Violence and trauma: the past 20 and next 10 years

  • Jackson A
  • Veneziano C
  • Ice W
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Abstract

The issues of violence and trauma over the past 20 years have generated a significant amount of research. However, the development of each field has remained, for the most part, exclusive from the other. Therefore, the goal of this article is to address this shortcoming within the literature by responding to three important questions: (a) What is the most important thing we have learned about violence and trauma in the past 20 years? (b) What is the most important thing we need to learn in the next 10 years? and (c) What is the most promising methodological innovation in the past 20 years for the study or treatment of trauma or interpersonal violence? This article concludes that by increasing the discourse between the two fields, both research fields may be better able to develop conceptually, methodologically, and empirically.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Battered Women/psychology
  • Crime Victims/psychology
  • Female
  • Humans
  • Interpersonal Relations
  • Male
  • Mass Screening/methods
  • Post-Traumatic/etiology/ therapy
  • Primary Prevention/ standards
  • Research Design/standards
  • Risk Assessment
  • Socioeconomic Factors
  • Spouse Abuse/ prevention {&} control
  • Stress Disorders
  • United States
  • Women's Health

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Authors

  • A L Jackson

  • C Veneziano

  • W Ice

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