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         Domestic Violence Against Men:     more books (26)
  1. A Call for Injustice: Domestic Violence Against Men by Gene Moore, 2008-03-31
  2. Leading the fight.(Family)(In Ann Kneeland's campaign against domestic violence in Lane County, men have an important role to play): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  3. What Causes Men's Violence Against Women?
  4. Intimate partner violence against aboriginal men in Canada.: An article from: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology by Douglas A. Brownridge, 2010-08-01
  5. Men to men consultation.(FEMNET organizes program for men against gender-based violence): An article from: Femnet News
  6. To be or not to be a man.(educating men to stop violence against women): An article from: Femnet News by Augustine Musopole, 2001-09-01
  7. Women Murdered by the Men They Loved (Haworth Women's Studies) by Ellen Cole, Esther D Rothblum, et all 1992-10-21
  8. Men's Violence Against Women: Theory, Research, and Activism by Christopher Kilmartin, Julie Allison, 2007-03-28
  9. Changing Violent Men (SAGE Series on Violence against Women) by Rebecca Emerson Dobash, Russell P. Dobash, et all 1999-10-12
  10. Locked in A Violent Embrace: Understanding and Intervening in Domestic Violence (SAGE Series on Violence against Women) by Dr. Zvi C. Eisikovits, Dr. Eli Buchbinder, 2000-04-15
  11. The economic recession and intimate partner violence: imbalances in the traditional roles of men and women can put women at risk of violence from men, ... from: The Journal of Employee Assistance by Sheetal Ranjan, Chitra Raghavan, 2010-04-01
  12. Domestic Abuse Against Men in Scotland (Central Research Unit Papers) by Central Research Unit Scottish Executive, 2002-07-01
  13. Same-Sex Domestic Violence: Strategies for Change (SAGE Series on Violence against Women)
  14. Batterer Intervention Systems (SAGE Series on Violence against Women) by Dr. Edward W. Gondolf, 2001-12-15

41. Women Against Domestic Violence - Support Members
It is our purpose to empower both men and women to do the right thing. Andthe right thing is to speak out against domestic violence.
Click on Link Home Site Map E-mail WADV,Inc. Become a Member Shelter Members only WADV,Inc Store Support Member Page Board of Directors Poetry Gallery Helpful Resources Men's Abuse Links Spouses of DV Survivors Child Abuse WADV,Inc Bookstore What's New? Webrings we belong to Member Stories We are SURVIVORS! Parenting Tips Lessons Learned Teens and DV Housing Links Site of the Month DV Memorial DV Law Message board Effects of DV on children Women's Issues Excuses Abusers Give Food Banks What can you do to help? Healthy Relationships Member Independence Days List your site with our webring Apply for an Award Banners of Support Parental Alienation Syndrome Guestbook SAFETY - CLEAN UP YOUR TRACKS ON THE INTERNET Thank you for your interest in joining us to end domestic violence. As a support member you will be emailed a support member graphic to display on your website to proclaim your support of WADV's commitment to stop domestic violence and a once-a-month WADV newsletter. We would be honored to have you join. Join as a Support Member SIGN THIS PETITION We have written a petition in hopes of getting enough signatures to get laws changed.

42. ORGANIZATIONS - Againt Domestic Violence Of The PWOTW®
men against domestic violence; men Stopping violence dedicated to ending theconditions that enable and perpetuate men’s violence against women, with a
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  • Family Violence Prevention Fund - includes statistics and an area that spotlights celebrities accused of domestic violence.
  • Abused Men Association - provides male victims of domestic violence with education, prevention, intervention, legal assistance, shelters, and counseling.

43. International Day For The Elimination Of Violence Against Women
men helping to end violence against women and girls. Violent crimes committed againstwomen and girls like domestic violence, sexual assault and trafficking
Men helping to end violence against women and girls
Violent crimes committed against women and girls - like domestic violence, sexual assault and trafficking - continue to be pervasive in Australia and around the world. Violence against women and girls affects everyone in the community - including men and boys. Men's lives are personally affected if their girlfriends, wives, daughters, mothers, grandmothers or sisters experience violence or the threat of violence. Harmful attitudes and beliefs in the community are an important part of the problem. Helping to tackle these will help build a community that is safer for women and girls. Men can play a significant role here. Click here to view Statement from Men Against Sexual Assault The majority of men do not condone the use of physical or sexual violence against women and want to help reduce the violence. There are many ways that men in the community and business sectors can play a role to stop violence against women and girls. Some of these are listed below.
What can you do?

