This study aims to address the paucity and obsolete nature of current research on partner violence within the Jewish community by focusing on the experiences of rabbis as centers of Jewish life. The current study considered the attitudes of rabbis toward intimate partner violence and gender roles, the level and quality and of intimate partner violence training received both during and post rabbinical school, and the intimate partner violence prevention efforts provided by rabbis. Participants in the study completed an online survey created by authors of this study, which included
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Dissertations (PsyD) -- Psychology; Intimate partner violence -- Religious aspects -- Judaism
Date of Award
Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Marks, Alison J., "Rabbinical exposure, response and training with intimate partner violence in the Jewish community" (2012). Theses and Dissertations. 275.