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Intimate partner violence: an HBSE perspective (Augmented title: human behavior in the social environment education)

Author: Begun,-Audrey-Lynne
Author Background:
Date 3/1/99
Type Journal
Journal Title: Journal of Social Work Education
Volume/Pages v 35 no2 Spring/Summer 1999. p. 239-52
Subject Matter Human Behavior
Abstract This article presents a developmental vulnerability/resilience and risk/safety framework to educate social work students about intimate partner violence. The framework adopts a multidimensional perspective to understanding development (a) among individuals who are violent toward intimate partners, (b) among those toward whom they are violent, and (c) within family systems; it also covers prevailing socio-environmental contexts. The utility of this framework for Human Behavior in the Social Environment (HBSE) education is discussed. Reprinted by permission of the publisher. DE: Intimacy-Psychology; Aggression-Psychology; Social-work-education-Curriculum; Behavioral-sciences-Teaching