This article delves into the historical context of batterer stereotypes, and suggests limits to our understanding of IPV offenders (2015).
This U.K. study is based on a survey of 44 domestic violence services and 73 interviews with men who were in, or had completed, a program to explore possible positive outcomes for children (2013).
This paper looks at the impact of children on perpetrators’ desire to change their behavior. The authors explore the role of fatherhood as a motivating factor for offenders to engage in behavior change programs (2016).
Although this study primarily takes place in Sweden, it compares the severity of IPV and the relationship between risk factors for IPV and overall risk judgments of future IPV in urban, rural, and remote areas (2018).
This Ontario-based study examines 132 domestic homicide cases to determine the differences between rural and urban risk factors (2015).
This paper reviews existing research of BIPP programs and examines what causes IPV and how its reflected in models and curriculum.
This article examines a specific BIPP model, the Duluth Model. The authors focus on the program’s implementation in Ann Arbor, Micihigan, commenting on its efficacy and methodology (2017).
This extensive checklist provides assistance to judges, in order for them to enhance decision-making, tailor service plans to hold perpetrators accountable, evaluate perpetrator treatment options, etc.
This article serves to bring awareness of the many factors, including neurobiology and neuropsychology, that contribute to the development of a batterer (2011).
This paper raises the question of how to hold perpetrators accountable. Often times, the perception exists that victim reluctance is the problem in DV case outcomes. However, the authors seek to uncover who is in the best position to hold these batterers accountable (2005).