27. Violence and Responses to Violence (continued)

(Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood. 19th edition, 2008. Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/)

d) Sexual Harassment

Note: Also see works on sexual violence or violence above.

Aggarwal, Arjun Prakash. (1992). Sexual Harassment: A Guide for Understanding and Prevention. Toronto: Butterworths.

Allen, Robert L. (1995). Stopping sexual harassment: A challenge for community education. In Hill, Anita Faye and Jordan, Emma Coleman. (eds.). Race, Gender, and Power in America: The Legacy of the Hill-Thomas Hearings. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press

Angelone, D.J., Richard Hirschman, Sarah Suniga, Michael Armey, and Aaron Armelie. (2005). The Influence of Peer Interactions on Sexually Oriented Joke Telling. Sex Roles, Feb., Vol. 52, Iss. 3-4.

Antecol, H., and D. Cobb-Clark. (2003). Does Sexual Harassment Training Change Attitudes? A view from the Federal level. Social Science Quarterly, 84(4), December.

Bacchi, Carol Lee. (1999). Sexual harassment: What is sexual about it?. Chapter 10 in Women, Policy and Politics: The Construction of Policy Problems. London: Sage.

Bacchi, Carol. (1992). Sex on campus - Where does ‘consent’ end and harassment begin?. Australian Universities Review, 35(1).

Baker, Carrie (2007) The Women’s Movement Against Sexual Harassment. Cambridge University Press.

Balogh, Deborah Ware, Mary E. Kite, Kerri L. Pickel, Deniz Canel, and James Schroeder. (2003). The effects of delayed report and motive for reporting on perceptions of sexual harassment. Sex Roles, April, Vol. 48, Iss. 7/8.

Barak, Azy. (2005). Sexual Harassment on the Internet. Social Science Computer Review, 23, 1, Spring, 77-92.

Bartlett, Katherine. (1992). Only girls wear barrettes: Dress and appearance standards, community norms, and workplace equality. Michigan Law Review, pp. 2541, 2546-56, 2568-82.

Bender, D. E. (2004). “Too Much Of Distasteful Masculinity”: Historicizing Sexual Harassment in the Garment Sweatshop and Factory. Journal of Women’s History, 15(4): 91.

Bingham, Shereen G. (ed). (1994). Conceptualizing Sexual Harassment as Discursive Practice. Westport, Conn.: Praeger.

Birdeau, Danielle R., Cheryl L. Somers, and Genie O. Lenihan. (2005). Effects of Educational Strategies On College Students’ Identification of Sexual Harassment. Education, Spring, Vol. 125, Iss. 3.

Black, A.E., and J.L. Allen. (2001). Tracing the legacy of Anita Hill: The Thomas/Hill hearings and media coverage of sexual harassment. Gender Issues, 19(1): 33-52.

Black, Amy E., and Jamie L. Allen. (2001). Tracing the legacy of Anita Hill: The Thomas/Hill hearings and media coverage of sexual harassment. Gender Issues, Winter, Vol. 19, Iss. 1.

Borgida, Eugene and Fiske, Susan T. (eds.). (1995). Journal of Social Issues, Special Issue: Gender Stereotyping, Sexual Harassment, and the Law, 51(1), Spring.

Brandenburg, Judith B. (1997) Confronting Sexual Harassment: What Schools and Colleges Can Do. New York: Teachers College Press.

Brant, Clare and Too, Yun Lee. (eds.). (1994). Rethinking Sexual Harassment. London: Pluto Press.

Bravo, Ellen and Cassedy, Ellen. (1992). The 9 to 5 guide to Combatting Sexual Harassment: Candid Advice from 9 to 5, the National Association of Working Women. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Burian, B. K., Yanico, B.J., & Martinez, C. R. (1998). Group gender composition effects on judgments of sexual harassment. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 22(3), 465-480.

Burns, Sarah (19??) Issues in workplace sexual harassment law and related social science research. Journal of Social Issues, pp. 193-207.

Bursik, Krisanne. (1992) Perceptions of Sexual Harassment in an Academic Context. Sex Roles, 27: 7/8, October.

Carver, Terrell. (1996). ‘He said/she said’: Interpreting the Clarence Thomas - Anita Hill Hearings. Chapter 5 in Gender is Not a Synonym for Women, Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienne Publishers.

Chamberlain, Elizabeth. (1997). Courtroom to classroom: There is more to sexual harassment. NWSA Journal, Special Issue: Sexual Harassment, 9(2), Summer.

Collier, Rohan. (1995). Combating Sexual Harassment in the Workplace. Open University Press.

Collins, Cherry et.al. (1996). Gender and School Education. Canberra: Australian Council for Educational Research, June (figures on sex-based harassment in schools).

Comer, Debra R., and Elizabeth A. Cooper. (1998). Gender relations and sexual harassment in the workplace: Michael Crichton’s Disclosure as a teaching tool. Journal of Management Education, April, Vol. 22, Iss. 2.

Cornell, Drucilla. (1995). The Imaginary Domain: Abortion, Pornography and Sexual Harrassment.

Cortina, L. M., Swan, S. Fitzgerald, L. F., & Waldo, C. (1998). Sexual harassment and assault: Chilling the climate for women in academia. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 22(3), 419-441.

Cossins, A. On stone throwing from the feminist sidelines: A critique of Helen Garner’s Book, The First Stone. Melbourne University Law Review, v.20 no.2, December

Coverdale-Sumrall, Amber and Taylor, Dena. (eds.). (1992). Sexual Harassment: Women Speak Out. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press.

Cummings, Kimberly M., and Madeline Armenta. (2002). Penalties for peer sexual harassment in an academic context: The influence of harasser gender, participant gender, severity of harassment, and the presence of bystanders. Sex Roles, Sept., Vol. 47, Iss. 5/6.

Currie, Jan, Patricia Harris and Bev Thiele. (2000). The discursive framing of sexual harassment in a university community. Gender and Education, 12(3), September.

Daphne, P. (1998). Galloping contradictions: Sexual harassment in academe. Gender Issues, 16(1/2): 86.

De Judicibus, M., and M.P. McCabe. (2001). Blaming the Target of Sexual Harassment: Impact of gender role, sexist attitudes, and work role. Sex Roles, 44: 7/8, April: 401-417.

Dekker, I., & Barling, J. (1998). Personal and organizational predictors of workplace sexual harassment of women by men. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 3(1), 7-18.

Dellinger, Kirsten, and Christine L. Williams. (2002). The locker room and the dorm room: Workplace norms and the boundaries of sexual harassment in magazine editing. Social Problems, May, Vol. 49, Iss. 2.

DeSouza, Eros, and A. Gigi Fansler. (2003). Contrapower sexual harassment: A survey of Students and Faculty members. Sex Roles, June, Vol. 48, Iss. 11/12.

DeSouza, Eros, and Joseph Solberg. (2004). Women’s and Men’s Reactions to Man-to-Man Sexual Harassment: Does the Sexual Orientation of the Victim Matter? Sex Roles, May, Vol. 50, Iss. 9/10.

Donovan, M. A., & Drasgow, F. (1999). Do men’s and women’s experiences of sexual harassment differ? An examination of the differential test functioning of the Sexual Experiences Questionnaire. Military Psychology, 11(3), 265-282.

Dziech, Billie Wright and Weiner, Linda. (1990). The Lecherous Professor: Sexual Harassment on Campus. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Eisaguirre, Lynne. (1993). Sexual Harassment: A Reference Handbook. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO.

Epstein, Debbie. (1996). Keeping them in their place: Hetero/sexist harassment, gender and the enforcement of heterosexuality. In Holland, Janet and Adkins, Lisa. (eds.). Sex, Sensibility and the Gendered Body. Hampshire & London: Macmillan.

Eskenazi, Martin and Gallen, David. (1992). Sexual Harassment: Know Your Rights!. New York: Carroll & Graff.

Farley, Lin. (1978). Sexual Shakedown: The Sexual Harassment of Women on the Job. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Fineran, S. (2002). Adolescents at work: Gender issues and sexual harassment. Violence Against Women, 8(8): 953-967.

Fineran, S., and L. Bennett. (1998). Teenage Peer Sexual Harassment: Implications for Social Work Practice in Education. Social Work, 43(1).

Fineran, S., and L. Bennett. (1999). Gender and Power Issues of Peer Sexual Harassment Among Teenagers. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 14(6): 626-641.

Fineran, S., and R.M. Bolen. (2006). Risk factors for peer sexual harassment in schools. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 21(9): 1169-1190.

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..

Foulis, D., and M.P. McCabe. (1997). Sexual harassment: Factors affecting attitudes and perceptions. Sex Roles, 37(9/10): 773-798.

Foulis, Danielle, and Marita P. McCabe. (1997). Sexual harassment: Factors affecting attitudes and perceptions. Sex Roles, November, Vol. 37, Iss. 9/10.

Gallop, Jane. (1995). The Lecherous Professor: A reading. Differences, Summer.

Gallop, Jane. (1997). Feminist Accused of Sexual Harassment. Durham: Duke University Press.

Gardner, Carol Brooks. (1995). Passing By: Gender and Public Harassment. Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA: University of California Press.

Garner, Helen. (1995). The First Stone. Sydney: Picador.

Glomb, Stephen M., and Espelage, Dorothy L. (2005). The Influence of Restrictive Emotionality in Men’s Emotional Appraisal of Sexual Harassment: A Gender Role Interpretation. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 6(4), October.

Golden, J.H., C.A. Johnson, and R.A. Lopez. (2001). Sexual harassment in the workplace: Exploring the effects of attractiveness on perception of harassment. Sex Roles, 45(11/12): 767-784.

Golden, John H., Craig A. Johnson, and Rebecca A. Lopez. (2001). Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: Exploring the effects of attractiveness on perception of harassment. Sex Roles, 45(11/12), December.

Green, Gill et.al. (1993). ‘Who wears the trousers?’ Sexual harassment in research settings. Women’s Studies International Forum, 16(6), November-December.

Gruber, J. E. (1998). The impact of male work environments and organizational policies on women’s experiences of sexual harassment. Gender & Society, 12(3), 301-320.

Gruber, James and Morgan, Phoebe. (eds.). (2004). In the Company of Men: Sexual Harassment and Male Domination. Boston: Northeastern University Press.

Hanmer, Jalna and Maynard, Mary. (eds.). (1987). Women, Violence and Social Control. Hampshire & London: Macmillan.

Hartel, Lynda Jones and VonVille, Helena M. (1995). Sexual Harassment: A Selected, Annotated Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Herbert, C.M.H. (1989). Talking of Silence: The Sexual Harassment of Schoolgirls. Falmer Press.

Herbert, C.M.H. (1989). Talking of Silence: The Sexual Harassment of School Girls. London: Falmer Press.

Hill, Anita Faye and Jordan, Emma Coleman. (eds.). (1995). Race, Gender, and Power in America: The Legacy of the Hill-Thomas Hearings. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hollway, W., and T. Jefferson. (1996). PC or Not PC: Sexual Harassment and the Question of Ambivalence. Human Relations, 49(3): 373-393.

Houghton-James, Hazel. (1995). Sexual Harassment. London: Cavendish.

Jaschik-Herman, M.L., and A. Fisk. (1995). Women’s perceptions and labeling of sexual harassment in academia before and after the Hill-Thomas hearings. Sex Roles, 33(5-6): 439-446.

Jaschik-Herman, Mollie L. (1995). Women’s Perceptions and Labeling of Sexual Harassment in Academia Before and After the Hill-Thomas Hearings. Sex Roles, 33: 5/6, September.

Jones, C. (2006). Drawing boundaries: Exploring the relationship between sexual harassment, gender and bullying. Women’s Studies International Forum, 29(2): 147-158.

Kasinsky, Renee Goldsmith. (1998). Tailhook and the construction of sexual harassment in the media: ‘Rowdy Navy boys’ and women who made a difference. Violence Against Women, 4(1), pp. 81-99.

Katherine, Sarah Mary and Joychild, Frances. (1993). A critique of the law of sexual harassment in Aotearoa/New Zealand. NZ Suffrage Centennial Women’s Law Conference Papers, pp. 43-78.

Kennedy, M. Alexis, and Boris B. Gorzalka. (2002). Asian and Non-Asian Attitudes Toward Rape, Sexual Harassment, and Sexuality. Sex Roles, Vol. 46 No’s 7/8, April.

Kohlman, Marla H. (2004). Person or Position?: The Demographics of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace. Equal Opportunities International, Vol. 23, Iss. 3-5.

Koskela, Hille, and Sirpa Tani. (2005). “Sold out!” Women’s practices of resistance against prostitution related sexual harassment. Women’s Studies International Forum, Volume 28, Issue 5, September-October, pp. 418-429.

Lahelma, E., T. Palmu, and T. Gordon. (2000). Intersecting Power Relations in Teachers’ Experiences of Being Sexualized or Harassed by Students. Sexualities, 3(4): 463-481.

Lahelma, Elina, and Tarja Palmu. (2000). Intersecting power relations in teachers’ experiences of being sexualized or harassed by students. Sexualities, Volume 3 Issue 4, November.

