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Victim needs and conjugal violence: Do victims want decision-making power?

Wemmers, Jo-Anne
June 4, 2015

Source: (-0001) Conflict Resolution Quarterly. 22(4):493-508.

Do victims of domestic violence want to retain decision-making power, which critics say may be taken away by no-drop, mandatory-arrest procedures? Using procedural justice theory as a theoretical framework for the discussion, the authors review the research on the needs and expectations of victims of domestic violence. (author’s abstract)


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