volume 25, issue 4, P528-530 2011
DOI: 10.1177/0891243211412774
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Abstract: s book addresses an important issue in the study of domestic violence: whether domestic violence is a "unitary phenomenon" or whether there are multiple forms of domestic violence. Using previous research on domestic violence and secondary data, Johnson argues that there are three types of domestic violence: "intimate terrorism," "violent resistance," and "situational couple violence." The introduction and first chapter provide an overview of the three types and use statistics to illustrate the differences be…

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