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See detailÉvaluation psychiatrique et hospitalisation contrainte d'urgence. Analyse rétrospective de dossiers
Schmits, Emilie ULiege; Evrard, Maude; Valassopoulou, Eftichia et al

in Annales Médico-Psychologiques (in press)

Objectives: Psychiatric cares sometimes lead to coercive measures for the patient. Emergency procedures are initiated by the competent Public Prosecutor who can decide to hospitalize patient under ... [more ▼]

Objectives: Psychiatric cares sometimes lead to coercive measures for the patient. Emergency procedures are initiated by the competent Public Prosecutor who can decide to hospitalize patient under constraint on the basis of a medical certificate. This procedure raises questions at different levels. The present study included several objectives: (1) investigation of the profile of the patients; (2) practical application of this type of procedure; (3) evaluation of the criteria related to the decision-making process leading to forced hospitalization. Method: This study was conducted in a Medical-Psycho-Social emergency unit in Belgium. This is a retrospective search, conducted on the basis of file analyses. Were included all patients who experienced emergency psychiatric assessment at the request of the magistrate. The following information were collected: date and time of admission, date of birth, sex, sector, diagnosis, use of therapeutic isolation, outcome of the evaluation, type of support, and the sex of the evaluators. These data were analyzed through descriptive and inferential statistical analyses. Results: Two hundreds and thirty-eight 238 persons were admitted in the emergency unit at the request of a magistrate. The average age is 39.99 years (59.66% men) and 62.18% of patients are registered in their hospital sector, while 34.87% of admissions are made outside the sector. Psychiatric night care is activated in 34.03% of cases, while 28.15% of psychiatric assessment requests arrive in the morning and 37.39% in the afternoon. The service receives between 4 and 5 requests from the magistrate per week. While 15.96% of them are referred on weekends, 84.04% are sent to the service on weekdays. Regarding the main diagnosis, 42.43% show a psychotic disorder, 13.44% a (hypo) manic episode, 10.50% an abuse of substance, 9.66% of behavioral disorders, 7.56% a personality disorder, 5.88% an adjustment disorder, 5.05% a depressive disorder and 3.36% a mental retardation. Therapeutic isolation is used in 34.87% of situations. In 55.04% of the cases, the procedure was stopped, while 43.69% lead to hospitalization under constraint. If the procedure is stopped, another follow-up is proposed: 22.38% of in-house ambulatory follow-up, 16.41% of outpatient follow-up, 14.17% with a mobile unit, 9.70% of in-house hospitalization, 9.70% of judicial follow-up, 8.95% of care by a medical service, 5.22% of network referral, and 2.23% of social follow-up. Patients whose assessment leads to hospitalization under constraint are significantly older than those whose procedure is stopped. The sex of the patient does not influence the outcome of the assessment. The decision to hospitalize under constraint is not influenced by the time of admission or the sex of the evaluator. However, the results demonstrate a significant link between therapeutic isolation and the decision to hospitalize under constraint. Patients spending the night in the emergency room are more often hospitalized under constraint. In addition, the main diagnosis posed is significantly related to the outcome of the psychiatric evaluation. The majority of people diagnosed with psychotic disorders and (hypo) manic episodes are hospitalized under constraint, while people met for substance abuse, behavioral disorders and adjustment disorders are not. A very small proportion of patients with personality disorder, depressive disorder or mental retardation are forced into hospital. Conclusion: This study provides detailed descriptions of the patients involved in the emergency procedure and its practical application, as well as the identification of factors related to forced hospitalization. This work allows an inventory of the urgent procedure (psychiatric assessment and forced hospitalization) and improves the understanding of psychiatric procedures and practices. © 2018 Elsevier Masson SAS [less ▲]

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See detailExploration of Dating Violence and Related Attitudes Among Adolescents and Emerging Adults
Courtain, Audrey ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

in Journal of Interpersonal Violence (in press)

Young people’s romantic relationships can be marked with various forms of dating violence (DV). However, adolescents and emerging adults do not necessarily acknowledge this violence because of their ... [more ▼]

