men, masculinities and gender politics

Authors

f) Working with perpetrators or offenders

Note: This section covers working with perpetrators of domestic violence, sexual assault, child sexual assault and other associated crimes, as well as self help works in these areas. Also see “Domestic Violence in Particular” below.

Abracen, J., and J. Looman. (2004). Issues in the treatment of sexual offenders: Recent developments and directions for future research. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 9(3): 229-246.

Adams, David, and A. McCormick. (1982). Men unlearning violence: A group approach based on a collective model. In Roy, M. (ed.). The Abusive Partner: An Analysis of Domestic Battering. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

Adams, David. (1988a). Stages of anti-sexist awareness and change for abusive men. In Dickstein, L. and Nadelson, C. (eds). Family Violence. Washington DC: Appi Press.

Adams, David. (1988b). Treatment models of men who batter: A profeminist analysis. In Yllo, Kirsti and Bograd, Michelle. (eds). Feminist Perspectives on Wife Abuse. London: Sage

Adams, David. (1989). Feminist-based interventions for battering men. In Caesar, L. and Hamberger, K. (eds). Therapeutic Interventions With Batterers: Theory and Practice. New York: Springer.

Allan, Robert L., and Paul Kivel. (1994). Men changing men. Ms, 5(2), September/October (Special Issue on Domestic Violence), pp. 50-53.

Astor, Hilary. (1990). Domestic violence and mediation. Australian Dispute Resolution Journal, 1(3), August

Astor, Hilary. (1991). Mediation and Violence Against Women. Paper for the National Committee on Violence Against Women, December

Astor, Hilary. (1994). Swimming against the tide: Keeping violent men out of mediation. In Stubbs, Julie. (ed.). Women, Male Violence and the Law. Sydney: Institute of Criminology.

Auchter, Bernard. (ed.). (2008). Violence Against Women, February, Vol. 14, No. 2.
A Longitudinal Study of Arrested Batterers, 1995-2005: Career Criminals / Andrew R. Klein and Terri Tobin (136-157).
Resistance Among Domestic Violence Offenders: Measurement Development and Initial Validation / Deborah A. Levesque, Wayne F. Velicer, Patricia H. Castle, and R. Neil Greene (158-184).
Does Judicial Monitoring Deter Domestic Violence Recidivism?: Results of a Quasi-Experimental Comparison in the Bronx / Michael Rempel, Melissa Labriola, and Robert C. Davis (185-207).
Implementation of Case Management for Batterer Program Participants / Edward W. Gondolf (208-225).
Findings From an Outcome Examination of Rhode Island’s Specialized Domestic Violence Probation Supervision Program: Do Specialized Supervision Programs of Batterers Reduce Reabuse? / Andrew R. Klein and Ann Crowe (226-246).

Augusta-Scott, and T. Augusta-Scott. (2003) Dichotomies in the power and control story: Exploring multiple stories about men who choose abuse in intimate relationships. In Responding to violence: A collection of papers relating to child sexual abuse and violence in intimate relationships, pp. 204-224. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.

Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault (ACSSA). (2006). Sexual violence offenders: prevention and intervention approaches. ACSSA Issues No. 5, June.

Australian Psychologist. (2002). Volume 37, Number 3, November;
The rehabilitation of offenders: Introduction / Tony Ward.
An overview of offender rehabilitation: Something old, something borrowed, something new / Clive R. Hollin.
“We are neutral therapists”: Psychology, the state and social control / Mark Brown.
The management of risk and the design of good lives / Tony Ward.
Therapeutic jurisprudence and “good lives”: a rehabilitation framework for corrections / Astrid Birgden.
Culturally relevant assessment of indigenous Offenders: a literature review / Robin Jones, Mary Masters, Alison Griffiths, Nicole Moulday.
Treatment needs of female offenders: a review / Laura Sorbello, Lynne Eccleston, Tony Ward, Robin Jones.
The rehabilitation of child sex offenders / Anthony R. Beech and Dawn D. Fisher.
Rehabilitating rapists: Reconsidering the issues / Devon L. L. Polaschek and Lucy L. King.
Grasping the nettle: Treating and rehabilitating the violent offender / Kevin Howells and Andrew Day.
Rehabilitation of the mentally disordered offender / Lorraine Childs and Philip Brinded.
The RUSH program -- real understanding of self-help: a suicide and self-harm prevention initiative within a prison setting / Lynne Eccleston and Laura Sorbello.
Offender rehabilitation: From “nothing works” to what next? / James R. P. Ogloff.