Langelan, Martha J. (1993). Back Off! How to Confront and Stop Sexual Harassment and Harassers. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Larkin, J., and K. Popaleni. (1994). Heterosexual Courtship Violence and Sexual Harassment: The Private and Public Control of Young Women. Feminism & Psychology, 4(2): 213.

LaRocca, Michela A., and Jeffrey D. Kromrey. (1999). The Perception of Sexual Harassment in Higher Education: Impact of gender and attractiveness. Sex Roles, 40(11/12).

Lee, Deborah. (1998). Sexual harassment in PhD supervision. Gender and Education, 10(3), September.

Lee, Deborah. (2000). Hegemonic masculinity and male feminisation: The sexual harassment of men at work. Journal of Gender Studies, 9(2), July.

Lee, Deborah. (2001). ‘He didn’t sexually harass me, as in harassed for sex… He was just horrible’: Women’s definitions of unwanted male sexual conduct at work. Women’s Studies International Forum. 24(1), January-February.

Lee, Raymond M. (1995). Sexual harassment and assault. Chapter 6 in Dangerous Fieldwork. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Lee, V.E., R.G. Croninger, E. Linn, and X. Chen. (1996). The Culture of Sexual Harassment in Secondary Schools. American Educational Research Journal, 33(2): 383-417.

LeMoncheck, Linda and Hajdin, Mane. (1997). Sexual Harassment: A Debate.

Lumby, Catharine. (1994). Staff, students and sexual pressure. The Independent Monthly, March.

MacKinnon, Catherine. (1979). Sexual Harassment of Working Women. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Madera, J. M., K. E. Podratz, E. B. King, and M. R. Hebl. (2007). Schematic Responses to Sexual Harassment Complainants: The Influence of Gender and Physical Attractiveness. Sex Roles, 56(3-4).

Magley, V., and E. Shupe. (2005). Self-Labeling Sexual Harassment. Sex Roles, 53(3 - 4): 173-189.

Marin, Amy J., and Rosanna E. Guadagno. (1999). Perceptions of Sexual Harassment Victims as a Function of Labeling and Reporting. Sex Roles, 41(11/12).

Marks, Michelle A. (1993) Sexual Harassment on Campus: Effects of Professor Gender on Perception of Sexually Harassing Behaviors. Sex Roles, 28: 3/4, February.

Marles, Fay. Workplaces Approaches to Sexual Harassment. Affirmative Action Agency, Monograph No. 5.

Martin, S.E. (1995). Sexual harassment: The link joining gender stratification, sexuality, and women’s economic status. In Freeman, Jo. (ed.). Women: A Feminist Perspective. Mountain View: Mayfield.

May, Larry. (1998). Sexual harassment and solidarity. Chapter 6 in Masculinity and Morality. Ithaca & London: Cornell University Press.

McCabe, Marita P., and Lisa Hardman. (2005). Attitudes and Perceptions of Workers to Sexual Harassment. The Journal of Social Psychology, December, Vol.145, Iss. 6.

McMaster, L.E., J. Connolly, D. Pepler, and W.M. Craig. (2002). Peer to peer sexual harassment in early adolescence: A developmental perspective. Development and Psychopathology, 14(01): 91-105.

Mead, Jenna. (ed). (1997). Bodyjamming: Sexual Harassment, Feminism and Public Life. Milsons Point, NSW: Random House.

Menard, K.S., G.C.N. Hall, A.H. Phung, M.F.E. Ghebrial, and L. Martin. (2003). Gender Differences in Sexual Harassment and Coercion in College Students: Developmental, Individual, and Situational Determinants. J Interpers Violence, 18(10): 1222-1239.

Miller, Laura L. (1997). Not just weapons of the weak: Gender harassment as a form of protest for Army men. Social Psychology Quarterly. 60: 32-51.

Milligan, Sandra. (1992). Re-thinking sex-based harassment in schools. In Forum of Education. (ed.). Through Girls’ Eyes: Australian Research, Policy and Curriculum in the 1990s. University of Sydney.

Minson, Jeffrey. (1993). Questions of Conduct: Sexual Harassment, Citizenship, Government. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

Montemurro, Beth. (2003). Not a laughing matter: Sexual harassment as “material” on workplace-based situation comedies. Sex Roles, May, Vol. 48, Iss. 9/10.

Morewitz, Stephen J. (1996). Sexual Harassment and Social Change in American Society. San Francisco: Austin & Winfield.

Morris, Celia. (1994). Bearing Witness: Sexual Harassment and Beyond - Everywoman’s Story. New York: Little, Brown.

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Murnen, S.K., and L. Smolak. (2000). The Experience of Sexual Harassment Among Grade-School Students: Early Socialization of Female Subordination? Sex Roles, 43(1): 1-17.

NWSA Journal. (1997). Special Issue: Sexual Harassment, 9(2), Summer.

O’Connor, Maureen, Barbara A. Gutek, Margaret Stockdale, Tracey M. Geer, and Renee Melancon. (2004). Explaining Sexual Harassment Judgments: Looking Beyond Gender of the Rater. Law and Human Behavior, Feb., Vol. 28, Iss. 1.

O’Donohue, W., Downs, K., & Yeater, E. A. (1998). Sexual harassment: A review of the literature. Aggression & Violent Behavior, 3(2), 111-128.

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Olukemi, L. O. (2005). Street Smut: Gender, Media, And The Legal Power Dynamics Of Street Harassment, “Hey Sexy” And Other Verbal Ejaculations. Columbia Journal of Gender and the Law, 14(1): 91.

Paludi, Michele A. (1996). Sexual Harrassment on College Campuses: Abusing the Ivory Power. Albany. New York: State University of New York Press (revised edition of Ivory Power: Sexual Harassment on campus. Published 1990).

Patai, Daphne. (1998). Heterophobia: Sexual Harassment and the Future of Feminism. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Pattinson, Terry. (1991). Sexual Harassment. London: Futura.

Paul, Ellen Frankel. (1994). Sexual harassment: A defining moment and its repercussions. Chapter 4 in Rochefort, David A. and Cobb, Roger W. (eds.). The Politics of Problem Definition: Shaping the Policy Agenda. Lawrence, Kan.: University Press of Kansas.

Petrocelli, William and Repa, Barbara Kate. (1992). Sexual Harassment on the Job. Berkeley: Nolo Press.

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Plater, M. A., & Thomas, R. E. (1998). The impact of job performance, gender, and ethnicity on the managerial review of sexual harassment allegations. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 28(1), 52-70.

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Quinn, B.A. (2002). Sexual Harassment and Masculinity: The Power and Meaning of “Girl Watching”. Gender Society, 16(3): 386-402.

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Yagil, D. (2008). When the Customer Is Wrong: A Review of Research on Aggression and Sexual Harassment in Service Encounters. Aggress Violent Behav; 13(2): 141-152.

Sexual harassment of men in particular

DeSouza, Eros, and Joseph Solberg. (2004). Women’s and Men’s Reactions to Man-to-Man Sexual Harassment: Does the Sexual Orientation of the Victim Matter? Sex Roles, May, Vol. 50, Iss. 9/10.

Gerrity, Deborah A. (2000). Male university employees’ experiences of sexual harassment-related behaviors. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 1(2), July.

Lee, Deborah. (2000). Hegemonic masculinity and male feminisation: The sexual harassment of men at work. Journal of Gender Studies, 9(2), July.

Waldo, C.R., J.L. Berdahl and L.F. Fitzgerald. (1998). Are men sexually harassed? If so, by whom? Law and Human Behavior, Volume 22 Issue 1, February, pp. 59-79.

Einarsen, S. and Raknes, B.I. (1997). Harassment in the workplace and the victimization of men. Violence and Victims, Volume 12 Issue 3, Fall, pp. 247-263.

Toker, Rachel L. (1999). Multiple Masculinities: A new vision for same-sex harassment law. Harvard Civil Rights – Civil Liberties Law Review, Vol. 34.


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e) Child sexual assault

Note: This also includes material on physical violence against children.

Adams, Jann, Susan Trachtenberg, and Jane E. Fisher. (1992). Feminist Views of Child Sexual Abuse. Chapter 15 in O’Donohue, William and Geer, James H. (eds.). The Sexual Abuse of Children: Theory and Research. Volume 1, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Alaggia, Ramona, and Stacey Kirshenbaum. (2005). Speaking the Unspeakable: Exploring the Impact of Family Dynamics on Child Sexual Abuse Disclosures. Families in Society, Apr-Jun, Vol. 86, Iss. 2.

Alder, Christine, and Kenneth Polk. (1996). Masculinity and Child Homicide. British Journal of Criminology, 36(3), pp. 396-411.

Alder, Christine, and Kenneth Polk. (2001). Child Victims of Homicide. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Archer, John. (ed). (1994). Male Violence. London & New York: Routledge.

Armstrong, Louise. (1978). Kiss Daddy Goodnight. Pocket.

Armstrong, Louise. (1996). Rocking the Cradle of Sexual Politics: What Happened When Women Said Incest. London: Women’s Press.

Barsetti, Ian et al. (1998). The differentiation of intrafamilial and extrafamilial heterosexual child molesters. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 13(2), April.

Barton, Nigel et.al. (1997). Child Protection: Risk and the Moral Order. Macmillan.

Bass, Ellen, and Louise Thornton. (1983). I Never Told Anyone: Writings by Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. New York: Harper & Row.

Beckett, Katherine. (1996). Culture and the Politics of Signification: The Case of Child Sexual Abuse. Social Problems, 43(1), February .

Bell, V. (2002). The Vigilant(e) Parent and the Paedophile: The News of the World Campaign 2000 and the Contemporary Governmentality of Child Sexual Abuse. Feminist Theory, 3(1): 83-102.

Bell, Vicki. (1993). Interrogating Incest: Feminism, Foucault and the Law. Routledge.

Bernard, Claudia. (2001) Constructing Lived Experiences: Representations Of Black Mothers In Child Sexual Abuse Discourses. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Company.

Berrick, Jill Duerr, and Neil Gilbert. (1991). With the Best of Intentions: The Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Movement. New York & London: Guilford Press.

Berry, Jason. (year?). Lead Us Not Into Temptation: Catholic Priests and the Sexual Abuse of Children. Doubleday.

Besharov, Douglas. (1990). Recognising Child Abuse: A Guide for the Concerned. The Free Press.

Bloch, Enid. (2001). Sex Between Men and Boys in Classical Greece: Was it Education for Citizenship or Child Abuse? Journal of Men’s Studies, Volume 9 Number 2, Winter

Bolen, Rebecca Morris. (2001). Child Sexual Abuse: Its Scope And Our Failure. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

Bolton, Frank G., Morris, Larry A. and MacEachron, Ann E. (1989). Males at Risk: The other Side of Child Sexual Abuse. Sage.

Brady, K. (1979). Father’s Day: A True Story of Incest. Seaview.

Bray, Madge. (1991). Poppies on the Rubbish Heap: Sexual Abuse, the Children’s Voice.

Breckenridge, Jan, and Moira Carmody. (eds.)1992 Crimes of Violence: Australian Responses to Rape and Child Sexual Assault. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Brennan, Sharon. (2006). Sibling incest within violent families: Children under 12 seeking nurture. Health Sociology Review, v.15 no.3, Aug.: 287-292.

Brown, Thea et.al. (1998). Child Abuse and the Family Court. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, No. 91, June. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Butler, Sandra. (1985). Conspiracy of Silence: The Trauma of Incest. San Francisco: Volcano Press (includes a “Letter to Men”).

Candib, Lucy M. (1999). Incest and Other Harms to Daughters Across Cultures: Maternal Complicity and Patriarchal Power. Women’s Studies International Forum, 22(2), March-April.

Champagne, Rosaria. (year?). The Politics of Survivorship: Incest, Women’s Literature, and Feminist Theory. New York University Press.

Clegg, Sue. (1994). Studying Child Sexual Abuse: Morality or Science?. Radical Philosophy, 66, Spring.

Colton, Matthew, and Maurice Vanstone. (2000). Sexual Abuse by Men who Work with Children: An Exploratory Study. British Journal of Social Work, Vol 28(4), 511-523.

Conte, Jon R. (2001) Critical Issues In Child Sexual Abuse: Historical, Legal, And Psychological Perspectives. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Cossins, Anne. (2000). Masculinities, Sexualities, and Child Sexual Abuse. The Hague; Boston: Kluwer Law International.
Contents;
1. Introduction: The Male Problem of Child Sex Offending.
2. Current Explanations of Child Sexual Abuse.
3. Masculinities and Sexualities: A Sociological Theory of Child Sexual Abuse.
4. The Masculine Sexual Practices of Child Sex Offenders: Testing the Power/Powerlessness Theory .
5. Concluding Remarks.

Cowburn, M., and L. Dominelli. (2001). Masking Hegemonic Masculinity: Reconstructing the Paedophile as the Dangerous Stranger. British Journal of Social Work. 31(3):399-415, June.

David, Fiona. (2000). Child Sex Tourism. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, No. 156, June. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology

Davies, Lloyd. (1999). Protecting paedophiles: gender bias in child abuse prosecutions. Australian Feminist Law Journal, v.12, Mar: 95-109.

