Literature Review of Domestic Violence in Pitt County, North Carolina


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Literature Review of Domestic Violence in Pitt County, North Carolina
The majority of literature on domestic violence programs tends to organize demographic information according to persons served rather than offering a general overview of persons who have the need for domestic violence programs. Organizing data based on persons served has the advantage of showing that a need has been met, but the shortcoming is that persons who might benefit from domestic violence programs but have not been included in these are excluded from the literature. It is thus possible that domestic violence programs are meeting the needs of some persons but there is a substantial population which is in need but underserved (Whitaker, Haileyesus,...
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.....ernal maltreatment of young children. American Journal of Public Health, 99(1). 175 – 183. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2007.126722
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Whitaker, D.J., Haileyesus, T., Swahn, M., & Saltzman, L.D., (2007). Differences in frequency of violence and reported injury between relationships with reciprocal and nonreciprocal intimate partner violence. American Journal of Public Health, 97(5). 941 – 947.