Understanding and Treating Incels (häftad)
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Taylor, Chris
black and white 43 Illustrations 11 Halftones, black and white 32 Tables black and white
32 Tables, black and white; 11 Halftones, black and white; 11 Illustrations, black and white
226 x 152 x 18 mm
409 g
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23:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
Understanding and Treating Incels (häftad)

Understanding and Treating Incels

Case Studies, Guidance, and Treatment of Violence Risk in the Involuntary Celibate Community

Häftad Engelska, 2020-11-30
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Understanding and Treating Incels is an indispensable guide for mental health clinical staff, social workers, prevention specialists, educators, and threat assessment professionals who want to better understand the involuntary celibate movement, assess individuals' potential for violence, and offer treatment approaches and prevention efforts. Chapters explore the movement in terms of gender, technology, the media, and pornography usage. The book discusses how the incel mentality has motivated individuals to misogynistic worldviews and increased rage and disillusionment, and inspired acts of targeted violence such as school shootings and mass casualty events. Later chapters walk the reader through three cases studies and offer treatment considerations to assist mental health professionals and those developing education and prevention-based programming. The complete text gives the reader useful perspectives and insights into incel culture while offering mental health clinicians and educators guidance on treatment and prevention efforts.
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"In Understanding and Treating Incels, Van Brunt and Taylor take on a timely, uncomfortable, under-researched, and dangerous form of misogyny. The text provides a methodical examination of the state of knowledge, case examples, and prospective interventions to address the dysfunction and trauma associated with incel ideologies, both by the men who have internalized limiting and cynical notions of manhood and the people at risk of being subjected to their harmful expressions. The text is comprehensive, accessible, and actionable for practitioners and scholars alike." - Jason A. Laker, professor, Department of Counselor Education, San Jose State University, California

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Brian Van Brunt serves as the president of the National Behavioral Intervention Team Association (NaBITA) and a partner at The NCHERM Group. Chris Taylor serves as the dean of students at Wright State University.


Preface Part 1: Introduction 1. To Be a Real Boy 2. The Rise of the Incel Part 2: Etiology of the Incel 3. Masculine Identity Development and the Incel 4. The Incel Funnel and the Influence of Religion, Technology, and Pornography Part 3: Incel Questionnaire and Rubric 5. Incel Indoctrination Rubric (IIR) 6. Incel Cases by Rubric Category Part 4: Assessing the Risk 7. Identifying the Risk Factors 8. Identifying Stabilizing Influences 9. Conducting a Violence Risk Assessment Part 5: Three Case Studies in Assessment and Treatment 10. Incel Treatment Approaches 11. Assessment and Treatment Approaches: Junior High 12. Assessment and Treatment Approaches: College 13. Assessment and Treatment Approaches: Workplace Part 6: Community and Systems Approach 14. Addressing the Incel through the BIT/CARE Model Appendices Index