DeLong, Allan. (1985). The Sexually Abused Child: A Comparison of Male and Female Victims. Child Abuse and Neglect, 9(4), pp. 576-586.

Droisen, Audrey, and Emily Driver. (1989). Child Sexual Abuse: Feminist Perspectives. Basingstoke: Macmillan Education.

Dunne, M.P., D.M. Purdie, M.D. Cook, F.M. Boyle, and J.M. Najman. (2003). Is Child Sexual Abuse Declining? Evidence from a population-based survey of men and women in Australia. Child Abuse & Neglect, 27, pp. 141-152.

Eastwood, C., W. Patton, and H. Stacy. (1998). Child Sexual Abuse and the Criminal Justice System. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, No. 99, December. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Eastwood, Christine. (2000). The Experiences of Child Complainants of Sexual Abuse in the Criminal Justice System. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice. No. 250, May. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Elliott, Michele (ed.). (1994). Female Sexual Abuse Of Children: The Ultimate Taboo. New York: Guilford Press.

Farber, E., J. Showers, et. al. (1984). The Sexual Abuse of Children: A Comparison of Male & Female Victims. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 13(3), pp. 294-297.

Featherstone, Brid and Lancaster, Elizabeth. (1997). Contemplating the Unthinkable: Men Who Sexually Abuse Children. Critical Social Policy, 17(4), pp. 51-71.

Finkelhor, David, Gerald Hotaling, Jackie Satola, John Pallotta, and Betsy Wyatt. (1990). Sexual Abuse in a National Survey of Adult Men and Women: Prevalence, Characteristics, & Risk Factors. Child Abuse & Neglect, 14(1), pp. 19-28.

Finkelhor, David. (1979). Sexually Victimised Children. New York: Free Press.

Finkelhor, David. (1986). A Sourcebook on Child Sexual Abuse. Sage.

Finkelhor, David. (1986). Child Sexual Abuse: New Theory & Research. Macmillan.

Finkelhor, David. (1990). Early & Long-Term Effects of Child Sexual Abuse: An Update. Professional Psychology: Research & Practice, 21(5), pp. 325-330.

Fleming, Jillian M. (1997). Prevalence of Childhood Sexual Abuse in a Community Sample of Australian Women. Medical Journal of Australia, 166, pp. 65-68.

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..

Fontes, Lisa A. (ed.). (1995). Sexual Abuse In Nine North American Cultures: Treatment And Prevention. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Forde, Patrick, and Andrew Patterson. (1998). Paedophile Internet Activity. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, No. 97, November. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Forward, Susan, and Buck Craig. (1978). Betrayal of Innocence: Incest and its Devastation. New York: Penguin.

Freel, M. (2003). Child sexual abuse and the male monopoly: An empirical exploration of gender and a sexual interest in children. British Journal of Social Work. June, 33(4), pp 481-498.

Freyd, Jennifer J. (1998). Betrayal Trauma: The Logic of Forgetting Childhood Abuse. Harvard University Press

Gilmartin, Pat. (1994). Rape, Incest, And Child Sexual Abuse: Consequences And Recovery. New York: Garland Publishing.

Glaser, B. (1998). Psychiatry and Paedophilia: A Major Public Health Issue. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, April, 32(2), pp. 162-7

Glaser, Danya, and Stephen Frosh. (1993). Child Sexual Abuse. Basingstoke: Macmillan (2nd edition).

Goddard, Chris, and Peter Hiller. (1993). Child Sexual Abuse: Assault in a Violent Context. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 28(1), February.

Goldman, Juliette D.G. (2000). Some methodological problems in estimating incidence and prevalence in child sexual abuse research. Journal of Sex Research, 37(4), November.

Hacking, Ian. (1991). The Making and Molding of Child Abuse. Critical Inquiry, 17, Winter.

Hall, Liz, and Lloyd Siobhan. (1993). Surviving Child Sexual Abuse: A Handbook For Helping Women Challenge Their Past. 2d ed. Bristol, PA: Taylor & Francis.

Hearn, Jeff. (1988). Child Abuse: Violences and Sexualities Towards Young People. Sociology, 22(4), November.

Hechler, David. (1988). The Battle and the Backlash: The Child Sexual Abuse War. Lexington Books (??).

Heide, Kathleen M. (1994). Why Kids Kill Parents: Child Abuse and Adolescent Homicide. Sage.

Herbert, Carrie. (1993). Researching Adolescent Girls’ Perception of Unwanted Sexual Attention. In Kennedy, Mary, Lubelska, Cathy and Walsh, Val. (eds.). Making Connections: Women’s Studies, Women’s Movements, Women’s Lives. Bristol PA.: Falmer Press.

Herman, Judith Lewis. (1981). Father-Daughter Incest. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Herman, Judith, and Lisa Hirschman. (1977). Father-Daughter Incest. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 2(4).

Herzberger, Sharon D. (1993). The Cyclical Pattern of Child Abuse: A Study of Research Methodology. In Renzetti, Claire M. and Lee, Raymond M. (eds.). Researching sensitive topics. Newbury Park: Sage.

Hume, M. (1996). Study of Child Sexual Abuse Allegations Within the Family Court of Australia. Conference Paper in Enhancing Access to Justice: Family Court of Australia, Second National Conference, 20-23 September 1995. Sydney, NSW: Family Court of Australia, 1996, pp. 205-12.

Humphreys, Catherine. (1999). ‘Walking On Eggshells’: Child Sexual Abuse Allegations in the Context of Divorce. In Breckenridge, Jan and Lesley Laing. (eds.). Challenging Silence: Innovative Responses to Sexual and Domestic Violence. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Hunter, John A., Dennis Goodwin, and Richard Wilson. (1992). Attributions of Blame in Child Sexual Abuse Victims: An Analysis of Age and Gender Influences. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 1(3), pp. 75-89.

Hunter, Mic. (ed). (1995). Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse: Treatment Innovations. Sage.

Hunter, Mic. (ed). (1995). Child Survivors and Perpetrators of Sexual Abuse: Treatment Innovations. Sage.

Itzin, Catherine. (ed). (2000). Home Truth about Child Sexual Abuse: Influencing Policy and Practice. London & New York: Routledge.

Jacobs, Janet Liebman. (1994). Victimized Daughters: Incest and the Development of the Female Self. New York: Routledge.

James, Marianne. (ed). (1997). Paedophilia: Policy and Prevention. Research and Public Policy Series, No. 12, Australian Institute of Criminology.

Jenkins, Philip. (1996). Pedophiles and Priests: Anatomy of a Contemporary Crisis. Oxford University Press.

Johnson, Janis Tyler. (1992). Mothers of Incest Survivors. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Jorgensen, E. Clay. (1992). Breaking the Deadly Embrace of Child Abuse. New York: Crossroad.

Kelly, Liz, Linda Regan, and Sheila Burton. (1995). Sexual Abuse in Childhood. Sage.

Kempe, Ruth S., and C. Henry Kempe. (1984). The Common Secret: The Sexual Abuse of Children and Adolescents. New York: W.H. Freeman.

Kincaid, James R. (1998). Erotic Innocence: The Culture of Child Molesting. Duke University Press.

Kitzinger, Jenny. (1990). Who Are You Kidding? Children, Power and the Struggle Versus Sexual Abuse. In James, A. and Prout, A. (eds.). Constructing and Reconstructing Childhood. London & New York: Falmer Press.

Kogan, S. M. (2004). Disclosing unwanted sexual experiences: results from a national sample of adolescent women. Child Abuse & Neglect 28(2): 147-165.

Koonin, Renee. (1995). Breaking the Last Taboo: Child Sexual Abuse by Female Perpetrators. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 30(2), May.

Krugman, Richard. (ed.). Ongoing Child Abuse and Neglect. New York: Pergamon Press.

La Fontaine, Jean Sybil. (1990). Child Sexual Abuse. Cambridge: Polity Press.

La Fontaine, Jean Sybil. (1998). Speak of the Devil: Tales of satanic Abuse in Contemporary England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Levine, Murray, and Howard J. Doueck. (1995). The Impact of Mandated Reporting on the Therapeutic Process. Sage.

Liddle, A. Mark. (1993). Gender, Desire and Child Sexual Abuse: Accounting for the Male Majority. Theory, Culture and Society, 10(4), November.

McGuffey, C. S. (2005). Engendering Trauma: Race, Class, and Gender Reaffirmation after Child Sexual Abuse. Gender Society, 19(5): 621-643.

McGuffey, C. Shawn. (2005). Engendering Trauma: Race, Class, and Gender Reaffirmation after Child Sexual Abuse. Gender & Society, 19(5), October: 621-643.

McNaron, Toni A.H., and Yarrow Morgan. (1982). Voices in the Night: Women Speaking About Incest. Minneapolis: Cleis Press.

Michaelis, Karen L. (1994). Reporting Child Abuse: A Guide to Mandatory Requirements for School Personnel. Sage.

Miller, Alice. (1981). The Drama of the Gifted Child: The Search for the True Self. New York: Basic Books.

Miller, Alice. (1983). For Your Own Good: Hidden Cruelty in Child-Rearing and the Roots of Violence. New York: Farrar & Straus.

Miller, Alice. (1984). Thou Shalt Not Be Aware: Society’s Betrayal of the Child. New York: New American Library.

Moran-Ellis, Jo. (1996). Close to Home: The Experience of Researching Child Sexual Abuse. In Hester, Marianne, Kelly, Liz and Radford, Jill. (eds.). Women, Violence and Male Power: Feminist Research, Activism and Practice. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Mullinar, Liz, and Candida Hunt. (eds.). (1997). Breaking the Silence: Survivors of Child Abuse Speak Out. Balmain, NSW: Hodder & Stoughton.

Myers, John E.B. (ed). (1994). The Backlash: Child Protection Under fire. Sage.

Najman, Jake M., Michael P. Dunne, David M. Purdie, Francis M. Boyle, and Peter D. Coxeter. (2005). Sexual abuse in childhood and sexual dysfunction in adulthood: an Australian population-based study. Archives of Sexual Behavior, v.34 no.5, Oct.: 517-526.

Naples, N.A. (2003). Deconstructing and locating survivor discourse: Dynamics of narrative, empowerment, and resistance for survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Signs, Summer, 28(4), pp. 1151-1185.

Nathan, Debbie, and Michael Snedeker. (1995). Satan’s Silence: Ritual Abuse and the Making of a Modern American Witch-Hunt. Westview Press.

Nathan, Debbie. (1991). Satanism and Child Molestation: Constructing the Ritual Abuse Scare. In James T. Richardson et.al. (eds.). The Satanism Scare. New York: Aldine De Gruyter.

Nava, Mica. (1982). Drawing the Line: A Feminist Response to Adult-Child Sexual Relations. In McRobbie, Angela and Nava, Mica. (eds.). Gender and Generation. Basingstoke Hants, UK: Macmillan Educational.

Nelson, Andrea, and Pamela Oliver. (1998). Gender and the Construction of Consent in Child-Adult Sexual Contact: Beyond Gender Neutrality and Male Monopoly. Gender & Society, 12(5), October.

Noll, J.G. (2005). Does Childhood Sexual Abuse Set in Motion a Cycle of Violence
Against Women? What We Know and What We Need to Learn. J Interpers
Violence, Apr.; 20(4): 455-462.

O’Donnell, C., and J. Craney. (1982). Incest and the Reproduction of the Patriarchal Family. Chapter 9 in Family Violence in Australia, Longman Cheshire.

O’Donohue, William, and James H. Geer. (eds.). (1992). The Sexual Abuse of Children: Theory and Research. Vol’s I and II, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Oates, R. Kim. (1990). Understanding Child Sexual Abuse. Current Affairs Bulletin, 67(6), November.

Pardeck, John T. (ed). (1989). Child Abuse and Neglect: Theory, Research and Practice. New York: Gordon & Breach.

Patton, M.Q. (ed.). (1991). Family Sexual Abuse: Frontline research and evaluation. London: Sage.

Patton, Wendy, and Mary Mannison. (1996). Unwanted Sexual Experiences During Childhood: Australian Continuum Data. Children Australia, 21(2).

Petrovich, M., and D. Templer. (1984). Heterosexual Molestation of Children Who Later Become Rapists. Psychological Reports, 54, 810.

Pierce, R., and L. Pierce. (1985). The Sexually Abused Child: A Comparison of Male and Female Victims. Child Abuse and Neglect, 9, pp. 191-199.

Pringle, Keith. (1992). Child Sexual Abuse Perpetrated By Welfare Personnel and the Problem of Men. Critical Social Policy, 12(3), pp. 4-19 (Also see: Carter, Pam. (1993). The Problem of Men: a Reply to Keith Pringle, CSP Issue 36. Critical Social Policy, 38, pp. 100-106).

Prozan, Charlotte (ed.). (1997). Construction And Reconstruction Of Memory: Dilemmas Of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.

Purvis, M., and T. Ward. (2006). The role of culture in understanding child sexual offending: Examining feminist perspectives. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 11(3): 298-312.

