Domestic violence affects millions of Americans and people around the world. It creates unsafe homes, toxic relationships, and can severely harm the victims who endure the violence. Whether you are interested in learning more about this topic, finding help and resources for yourself or your friends, or conducting academic research, this guide will point you to interesting and relevant sources.
This Home page of the research guide includes background information, statistics, suggested books and other sources, and also resources for people experiencing domestic violence.
The Activism page covers regional and national groups that are working to end domestic violence, and ways to get involved in the cause.
Extending Your Research guides you in digging deeper into the topic, with relevant databases, search recommendations, and citation help.
If you're just starting to learn about domestic violence, try these resources to find out what it involves, who's affected, and what's happening around the country and the world.
This list of articles is updated continuously from Google News on the topic of Domestic Violence. You can search other related topics by visiting news.google.com.
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