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46. Domestic Violence
What is violence or abuse? Explanation of psychological and physical abuse.Category Health mental Health Psychological Abuse...... violence against women is only part of the problem. This is known as the hidden sideof domestic violence. and sadly this adds to the reluctance men have to
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Domestic violence ... are you a victim?
Violence in the home is a crime we are all becoming more aware of each year. In the UK a quarter of all reported violent crimes are domestic. In the US the estimate of the number ranges from 960,000 incidents of violence against a current or former partner to four million each year. But domestic violence is also a world-wide problem. What is violence - or abuse? It is about power, and this can be about controlling a partner by either physical or emotional abuse. It is rarely a one-off event. There are also many different forms of abuse, and physical attack is only one of them. Perhaps most of us think of a black eye or broken arm, but sex can be used as a way of dominating a partner. So can ridicule. So can control of family finance. So, too, can shouting and screaming. Does your partner accuse you of all manner of ‘crimes’? These may even be everyday events, such as looking out of the car window to look at other men or talking for too long to friends and family on the telephone! Jealousy is a formidable spur for many attacks. Do you feel under threat of violence? Have you been on the receiving end of a violent attack? Do you have to ‘account’ for time spent away from home? Does emotional or verbal abuse play a part in your relationship?

47. Violence Against Women In The United States
violence against WOmen. women die in this country as a result of domestic violence,the euphemism Women are 10 times more likely than men to be victimized by an
MURDER . Every day four women die in this country as a result of domestic violence, the euphemism for murders and assaults by husbands and boyfriends. That's approximately 1,400 women a year, according to the FBI. The number of women who have been murdered by their intimate partners is greater than the number of soldiers killed in the Vietnam War. BATTERING . Although only 572,000 reports of assault by intimates are officially reported to federal officials each year, the most conservative estimates indicate two to four million women of all races and classes are battered each year. At least 170,000 of those violent incidents are serious enough to require hospitalization, emergency room care or a doctor's attention. SEXUAL ASSAULT . Every year approximately 132,000 women report that they have been victims of rape or attempted rape, and more than half of them knew their attackers. It's estimated that two to six times that many women are raped, but do not report it. Every year 1.2 million women are forcibly raped by their current or former male partners, some more than once. THE TARGETS . Women are 10 times more likely than men to be victimized by an intimate. Young women, women who are separated, divorced or single, low- income women and African-American women are disproportionately victims of assault and rape. Domestic violence rates are five times higher among families below poverty levels, and severe spouse abuse is twice as likely to be committed by unemployed men as by those working full time. Violent attacks on lesbians and gay men have become two to three times more common than they were prior to 1988.

48. The Scottish Parliament: CPG On Men's Violence Against Women And Children
issue of men's violence against women and children. It is intended that the remitbe broad enough to include the issues of rape, domestic violence, physical
Search and Site Map
Cross-Party Groups
Regulation of Cross-Party Groups
Cross-Party Group in the Scottish Parliament on Men's Violence Against Women and Children
Forthcoming meetings:
Minutes 22 January 2003
Presentation 22 January 2003
Minutes 11th December 2002
MInutes 13 November 2002
Minutes 1 August 2001
Purpose of the Group
The purpose of the group is to establish a forum for debate on the issue of men's violence against women and children. It is intended that the remit be broad enough to include the issues of rape, domestic violence, physical and emotional and sexual abuse. The work of the group will focus on the 3P's: prevention, protection and provision. Bulletin
Group Members
Dorothy-Grace Elder
Margaret Ewing

Adam Ingram

Johann Lamont
Sandra White
Linda Watson Brown
Juliet Casey
Sarah Nelson - Research Fellow in Sociology at Edinburgh University Heather Williams, party researcher

49. Men's Experience Of Domestic Violence
Understanding domestic violence is key to making safe changes, because how we think Overwhelmingly,it is a social problem of men's violence against women and
Anger Management? Men's Stories No Excuses National Statistics ... Children's Wheels Domestic Violence Centre
PO Box 106 126
Auckland 1001
Aotearoa/New Zealand Crisisline Office Fax E-mail Men's experience of domestic violence -
What men can do to create non-violent change
This web site is not about relationship problems. Many men are in pain because of problems in their relationship with a woman partner. Fortunately there are many resources in our community for those men - phone support services, counsellors, therapists, drop-in centres, and social service agencies. We encourage men to seek help. There are a small number of men who are victims of domestic violence. They are entitled to be safe and free of abuse. Our agency provides crisisline and call out services for male victims of domestic violence (usually after a police response). This web site is about stopping the violence and fear created when men abuse their partners and families in private.