Radford, Jill, and Elizabeth A. Stanko. (1996). Violence Against Women and Children: The Contradictions of Crime Control Under Patriarchy. In Hester, Marianne, Kelly, Liz and Radford, Jill. (eds.). Women, Violence and Male Power: Feminist Research, Activism and Practice. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Renovoiz, Jean. (1982). Incest: A Family Pattern. London: Routledge.

Richardson, James. (1997). The Social Construction of Satanism: Understanding an International Social Problem. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 32(1), February.

Richardson, S., and H. Bacon. (eds.). (2001). Creative Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. London: Jessica Kingsley.

Rush, Florence. (1980). The Best Kept Secret: Sexual Abuse of Children. Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice-Hall.

Russell, A., and C. Trainor. (1984). Trends in Child Abuse and Neglect: A National Perspective. Denver, CO: American Humane Association.

Russell, Dianna. (1986). The Incest Legacy: Why Today’s Abused Children Become Tomorrow’s Victims of Rape. Science, 86.

Russell, Dianna. (1986). The Sexual Trauma: Incest in the Lives of Girls and Women. Basic.

Sakheim, David K., and Susan E. Devine. (eds.). (1992). Out of Darkness: The Controversy Over Satanism and Ritual Abuse. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Sanford, Linda. (1980). The Silent Children: A Parent’s Guide to the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Saphira, M. (1985). The Sexual Abuse of Children. Papers Inc.

Saunders, Bernadette J., and Christopher R. Goddard. (1998). Why Do We Condone the ‘Physical Punishment’ of Children?. Children Australia, 23(3).

Scherzer, L., and L. Padma. (1980). Sexual Offenses Committed Against Children. Clinical Pediatrics, 19, pp. 679-685.

Schlessinger, Benjamin. (1986). Sexual Abuse of Children in the 1980s: Issues and Annotated Bibliography. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Schmidt, Gunter. (2002). The Dilemma of the Male Pedophile. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 31(6), December, pp. 473-477.

Schuman, Joan, and Mara Galvez. (1996). A Meta/Multi-Discursive Reading of ‘False Memory Syndrome’. Feminism and Psychology, 6(1), pp. 7-29.

Scott, S. (2001). Surviving Selves: feminism and contemporary discourses of child sexual abuse. Feminist Theory, 2(3): 349-361.

Scourfield, J. (2002). Gender and Child Protection. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Search, Gay. (1988). The Last Taboo: Sexual Abuse of Children. London: Penguin.

Seng, Magnus J. (1986). Sexual Behaviour Between Adults and Children: Some Issues of Definition. Journal of Offender Counselling, Services & Rehabilitation, 11(1), Fall/Winter .

Seto, Michael C. (2004). Pedophilia and Sexual Offenses Against Children. Annual Review of Sex Research, Vol. 15.

Seymour, Anne. (1998). Aetiology of the Sexual Abuse of Children: An Extended Feminist Perspective. Women’s Studies International Forum, 21(4).

Smallbone, S.W., and R.K. Wortley. (2001). Child Sexual Abuse: Offender characteristics and modus operandi. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, No. 193, February. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Smith, Anne B. (2006). The state of research on the effects of physical punishment. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, no. 27, Mar: 114-127.

Smith, Sandra Butler. (1985). Children’s Story: Sexually Molested Children in Criminal Court. Walnut Creek, CA: Launch.

Solomon, Jennifer Crew. (1992) Child Sexual Abuse by Family Members: A Radical Feminist Perspective, Sex Roles, 27: 9/10, November.

Somers, Suzanne. (1992). Wednesday’s Children: Adult Survivors of Abuse Speak Out. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons.

Stanko, Elizabeth A. (1985). Incest: Some of Us Learn as Children. In Intimate Intrusions: Women’s Experience of Male Violence. London & Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Stanley, Janet. (2001). Child Abuse and the Internet. Child Abuse Prevention Issues. No. 15, Summer. Australian Institute of Family Studies: National Child Protection Clearinghouse.

Stott, Sarah J. (1998). Child Sexual Assault and Non-Offending Fathers. Children Australia, 23(2)

Straus, M. A. (1996). Spanking and the making of a violent society. Pediatrics: The short- and long-term consequences of corporal punishment (supplement)98, 837–42.

Straus, M. A. (2001). Beating the devil out of them: Corporal punishment in American families and its effects on children (second edition). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

Straus, M. A. (2005). Children should never, ever, be spanked no matter what the circumstances. In D. R. Loseke, R. J. Gelles and M. M. Cavanaugh (eds), Current controversies about family violence (second edition), pp. 137–57). Thousand Oak, CA: Sage Publications.

Straus, M. A. and Stewart, J. H. (1999). Corporal punishment by American parents: National data on prevalence, chronicity, severity, and duration, in relation to child, and family characteristics. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 2, 55–70.

Straus, M. A. and Yodanis, C. L. (1996). Corporal punishment in adolescence and physical assaults on spouses later in life: What accounts for the link? Journal of Marriage and the Family 58, 825–41.

Straus, M. A., Sugarman, D. B. and Giles-Sims, J. (1997). Spanking by parents and subsequent antisocial behaviour of children. Archives of pediatric and adolescent medicine 151, 761–67.

Sturken, Marita. (1998). The Remembering of Forgetting: Recovered Memory and the Question of Experience. Social Text, No. 57, 16(4), Winter.

Taylor, Nicola. (2005). Physical punishment of children: International legal developments. New Zealand Family Law Journal, v.5 no.1, March: 14-22.

Utain, Marsha. (1989). Scream Louder. Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communication, Inc.

Vander Mey, Brenda J., and Ronald L. Neff. (1986). Incest as Child Abuse: Research and Applications. New York, Westport & London: Praeger.

Whitaker DJ, Le B, Karl Hanson R, Baker CK, McMahon PM,
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Wilson, Melba. (1994). Crossing the Boundary: Black Women Survive Incest. Seattle: Seal Press.

Wisechild, Louise M. (1993). The Mother I Carry: A Memoir of Healing from Emotional Abuse. Seattle: Seal Press.

Women’s Research Centre. (1989). Recollecting our Lives: Women’s Experience of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Vancouver: Press Gang.

Wurtele, Sandy K. (1992). Preventing Child Sexual Abuse. Lincoln: University of Nebraska.

Wyatt, Gail E., and Gloria Johnson Powell. (eds.). (1988). Lasting Effects of Child Sexual Abuse. Sage.

Yapko, Michael D. (1994). Suggestions of Abuse: True and False Memories of Childhood Sexual Trauma. New York: Simon and Schuster.

Zaragoza, Maria S. et.al. (eds.). (1995). Memory and Testimony in the Child Witness. Sage.

-. (1988). Feminist Review, Special Issue: Family Secrets: Child Sexual Abuse. No. 28, Spring.

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f) Male Rape

Note: Also see references under the heading "Counselling and Therapy" above (on working with male survivors of sexual abuse), and under "Child Sexual Assault" above.

Anderson, C.L. (1981-82). Males as Sexual Assault Victims: Multiple Levels of Trauma. Journal of Homosexuality, Special Issue: Homosexuality and Psychotherapy, 7(2-3), pp. 145-62.

Anderson, Irina. (2004). Explaining Negative Rape Victim Perception: Homophobia and the Male Rape Victim. Current Research in Social Psychology, 10, 4, 43-57.

Aris, Sharon. (1994). Mate Rape. The Independent Monthly, August, pp. 31-32.

Banning, Ann. (1989). Mother-Son Incest: Confronting a Prejudice. Child Abuse & Neglect, 13(4), pp. 563-570.

Bartholow, Bradford, Doll, Lynda, et. al. (1994). Emotional, Behavioral, & HIV Risks Associated With Sexual Abuse Among Adult Homosexual & Bisexual Men. Child Abuse & Neglect, 18(9), pp. 747-761.

Bavin, Mizzi, Jill. (1995). Unnatural Offences: Sexual Assaults on Males. In Ravished: Sexual Violence in Victorian Australia. Sydney: University of NSW Press.

Benedict, Helen. (1985). Men Get Raped Too!. In Recovery. New York: Doubleday & Co.

Bidwell, R.J., and R.W. Deisher. (1987). Sexual Abuse of Male Adolescents. Seminars in Adolescent Medicine, 3(1), pp. 47-54.

Blanchard, Geral. (1986a). Sexual Molestation of Boys: Identification & Treatment. Protecting Children, Fall, pp. 22-23.

Blanchard, Geral. (1986b). Male Victims of Child Sexual Abuse: A Portent of Things to Come. Journal of Independent Social Work, 1(1), Fall, pp. 19-27.

Bolton, Frank G., Larry A. Morris, and Ann E. MacEachron. (1989). Males at Risk: The Other Side of Child Sexual Abuse. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Briere, J., Evans, D., Runtz, M. and Wall, T. (1988). Symptomatology in Men Who Were Molested as Children: A Comparison Study. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 58, pp. 457-461.

Brochman, Sue. (1991). Silent Victims: Bringing Male Rape Out of the Closet. The Advocate, July 30, 582, pp. 38-43.

Brothers, Barbara Jo. (2001). The Abuse of Men: Trauma Begets Trauma. New York: Haworth Press.

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Hunter, Mic. (ed). (1990). The Sexually Abused Male, Vol. 2: Application of Treatment Strategies. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

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Isley, Paul and D. Gehrenbeck-Shim. (1997), Sexual Assault of Men in the Community. Journal of Community Psychology. 25(2):159-166.

Isley, Paul. (1991). Adult Male Sexual Assault in the Community: A Literature Review and Group Treatment Model. In Burgess, Anne Wolbert. (ed). Rape and Sexual Assault III: A Research Handbook. New York: Garland Publications.

Janus, M.D., A.W. Burgess, and A. McCormick. (1987). Histories of Sexual Abuse in Adolescent Male Runaways. Adolescence, 22(86), pp. 405-417.

Johnson, Robert and Shrier, Diane. (1985). Sexual Victimization of Boys. Journal of Adolescent Health Care, 6, pp. 372-376.

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Kuhn, Jill. (2002). In Cabin Six: An Anthology of Poetry by Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse.

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Lillywhite, R., and P. Skidmore. (2006). Boys are not sexually exploited? A challenge to practitioners. Child Abuse Review, 15(5): 351-361.

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McMullen, Richie J. (1990). Male Rape: Breaking the Silence on the Last Taboo. London: Gay Men’s Press.

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Mendel, Matthew Parynik. (1995). The Male Survivor: The Impact of Sexual Abuse. London: Sage.

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Miller, N. (1983). Male Rape. Boston Phoenix, November, 12.

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g) Anti-gay/lesbian violence

Alden, Helena L., and Karen F. Parker. (2005). Gender Role Ideology, Homophobia and Hate Crime: Linking Attitudes to Macro-Level Anti-Gay and Lesbian Hate Crimes. Deviant Behavior, Volume 26, Number 4 / July-August, pp. 321-343.

Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW. (1994). Final Report of the Streetwatch Implementation Advisory Committee. Sydney: NSW Police Service, June.

Berrill, K.T., and G.M. Herek. (1990). Primary and Secondary Victimization in Anti-Gay Hate Crimes: Official Response and Public Policy. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 5 (3), 401-413. .

Boeckmann, Robert J., and Carolyn Turpin-Petrosino. (eds.). (2002). Journal of Social Issues, Special issue: Understanding the Harm of Hate Crime. 58(2), Summer.

Bontempo, Daniel E. (2003). Effects of at-school victimization and sexual orientation on lesbian, gay, or bisexual youths’ health risk behavior. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. February.

Cox, Gary. (1990). The Streetwatch Report: A Study Into Violence Against Lesbians and Gay Men. Sydney: Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby, April.

Cox, Gary. (1994). The Count & Counter Report: A Study Into Hate Related Violence Against Lesbians and Gays. Sydney: Lesbian and Gay Anti-Violence Project, January.

Cunneen, C., Fraser, D. & Tomsen, S. (eds.). (1997). Faces of Hate: Hate Crime in Australia. Sydney, Hawkins Press.

Garnets, L., Herek, G.M., & Levy, B. (1990). Violence and Victimization of Lesbians and Gay Men: Mental Health Consequences. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 5 (3), 366-383..

Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby. (1992). The Off Our Backs Report: A Study Into Anti-Lesbian Violence. Sydney: Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby, September.

Gay Men and Lesbians Against Discrimination (GLAD). (1994). Not a Day Goes By: Report on the GLAD Survey Into Discrimination and Violence Against Lesbians and Gay Men in Victoria. Melbourne: GLAD.

Green, D. P., D. Z. Strolovitch, J. S. Wong, and R. W. Bailey. (2001). Measuring Gay Populations and Antigay Hate Crime. Social Science Quarterly, 82(2): 281-296.

Griffin, Jacqui. (1994). The Schoolwatch Report: A Study Into Anti-Lesbian and Anti-Gay Harassment and Violence in Australian Schools. Sydney: Suzzane Jones-Pritchard.