Babcock, J. C., C. E. Green, and C. Robie. (2004). Does batterers’ treatment work? A meta-analytic review of domestic violence treatment. Clinical Psychology Review, 23(8): 1023-1053.

Babcock, Julia C., Charles E. Green, and Chet Robie. (2004). Does Batterers’ Treatment Work? A meta-analytic review of domestic violence treatment. Clinical Psychology Review, Volume 23, Issue 8, January, pp. 1023-1053.

Barnes, R., & Donovan, C. (2016). Developing interventions for abusive partners in lesbian, gay bisexual and/or transgender relationships. In S. Hilder, & V. Bettinson (Ed.), Domestic violence: Interdisciplinary perspectives on protection, prevention and intervention. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Brown, Catrina, and Tod Augusta-Scott. (eds.). (2007). Narrative Therapy: Making Meaning, Making Lives. Sage.
Includes;
Augusta-Scott, T. (2007) “Conversations with men about women’s violence: Ending men’s violence by challenging gender essentialism”. pp.197-210. (got copy in PDF)
Augusta-Scott, T. (2007) Letters from prison: Re-authoring identity with men who have perpetrated sexual violence. pp.251-268.

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Campbell, Marcie, Neil, Jenny A., Jaffe, Peter G & Kelly, Tim. (2010). Engaging abusive men in seeking community intervention: a critical research & practice priority, Journal of Family Violence, 23(5), 343–351.

Cant, R, R. Downie, C. Fisher, P. Henry, and I. Froyland. (2002). Evaluation of perpetrator programs for mandated and voluntary participants in Western Australia. Perth: Centre for Research for Women.

Catlett, B., M. Toews, et al. (2010). Men’s Gendered Constructions of Intimate Partner Violence as Predictors of Court-Mandated Batterer Treatment Drop Out. American Journal of Community Psychology 45(1): 107-123.

Cavanagh, Kate, and Ruth Lewis. (1996). Interviewing violent men: Challenge or compromise?. In Cavanagh, Kate and Cree, Viviene E. (eds). Working With Men: Feminism and Social Work. London & New York: Routledge

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Cismaru M., and A.M. Lavack. (2011). Campaigns targeting perpetrators of intimate partner violence. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 12(4): 183-197.

Coleman, E., S.M. Dwyer, and N.J. Pallone. (1996). Sex Offender Treatment: Biological Dysfunction, Intrapsychic Conflict, Interpersonal Violence. New York: Haworth Press.

Costello, S. (2006). Invitations to collusion: a case for greater scrutiny of men’s behaviour change programs. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 27(1): 38-47.

Cowburn, Malcolm, and H. Pengelly. (1999). Values and processes in groupwork with men. In Working with Men for Change, ed. Wild J. London; UCL Press.

Cowburn, Malcolm, and P. Modi. (1995). Justice in an Unjust Context: Implications for working with adult male sex offenders. In Ward, D. and Lacey, M. R., Probation: Working for Justice, London, Whiting and Birch, pp. 185-207.

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Cowburn, Malcolm. (1992). Changing Men: a practice guide to working with adult male sex offenders. Jointly with Wilson, C. & Loewenstein, P. (eds.). Nottingham; Nottinghamshire Probation Service.

Cowburn, Malcolm. (1996). The Black Male Sex Offender in Prison: images and issues. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 2(2): 122-142.

Cowburn, Malcolm. (1998). A Man’s World: Gender Issues in Working with Male Sex Offenders in Prison. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, Volume 37, Issue 3, pp. 234-251, August.

Cowburn, Malcolm. (2000). Consultancy to groupwork programmes for adult male sex offenders: some reflections on knowledge and processes. British Journal of Social Work, 30, 635-648.