50. Men And Domestic Violence
Part of domestic violence involves battered husbands is to deny the stories men haveshared shared about their own unprovoked violence against their significant
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Domestic Violence - Another Perspective
Chances are We're All Part of the Problem

Signs of Domestic Violence

Super Bowl Myths: Nonsense, Bad Data, Have Sullied Reputation of Game and Its Fans

Domestic Violence Advocates Exaggerate Statistics
The Rights of Battered Men
Quite extensive Alternatives to Violence Resources (Includes services for male and female perpetrators and male and female victims)
Books on Abuse - Boys Abuse - Children Abuse - Ritual Abuse - Sexual ... Sexual Harassment , and Womens' Violence
Related Issues Talking With Kids About Tough Issues Abuse - Ritual Abuse - Sexual Circumcision ... Womens' Violence and Prisons
Resources Alternatives to Violence programs.

51. Mainely Men Against Violence & Sexism
for support of family members and friends of survivors (eg men whose wives Selected Site of the Month for Jan 2003 by WADV (Women against domestic violence).
Mainely Men against
Empowering men to end all forms of violence
Are you a man who has been affected by sexual violence?
Would you like support from other men who have been affected?
Are you a Dad concerned about your daughters?
Whether you're a survivor of sexual assault or abuse...Or whether the sexual assault or abuse of a mother, sister, girlfriend, or other loved one has affected you...
We know the pain, the anger, and the confusion that sexual violence causes.
Mainely Men Against Violence and Sexism is here to help men help each other: To end the violence that permeates our culture, and to support one another in that work.
We men need to get involved in ending rape, sexual assault, and other forms of abuse. We as men perpetrate the vast majority (95%) of the assaults, and yet the topic is usually framed as a "Women's Issue." We want to make it very clear that we men must get involved because we are involved. We are perpetrators, survivors, and friends of survivors, and need to get involved. We have grand-mothers, mothers, sisters, cousins, nieces, wives, girlfriends, daughters, grand daughters and others who have or may become the subject of abuse. This site will show you HOW you can get involved in working to end the violence they are subject to, everyday. MMAVS was formed with the belief that it's up to the "everyday" individual to help end the everyday violence that is ingrained into our culture. MMAVS is a group of people from all ages and walks of life: We're

52. Apna Ghar - Domestic Violence Facts
compared to 48,983 incidents committed against men. of Justice Statistics, violenceagainst Women A as a consequence of domestic violence significantly more
Crisis Line (Illinois): (Out of State):
Facts on Domestic Violence Domestic Violence includes mental, emotional, verbal or physical abuse such as constant demeaning and humiliating remarks, threats, slapping, kicking hitting, choking, destroying property, economic deprivation, forced sexual activity, isolation and starvation. It is against the law to hit or abuse another person. In Illinois, under the Illinois Domestic Violence Act (IDVA), Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) protection and assistance are available to victims of domestic violence. Did you know?
  • Between 3 and 4 million women are battered each year. 85-95% of all domestic violence victims are female. (American Institute on Domestic Violence - Retrieved 12/03/02) Women age 20 - 34 endure the highest rates of domestic violence. (American Institute on Domestic Violence - Retrieved 12/03/02) Nearly 2 in 3 female victims of violence were related to or knew their attacker. (Ronet Bachman Ph.D., U.S. Department of Justice Bureau of Justice Statistics, "Violence Against Women: A National Crime Victimization Survey Report," January 1994, p. iii)