Young people’s romantic relationships can be marked with various forms of dating violence (DV). However, adolescents and emerging adults do not necessarily acknowledge this violence because of their attitudes toward dating violence. Our study aims to study dating violence and attitudes toward this phenomenon through two well-established questionnaires administered jointly in their entirety. Indeed, too many studies report results on some dimensions and items, neglecting the richness of available tools. The Conflict in Adolescent Dating Relationship Inventory and the Attitudes Toward Dating Violence Scale were self-administered to 1,014 participants (M age = 18.9) attending secondary schools or a regional college. They reported the frequency of their dating violence perpetration and victimization, and their attitudes toward dating violence. Results show that relational and sexual violence perpetration rates are higher for males, physical violence perpetration rate is higher for females, and relational violence victimization is higher for males. MANCOVAs not only show the same trends for scores but also underline more frequent emotional violence perpetrated by females, physical victimization for males, and sexual victimization for females. Males show higher tolerance toward every form of dating violence; younger participants are also more tolerant. Participants are more tolerant toward male-perpetrated psychological DV than femaleperpetrated ones, and more tolerant toward female-perpetrated physical and sexual DV compared with male-perpetrated physical and sexual DV. There are patterns of multiperpetration, multivictimization, bidirectionality, and multi(in)tolerance. Our paper contributes to the symmetry debate, a better understanding of the link between attitudes and violent behaviors, a further step on gendered attitudes regarding who perpetrates and who sustains. [less ▲]

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See detailPathways of running away among Belgian youth
Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege; Léonard, Julie; Courtain, Audrey ULiege

in Youth and Society (in press)

Runaway behaviors among teenagers have been studied for some 40 years. Still, because runaway and homeless youths have often been confounded, little is known about what really defines a runaway adolescent ... [more ▼]

Runaway behaviors among teenagers have been studied for some 40 years. Still, because runaway and homeless youths have often been confounded, little is known about what really defines a runaway adolescent. This study targets three objectives in a mixed-method design relying on data from official files and interviews: the descriptions of teenagers reported as missing (e.g., age, sex, runaway duration and reiteration, place left behind, type of caller reporting the child as missing, motivation for closing the file) and the understanding of runaway pathways and dynamics. These studies can contribute to prevention and intervention programs by providing new perspectives on how runaway experiences should be understood in light of the adolescent process. [less ▲]

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See detailAuteurs d'Infraction(s) à Caractère Sexuel : passage à l'acte, recherche de bien-être et GLM
Dziewa, Amandine ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

Poster (2019, June 13)

La délinquance sexuelle et les délinquants sexuels ont souvent été analysés en termes de risque de récidive. Mais depuis une dizaine d’années plusieurs modèles considèrent la notion de bien-être comme une ... [more ▼]

La délinquance sexuelle et les délinquants sexuels ont souvent été analysés en termes de risque de récidive. Mais depuis une dizaine d’années plusieurs modèles considèrent la notion de bien-être comme une clé de compréhension ; notamment le Good Live Model (GLM) ou l’Integrate Theory of Desistance from Sex Offending (ITDSO). Cette recherche propose d’appréhender l'infraction sexuelle par la recherche du bien-être. Pour répondre à la question « le passage à l’acte sexuel s’inscrit-il dans une démarche de recherche de bien-être ? » un échantillon de 30 hommes Auteurs d’Infraction(s) à Caractère Sexuel (AICS) jugés et en suivi psychologique depuis minimum 1 an a été rencontré. Cinq variables ont été analysées au moyen de questionnaires auto-administrés : le bonheur (Oxford Happiness Questionnaire, Argyle & al., 1989), la qualité de vie (Profil de qualité de vie subjective, Quérin et al., 1991) l’auto-efficacité (Echelle d’Auto-Efficacité, Jérusalem et Schwarzer, 1922), le stress perçu (Perceived Stress Scale, Cohen et al., 1983) et la dépression (Indice de Dépression, Beck et al., 1983). En outre, un entretien semi-structuré a permis d’appréhender la notion de bien-être subjectif et la qualité de vie au moment du passage à l’acte et au moment de la passation de l’entretien. Les questions posées abordaient (1) la situation émotionnelle de la personne avant le passage à l’acte ; (2) sa perception du passage à l’acte, les précipitants et les impacts ainsi que (3) la définition de ce qui fait son bonheur. Les résultats mettent en avant que la majorité des AICS rencontrés considèrent la période de l'agression sexuelle comme stressante et insatisfaisante, surtout dans les sphères familiales et relationnelles. Sphères pourtant centrales dans leur définition du bonheur. Cela rejoint les fondements du Good Lives Model selon lesquels le délit sexuel peut-être le résultat d’une cherche - problématique - de besoins humains légitimes pour atteindre, in fine, un état de bien-être. Plus particulièrement, les résultats renvoient à la notion de « deuxième route » de la Théorie du Good Lives Model Compréhensive qui considère que la frustration d’un échec dans la poursuite de Primary Goods sous-tendrait le passage à l’acte. [less ▲]