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Day, Andrew, Donna Chung, Patrick O’Leary, Donna Justo, Susan Moore, Ed Carson, and Adam Gerace. (2010). Integrated responses to domestic violence: Legally mandated intervention programs for male perpetrators. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, No. 404. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Dobash, Rebecca Emerson, and Russell P. Dobash. (1992). Therapeutic accounts of the violent man. pp. 235-250 in Women, Violence and Social Change. London & New York: Routledge.

Dobash, Rebecca Emerson, and Russell P. Dobash. (1996). Men’s violence and innovative programs focused on change. Paper to the Conference International Perspectives on Violence Against Women: Evaluating New Initiatives. Sydney, 29 August

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Edleson, Jeffrey. (1995). Do batterers’ programs work?. Paper to International Study Group on the Future of Intervention With Battered Women and Their Families, Haifa, Israel, 19-21 March

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Foster, Robert, and Edward Gondolf. (1989). From social worker to batterer counselor. Response, 12(3), pp. 3-5.

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Gondolf, E. W. (2004). Evaluating batterer counseling programs: A difficult task showing some effects and implications. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 9(6): 605-631.

Gondolf, E. W. (2011). The weak evidence for batterer program alternatives. Aggression and Violent Behavior 16(4): 347-353.

Gondolf, E.W. (2015). Gender-based perspectives on batterer programs: Program leaders on history, approach, research, and development. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. 

Gondolf, Edward, and Barbara Hart. (1994). Lethality and dangerousness assessments. Violence Update, 4(10), pp. 7-10.

Gondolf, Edward, and David Russell. (1986). The case against anger control treatment programs for batterers. Response, 9(3), pp. 2-5

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Gondolf, Edward, and Robert Foster. (1989). From Social worker to batterer counselor. Response, 12(3), pp. 3-5.

Gondolf, Edward, and Robert Foster. (1991). Wife abuse among V.A. alcohol rehabilitation patients. Hospital And Community Psychiatry, 42(1), pp. 74-79.

Gondolf, Edward. (1985). Anger and oppression in men who Batter: Empiricist and feminist perspectives and their implications for research. Victimology, Vol. 10 No’s 1-4.

Gondolf, Edward. (1985). Men Who Batter: An Integrated Approach to Stopping Wife Abuse. Holmes Beach, FL: Learning Publications.

Gondolf, Edward. (1987). Seeing through smoke and mirrors: A guide to batterer program evaluations. Response, 10(3), pp. 16-19.

Gondolf, Edward. (1988). The state of the debate: A review essay on woman battering. Response, 11(3), pp. 3-8.

Gondolf, Edward. (1989). Man Against Woman: What Every Woman Should Know About Violent Men. Blue Ridge Summit, PA: Tab Books.

Gondolf, Edward. (1991). A Victim-based assessment of court-mandated counseling for batterers. Criminal Justice Review, 16(1), pp. 214-226.

Gondolf, Edward. (1992). Discussion of violence in psychiatric evaluations. Journal Of Interpersonal Violence, 7(3), pp. 334-349.

Gondolf, Edward. (1993). Male batterers. In Hampton, Robert. (ed.). Family Violence: Prevention and Treatment. Newbury Park, CA: Sage, pp. 230-257.

Gondolf, Edward. (1995). Alcohol abuse, wife assault, and power needs. Social Service Review, 69(2), pp. 274-284.

Gondolf, Edward. (1997). Batterer programs: What we know and need to know. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 12(1), February.

Gondolf, Edward. (1999). A comparison of four batterer intervention systems: Do court referral, program length, and services matter? Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 14(1), January: 41-61.

Gondolf, Edward. (1999). Characteristics of court-mandated batterers in four cities. Violence Against Women, 5(11), November.

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Includes;
5. Studying battered women and batterers: Feminist perspectives on methodology.
7. Conjoint therapy with violent couples: Some valid considerations.
9. Treating the batterer / Edward W. Gondolf.
18. Intervening with violent families: Directions for future generations of therapists.

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Journals

 

International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology

Journal of Interpersonal Violence

Violence Against Women

Violence and Abuse Abstracts: Current Literature in Interpersonal Violence

Violence and Victims

Women Against Violence: An Australian Feminist Journal (began 1996, CASA house, Melbourne)