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"I'm better now": Sexual offender narratives of moral habilitation
Moral habilitation is the intentional and directed shaping of a new subjectivity in accordance with a culturally sanctioned, pro-social standard of daily ethical conduct. Treatment programs for sexual offenders are enterprises ...
UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENCES IN PAIN-RELATED SUPPORT: COMPARING ATTACHMENT THEORY AND THE COMMUNAL COPING MODEL OF PAIN CATASTROPHIZING
There has been a growing interest in interpersonal factors and/or processes that are relevant to the experience of pain. The communal coping model of pain catastrophizing (CCM; Sullivan et al., 2001) is one of the most ...
A Tripartite Examination of Heterosexual Canadians' Attitudes Toward Subgroups of Gay Men and Lesbian Women
Recent trends in nation-wide opinion polls and academic research indicate that evaluations of gay men and lesbian women have become decidedly more favourable over the last 30 years. However, discrimination against gay men ...
Risk, Responsivity, and the Treatment Process in an Intimate Partner Violence Group Program
High attrition and recidivism rates are particularly common among intimate partner violence (IPV) offenders (Stith, Smith, Penn, Ward, & Tritt, 2004; Jewell & Wormith, 2010). This is problematic given that IPV is prolific ...