Herdt, Gilbert, and Theo van de Meer. (eds.). (2003). Culture, Health and Sexuality, Speical Issue: Homophobia and Anti-Gay Violence--Contemporary Perspectives. 5(2), March. Includes;
Editorial introduction / Gilbert Herdt and Theo van de Meer.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth: victimization and its correlates in the USA and UK / Caitlin Ryan and Ian Rivers.
HIV/AIDS and homophobia: subtle hatreds, severe consequences and the question of origins / Gary W Dowsett.
Heteronormativity and the deflection of male same-sex attraction among the Pitjantjatjara people of Australia’s Western Desert / Jon Willis.
Gay bashing--a rite of passage? / Theo van der Meer.

Herek, G.M., Cogan, J.C., and Gillis, J.R. (2002). Victim Experiences in Hate Crimes Based on Sexual Orientation. Journal of Social Issues, 58(2), pp. 319-339.

Herek, G.M., Gillis, J.R., and Cogan, J. C. (1999). Psychological Sequelae of Hate Crime Victimization Among Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Adults. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 67, 945-951. .

Herek, G.M., Gillis, J.R., Cogan, J.C., and Glunt, E.K. (1997). Hate Crime Victimization Among Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Adults: Prevalence, Psychological Correlates, and Methodological Issues. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 12 (2), 195-215. .

Herek, Gregory M. (1989). Hate Crimes Against Lesbians and Gay Men: Issues For Research and Policy. American Psychologist, 44 (6), 948-955..

Herek, Gregory M. (1990). The context of Anti-Gay Violence: Notes on Cultural and Psychological Heterosexism. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 5 (3), 316-333. .

Herek, Gregory M., and Kevin T. Berrill. (1990). Anti-Gay Violence and Mental Health: Setting an Agenda for Research. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 5 (3), 414-423..

Herek, Gregory M., and Kevin T. Berrill. (1990). Documenting the Victimization of Lesbians and Gay Men: Methodological Issues. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 5 (3), 301-315. v.

Herek, Gregory M., and Kevin T. Berrill. (eds.). (1992). Hate Crimes: Confronting Violence Against Lesbians and Gay Men. Newbury Park/London & New Delhi: Sage.

Human Rights Watch. (2001). Hatred in the Hallways: Violence and discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students in U.S. schools. URL: http://www.hrw.org/reports/2001/uslgbt/toc.htm.

Jenness, Valerie and Broad, Kendal. (1997). Hate Crimes: New Social Movements and the Politics of Violence. New York: Aldine de Gruyter (Includes sections on violence against gays and lesbians).

Loffreda, Beth. (2000). Losing Matt Shepard: Life and Politics in the Aftermath of Anti-Gay Murder. Columbia University Press

Mason, Gail and Tomsen, Stephen. (eds.). (1997). Homophobic Violence. Sydney, Hawkins Press.

Mason, Gail. (1993). Violence Against Lesbians and Gay Men. (Report No. 2). Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology

Mason, Gail. (1997). (Hetero)Sexed Hostility and Violence Toward Lesbians. In Cook, Sandy and Bessant, Judith. (eds.). Women’s Encounters With Violence: Australian Experiences. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 55-70

Mason, Gail. (1997). Sexuality and Violence: Questions of Difference. In Cunneen, Chris, Fraser, David and Tomsen, Stephen. (eds.). Faces of Hate: Hate Crimes in Australia. Sydney: Hawkins Press.

Mason, Gail. (2002). The Spectacle of Violence: Homophobia, Gender and Knowledge. London; New York: Routledge.

Mouzos, Jenny and Sue Thompson. (2000). Gay Hate Related Homicide. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice (Australian Institute of Criminology), Number 155.

New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project. (1995). Anti-Lesbian/Gay Incidents More Violent in 1995: AVP Releases National Report. Stop the Violence, 7(1).

Renold, Emma. (2002). ‘Presumed Innocence’: (Hetero)sexual, homophobic and heterosexist harassment amongst primary school girls and boys. Childhood, 9 (4), pp.415-433.

Sloan, Lacey M., and Nora S. Gustavsson. (eds.). (1998). Violence and Social Injustice Against Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual People. Haworth Press

Tomsen, Stephen, and A. George. (1998). More on gay killings. Current Issues in Criminal Justice. Vol. 9, No.2 pp: 332-335.

Tomsen, Stephen, and Gail Mason. (2001). Engendering homophobia: Violence, sexuality and gender conformity. Journal of Sociology. Vol. 37, N.3: 265-287.

Tomsen, Stephen. (1997). Sexual Identity and Victimhood in Gay-Hate Murder Trials. In Cunneen, Chris, Fraser, David and Tomsen, Stephen. (eds.). Faces of Hate: Hate Crimes in Australia. Sydney: Hawkins Press.

Tomsen, Stephen. (1998). Violence, Male Honour and Heterosexual Panic. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies. Vol. 3, No.2, pp: 44-57.

Tomsen, Stephen. (2002). Hate crimes and masculine offending. The Australian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal.

Tomsen, Stephen. (2002). Hatred, Murder and Male Honour: Anti-Homosexual Homicides In New South Wales, 1980-2000. Canberra, Australian Institute of Criminology, Research and Policy Series, No. 43.
Includes;
Violence, masculinity and the control of public sexualities.
“Homosexual panic” and the mercenary killing.
Male honour, provocation and the homosexual advance.
Heterosexual panic and fatal violence

Tomsen, Stephen. (2006). Homophobic Violence, Cultural Essentialism and Shifting Sexual Identities. Social Legal Studies, 15(3): 389-407.

Van de Ven, Paul, Susan Kippax, June Crawford, Kane Race, and Pam Rodden. (1998). Homophobic and HIV-Related Abuse and Discrimination Experienced by Gay and Homosexually Active Men in an Australian National Sample. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 31.


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h) When men are subject to violence

Note: This section includes references on various forms of violence experienced by men, including domestic violence, but see above for references specifically on men's experience of sexual assault. See "When Women are Violent" below for references specifically on women's use of violence, including violence to men. See "Male/Male Violence" below for references on men's violence to other men particularly in public settings, as opposed to domestic violence. See "Measuring Violence" for debates over method.

Useful overviews regarding men's versus women's violence

Belknap, Joanne, and Heather Melton. (2005). Are Heterosexual Men Also Victims of Intimate Partner Abuse? VAWnet National Electronic Network on Violence Against Women, Applied Research Forum, March.

Dobash, Russell P., and R. Emerson Dobash. (2004). Women’s Violence to Men in Intimate Relationships: Working on a Puzzle. British Journal of Criminology, May, Vol. 44 Iss. 3, pp. 324-349.

Flood, Michael. (1999). Claims about husband battering. DVIRC Newsletter, Summer, Melbourne: Domestic Violence and Incest Resource Centre, pp. 3-8. [Copy available free from author.]

Gadd, David, Stephen Farrall, Damian Dallimore, and Nancy Lombard,. (2003). Equal Victims or the Usual Suspects? Making Sense of Domestic Abuse. International Review of Victimology, 10(2), 95-116.

Kimmel, Michael S. (2002) ‘Gender Symmetry’ in Domestic Violence: A Substantive and Methodological Research Review. Violence Against Women, 8(11), November, pp. 132-163.

Mulroney, Jane, and Carrie Chang. (2005). Men as Victims of Domestic Violence. Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse Topic Paper.

Further works

Anonymous. (2000). Workshop on Gender Symmetry, Summary of Workshop Discussion. November 20, Arlington, Victoria (prepared for the Violence and Victimization Division, Office of Research and Evaluation, National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice)

Archer, John. (2000). Sex differences in aggression between heterosexual partners: A meta-analytic review. Psychological Bulletin, 126(5), September/October, pp. 651-680.

Archer, John. (2000). Sex differences in aggression to partners: A reply to Frieze. (2000), O’Leary. (2000), and White, Smith, Koss, and Figueredo. (2000). Psychological Bulletin, 126(5), September/October, pp. 697-702.

Baron, Stephen W., Leslie W. Kennedy, and David R. Forde. (2001). Male street youths’ conflict: the role of background, subcultural, and situational factors. Justice Quarterly, December, Vol. 18, Iss. 4.

Brown, Jeffrey A. (2002). The Tortures of Mel Gibson: Masochism and the sexy male body. Men and Masculinities, 5(2), October.

Busby, Dean M. and Comptom, Susan V. (1997). Patterns of sexual coercion in adult heterosexual relationships: An exploration of male victimization. Family Process, Vol 36(1), pp. 81-94

Card, Claudia. (1997). Addendum to “Rape as a Weapon of War.” Hypatia, 12(2).

Carlson, Eric Stener. (1997). Sexual assault of men in war. The Lancet, January 11, No. 349, p. 129.

Carpenter, R. Charli. (2002). Beyond ‘Gendercide’: Incorporating gender into comparative genocide studies. International Journal of Human Rights, 6(4), Winter, pp. 77-101.

Cascardi, M., and D. Vivian. (1995). Context for specific episodes of marital violence: Gender and severity of violence differences. Journal of Family Violence, Volume 10 Issue 3, September, pp. 265-293.

Cook, Philip W. (1997). Abused Men: The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Currie, D.H. (1998). Violent men or violent women? Whose definition counts? In Racquel Kennedy Bergen. (ed.). Issues in Intimate Violence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Denfeld, Rene. (1997). Kill the Body, the Head Will Fall: A Closer Look at Women, Violence, and Aggression. London: Vintage.

DeSouza, Eros, and Joseph Solberg. (2004). Women’s and Men’s Reactions to Man-to-Man Sexual Harassment: Does the Sexual Orientation of the Victim Matter? Sex Roles, May, Vol. 50, Iss. 9/10.

Dobash, R. Emerson, and Russell P. Dobash. (1992). Women, Violence and Social Change. London & New York: Routledge.

Dobash, Russell P. et.al. (1992). The myth of sexual symmetry in marital violence. Social Problems, 39(1), February.

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.

Dutton, Donald G. (1994). Patriarchy and wife assault: The ecological fallacy. Violence & Victims, 9(2), pp. 125-140.

Edleson, Jeffery L., and Mary Pat Brygger. (1986). Gender differences in reporting of battering incidents. Family Relations, 35, pp. 377-82.

Eirik, Sten. (1998). Battered men: Inferiority in males. Journal of Gender Studies, 7(1), March.

Fiebert, Martin S., and Denise M. Gonzalez. (1997). College women who initiate assaults on their male partners and the reasons offered for such behavior. Psychological Reports, 80, pp. 583-90.

Frieze, Irene Hanson. (2000). Violence in close relationships – Development of a research area: Comment on Archer. (2000). Psychological Bulletin, 126(5), September/October, pp. 681-684.

Gadd, David, Stephen Farrall, Damian Dallimore, and Nancy Lombard. (2002). Domestic abuse against men in Scotland. Scotland: Scottish Executive, Scottish Executive Central Research Unit. http: //www.scotland.gov.uk/cru/kd01/green/dvam.pdf.

George, Malcolm J. (1994). Riding the donkey backwards: Men as the unacceptable victims of marital violence. Journal of Men’s Studies, 3(2), November, pp. 137-159.

Gerrity, Deborah A. (2000). Male university employees’ experiences of sexual harassment-related behaviors. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 1(2), July.

Hamberger, L. Kevin, and Claire Renzetti. (eds.). (1996). Domestic Partner Abuse. New York: Springer.

Hamberger, L. Kevin, Jeffrey M. Lohr, and Dennis Bonge. (1994). Intended function of domestic violence is different for arrested male and female perpetrators. Family Violence and Sexual Assault Bulletin 10, no. 3-4: 40-44.

Hamberger, L. Kevin. (1994). Domestic partner abuse: Expanding paradigms for understanding and intervention. Violence and Victims, 9(2).

Headey, Bruce, Dorothy Scott, and David de Vaus. (1999). Domestic violence in Australia: Are men and women equally violent? Australian Social Monitor, 2(3), July.

Hines, Denise A., and Kathleen Malley-Morrison. (2001). Psychological effects of partner abuse against men: A neglected research area. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 2(2), July.

Ho, Robert, and Marilyn Venus. (1995). Domestic violence and spousal homicide: The admissability of expert witness testimony in trials of battered women who kill their abusive spouses. Journal of Family Studies, 1(1), April.

James, Kerry. (1996). Truth or fiction: Men as victims of domestic violence?. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 17(3), September (Also in in Breckenridge, Jan and Lesley Laing. (eds.). (1999). Challenging Silence: Innovative Responses to Sexual and Domestic Violence. Sydney: Allen & Unwin).

Johnson, Michael P. (1995). Patriarchal terrorism and common couple violence: Two forms of violence against women. Journal of Marriage and the Family, Volume 57 Issue 2, May, pp. 283-294.

Jones, Adam. (2000). Gendercide and genocide. Journal of Genocide Research, 2(2): 185-211.

Jones, Ricky L. (2000). The Historical Significance of Sacrificial Ritual: Understanding violence in the modern Black fraternity pledge process. The Western Journal of Black Studies, 24(2), pp. 112-23.

Kelly, Linda. (2003). Disabusing the definition of domestic abuse. Florida State University Law Review, Vol. 30, pages 791-855.