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See detailViolences conjugales : le cas particulier des violences sexuelles
Dziewa, Amandine ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

Conference (2019, June 12)

Cette communication se base sur une recherche menée auprès de femmes victimes de violences sexuelles en contexte conjugal. Des entretiens semi-structurés ont permis de recueillir le récit de ces victimes ... [more ▼]

Cette communication se base sur une recherche menée auprès de femmes victimes de violences sexuelles en contexte conjugal. Des entretiens semi-structurés ont permis de recueillir le récit de ces victimes concernant leur trajectoire de vie, la survenue des violences au sein de leur(s) couple(s) et les dynamiques de violences. En Belgique, la violence entre partenaires est définie comme « un ensemble de comportements, d'actes, d'attitudes, de l’un des partenaires ou ex-partenaires, qui visent à contrôler et dominer l'autre » (Plan d’action national, 2015-2019). Cela comprend les agressions, les menaces ou les contraintes verbales, physiques, économiques et sexuelles. En Europe, en 2014, 24% de femmes interrogées indiquaient avoir été victimes de violence physique et/ou sexuelle de la part d’un partenaire. Ce n’est donc pas un phénomène négligeable et pourtant peu de recherche se penchent sur l’expérience de la violence sexuelle dans le contexte conjugal. Traiter de cette problématique s’avère difficile en raison de la nature sensible du sujet. Cette forme de violence n'est pas rare mais c'est la plus cachée des violences conjugales. Elle est caractérisée par un chiffre noir très élevé ; selon certains chiffres, 90% des victimes ne se présenteraient pas à la police et un tiers des victimes de violences conjugales seulement rapporteraient avoir été agressées sexuellement. Par culpabilité, honte, peur ou parce que, dans ce contexte, il est parfois difficile de la qualifier. Minimisée, abordée de façon implicite ou considérée comme l’une des expressions de la violence physique, elle est rarement nommée « agression sexuelle » ou « viol conjugal ». Pour certains, la socialisation féminine, renforçant la soumission de la femme dans les relations conjugales, les pousse à accepter des relations sexuelles non désirées et à rationaliser ces épisodes de violences. État de soumission généralement exacerbée par la violence entre partenaires. Et dans un contexte où accepter la relation sexuelle est parfois synonyme de protection, la question du consentement, centrale dans la définition du viol, est d’autant plus complexe. Cette présentation se centrera plus particulièrement sur le statut, le sens et la place accordés aux violences sexuelles par les victimes ainsi que sur leur impact. [less ▲]

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See detailA multifaceted approach of dating violence among adolescents and emerging adults
Courtain, Audrey ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

Conference (2019, May 14)

Romantic relationships contribute to the development of adolescents and emerging adults. A growing literature has studied violence occurring between dating partners: dating violence (DV) raises concerns ... [more ▼]

Romantic relationships contribute to the development of adolescents and emerging adults. A growing literature has studied violence occurring between dating partners: dating violence (DV) raises concerns for the well-being of youth. Following a multifaceted approach, the present research aims to examine individual variables associated with DV. A sample made up of 1811 students - from secondary schools (mean age = 17.3, σ =0.86) and a college (mean age = 19.9, σ =2.11) - was self-administered validated questionnaires investigating perpetration/victimization of DV, attitudes toward DV, empathy, impulsivity, language and alcohol use. Results show patterns of gender symmetry, multiperpetration/multivictimization and bidirectionality. Attitudes toward DV are associated with the perpetration/victimization of DV (both face-to-face and online DV). Males’ attitudes are more in favor of DV than females’. Female-perpetrated physical and sexual DV are more accepted than male-perpetrated ones. Several dimensions of empathy and language are negatively associated with DV perpetration, while several dimensions of impulsivity are positively associated with DV perpetration. As for alcohol, higher scores of hazardous drinking puts at risk of insulting a dating partner or being insulted by a dating partner in a context of alcohol use. This research can contribute to the development of multifaceted prevention programs among youth. [less ▲]