53. MINCAVA: Men And Violence
includes information about domestic violence, survivor stories, information on gettinginvolved, and more. Service region Massachusetts. men against Rape and
Men and Violence
Men and violence: Articles, fact sheets, and other informative resources
  • A Comprehensive Theory of Family Violence
    Jane Gilgun, professor at the University of Minnesota
    Description: A brainstorming paper written to inform interested others on the status of a project and to elicit comments. Please share your comments with Jane Gilgun; email:
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  • A Review of Standards for Batterer Intervention Programs
    Juliet Austin and Juergen Dankwort for VAWnet
    Description: This document reports on the current status of standards for batterer intervention programs in each U.S. state, describes the common elements of standards, and explores the positive and negative aspects of standards. It includes a chart outlining the status of standards in each state.
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  • A Traitor to the Patriarchy: Speaking Out Against Rape
    Bill Warters Description: This is text is from a presentation given by Bill Warters at a BrotherPeace event, the "Men Stopping Rape in 1988" panel discussion on the Syracuse University Campus. Originally published in the Ending Men's Violence Newsletter, January, 1989.

54. Gelles: Domestic Violence Factoids
true, it is also true that domestic violence is more controlling for income), andamong men and women The Link Research Project, violence against Women Online
Richard J. Gelles
University of Rhode Island Family Violence Research Program
First, the FBI does not calculate, tabulate, or track data on domestic violence. The FBI once did estimate that a women is beaten every 15 seconds, but they derived this estimate from Murray Straus, Richard J. Gelles, and Suzanne K. Steinmetz's book, Behind Closed Doors: Violence in the American Family Various other fact sheets list various other number of seconds. The number of seconds depends on the study (if there actually was one) and how violence was defined. For example, some versions of this factoid state that a women is beaten every 9 seconds and cite a study done by the Commonwealth Fund in July, 1993. The Commonwealth Fund study used the same measure as was used by Straus and his colleagues. Unlike Straus and his colleagues who defined "abuse" as acts of violence that were likely to cause and injury, the Commonwealth Fund defined "abuse" as every thing from pushing, shoving, and slapping to using a gun or knife.

55. Domestic Violence Resources
that domestic violence is not a women's issue, but a people issue men are victimsas well. Offers facts, myths, and links. Minnesota Center against violence
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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Additional Resources Domestic Violence Info Discussion Suggest A Site Link to Broken Spirits
Domestic Violence Resources
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Breaking the Cycle

Family Violence Prevention Fund

A wealth of information about family violence and spousal abuse. Family Violence Awareness
Devoted to helping end all forms of family violence and to providing information about services that are available to families that are in need of assistance. Safe Horizon
Domestic Violence Shelter Tour and Information KIDSRIGHTS' Domestic Violence Support Center
Includes articles, the latest news, Web sites of organizations focused on domestic violence, as well as other facts and misconceptions.
Additional Resources:
A.B.U.S.E.D. Inc.
family and friends of victims of domestic violence. Also organize seminars on abuse prevention and intervention. Advocate Software
created to assist Domestic and/or Family Violence service providers, programs, and coalitions to collect and report victim demographics and incident statistics.

56. Domestic Violence Information And Resources
at the hands of an intimate, and 48,983 incidents committed against men. men andwomen who have witnessed their parents' domestic violence are three times more
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Forms of Abuse
Domestic Violence Sexual Abuse Child Abuse The Victim The Abuser The Aftermath FAQ ... Online Resources
Domestic Violence
The intentional emotional and/or physical abuse by a spouse, ex-spouse, boyfriend/girlfriend, ex-boyfriend/ex-girlfriend, or date. Table of Contents Section 1: Why do people stay in abusive relationships? A person looking at an abusive relationship from the outside tends to ask one major question: why does he/she stay? Although the idea of walking away from a relationship seems easy enough, it isn’t for a victim of domestic violence. Here are a few common reasons that victims of domestic violence stay. FEAR - Fear is a common emotion expressed in an abusive relationship. If attempts are made to remove themselves from that situation, the retaliation from their abuser can be horrible. So, instead of trying to change things and risk being hurt more, the only option left is to stay. ISOLATION - An important tactic used by an abuser is isolation. Turning the victim against their friends and/or family makes them an easier target. If the victim has no one to turn to for help, then their only option is to stay.

