8.1 According to Bowker, what percentage of the time does the batterer beat both the woman and children, if they are present?
10.1 What are some goals for groups of battered women?
10.2 What are some key needs for children?
10.3 What might children feel when they see violence?
10.4 What are some issues women might address in group sessions?
11.1 According to McCord, what are some childhood predictive factors that account for later violence in the child’s life?
11.2 What percent of juvenile offenders avoid arrest upon reaching adulthood?
13.1 What is an example of how children and adults anger reactions differ?
15.1 What are three main sources that police resist to a full-service commitment in domestic disputes?
16.1 According to Schlesinger, what are some advantages of living in a single parent household that children may say?
16.2 According to Schlesinger, what are some problems of single parent fathers?
A. Recognize how children experience confusion related to the abuse of their mother and how their confusion is often similar to an abused woman’s; identify factors that contribute to the impact of abuse on children; understand the key issues for children in violent homes; process ideas on the needs of children living in violent homes; experience feelings that group members had as children in their family-of-origin settings.
C. Powerless, confused, angry, guilty, sad, afraid, alone
D. To be listened to and believed, to have a safe place to express their feelings, to be told that they are not alone, to be told the violence is not their fault, to have support from family, friends, counselors, to learn that conflict can be resolved without abuse, to develop their own personal power
E. Boys who lacked supervision, whose mothers lacked self-confidence, who had been exposed to parental conflict and to aggression were subsequently convicted more for personal crimes
F. Some group members will not have any children, some believe that their children have not been affected by the abuse, members will state that they do not want their children to grow up being abused or abusive
G. A family doctor injecting a child makes the child angry because its painful, but the child doesn’t know it necessary, an adult accepts the pain because he knows its necessary and acceptable
I. Financial problems, child care, social life, homemaking, personal problems, community support seems lacking to single fathers
J. a) job-related beliefs, values, and attitudes of police officers; b) bureaucratic-managerial resistances within the force; c) general societal beliefs, values, and attitudes
K. Closer to mother, more responsibility, helping in household, get along with siblings, more friends, trusted more, moving to new area, closer to father