Kelly, Liz, and Jill Radford. (1996). When does the speaking profit us?: Reflections on the challenges of developing feminist perspectives on abuse and violence by women. In Hester, Marianne, Kelly, Liz and Radford, Jill. (eds.). Women, Violence and Male Power: Feminist Research, Activism and Practice. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Kosberg, Jordan I. (1998). The abuse of elderly men. Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, Vol. 9, Iss.

Langley, Roger and Levy, Richard C. (1977). Battered men. Chapter 11 in Wife Beating: The Silent Crisis. Pocket Books.

Lee, Deborah. (2000). Hegemonic masculinity and male feminisation: The sexual harassment of men at work. Journal of Gender Studies, 9(2), July.

Lewis, Ann, and Sotirios Sarantakos. (2001). Domestic violence and the male victim. Nuance, No. 3, December.

Man, Christopher D. (2001). Forecasting sexual abuse in prison: The prison subculture of masculinity as a backdrop for “deliberate indifference.” Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, Fall, Vol. 92, Iss. 1/2.

McFarlane, Judith, Pamela Willson, Ann Malecha, and Dorothy Lemmey. (2000). Intimate partner violence: A gender comparison. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 15(2), February, pp. 158-169.

Migliaccio, Todd A. (2001). Marginalizing the battered male. Journal of Men’s Studies, Volume 9 Number 2, Winter.

Migliaccio, Todd A. (2002). Abused husbands. Journal of Family Issues, Jan, Vol. 23, Iss. 1, pp. 26-52.

Morse, B.J. (1995). Beyond the Conflict Tactics Scale: Assessing gender differences in partner violence. Violence and Victims, Volume 10 Issue 4, Winter, pp. 251-272.

Muelleman, Robert L., and Patricia Burgess. (1998). Male victims of domestic violence and their history of perpetrating violence. Academic Emergency Medicine, September, 5(9).

Newburn, Tim, and Elizabeth A. Stanko. (1994). When Men are Victims: The Failure of Victimology. In Just Boys Doing Business? Men, Masculinities and Crime. London: Routledge.

O’Leary, K. Daniel. (2000). Are women really more aggressive than men in intimate relationships? Comment on Archer. (2000). Psychological Bulletin, 126(5), September/October, pp. 685-689.

Oosterhoff, P., P. Zwanikken, and E. Ketting. (2004). Sexual torture of men in Croatia and other conflict situations: An open secret. Reproductive Health Matters, May;12(23): 68-77.

Pershing, Linda. (1996). ‘His wife seized his prize and cut it to size’: Folk and popular commentary on Lorena Bobbitt. NWSA Journal, 8(3), Fall.

Pritchard, Jacki. (2001). Male Victims of Elder Abuse: Their Experiences and Needs. London; Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Russell, Brenda L., and Debra L. Oswald. (2002). Sexual Coercion and Victimization of College Men: The Role of Love Styles. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Mar.; 17: pp. 273-285.

Sarantakos, Sotirios. (1996). Same-sex couples: Problems and prospects. Jounral of Family Studies, 2(2), October.

Sarantakos, Sotirios. (1999). Husband abuse: Fact or fiction?. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 34(3), August.

Simonelli, Catherine J., and Kathleen M. Ingram. (1998). Psychological distress among men experiencing physical and emotional abuse in heterosexual dating relationships. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Vol 13(6), pp. 667-681.

Sivakumaran, Sandesh. (2007). Sexual Violence Against Men in Armed Conflict. European Journal of International Law, 18(2).

Stanko, Elizabeth A. and Hobdell, Kathy. (1992). Assault on men: Masculinity and male victimisation. British Journal of Criminology, 33(3), Summer.

Steinmetz, Suzanne K. (1977/78). The battered husband syndrome. Victimology, 2, pp. 499-509.

Steinmetz, Suzanne K. and Lucca, Joseph S. (1988). Husband battering. In Sussman, Marvin B. and Steinmetz, Suzanne K. (eds.). Handbook of Marriage and the Family. New York: Plenum

Stockdale, Graham L. (1998). Men’s Accounts of Domestic Violence. Masters thesis, Melbourne: Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences, School of Nutrition and Public Health, Deakin University.

Straton, Jack. (1994). The myth of the ‘battered husband syndrome’. Masculinities, 2(4), Winter.

Taft, A., K. Hegarty, and M. Flood. (2001). Are Men and Women Equally Violent to Intimate Partners? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 25.

Violence Against Women, November 2006; Vol. 12, No. 11.
Guest Editors’ Introduction / Sarah L. Cook and Suzanne C. Swan: 995-996.
Origin and Goals of the “Gender Symmetry” Workshop / Leora N. Rosen: 997-1002.
Conflict and Control: Gender Symmetry and Asymmetry in Domestic Violence / Michael P. Johnson: 1003-1018.
Commentary on Johnson’s “Conflict and Control: Gender Symmetry and Asymmetry in Domestic Violence”/ Evan Stark: 1019-1025.
The Development of a Theory of Women’s Use of Violence in Intimate Relationships / Suzanne C. Swan and David L. Snow: 1026-1045.
Commentary on Swan and Snow’s “The Development of a Theory of Women’s Use of Violence in Intimate Relationships” / Claire M. Renzetti: 1046-1049.
Beyond Frequency and Severity: Development and Validation of the Brief Coercion and Conflict Scales / Sarah L. Cook and Lisa A. Goodman: 1050-1072.
Commentary on Cook and Goodman’s “Beyond Frequency and Severity: Development and Validation of the Brief Coercion and Conflict Scales” / Patricia Tjaden: 1073-1077.
Future Directions / Walter S. DeKeseredy: 1078-1085.
Future Research on Gender Symmetry in Physical Assaults on Partners / Murray A. Straus: 1086-1097.

Vivian, D., and J. Langhinrichsen-Rohling. (1994). Are bi-directionally violent couples mutually victimized? A gender-sensitive comparison. Violence and Victims, 9(2), Summer, pp. 107-124.

Waldo, C.R., J.L. Berdahl and L.F. Fitzgerald. (1998). Are men sexually harassed? If so, by whom? Law and Human Behavior, Volume 22 Issue 1, February, pp. 59-79.

Walker, Melinda. (1995). Interpreting the figures: Increases in women’s violence or just more masculinist legal tactics? Australian Feminist Legal Journal, 5, August.

White, Jacquelyn W., Paige Hall Smith, Mary P. Koss, and A.J. Figueredo. (2000). Intimate partner aggression – What have we learned?: Comment on Archer. (2000). Psychological Bulletin, 126(5), September/October, pp. 690-696.

White, Rob. (2006). Swarming and the social dynamics of group violence. Trends & issues in crime and criminal justice, No. 326, October.

Winlow, Simon, and Steve Hall. (2006). Violent Night: Urban Leisure and Contemporary Culture. Oxford: Berg.
1: Introduction - Contemporary Youth Identities in Context.
2: Working to Live: Contemporary Youth Identities and Labour Markets.
3: Instrumentalism in Relationships, Culture and Education.
4: Young People, the Culture Industry and the Night-time Economy.
5: Alcohol, Violence and the Drudgery of Seeking Pleasure.
6: Victims’ Stories.
7: Perpetrators’ Stories.
8: Policemens’ Stories.
9: Conclusion.


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i) Male/male violence

Note: This section is focused on forms of male/male violence other than sexual assault. Also see the section above, “When Men are Subject to Violence” and the section “Men, Prisons, Criminology, the Law”.

Archer, John. (1994). Violence Between Men. Chapter 7 in John Archer, (ed.). Male Violence. London & New York: Routledge.

Benson, David, and John Archer. (2002). An ethnographic study of sources of conflict between young men in the context of the night out. Psychology, Evolution & Gender, Volume 4, Number 1, April, pp. 3-30.

British Journal of Criminology. (1996). Special Issue: Masculinities, Social Relations and Crime. 36(3).

Canaan, Joyce E. (1991). Is ‘doing nothing’ just boys’ play?: Integrating feminist and cultural studies perspectives on working-class young men’s masculinity. In Franklin, Sarah, Lury, Celia and Stacey, Jackie. (eds.). Off-Centre: Feminism and Cultural Studies. London: HarperCollins.

Canaan, Joyce E. (1996). ‘One thing leads to another’: Drinking, fighting and working-class masculinities. In Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin. (ed.). Understanding Masculinities: Social Relations and Cultural Arenas. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Dundes, Alan, with Lauren Dundes. (2002). The elephant walk and other amazing hazing: Male fraternity initiation through infantilization and feminization.” In Bloody Mary in the mirror: Essays in psychoanalytic folkloristics, by Alan Dundes. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.

Dyck, Noel. (1980). Booze, Barrooms and Scrapping: Masculinity and Violence in a Western Canadian Town. Canadian Journal of Anthropology 1(2), Winter: 191-198.

Einarsen, S. and Raknes, B.I. (1997). Harassment in the workplace and the victimization of men. Violence and Victims, Volume 12 Issue 3, Fall, pp. 247-263.

Flowers, Lamont A. (2005). Black Haze: Violence, Sacrifice, and Manhood in Black Greek-Letter Fraternities. Journal of College Student Development, May/June, Vol. 46, Iss. 3.

Gallant, T.W. (2000). Honor, masculinity, and ritual knife fighting in nineteenth-century Greece. American Historical Review. 105(2):359-382, Apr.

Graham, Kathryn, and Samantha Wells. (2001). The Two Worlds of Aggression for Men and Women. Sex Roles, 45(9/10), November.

Hemphill, Dennis (ed). (1998). All Part of the Game: Violence and Australian Sport.
Contents;
Martin Crotty: ‘There’s a Tumult in the Distance and a War-Song in the Air: Violence and Sport in the Australian Public School of the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century.’
Brett Hutchins: ‘Sporting Violence: History, Theory, Context and Figurations.’
Roy Hay: ‘A New Look at Soccer Violence.’
Roy Hay and Ian Warren: ‘Order and Disorder at Sporting Venues.’
Ian Warren: ‘Violence, Sport and the Law: A Critical Discussion.’
Michael Burke: ‘Is Boxing Violent? Let’s Ask Some Boxers.’
Baydon Beddoe: ‘In the Fight: Phenomenology of a Pugilist.’
Margaret Lindley: ‘Her Beauty and Her Terror: Australian Football and the Community.’
Dennis Hemphill: ‘It’s All Part of Whose Game? A Violence and Sport Commentary.’
Rob Hess: ‘Violence and Sport: Selected Bibliography’.

Homel, R., S. Tomsen, and J. Thommeny. (1991) The problem of violence on licensed premises: The Sydney study. In Stockwell, T., Lang, E. & Rydon, P. (eds.) The Licensed Drinking Environment: Current Research in Australia and New Zealand. Melbourne, National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, pp 33-40.

Johnson, Jay, and Margery Holman, (eds.). (2004). Making the team: Inside the sorld of Sports initiations and hazing. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press.
Introduction: A Brief History of Hazing.
1. Hazing - A Story.
2. Hazing - What the Law Says.
3. “No Mercy Shown Nor Asked” - Toughness Test or Torture? Hazing in Military Combat Units and its “Collateral Damage”.
4. A Search for a Theoretical Understanding of Hazing Practices in Athletics.
5. Hazing, Masculinity, and Collision Sports: (Un)Becoming Heroes.
6. What’s Sex Got to Do With It?
7. Gender Differences in Coaches’ Perceptions of Hazing in Intercollegiate Athletics.
8. How Sportswriters Contribute to a Hazing Culture in Athletics.
9. In Their Own Words: Athletic Administrators, Coaches, and Athletes at Two Universities Discuss Hazing Policy Initiatives
10. Changing the Initiation Ceremony.

Jones, Ricky L. (2000). The historical significance of sacrificial ritual: Understanding violence in the modern Black fraternity pledge process. Western Journal of Black Studies, 24(2), pp. 112-124.

Jones, Ricky L. (2004). Black haze: Violence, sacrifice, and manhood in black Greek-letter fraternities. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Kenway, Jane, Lindsay Fitzclarence, and Lindsay Hasluck. (2000). Toxic shock: Understanding violence against young males in the workplace. Journal of Men’s Studies, 8(2), Winter.

Kleinplatz, Peggy J., and Charles Moser, (eds.). (2006). Sadomasochism: Powerful Pleasures. Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press.

Maghan, J. (1999). Dangerous inmates: Maximum security incarceration in the state prison systems of the United States. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 4(1): 1-12.

Mullins, Christopher W., Richard Wright, and Bruce A. Jacobs. (2004). Gender, Streetlife and Criminal Retaliation. Criminology, Nov., Vol. 42, Iss. 4.

Newburn, Tim, and Elizabeth A. Stanko. (1994). When men are victims: The failure of victimology. In Just Boys Doing Business? Men, Masculinities and Crime. London: Routledge.

Nuwer, Frank. (1990). Broken Pledges: The deadly rite of hazing. Atlanta, GA: Longstreet Press.

Nuwer, Frank. (1999). Wrongs of passage: Fraternities, sororities, hazing, and binge drinking. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Nuwer, Frank. (2000). High school hazing: When rites become wrongs. New York: Franklin Watts.

