Although prevention is recognized as a critical priority for reducing violence, generally the investment in prevention has not followed accordingly. Therefore, it is essential for prevention practitioners to utilize limited resources in ways that realize the best possible impact. Understanding prevention, in theory, is a key way to improve outcomes.
Tip Sheets, Articles, and Resources
The downloadable Tip Sheets below were created to assist visitors in assessing their current knowledge of prevention theories and to motivate all to continue boosting their skills for this important work.
Chapter 11, Primary Prevention, by Graffunder, C., Cline, R, and Lane, K. taken from the Sourcebook on Violence Against Women by Renzetti, Edleson, and Bergen (August 2, 2010), pp. 209-226. (use for citation)
Five Faces of Oppression – I. Young (2004)
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