael Munson

Transgender persons subjected to abuse have not been the focus of legal scholarship. The dearth of legal scholarship is not surprising given how little research exists on the experience of transgender… View this resource

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Economic Justice for Battered Women - Part Two

Published: November, 2013| Kim Pentico

Tools for Advocates: Participants will receive a brief overview of financial basics, including budgeting, credit, loans and long-term planning. View this resource

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Researcher/Practitioner Collaboration: Strategies for Successful Implementation

Published: November, 2013| Tami Sullivan, Ph.D., Bonnie S. Fisher, Ph.D., Leslye Orloff, J. D., Teri Faragher

The social science faculty review the results of The Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Study (RPPS) and discuss the 6 products generated by that initiative. The attorney and advocate faculty offer… View this resource