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See detailMineurs auteurs d’infraction: Quels regards sur leur parcours de désistance?
Puglia, Rosa ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

in Revue internationale de criminologie et de police technique et scientifique (2019), LXXII(Janvier-Mars), 63-69

Socio-subjective model of desistance assumed complex relation between personal changes et social changes. So, people interact with their environment to allow exit of delinquency. The aim of the study is ... [more ▼]

Socio-subjective model of desistance assumed complex relation between personal changes et social changes. So, people interact with their environment to allow exit of delinquency. The aim of the study is to understanding desistance process though the offenders adolescents’ experience. So, a semi-structured interview was realized and questionnaires were completed with three adolescents in emerging adulthood. Data were analyzed with Interpretative Phenomenological analysis (IPA). The aim is to understanding in depth how people give sense to their personal and social world. [less ▲]

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See detailFormation à la responsabilisation de l’auteur face à son passage à l’acte et à la sensibilisation au point de vue des victimes (Prélude): qu’en pensent les justiciables ayant bénéficié de cette mesure?
Puglia, Rosa ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege; Jérémy, Kahye et al

in Revue internationale de criminologie et de police technique et scientifique (2019), LXXII(Janvier-Mars), 70-74

Restorative justice appeared more than 20 years ago. That offer a respectful sanction that mobilize the offender. Prelude formation is a king of Restorative justice. This qualitative research aims to ... [more ▼]

Restorative justice appeared more than 20 years ago. That offer a respectful sanction that mobilize the offender. Prelude formation is a king of Restorative justice. This qualitative research aims to understand perception of offenders about impact of the Prelude forma- tion. So, a semi-structured interview was realized with people who completed the forma- tion. Data were analyzed with thematic analyses. Emergent themes indicate that Prelude formation support desistance process. [less ▲]

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See detailHow do empathy, impulsivity and verbal skills impact male-perpetrated dating violence?
Courtain, Audrey ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

Conference (2019, March 06)

Objectives: Following research on marital violence, Makepeace (1981) noticed that violence could also take place in dating relationships. This talk is an opportunity to examine intra-individual ... [more ▼]

Objectives: Following research on marital violence, Makepeace (1981) noticed that violence could also take place in dating relationships. This talk is an opportunity to examine intra-individual characteristics likely to foster or hinder male-perpetrated dating violence toward a girlfriend. By attending this presentation, participants will be able to better understand how facets of empathy, impulsivity and verbal skills are promising variables for both researchers and practitioners. They will also see multiperpetration patterns across types of violence. Method: A sample of 230 male adolescents and emerging adults (Mean age 18.8, SD 1.8) was self-administered questionnaires investigating psychological and physical dating violence perpetration (Wolfe et al., 2001), empathy (IRI - Davis, 1983), impulsivity (UPPS-short – Billieux et al., 2012) and verbal skills (Boutard et al., 2010). Results: We see patterns of multiperpetration, i.e. the more respondents perpetrate psychological dating violence, the more they perpetrate physical dating violence. Regression models show that specific dimensions of empathy and verbal skills hinder dating violence perpetration whereas specific dimensions of impulsivity foster it. Conclusions: This study allows a better understanding of risk and protective factors regarding male-perpetrated psychological and physical dating violence. It also encourages prevention and intervention program to take a closer look at these variables to prevent male-perpetrated dating violence. [less ▲]

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See detailLes logiques de prévention à la radicalisation violente en Belgique et en Allemagne. Un focus sur l’enseignement
Vereshchagin, Anton ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

in Revue Internationale de Criminologie et de Police Technique (2019), 1

Following the recent terrorist attacks, Europe has aknowledged the urgency of investing in prevention in addition to repressive measures. Many projects are carried out throughout Germany and Belgium, each ... [more ▼]

Following the recent terrorist attacks, Europe has aknowledged the urgency of investing in prevention in addition to repressive measures. Many projects are carried out throughout Germany and Belgium, each with their own respective rationales. Intensive work has been carried out by the Belgian and German governments to optimize strategies in preventing radicalization. Prevention against violent radicalization must be transnational in scope, but it is equally important to take into account the particularities of the local context. The multisectoral local approach is one way of developing primary and secondary prevention. By fostering exchange and creating international networks, the different local actors can build on existing good practices and adapt them to the needs of their own environment. Teaching is thus one of the key sectors of primary and secondary prevention.. [less ▲]

