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The article presentsan analysis of the coverage of two cases of rape in the daily Israeli popular press. The authors’ hypothesis that the younger victim who did not know most of her attackers will be portrayed as helpless and not responsible for her victimization and would enjoy more positive...
The authors examine the narratives of 24 substance-addicted welfare recipients to understand how their neighborhoods provide a particular context for substance abuse, violence, and social isolation. The authors also examine the relationships among substance abuse, violence, and social isolation....
To better illuminate the elements of an effective community response to domestic violence, this study examined how survivors prioritized their help-seeking activities and what their priorities revealed about their patterns of need. This study expanded on Sullivan and Bybee’s findings regarding...
Welfare reforms enacted in 1996 require that recipients work to receive benefits. Advocates for battered women feared that abusive men would escalate violence in response to independence brought to women by employment. Yet research on employment, domestic violence, and welfare reform has yielded...
This study examined the differential influence of the father’s level of aggression toward the mother on adolescents’ perceptions of their parents and of themselves and how these perceptions are interrelated. This study consisted of a probability sample of 1,014 Jewish Israeli youth between...
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