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Effective methods for dealing with family violence

Effective methods for dealing with family violence (1986 Sudbury, Ont.)

Effective methods for dealing with family violence

conference report October 6, 7, 8, 1986

by Effective methods for dealing with family violence (1986 Sudbury, Ont.)

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  • Family violence -- Ontario -- Sudbury -- Congresses.,
  • Indigenous women -- Violence against -- Ontario -- Sudbury -- Congresses.,
  • Wife abuse -- Ontario -- Sudbury -- Congresses.,
  • Victims of family violence -- Ontario -- Sudbury -- Congresses.,
  • Indigenous peoples -- Ontario -- Sudbury -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Manotsaywin Nanotoojig (Native Action Against Family Violence) Committee.
    ContributionsManotsaywin Nanotoojig Committee.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination104 l. :
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21975179M

    Crime ranges from robbery with violence, rape, murder, theft, fraud, drug trafficking to small offences such as pick-pocketing and libel. The work of the government is. StudentShare. Is imprisonment an effective way of dealing with most violent offendersDiscuss - Essay Example.   Patrick J. Moore J at am. I went back to the research source and found the problem. The statistic in the research is the incident rate for only reported “rape”, but the article is using the rape numbers and claiming this is the incident rate for “sexual assault” (as if rape is the only form of sexual assault) which is grossly misleading and inaccurate. The components of these pathways are based on research on complex trauma and the current research on effective treatment modalities. The TAP model has been increasingly and effectively used in the medical field to standardize the management of medical and mental ailments, improve care, and reduce unnecessary costs.

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