men, masculinities and gender politics

Authors

c) Domestic violence in particular

Note: Also see “Violence” above. See references below for works specifically on men’s subjection to domestic violence and women’s perpetration of violence.

 

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Dobash, Russell P., R. Emerson Dobash, Kate Cavanagh, and Ruth Lewis. (1998). Separate and intersecting realities: A comparison of men’s and women’s accounts of violence against women. Violence Against Women, 4(4), August, pp. 382-414.

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Easteal, Patricia W. (1993). Homicide Between Adult Sexual Intimates: A Research Agenda. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 26(1), pp. 3-18.

Easteal, Patricia W. (1993). Killing the Beloved: Homicide Between Adult Sexual Intimates. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Easteal, Patricia W. (1994). Marital Violence Among the Overseas-Born in Australia: Failure of Multiculturalism’s Fair Go?. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 29(3), pp. 219-240.

Easteal, Patricia W. (1994). Sexual Intimate Homicides Involving Overseas-Born in Australia: The Tip of the Domestic Violence iceberg?. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 29(3), August.

Easteal, Patricia W. (1996). Broken Promises: Violence Against Immigrant Women in the Home. Alternative Law Journal, 21(2), pp. 53-57, 63.

Easteal, Patricia W. (1996). Domestic Violence in Immigrant Communities. BIMPR Bulletin, 17, pp. 42-46.

Easteal, Patricia W. (1996). Double Jeopardy: Violence Against Immigrant Women in the Home. Family Matters, No. 45, Spring/Summer, pp. 26-30.

Easteal, Patricia W. (1996). Shattered Dreams: Marital Violence Against Overseas-Born Women in Australia. Not the Same: Conference Proceedings and a Strategy on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault for Non-English Speaking Background Women, Melbourne: DVIRC and Office of the Status of Women, pp. 35-37.

Easteal, Patricia W. (1996). Shattered Dreams: Marital Violence Against Overseas-Born Women in Australia. Canberra: AGPS.

Easteal, Patricia W., and S. Easteal. (1992). Attitudes and Practices of Doctors Towards Spouse Assault Victims: An Australian Study. Violence and Victims, 7(3), pp. 217-228, Summer.

Edwards, Susan. (1989). Policing Domestic Violence: Women, the Law, and the State. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

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Ernst, Amy A. et.al. (1997). Domestic Violence in an inner-City ED. Annals of Emergency Medicine, August, 30(2).

Evans, Ilsa. (2001). Desperate Lovers and Wanton Women: Press representations of domestic violence. Hecate, 27(2).

Evans, Ilsa. (2002). Picturesque falsehoods: An examination of romantic love, the press & domestic violence. Outskirts: Feminisms along the edge, [http://www.chloe.uwa.edu.au/outskirts/article4.html] Accessed 30 October.

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Feldman, C.M., and C.A. Ridley. (1995). The Etiology and Treatment of Domestic Violence Between Adult Partners. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 2(4), Winter, pp. 317-348.

Ferrante, Anna, Frank Morgan, David Indermaur and Richard Harding. (1996). Measuring the Extent of Domestic Violence. Perth: Hawkins Press (Crime Research Centre, University of Western Australia).

Finkelhor, David et.al. (eds.). (1983). The Dark Side of Families: Current Family Violence Research. Beverley Hills: Sage Publications.

Finkelhor, David, Gerald T. Hotaling, and Kersti Yllo. (eds.). (1988). Stopping Family Violence: Research Priorities for the Coming Decade. Newbury Park: Sage Publications.

Flowers, Ronald B. (1994). The Victimization and Exploitation of Women and Children: A Study of Physical, Mental and Sexual Maltreatment in the United States. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co..

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Foshee, Vangie A. et.al. (1999). Family Violence and the Perpetration of Adolescent Dating Violence: Examining Social Learning and Social Control Processes. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 61, May.

Gadd, David,. (2002). Masculinities and violence against female partners. Social & Legal Studies, 11(1), pp. 61-80.

Gagne, Patricia. (1996). Identity, Strategy, and Feminist Politics: Clemency for Battered Women Who Kill. Social Problems, 43(1), February.

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Gelles, Richard J., and Donileen Loseke. (eds.). (1993). Current Controversies in Family Violence. CA: Sage.

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