publication . Conference object . 2016

Children's experiences of domestic violence

Callaghan, Jane;
Closed Access English
  • Published: 29 Mar 2016
  • Country: United Kingdom
This paper describes the key findings of a two year project focused on children's experiences of domestic violence. It draws on 107 interviews with children in Greece, Italy, Spain and the UK. The paper explores children's capacity to articulate their experiences, and highlights that they are not 'witnesses' to intimate partner violence, but experience it directly and make meaning of it, as members of a family affected by violence. I argue that children need to be recognised as direct victims of domestic violence and of coercive control.
free text keywords: HQ767, HV6626, HV701
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