57. Not An Even Playing Field
one of the most controversial questions in the study of intimate violence is beingdebated Is domestic abuse a war against women or are men battered just as
By Richard J. Gelles

The highly publicized O.J. Simpson case has spawned a flurry of stories in local, national, and international media, all focused on pieces of the domestic violence puzzle. In fact, coverage of the case has become the battleground on which one of the most controversial questions in the study of intimate violence is being debated: Is domestic abuse a "war against women" or are men battered just as much as women? We know that there are two to four million women battered in the United States each year. At least half these women fight back and defend themselves, and about 700 times last year, women killed their husbands or partners. My estimate is that there are about 100,000 battered men in the United States each year - a much smaller number than the two to four million battered women - but hardly trivial. Despite the fact that indeed, there are battered men too, it is misogynistic to paint the entire issue of domestic violence with a broad brush and make it appears as though men are victimized by their partners as much as women. It is not a simple case of simple numbers. The media, policy makers, and the public cannot simply ignore - or reduce to a parenthetical status the outcomes of violence, which leave more than 1,400 women dead each year and millions physically and/or psychologically scarred for life.

58. Domestic Violence Notepad: A Listing Of Resources For Victims
Provides links to articles, legal help, resources to help victims of domestic violence.Category Society People Issues domestic violence Legal Issues...... domestic violence RESOURCES SILENT WITNESS NATIONAL INITIATIVE TO ABUSE THE ROWDYRIDGE GANG CAMP men and Women against domestic violence Sexual Harassment
Domestic Violence Notepad
Do not allow yourself to be a victim A Directory of

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Links to vital information Commission On Domestic Violence
The Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence

Domestic Violence Handbook

Domestic Violence Hotline Resource
  • Safety Net - Valuable domestic violence resource with links, postings, state coalition numbers and shelter numbers! RAINN Women's Peacepower Foundation - Makes grants to grassroots projects that are working to impact issues of violence against women and their children. Hiding In The Closet, No more! - One of the largest online domestic violence resources for battered women and the children who witness domestic violence. Domestic Violence Information Depot - Information to educate the populace about domestic violence, what it is and how to help. Also includes survivor stories as they are submitted. The Bridge to Hope - Sexual assault and domestic abuse agency offering crisis intervention and follow-up services in Dunn and Pepin Counties, Wisconsin with general resource information and links.

59. CUAV Same Sex Domestic Violence
or her to a counselor at Community United against violence, and seek Sites; Safehouse;DV Stuff; DV/men's Issues Page; Samesex domestic violence cases now
Community United Against Violence
If the one you love or used to love is using coercion, threats and physical violence to frighten you and control your actions......
We can help.
  • Truths About Abuse
  • Resources for Survivors
  • Gay and Lesbian Domestic Violence Bibliography
  • Other Net DV Resources IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING ANY OF THE FOLLOWING FORMS OF ABUSE FROM A LOVER, EX-LOVER, OR ROOMMATE, YOU MAY BE A VICTIM OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. Emotional Abuse: This person constantly criticizes or humiliates you. This person blames you for things which are not your fault. This person is obsessively jealous. S/He lies to manipulate you and punishes you when s/he gets angry. Physical Abuse: He or she pushes, slaps, kicks, bites, restrains, uses a weapon against, or throws objects at you. Any unwanted action that causes you bodily injury or pain is physical abuse. Isolation: This person prevents you from seeing your family or friends. This person gets jealous of anyone else in your life. S/H threatens to harm you if you leave. Sexual Abuse: This person forces you to have sex with him/her. S/He humiliates you sexually or causes you pain without your consent. This person refuses to practice safer sex.

60. Texas Council On Family Violence
Gloucester men against domestic violence http// If something about your relationship with your partner
Men's Nonviolence Project
Mission Statement
Men's Nonviolence Project will pursue safety and justice for women, work to hold men accountable for their violence and abuse, and strive to eradicate the sexism from which violence against women grows. Click here to learn more about our Men Make Choices campaign! New:
View clips from the TCFV produced award winning video "Circle of Accountability" by clicking here
Activities of Men's Nonviolence Project:
The Men's Nonviolence Project (MNP) was formerly known as the Battering Intervention and Prevention Project (BIPP). In early 2000, BIPP was reconceptualized as the Men's Nonviolence Project. As BIPP our primary activities were centered around service provision, that is, technical assistance, training and monitoring the local programs that worked with batterers. The MNP project still offers these services, but has widened its view to encompass the understanding that intervention groups for identified domestic violence offenders by themselves will never stop violence against women. In our first two years, we have made a good start on the work of addressing the social problem of men's violence. Here are some of our accomplishments:

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