2 edition of The psychology of female violence found in the catalog.
The psychology of female violence
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HV6046 .M64 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415403863, 9780415403870|
|LC Control Number||2007027295|
However, recent studies provide evidence of females employing both direct violence and indirect violence (using males to commit violent acts for them). 17,18 If violence were assumed to be a male behaviour, female violence would be overlooked or denied. Consequently, we would fail to develop ways to prevent or intervene in violence by girls. The psychology of female aggression is a dark and twisty road. Come walk it with me. Evolution. We know that female aggression is an anomalous violation of the feminine gender role. We know that in the US, girls account for 33% of arrests of simple assault the number of women in prisons has grown by % in the past three decades. And we know.
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Given the paucity of research and clinical reporting on female violence this is one of the best books written on The psychology of female violence book subject. The psychology of female violence book In "The Psychology of Female Violence" Anna Motz explores the psychology of violent and criminal women.
Drawing upon psychodynamic and criminological perspectives of female offending, the link between childhood experience and adult behaviour is expounded.
The book is divided into three sections focusing upon violence against the self, maternal abuse and violence against others.5/5(1). The Psychology of Female Violence book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. First Published in Routledge is an imprint of Tayl /5.
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Given the paucity of research and clinical reporting on female violence this is one of the best books written on the subject. Bravo.5/5. This book explores the nature and causes of female violence from the perspectives of psychodynamic theory and forensic psychology.
This fully updated and expanded second edition explores developments in research and services for violent women. Recent high profile cases of female violence are discussed alongside clinical material and theory.
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Crimes Against the Body. By Anna Motz, Anna Motz. Edition 2nd Edition. First Published Cited by: Description: This book explores issues related to violent and criminal behavior. The author chooses a psychodynamic perspective as the primary theory which she uses to expound upon the roots of female violence.
Purpose: The author's purpose is to provide a psychological model The psychology of female violence book understanding female violence. She highlights three major areas Price: $ The psychology of female violence 2. The nature of the treatment I offer is short term compared to the traditional length of Central aim of the book: challenge to the denial of female violence Although this book focuses on the violence committed by women, it is also The psychology of female violence book toFile Size: KB.
The Psychology of Female Violence will be valuable to trainees and practitioners working in the fields of clinical and forensic psychology, women's studies, sociology, psychiatric nursing, social work, probation, counselling, psychoanalysis, the criminal justice system and criminology.
By Anna Motz. Colchester, UK: Taylor & Francis,reprinted pp. $ This excellent book draws our attention to the problem of women who engage in serious violence. Despite advances in gender equality, contemporary society still evidences denial The psychology of female violence book Author: Susan Hatters Friedman.
Psychology of violence is that part of the psychology which deals with identifying the causes of violence, finding prevention methods and developing treatments.
One major type of violence is street violence, whose forms include assault, homicide, sexual assault and juvenile violence. Get this from a library.
The Psychology of Female Violence: Crimes Against the Body. [Anna Motz; Estela Welldon] -- What are the causes of violence in women?. The psychology of female violence book can be done to help these women and their victims?. Why does society deny the fact of female violence?.
This. - Kajal Patel, The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, "This is an invaluable book not just for those working within forensic settings (although it is undoubtedly essential reading if you do) but would be of relevance to anyone interested in female expressions of Brand: Taylor & Francis.
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Buy a cheap copy of Psychology of Female Violence: Crimes book by Anna Motz. Free shipping over $ Psychology of Violence is a multidisciplinary research journal devoted to violence and extreme aggression, including identifying the causes of violence from a psychological framework, finding ways to prevent or reduce violence, and developing practical interventions and treatments.
As a multidisciplinary forum, Psychology of Violence recognizes that all forms of violence and aggression are. In this book I explore the psychology of violent women, outlining the link between childhood experience and adult behaviour.
I highlight the psychological and social functions and meanings of violence and provide a psychodynamic perspective on female violence, using case material throughout to. The Psychology of Female Violence is by no means a comprehensive review of female violence. Rather it is an exploration, on a case-oriented basis, of the dynamics of individual women who have abused children physically or sexually, who have allowed abuse of their children to take place by a partner, or who have developed a pattern of : Patricia R.
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Paul Dobransky, M.D., is a psychiatrist and author of The Secret Psychology of How We Fall in Love (Plume, ) and The Power of Female Friendship (Plume, ) Online: Understanding female psychology is an important way for women to understand themselves and each other.
