WOMS 240 WOMEN AND VIOLENCE STUDY GUIDE FINAL EXAM In preparation for the final exam I have created an outline below of material you should know. I have created this from the study guides for weeks 914 Intimate Partner Violence Domestic Violence what are the similarities and differences between hetero and homosexual partner abuse legal court history of DV including details of VAWA What factors impact police responses Child Abuse Neglect causes of child abuse neglect theoretical models characteristics or different forms of CAN Elder Abuse definitions of 2 or 3 theoretical explanations for EA Sexual HarassmentStalking definition and characteristics of sexual harassment and stalking myths about stalkers different theories used to explain sexual harassment legal basis of laws regarding sexual harassment stalking suggested recommendations to handle stalking cases Court cases that have impacted legal status of SH Stalking PornographyProstitution what are the arguments about the impact of prostitution and pornography on male sexuality know at least 4 different theoretical interpretations and their political solutions to pornography explain African American womens critique of porn know the different legal strategies formulated to respond to prostitution explain the different perspectives on prostitution the feminist critique, the arguments of sex workers, pro prostitution arguments and conservative critique myths about prostitutes vulnerability to violence Solutions WHO 7 Strategies With regard to specific readings please review your notes to be clear about the following questions (which are directly off previous study guides) What are the three types of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) that Johnson addresses? Why do we need to make distinctions between types of IPV? What is the important difference between these types? Why does Johnson argue gender analysis is a crucial tool to understanding IPV? What are the five reasons Johnson argues gender is implicated in IPV? According to the Erbaugh, how does an understanding of homophobia, heteronormativity and heterosexism help expand our understanding of DV? What role do these play in the context of IPV for LGBTIQ vicims? What is meant by victim perpetrator binary and how is this analysis layered with gendered assumptions?