Interpersonal Violence/Victimology

Explores interpersonal violence, defined as abuse that occurs between people who know each other and that can occur within or outside a family setting. This abuse involves one person who uses power and control over another through physical, sexual, or emotional threats or actions; economic control; isolation; or other kinds of coercive behavior. Explores different types of interpersonal violence, including physical abuse, bullying, dating/relationship violence, gang violence, and sexual violence.

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Classes


Course: Interpersonal Violence/Victimology (22452)

Hybrid/In Person > 50% online
Location: Stevens Point
Duration: 3/28/2023 - 5/16/2023

Days & Time:

Tues: 1:00 PM - 3:50 PM

Facility:

118 Classroom ST PT

Instructor:

Courtney Kostuchowski

Tuition and Fees: $460.68

Out of State Tuition and Fees: $460.68

Status:Active Seats Available:11
Essential Class Information: This class uses various types of instruction. Blackboard is used for the online portion of instructi ...

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Interpersonal Violence/Victimology


Catalog #10504159
Undergraduate