Coercive control within the context of social entrapment allows us to better assess situations of
domestic and family violence risks that jeopardise the safety of women and children. The concepts of
coercive control and social entrapment provide an in-depth understanding of the complex dynamics
that allows perpetrators to establish and maintain control over their partner or their ex-partner. This
symposium creates an opportunity to collectively and collaboratively explore these key conceptual
models used to understand domestic and family violence.
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