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Section 7
Women and Violence

Question 7 | Test | Table of Contents

Ohio Family Violence Prevenstion Center,
Office of Criminal Justice Services,
A Divison of the Ohio Department of Public Safety

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- Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services. Excellence in Advocacy: A Victim-Centered Approach. Ohio Family Violence Prevention Center, Office of Criminal Justice Services, A Divison of the Ohio Department of Public Safety, 2010, p65-74.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Dichter, M. E., Thomas, K. A., Crits-Christoph, P., Ogden, S. N., & Rhodes, K. V. (2018). Coercive control in intimate partner violence: Relationship with women’s experience of violence, use of violence, and danger. Psychology of Violence, 8(5), 596–604.

Gervais, S. J., & Eagan, S. (2017). Sexual objectification: The common thread connecting myriad forms of sexual violence against women. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 87(3), 226–232.

Ismayilova, L., Karimli, L., Gaveras, E., Tô-Camier, A., Sanson, J., Chaffin, J., & Nanema, R. (2018). An integrated approach to increasing women’s empowerment status and reducing domestic violence: Results of a cluster-randomized controlled trial in a West African country. Psychology of Violence, 8(4), 448–459.

Metz, C., Calmet, J., & Thevenot, A. (2019). Women subjected to domestic violence: The impossibility of separation. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 36(1), 36–43.

"The mothering experiences of sex‐trafficked women: Between here and there": Correction to Peled and Parker (2013) (2014). American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 84(1), 109.

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