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See detailConduites délinquantes des adolescent(e)s? Dépression et bien-être: entre risques et besoins
Kinard, Annabelle ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

in Revue Internationale de Criminologie et de Police Technique et Scientifique (2019)

La criminologie positive est une approche conceptuelle récente qui se centre sur les caractéristiques, les processus et les influences positives qui éloignent l’individu d’une conduite délinquante (Ronel ... [more ▼]

La criminologie positive est une approche conceptuelle récente qui se centre sur les caractéristiques, les processus et les influences positives qui éloignent l’individu d’une conduite délinquante (Ronel & Elisha, 2011). Certains auteurs influencés notamment par ce courant se sont interrogés sur les liens entre la perception subjective du bien-être et les comportements délinquants (Mc Carty & Casey, 2011). Celle-ci est venue complétée une conception théorique davantage centrée sur les facteurs de risque tels que les symptômes dépressifs (Kofler et al., 2011) pouvant mener vers la délinquance. Le Good Lifes Model développé par Ward, Mann et Gannon (2007) s’inscrit dans ce courant en considérant les comportements humains, dont les comportements délinquants, comme une manière de combler certains besoins (primary goods). Ainsi, cette approche ne se centre dès lors plus seulement sur les besoins criminogènes des individus et les risques de récidive mais sur les besoins de développement de soi. Notre recherche se situe dans ce nouveau champ avec comme question générale : « La commission d’une infraction, est-elle une manière de répondre à un besoin important pour l’individu et participe-t-elle au sentiment de bien-être perçu ? » (Nikolic- Ristanovic, 2014 ; Ronel & Elisha, 2011). L’étude porte auprès d’adolescents non judiciarisés (N= 301) dont la délinquance a été évaluée à partir d’échelles de délinquance auto-rapportées, et a analysé les dimensions de bien-être, de dépression, de bonheur subjectif afin de dégager les liens que ces dimensions peuvent avoir avec la délinquance, dans une population tout venante. [less ▲]

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See detailYouth’s Conflict Resolution Strategies in their Dating Relationships
Courtain, Audrey ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

in Journal of Youth and Adolescence (2019), 48

Youth can experience conflicts with their dating partner and then need strategies to solve such conflicts. Research is scarce regarding positive conflict resolution strategies in a dating context ... [more ▼]

Youth can experience conflicts with their dating partner and then need strategies to solve such conflicts. Research is scarce regarding positive conflict resolution strategies in a dating context. Considering research on various interpersonal relationships (e.g. friendships, dating, marriage), the present study examined how dimensions of empathy, verbal skills and impulsivity can contribute to the use of positive conflict resolution strategies in dating relationships. The sample is made up of 813 youth attending secondary schools or a regional college (71.7% female, mean age=18.9, age range 14.2-24.9). They completed self-administered questionnaires investigating positive conflict resolution strategies, as well as dimensions of empathy (i.e., fantasy, perspective-taking, empathic concern and personal distress), verbal skills (similarities and figurative language) and impulsivity (positive urgency, negative urgency, lack of premeditation, lack of perseverance and sensation seeking). The results reveal sex differences and developmental improvements on several factors. The findings showed that specific dimensions of empathy and verbal skills foster the use of positive conflict resolution strategies whereas specific dimensions of impulsivity and one dimension of empathy hamper it. Both sexes shared a common correlate: the propensity toward perspective-taking fostered the use of positive conflict resolution strategies. In addition to highlighting correlates of positive conflict resolution strategies in dating relationships, this study can contribute to programs dedicated to the promotion of healthy dating relationships among adolescents and emerging adults. [less ▲]

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See detailMeasuring dating violence: Conflict or non-conflict related instructions?
Courtain, Audrey ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

in European Review of Applied Psychology (2019), 69

Introduction. – Dating violence, as well as the broader field of intimate partner violence, has mainly been investigated with two conflict-related questionnaires (Conflict in Adolescent Dating ... [more ▼]

Introduction. – Dating violence, as well as the broader field of intimate partner violence, has mainly been investigated with two conflict-related questionnaires (Conflict in Adolescent Dating Relationship Inventory CADRI, Conflict Tactics Scale CTS). Indeed, the respondents have to report aggressive behaviors that occurred in a context of conflict. Such conflict-related instructions prevent us from investigating violence occurring outside a context of conflict. Objective. – The aim of the study was to explore whether the use of a conflict-related or a non-conflict-related version of the CADRI could impact dating violence prevalences and scores, and to investigate conceptual issues associated with conflict-related questionnaires.Method. – A total of 186 participants ranging in age from 16 to 23 years (M = 18.93, SD = 1.52, 64.5%girls) were administered a new version of the CADRI (i.e. with non-conflict related instructions) and then the original version of the CADRI (i.e. with conflict-related instructions). The instrument investigated threatening behaviors, relational, physical, sexual and verbal dating violence. Results. – For several forms of dating violence, prevalence rates and scores decreased from the non-conflict-related version to the conflict-related version: males showed more frequent drops than females.There were more frequent gender differences for rates and scores on the conflict-related version than onthe non-conflict-related version. Conclusion. – The use of non-conflict-related instructions is an opportunity not to limit the study of dating violence to behaviors occurring during a conflict or an argument. It allows a broader understanding ofdating violence beyond any conflict-related instruction. [less ▲]

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See detailLa clinique en situations extrêmes : Questions d'engagement ?
Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

Conference (2018, December 12)

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See detailViolences Conjugales et Politiques Publiques : le Paradigme de la Désistance pour la gestion des Auteurs de Violences entre Partenaires Intimes
Dziewa, Amandine ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

in Revue Internationale de Criminologie et de Police Technique et Scientifique (2018)

Most of the research in the field of domestic violence, in psychology and criminology has focused on dynamics of violence (cycle of violence) ; the impact of violence on victims and recidivism for ... [more ▼]

Most of the research in the field of domestic violence, in psychology and criminology has focused on dynamics of violence (cycle of violence) ; the impact of violence on victims and recidivism for perpetrators. The attention was put on risk factors increasing the probability of committing domestic violence. Protective factors and the processes of desistance have so far been little studied. The study of the cessation of conjugal violence poses the question, in this particular context, of relation and temporality. While the cyclic nature of intimate partner violence confronts us with an additional difficulty to define desistance, the few studies in this area highlight the importance of considering both partners and their interactions. Experiences within the couple, such as parenting, certain motivations of the relationship, and other factors of change among perpetrators of violence, help to understand the cessation of these violent behaviors. This article aims to discuss the conceptualization of desistance in context of domestic violence. [less ▲]

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See detailEtre mère en contexte de violences conjugales : un défi, support de résilience
Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

in Observatoire (L') (2018), 97

La violence conjugale affecte bien souvent l'exercice de la parentalité des mères qui en sont les victimes. Or, la qualité de la relation mère-enfant est un facteur essentiel pour atténuer les effets ... [more ▼]

La violence conjugale affecte bien souvent l'exercice de la parentalité des mères qui en sont les victimes. Or, la qualité de la relation mère-enfant est un facteur essentiel pour atténuer les effets néfastes sur l'enfant de l'exposition à la violence agie et/ou subie par les parents. Cet article montre cependant que ces mères ont tendance à développer une identité parentale positive et à être animées par le besoin de se sentir et d'être reconnues comme compétentes et "bonnes mères". Leur parentalité et leurs préoccupations maternelles peuvent même être considérées comme un support de résilience... [less ▲]

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See detailAdolescents délinquants en transition vers l’âge adulte : analyse du processus de désistance à partir de leur récit
Puglia, Rosa ULiege; Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

in Approches inductives (2018), 5(2), 71-101

Cette recherche a pour objectif de comprendre le processus de désistance à partir de l’étude du récit de trois adolescents délinquants récidivistes. Pour ce faire, ces jeunes en transition vers l’âge ... [more ▼]

Cette recherche a pour objectif de comprendre le processus de désistance à partir de l’étude du récit de trois adolescents délinquants récidivistes. Pour ce faire, ces jeunes en transition vers l’âge adulte ont réalisé un entretien semi-directif puis ont répondu à quelques questionnaires. Les données collectées ont été analysées en suivant la méthode de l’Interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA), dont l’objectif est de comprendre un phénomène en profondeur (Smith & Osboren, 2003). L’analyse fait émerger une série de thèmes dont la complexité de sortir de la délinquance, le sentiment d’ambivalence, la balance décisionnelle et le poids de l’entourage. [less ▲]

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See detailFemmes et migration, des défis aux projets : Parcours de Résilience
Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2018)

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