He Hits, She Hits: Assessing debates regarding men’s and women’s experiences of domestic violence (Seminar)
The debate over men’s versus women’s domestic violence is increasingly prominent, both in academic scholarship and in popular culture. We have always known that both men and women are capable of using violence, and that both men and women are the victims of violence. At the same time, domestic violence has long been understood to be a problem largely of violence by men, against women and children.
Please see the attached documents below for the full text of this seminar, the Powerpoint slides which accompanied it, and a summary of the seminar published in the CDFReader (Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research).