However, it can also help men to understand women. No matter what your perspective or position in life, understanding what it means to be a woman is an important part of being : William Drake.
In this chapter, we discuss the application of positive psychology to the treatment of trauma across a broad range of experiences, including intimate partner violence, domestic violence, child. Anna Motz is a consultant clinical and forensic psychologist and psychotherapist with extensive experience of the assessment and treatment of victims and perpetrators of is a former president of the International Association for Forensic Psychotherapy, editor of Managing Self-Harm: Psychological Perspectives (Routledge, ) and author of The Psychology of Female Violence:.
Domestic violence can be physical or psychological, and it can affect anyone of any age, gender, race, or sexual orientation. It may include behaviors meant to scare, physically harm, or control a. Jacquelyn W.
White, PhD, is a professor of psychology and associate for research in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her research focuses on gender issues, aggression, and intimate partner violence. White has conducted research in the area of aggression and violence for more than 30 : Buy The Psychology of Female Violence: Crimes Against the Body by Anna Motz (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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This book rethinks the way psychological knowledge of domestic violence has typically been constructed. It puts forward a psychological perspective which is both critical of the traditional 'woman.
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Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" CDN$ CDN$ CDN$ Author: Anna Motz. Explores the psychology of violent and criminal women from a psychodynamic and criminological rspective, also examining the link between childhood experience and adult behaviour. The book uses illustrative case material throughout.
Anna Motz (born ) is a Consultant Clinical and Forensic Psychologist with extensive clinical experience with women as perpetrators of violence and with the staff teams who work with them. Formerly president of the International Association for Forensic Psychotherapy (IAFP), she is the author of The Psychology of Female Violence: Crimes Against the Body.
Psychologyis designed to meet the scope and sequence for the single-semester introduction to psychology course. For many students, this may be their only college-level psychology course. As such, this textbook provides an important opportunity for students to learn the core concepts of psychology and understand how those concepts apply to their lives.4/5(27).
Carol E. Jordan is the executive director of the Office for Policy Studies on Violence Against Women at UK College of Arts and Sciences and holds appointments in the departments of psychology and psychiatry. She is co-author of "Intimate Partner Violence: A Clinical Training Guide for Mental Health Professionals" and "Women and Victimization.
Forensic Psychology of Spousal Violence covers the phenomenon of spousal violence and its different forms, discussing the consequences of abuse, providing research tips to be used in the field, including relevant case studies and much more.
The innovative approach of this text fills a void in the current understanding of spousal violence. She is the founding editor (–) of the Psychology of Women Book Series, published by APA, and was associate editor of the American Psychologist (–).
She has held several positions within the Society for the Psychology of Women (APA Division 35), including editor of the newsletter (–) and president (). The book is divided into four sections: Violence Against Children, Violence Against the Self, Vio-lence Against Others, and Clinical Applications.
Motz discusses taboo topics, including physical and sexual abuse by mothers, mothers who fabricate a child’s illness, and infanticide. Violence against self,Author: Susan Hatters Friedman. Female perversion is a controversial term referring to deviation by women from generally perceived behavioral norms to those of their term was introduced by Estela V.
Welldon in to refer to women who commit violence, either against themselves or against others. Though the term can be used pejoratively and sometimes has sexual connotations, its strict definition is an instance.
Biology Book Commentary The Psychology of Female Violence: Crimes Against the Body by Anna Motz tackles the psychological implications behind female violence such as maternal physical and sexual abuse, female homicide, and self-induced bodily harm. Pdf perversion is a term coined by Estela V.
Welldon in to refer to women who commit violence, either against themselves or pdf others. Though the term can be used pejoratively and sometimes has sexual connotations, its strict definition is an instance of human behavior that deviates from what is considered orthodox or normal, and it is in this sense that the term is used by.As a pioneering specialty journal now approaching its 30th year of publication, Violence and Victims is a peer-reviewed journal featuring cutting-edge and evidence-based studies of theory, research, policy, and clinical practice related to all forms and types of interpersonal violence and victimization.
The Psychology of Female Violence will be valuable to ebook and practitioners working in the fields of clinical and forensic psychology, women's studies, sociology, psychiatric nursing, social work, probation, counselling, psychoanalysis, the criminal justice system and criminology.
Recent high profile cases of female violence are discussed.