Georgia State Children Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence Article Discussion Questions

Georgia State Children Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence Article Discussion Questions

(1) What did you learn that you didn’t know from reading the OJJDP Bulletin article, Children’s Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence and Other Family Violence?

(2) What insights did you gain from reading the Tilley et al. article, Development of Violence in Men Who Batter Intimate Partners: A Case Study?

(3) The article by John Devaney, Children’s Exposure to Domestic Violence: Holding Men To Account, considers the overlap between domestic violence, child welfare, and child protective services in England. What are some of the most interesting aspects of this overlap? What jumped out at you concerning the role of social workers in Child Protective Services as they work with families in our US communities?

*Link to Article for question 1*

The other two article are attached below. Each answer should be at least a paragraph.

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