Nuwer, Hank, ed. (2004). The Hazing Reader: Examining Rites Gone Wrong in Fraternities, Professional & Amateur Athletics, High Schools and the Military. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Introduction / Hank Nuwer: Exterminating the Frat Rats.
A Chronology of Hazing Events.
One: Understanding Fraternity Hazing / Stephen Sweet.
Two: Males Courting Males / Lionel Tiger.
Three: Groupthink / Irving L. Janis.
Four: Cult-Like Hazing, Part One and Part Two / Hank Nuwer.
Five: An excerpt from: Alcohol and the chosen few: Organizational reproduction in an addictive system (exact title under discussion now / editor and author) / James C. Arnold.
Six: Pledging and Hazing in African-American Fraternities and Sororities / D. Jason DeSousa, Michael V.W. Gordon, & Walter Kimbrough.
Seven: Examining Violence in Black Fraternity Pledging / Ricky L. Jones.
Eight: Troubled Times in a Fraternity System / Jonathan R. Farr.
Nine: A Sorority Executive’s Perspective on Hazing.
Ten: Military Hazing / Hank Nuwer.
Eleven: Rites of Passage and Group Bonding in the Canadian Airborne / Donna Winslow.
Twelve: Traumatic Injuries Caused / Hazing / Michelle A. Finkel, M.D.
Thirteen: A Carolina Soccer Initiation “Party” / Gregory Danielson [with an introduction / the editor].
Fourteen: Hazing and Sports and the Law / R. Brian Crow and Scott R. Rosner .
Fifteen: Institutional Liability and Hazing—Mainly Athletics-Related / R. Brian Crow and Scott R. Rosner.
Sixteen: Transforming a Hazing Culture / Elizabeth J. Allan and Susan V. Iverson.
Seventeen: Hazing and Gender / Elizabeth J. Allan.

Polk, Kenneth. (1994). When Men Kill: Scenarios of Masculine Violence. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press.

Polk, Kenneth. (1995). Masculine scenarios of violence: The case of homicide. Journal of Australian Studies, v.43: 144-153.

Polk, Kenneth. (1996). Masculinity, honour, and confrontational homicide. Chapter 11 in Daly, Kathleen and Maher, Lisa. (eds.). Criminology at the Crossroads: Feminist Readings in Crime and Justice. New York: Oxford University Press.

Polk, Kenneth. (1999). Males and Honor Contest Violence. Homicide Studies, vol. 3, no. 1, February, pp. 6-29.

Reilly, Jacqueline, Orla T. Muldoon, and Clare Byrne. (2004). Young Men as Victims and Perpetrators of Violence in Northern Ireland: A Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Social Issues, Volume 60, Number 3, September, pp. 469-484.

Roberts, Lynne, and David Indermaur. (2005). Boys and Road Rage: Driving-Related Violence and Aggression in Western Australia. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, Volume 38, Number 3, December, pp. 361-380.

Schissel, Bernard. (2000). Boys Against Girls: The Structural and Interpersonal Dimensions of Violent Patriarchal Culture in the Lives of Young Men. Violence Against Women, September, v 6 n 9.

Stanko, Elizabeth A., and Kathy Hobdell. (1992). Assault on Men: Masculinity and Male Victimisation. British Journal of Criminology, 33(3), Summer.

Stoudt, Brett G. (2006). “You’re Either In or You’re Out”: School Violence, Peer Discipline, and the (Re)Production of Hegemonic Masculinity. Men and Masculinities, Vol. 8 No. 3, January, pp. 273-287.

Toker, Rachel L. (1999). Multiple Masculinities: A new vision for same-sex harassment law. Harvard Civil Rights – Civil Liberties Law Review, Vol. 34.

Tomsen, Stephen, R. Homel, and J. Thommeny. (1990) The Causes of Public Violence: Situational and other factors in drinking-related assaults. In Chappell, D. et. al. (eds.) Australian Violence: Contemporary Perspectives. Canberra, Australian Institute of Criminology pp: 177-194.

Tomsen, Stephen. (1997). A top night: Social protest, masculinity and the culture of drinking violence. British Journal of Criminology, 37(1), Winter, pp. 90-102.

Tomsen, Stephen. (2005). ‘Boozers and Bouncers’: Masculine Conflict, Disengagement and the Contemporary Governance of Drinking-Related Violence and Disorder. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, Volume 38, Number 3, December, pp. 283-297.

van Eickels, Klaus. (2004). Gendered Violence: Castration and Blinding as Punishment for Treason in Normandy and AngloNorman England. Gender & History, Volume 16, Issue 3, pp. 588-602, November.

Weisfeld, Glenn. (1994). Aggression and dominance in the social world of boys. Chapter 3 in Archer, John. (ed.). Male Violence. London & New York: Routledge.

White, Rob. (2006). Swarming and the social dynamics of group violence. Trends & issues in crime and criminal justice, No. 326, October.

Whitehead, Antony. (2005). Man to Man Violence: How Masculinity May Work as a Dynamic Risk Factor. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, Volume 44, Number 4, September, pp. 411-422.

Winlow, Simon, and Steve Hall. (2006). Violent Night: Urban Leisure and Contemporary Culture. Oxford: Berg.
1: Introduction - Contemporary Youth Identities in Context.
2: Working to Live: Contemporary Youth Identities and Labour Markets.
3: Instrumentalism in Relationships, Culture and Education.
4: Young People, the Culture Industry and the Night-time Economy.
5: Alcohol, Violence and the Drudgery of Seeking Pleasure.
6: Victims’ Stories.
7: Perpetrators’ Stories.
8: Policemens’ Stories.
9: Conclusion.

Zeeland, Steven. (1996). The masculine marine: Homoeroticism in the U.S. marine corps. New York: Harrington Park Press.


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Note: Many of the references elsewhere in this section on violence include material on female perpetration. See the section "When Men are Subject to Violence" for discussions of women's versus men's violence, domestic violence against men, and related issues. Also see the section "Male Rape".

Anderson, Peter B. (1996). Correlates of College Women’s Self-Reports of Heterosexual Aggression. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, Volume 8 Issue 2, April, pp. 121-131.

Anderson, Peter B. (1999). Male and Female Differences in Reports of Women’s Heterosexual Initiation and Aggression. Archives of Sexual Behavior, June, 28(3). .

Anderson, Peter B., and Cindy Struckman-Johnson. (eds.). (1998). Sexually Aggressive Women: Current perspectives and controversies. New York & London: Guilford Press.

Anderson, Peter B., and Jane S. Savage. (2005). Social, Legal, and Institutional Context of Heterosexual Aggression by College Women. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, vol. 6 no. 2, pp. 130-140, April.

Armstrong, Tisha Gangopadhyay, Julia Y. Wernke, Krista Lisdahl Medina, and John Schafer,. (2002). Do Partners Agree about the Occurrence of Intimate Partner Violence? A Review of the Current Literature. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 181-193, July.

Artz, Sibylle. (1998). Sex, Power and the Violent Schoolgirl. Toronto, Ontario: Trifolium Books Inc.

Babock, Julia C., Sarah A. Miller, and Cheryl Siard. (2003). Toward A Typology Of Abusive Women: Differences Between Partner-Only And Generally Violent Women In The Use Of Violence. Psychology of Women Quarterly, June, Vol. 27 Issue 2.

Bailey, Alice. (1998). A Question of Violence: Women Raping Men. Arena magazine, 35, June-July (first Printed in DVIRC Newsleter).

Bairner, A. (1999). Soccer, Masculinity, and Violence in Northern Ireland: Between Hooliganism and Terrorism. Men and Masculinities, 1(3): 284-301.

Barnett, O. W., C. Y. Lee, and R. E. Thelen. (1997). Gender differences in attributions of self-defense and control in interpartner aggression. Violence Against Women, 3, 462-481.

Barton, Brenda. (1998). When Murdering Hands Rock the Cradle: An Overview of America’s Incoherent Treatment of Infanticidal Mothers. Southern Methodist Law Review 591. March-April.

Belknap, Joanne, and Heather Melton. (2005). Are Heterosexual Men Also Victims of Intimate Partner Abuse? VAWnet National Electronic Network on Violence Against Women, Applied Research Forum, March.

Bernard, Claudia. (2000). Shifting the margins: Black feminist perspectives on discourses of mothers in child sexual abuse. In Women, Violence and Strategies for Action: Feminist Research, Policy and Practice. Edited by Jill Radford, Melissa Friedberg, and Lynne Harne, Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Bernhard, L.K. (2000). Physical and sexual violence experienced by lesbian and heterosexual women. Violence Against Women, 6(1): 68-79.

Berns, Nancy. (2001). Degendering the Problem and Gendering the Blame: Political Discourse on Women and Violence. Gender & Society, 15, 2, Apr, 262-281.

Bible, Andrea, Shamita Das Dasgupta, and Sue Osthoff. (eds.). (2002). Violence Against Women, Special Issue: Women’s Use of Violence in Intimate Relationships, Part 1. 8(11), November.
Guest Editors’ Introduction.
Discourses of Female Violence and Societal Gender Stereotypes / Paula Ruth Gilbert.
Men’s and Women’s Use of Intimate Partner Violence in Clinical Samples / L. Kevin Hamberger and Clare E. Guse.
‘Gender Symmetry’ in Domestic Violence: A Substantive and Methodological Research Review / Michael S. Kimmel.
A Framework for Understanding Women’s Use of Nonlethal Violence in Intimate Heterosexual Relationships / Shamita Das Dasgupta.
Women’s Use of Force: Complexities and Challenges of Taking the Issue Seriously / Nancy Worcester.

Bible, Andrea, Shamita Das Dasgupta, and Sue Osthoff. (eds.). (2002). Violence Against Women, Special Issue: Women’s Use of Violence in Intimate Relationships, Part 2. 8(12), December.
Guest Editors’ Introduction.
Are Physical Assaults by Wives and Girlfriends a Major Social Problem? A Review of the Literature / Daniel G. Saunders.
Understanding the Context of Dual Arrest With Directions for Future Research / David Hirschel and Eve Buzawa.
Criminalizing Abused Girls / Sandra Simkins and Sarah Katz.
No Sugar, No Spice: Reflections on Research on Woman-To-Woman Sexual Violence / Lori B. Girshick.
But, Gertrude, I Beg To Differ, a Hit Is Not a Hit Is Not a Hit: When Battered Women Are Arrested for Assaulting Their Partners / Sue Osthoff.

Bible, Andrea, Shamita Das Dasgupta, and Sue Osthoff. (eds.). (2003). Violence Against Women, Special Issue: Women’s Use of Violence in Intimate Relationships, Part 3. 9(1), January.
Guest Editors’ Introduction.
A Working Analysis of Women’s Use of Violence in the Context of Learning, Opportunity, and Choice / Julie L. Perilla, Kim Frndak, Debbie Lillard, Cynthia East.
Making Social Change: Reflections on Individual and Institutional Advocacy With Women Arrested for Domestic Violence / Martha McMahon, Ellen Pence.
Behavorial and Psychological Differences Among Women who use Violence in Intimate Relationships / Suzanne C. Swan, David L. Snow.
The Words Change, but the Melody Lingers: The Persistence of the Battered Woman Syndrome in Criminal Cases Involving Battered Women / Kathleen J. Ferraro.
Book Review: Convicted Survivors: The Imprisonment of Battered Women Who Kill / Barbara Davidson.

Birch, Helen. (ed.). Moving Targets: Women, Murder and Representation. Virago. (On female killers)

Brown, Lyn. (2003). Girlfighting: Betrayal and Rejection Among Girls. New York University Press.

Busch, Amy L., and Mindy S. Rosenberg. (2004). Comparing Women and Men Arrested for Domestic Violence: A preliminary report. Journal of Family Violence, 19(1), February.

Caetano, Raul, John Schafer, Craig Field, and Scott M. Nelson. (2002). Agreement on Reports of Intimate Partner Violence among White, Black, and Hispanic Couples in the United States. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, vol. 17, no. 12, pp. 1308-1322, December.

Carney M, Buttell F, Dutton D. (2007). Women Who Perpetrate Intimate Partner Violence: A Review of the Literature
With Recommendations for Treatment. Aggression & Violent Behavior, 12(1): 108-115.

Carney, M., F. Buttell, and D. Dutton. (2007). Women who perpetrate intimate partner violence: A review of the literature with recommendations for treatment. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 12(1): 108-115.

Carrington, K. (2006). Does Feminism Spoil Girls? Explanations for rising rates of female delinquency. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, Vol 39, No 1, pp. 34–53.

Carrington, K. (2006). Global rises in female delinquency? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology.

Crinall, Karen. (1999). Offending Mothers: Theorising in a feminist minefield. Chapter 6 in Pease, Bob, and Jan Fook. (eds.). (1999). Transforming Social Work Practice: Postmodern critical perspectives. London & New York: Routledge, pp. 97-112.

Currie, D., D. Kelly, and S. Pomerantz. (2007). ‘The power to squash people’: understanding girls’ relational aggression. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 28(1): 23-37.

