Biblio Index

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2012
Pellegrino P, Russo T.  2012.  Protagonists through drama. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):326-329.PDF icon Pellegrino.pdf (34.28 KB)
Koleva M.  2012.  Psychodrama and sociometric work with women victims of trafficking in The Netherlands. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):330-334.PDF icon Koleva.pdf (36.72 KB)
Palermo M.  2012.  Psychodrama and the elaboration of violence in the feminine world. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):344-352.PDF icon Palermo.pdf (55.26 KB)
Consolati L, Romagnoli V.  2012.  Psychodrama as the elective path for treating and preventing domestic violence. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):363-367.PDF icon Consolati.pdf (37.11 KB)
Tarashoeva G, Gorinova M, Nikolova T, Venelinova R.  2012.  Psychodrama’s intervention work in Bulgaria with women victims of domestic violence. Possibility for change in the trans-generational circle of violence. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):266-276.PDF icon Tarashoeva.pdf (67.7 KB)
Consolati L, Romagnoli V.  2012.  Recovering one’s voice: listening to the self and to others; meeting with consideration. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):383-385.PDF icon Consolati-2.pdf (26.92 KB)
Toffanin AMaria.  2012.  Research on violence against women. A sociological perspective. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(1):15-30.PDF icon 17_1_03.pdf (143.97 KB)
Codato M.  2012.  Review of books. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(1):250-251.PDF icon 17_1_18.pdf (82.07 KB)
Gezait KMeftah, Mey SSee Ching, Abdullah MNg Lee Yen.  2012.  The role of psychodrama techniques to decrease the level of school violence in the Arab world. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):165-185.PDF icon 19-khaled-paper-conference-school-violence-12-7.pdf (339.28 KB)
Marogna C, Caccamo F, Locati I.  2012.  Separation as a protective factor: homogeneous groups for parents. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):76-80.PDF icon 17_2_10.pdf (34.86 KB)
Guidi E, Magnatta G, Meringolo P.  2012.  Teen dating violence: The need for early prevention. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(1):181-196.PDF icon 17_1_13.pdf (78.34 KB)
Michieletto F, Miotto L.  2012.  Theatre of the Oppressed: High schools awarenessraising project. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):368-373.PDF icon Michieletto.pdf (40.62 KB)
Bucuta MDana, Dima G, Katalin Z, Delia ADalma, Pătracu C.  2012.  Towards empowerment of women victims of gender violence: a psycho-social intervention model in Romania. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):282-292.PDF icon Dana-Bucuta.pdf (142.77 KB)
Danna D, Cavenaghi P.  2012.  Transformative mediation in forced marriage cases. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(1):45-62.PDF icon 17_1_05.pdf (143.55 KB)
Perrotta L.  2012.  Transgenerational violence against women: Jungian psychodrama on the path to individuation. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):335-338.PDF icon Perrotta.pdf (39.7 KB)
Hendel M, Luschnig U, Wieser M.  2012.  The treatment of women victims of violence in Austria. A snapshot of a challenging mission. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(1):197-206.PDF icon 17_1_14.pdf (53.34 KB)
Tugnoli C.  2012.  The two identifying cultures of Europe. Towards a renewal of the education system. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):25-34.PDF icon 17_2_03.pdf (69.99 KB)
Ruiz L, Monteiro I, Teles R.  2012.  UMAR: Objectives and methodology used by the multidisciplinary team in interventions with victims of gender violence. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):247-253.PDF icon Ruiz.pdf (46.06 KB)
Arnault DSaint, Molloy M, O’Halloran S.  2012.  The use of Psychodrama in Biodynamic Psychotherapy: Case Examples from a Domestic Violence Healing workshop. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):111-118.PDF icon 17_2_14.pdf (59.77 KB)
Caravà C, Ferrario M, Picco C, Camussi E.  2012.  Violence Against Women? An Evaluation of the Intervention Method Adopted by Ala Milano Onlus Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):193-196.PDF icon Carava.pdf (29.51 KB)
Coluccia A, Lorenzi L, Bianchi M.  2012.  Violence against women. Assumptions for a model of care for women victims of violence: the “task force”. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(1):31-44.PDF icon 17_1_04.pdf (70.16 KB)
Picco C, Caravà C, Ferrario M.  2012.  Violence against women? What do the men have to say? A prevention project aimed at adolescents in the Milan territory on the theme of violence against women Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(1):63-78.PDF icon 17_1_06.pdf (132.61 KB)
Coronella F, Tuccillo F, Di Napoli I, Arcidiacono C.  2012.  Women and domestic violence in the professional experience of Italian general practitioners (IGP). Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(1):79-96.PDF icon 17_1_07.pdf (109.2 KB)
Bordon E, Tessarolo M.  2012.  Women victims of trafficking and prostitution. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):49-58.PDF icon 17_2_06.pdf (67 KB)
Gola N, Chiavassa A.  2012.  Women, Violence and Change: the Italian experience of a psychodramatic group within the Empower project. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 17(2):293-297.PDF icon Gola.pdf (33.93 KB)

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