Trauma and violence research - Taking stock in the 21st century
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Interpers. Violence
trauma and violence research; domestic violence; violence against women; DOMESTIC VIOLENCE; CONFLICT; SCALES; ABUSE; WOMEN; Criminology & Penology; Family Studies; Psychology, Applied
Thirty years after the first national estimates of intimate partner violence were published, the field has reached such a level of maturity that complex questions can be posed and sophisticated research studies can be designed to answer them. Out of this body of research, one of the most important things that researchers have learned is that violence and trauma are experienced in different ways by different individuals and as a result, require different types of prevention and intervention approaches. With this greater understanding of the problems of violence and trauma, together with a commitment to inclusive and practical research, the field is poised to move forward toward the ultimate goal of violence prevention.
Journal of Interpersonal Violence
"Trauma and violence research - Taking stock in the 21st century" (2005). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 5308.