Currie, D.H. (1998). Violent Men Or Violent Women? Whose Definition Counts? In Racquel Kennedy Bergen. (ed.). Issues in Intimate Violence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Dasgupta, Shamita Das. (1999). Just Like Men? A Critical View of Violence By Women. In Shepard, Melanie F. and Pence, Ellen L. (eds.), Coordinating Community Responses to Domestic Violence: Lessons from Duluth and Beyond. Sage.

Dasgupta, Shamita Das. (2001). Towards an Understanding of Women’s Use of Non-Lethal Violence in Intimate Heterosexual Relationships. VAWNET: National Electronic Network on Violence Against Women, February.

DeKeseredy, W.S. (2000). Women, Crime, and the Canadian Criminal Justice System. Anderson Press.

DeKeseredy, W.S., and M. Dragiewicz. (2007). Understanding the Complexities of Feminist Perspectives on Woman Abuse: A Commentary on Donald G. Dutton’s Rethinking Domestic Violence. Violence Against Women, 13(8): 874-884.

DeKeseredy, W.S., D.G. Saunders, M.D. Schwartz, and S. Alvi. (1997). Meanings and Motives for Women’s Use of Violence in Canadian College Dating Relationships: Results from a National Survey. Sociological Spectrum, Volume 17 Issue 2, April-June, pp. 199-222.

DeLeon-Granados, W., W. Wells, and R. Binsbacher. (2006). Arresting Developments: Trends in Female Arrests for Domestic Violence and Proposed Explanations. Violence Against Women, 12(4): 355-371.

Denfeld, Rene. (1997). Kill the Body, the Head Will Fall: A Closer Look at Women, Violence, and Aggression. London: Vintage.

Denow, Myriam S. (2003). The Myth of Innocence: Sexual scripts and the recognition of child sexual abuse by female perpetrators, Journal of Sex Research, 40(3), Winter.

Dobash, Russell P. et.al. (1992). The Myth of Sexual Symmetry in Marital Violence. Social Problems, 39(1), February.

Dobash, Russell P., and R. Emerson Dobash. (2004). Women’s violence to men in intimate relationships: Working on a puzzle. British Journal of Criminology, 44(3), May.

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.

Downs, W.R., B. Rindels, and C. Atkinson. (2007). Women’s Use of Physical and Nonphysical Self-Defense Strategies During Incidents of Partner Violence. Violence Against Women, 13(1): 28-45.

Dutton, D.G., and K. Corvo. (2006). Transforming a flawed policy: A call to revive psychology and science in domestic violence research and practice. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 11(5): 457-483.

Dutton, D.G., and T.L. Nicholls. (2005). The gender paradigm in domestic violence research and theory: Part 1--The conflict of theory and data. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 10(6): 680-714.

Elliott, Michele. (ed). (1994). Female Sexual Abuse of Children: The Forbidden Taboo. New York: Guilford Press.

Featherstone, Brid. (1996). Victims or Villlains? Women Who Physically Abuse Their Children. In Fawcett, Barbara, Featherstone, Brid, Hearn, Jeff and Toft, Christine. (eds.). Violence and Gender Relations: Theories and Interventions. London: Sage.

Fitzroy, Lee. (1999). Mother/Daughter Incest: Making sense of the unthinkable. Feminism & Psychology, 9(4).

Fitzroy, Lee. (2001). Violent Women: Questions for Feminist Theory, Practice and Policy. Critical Social Policy, 21(1).

Gelles, R.J. (2007). The politics of research: the use, abuse, and misuse of social science data: the cases of intimate partner violence. Family Court Review, 45(1): 42-51.

George, M.J. (2002). Skimmington Revisited. Journal of Men’s Studies, 10(2), Winter.

Glass, N., Koziol-McLain, J., Campbell, J. & Block, C. (2004). Female-perpetrated femicide and attempted femicide: A case study. Violence Against Women, 10, 606-625.

Gondolf, Edward W., and Angie K. Beeman. (2003). Women’s Accounts of Domestic Violence Versus Tactics-Based Outcome Categories. Violence Against Women, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 278-301, March 2003.

Graves, K.N. (2007). Not always sugar and spice: Expanding theoretical and functional explanations for why females aggress. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 12(2): 131-140.

Grayston, A.D., and R.V. De Luca. (1999). Female perpetrators of child sexual abuse: A review of the clinical and empirical literature. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 4(1): 93-106.

Hamberger, L. Kevin, and Clare Guse. (2005). Typology of Reactions to Intimate Partner Violence Among Men and Women Arrested for Partner Violence. Violence and Victims, June, Vol. 20, Iss. 3.

Hamberger, L. Kevin, and T. Potente. (1994). Counseling Heterosexual Women Arrested for Domestic Violence: Implications for Theory and Practice. Violence and Victims, 9(2), Summer, pp. 125-137. (Also in Hamberger, L. Kevin, and Claire Renzetti. (eds.). (1996). Domestic Partner Abuse. New York: Springer.)

Hamberger, L. Kevin. (1997). Female Offenders in Domestic Violence: A look at actions in their context. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, pp. 115-127.

Hamel, John. (2005). Gender-Inclusive Treatment of Intimate Partner Abuse: A Comprehensive Approach. Springer.

Hart, Lynda. (1994). Fatal Woman: Lesbian Sexuality and the Mark of Aggression. Routledge.

Henning, Kris, and Brian Renauer. (2005). Prosecution of Women Arrested for Intimate Partner Abuse. Violence and Victims, June, Vol. 20, Iss. 3.

Henning, Kris, and Lynette Feder. (2004). A Comparison of Men and Women Arrested for Domestic Violence: Who presents the greater threat? Journal of Family Violence, 19(2), April.

Henning, Kris, Angela Jones, and Robert Holdford. (2003). Treatment Needs of Women Arrested for Domestic Violence: A Comparison with Male Offenders. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, vol. 18, no. 8, pp. 839-856, August.

Hettrich, E.L., and K.D. O’Leary. (2007). Females’ Reasons for Their Physical Aggression in Dating Relationships. J Interpers Violence, 22(9): 1131-1143.

Holtzworth-Munroe, A. (2005). Male Versus Female Intimate Partner Violence: Putting Controversial Findings into context. Journal of Marriage and Family, 67(5): 1120.

Hooper, Melissa. (1996). When Domestic Violence Diversion is No Longer an Option: What to do with the female offender. Berkeley Women’s Law Journal, Vol. 11.

International Journal of Men’s Health, 6(1), Spring 2007.
The Re-Emergence of Male Victims / Nicola Graham-Kevan (3-6).
The “Great Taboo” and the Role of Patriarchy in Husband and Wife Abuse / Malcolm J. George (7-21).
Effects of Sexual Assaults on Men: Physical, Mental and Sexual Consequences / Richard Tewksbury (22-35).
Toward a Gender-Inclusive Conception of Intimate Partner Violence Research and Theory: Part 1 - Traditional Perspectives / John Hamel (36-53).
Female Intimate Partner Violence and Developmental Trajectories of Abusive Females / Donald G. Dutton.

Jenkins, Stephen S., and Jennifer Aube. (2002). Gender Differences and Gender-Related Constructs in Dating Aggression. Personality And Social Psychology Bulletin, vol. 28, no. 11, pp. 1106-1118, November.

Johansson-Love, J., and W. Fremouw. (2006). A critique of the female sexual perpetrator research. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 11(1): 12-26.

Johnson, M.P. (2005). Domestic Violence: It’s Not About Gender-Or Is It? Journal of Marriage and Family, 67(5): 1126.

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Journal of Marriage and Family, December 2005, Vol. 67 Issue 5;
Partner Violence and Mental Health Outcomes in a New Zealand Birth Cohort / David M. Fergusson, L. John Horwood, Elizabeth M. Ridder.
Male Versus Female Intimate Partner Violence: Putting Controversial Findings into context / Amy Holtzworth-Munroe.
Domestic Violence: It’s Not About Gender - Or Is It? / Michael P. Johnson.
Rejoinder / David M. Fergusson, L. John Horwood, Elizabeth M. Ridder.
For Women, Breadwinning Can Be Dangerous: Gendered Resource Theory and Wife Abuse / Maxine P. Atkinson, Theodore N. Greenstein, Molly Monahan Lang.
Employment and the Risk of Domestic Abuse Among Low-Income Women / Christina M. Gibson-Davis, Katherine Magnuson, Lisa A. Gennetian, Greg J. Duncan.
Observer, Self-, and Partner Reports of Hostile Behaviors in Romantic Relationships / Ming Cui, Frederick O. Lorenz, Rand D. Conger, Janet N. Melby, Chalandra M. Bryant.
Gender and the Seriousness of Assaults on Intimate Partners and Other Victims / Richard B. Felson, Alison C. Cares.

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Katz, J., S.W. Kuffel, and A. Coblentz. (2002). Are There Gender Differences in Sustaining Dating Violence? An Examination of Frequency, Severity, and Relationship Satisfaction. Journal of Family Violence, 17(3): 247-271.

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Mcfarlane, Judith, Pamela Willson, Ann Malecha, and Dorothy Lemmey. (2000). Intimate Partner Violence: A Gender Comparison. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 158-169, February.

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Miller, Jody, and Scott H. Decker. (2001). Young women and gang violence: Gender, street offending, and violent victimization in gangs. Justice Quarterly, March, Vol. 18, Iss. 1.

Miller, S.L., and M.L. Meloy. (2006). Women’s Use of Force: Voices of Women Arrested for Domestic Violence. Violence Against Women, 12(1): 89-115.

Miller, Susan L. (1994). Expanding the Boundaries: Toward a More Inclusive and Integrated Study of Intimate Violence. Violence and Victims, 9(2), Summer, pp. 183-194. (Also in Hamberger, L. Kevin, and Claire Renzetti. (eds.). (1996). Domestic Partner Abuse. New York: Springer.)

Miller, Susan L. (2001). The Paradox of Women Arrested for Domestic Violence: Criminal Justice Professionals and Service Providers Respond. Violence Against Women, vol. 7, no. 12, pp. 1339-1376, December.

Moe, A.M. (2004). Blurring the Boundaries: Women’s Criminality in the Context of Abuse. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 32(3/4): 116.

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Motz, Anna. (2001). The Psychology of Female Violence: Crimes against the body.

Muncer, Steven, Anne Campbell, Victoria Jervis, and Rachel Lewis. (2001). “Ladettes,” social representations, and aggression. Sex Roles, 44(1/2).

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Nelson, Andrea, and Pamela Oliver. (1998). Gender and the Construction of Consent in Child-Adult Sexual Contact: Beyond gender neutrality and male monopoly. Gender & Society, 12(5), October.

O’Keefe, M., and L. Treister. (1998). Victims of Dating Violence Among High School Students: Are the Predictors Different for Males and Females? Violence Against Women, 4, 195-223.

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Orcutt, Holly K., Marilyn Garcia, and Scott M. Pickett. (2005). Female-Perpetrated Intimate Partner Violence and Romantic Attachment Style in a College Student Sample. Violence and Victims, June, Vol. 20, Iss. 3.

Parker, Roszika. (1995). Mother Love/Mother Hate: The Power of Maternal Ambivalence. New York: Basic.

Pearson, Patricia. (1997). When She Was Bad: Violent Women and the Myth of Innocence. New York: Viking.

Perilla, Julia L., Kim Frndak, Debbie Lillard, and Cynthia East. (2003). A Working Analysis of Women’s Use of Violence in the Context of Learning, Opportunity, and Choice. Violence Against Women, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 10-46, January.

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Psychology of Women Quarterly, September 2005, Vol. 29 Issue 3, Special Issue: Female Violence Against Intimate Partners.
Female Violence Against Intimate Partners: An Introduction / Irene Hanson Frieze.
The Myth Of Female Passivity: Thirty Years Of Revelations About Female Aggression / Deborah South Richardson.
Courtship Behaviors, Relationship Violence, And Breakup Persistence In College Men And Women / Stacey L. Williams, Irene Hanson Frieze.
Relationship Quality And Domestic Violence In Women’s Same-Sex Relationships: The Role Of Minority Stress / Kimberly F. Balsam, Dawn M. Szymanski.
Investigating Three Explanations Of Women’s Relationship Aggression / Nicola Graham-Kevan, John Archer.
Intimate Partner Violence Perpetrated By College Women Within The Context Of A History Of Victimization / Kelly N. Graves, Stacy M. Sechrist, Jacquelyn W. White, Matthew J. Paradise.
Precursors And Correlates Of Women’s Violence: Child Abuse Traumatization, Victimization Of Women, Avoidance Coping, And Psychological Symptoms / Tami P. Sullivan, Katharine J. Meese, Suzanne C. Swan, Carolyn M. Mazure, David L. Snow.
Relationship Violence Among Adolescent Mothers: Frequency, Dyadic Nature, And Implications For Relationship Dissolution And Mental Health / Stephanie Milan, Jessica Lewis, Kathleen Ethier, Trace Kershaw, Jeannette R. Ickovics.
An Investment Model Analysis Of Relationship Stability Among Women Court-Mandated To Violence Interventions / Deborah L. Rhatigan, Todd M. Moore, Gregory L. Stuart.
A Postmodern Approach To Women’s Use Of Violence: Developing Multiple And Complex Conceptualizations / