Reference : Analyse des processus cognitifs de justification et de désengagement moral chez des a...
Scientific congresses and symposiums : Unpublished conference/Abstract
Law, criminology & political science : Criminology
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/224472
Analyse des processus cognitifs de justification et de désengagement moral chez des auteurs présumés de violences conjugales selon la reconnaissance ou non des faits.
French
[en] Analysis of justification and moral disengagement cognitive processes amongst alleged perpetrators of intimate partner violence depending on offense recognition.
Garcet, Serge mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Dép. de criminologie : Ecole liégeoise de crimino J.Constant > Victimologie >]
5-Jun-2018
Yes
No
International
XVI colloque de l’Association internationale des criminologues de langue française (AICLF)
03 au 05 juin 2018
AICLF
Lausanne
Suisse
[fr] Violence conjugale ; Auteurs ; théories implicites
[en] reconnaissance des faits ; Neutralisation morale
[en] The cognitive mechanisms of moral disengagement contribute to delinquency, and allow the reiteration of intimate partner violence. These mechanisms can be understood through the implicit theories developed by the perpetrators about transgressive behavior, the link between the action and its effects, or the ways the partner is perceived. This study analyzed the first police hearing of 69 alleged perpetrators of intimate partner violence in total, partial or no confession in order to determine whether or not preferential mechanisms of justification and moral disengagement appeared according to the recognition of the offense. The analysis grid of the hearing was based on Ward & Keenan model, which was adapted to intimate partner violence. 268 corpora of justification were generated and grouped according to themes, to which an additional category was added in order to apprehend all corpora.
Researchers ; Professionals
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/224472

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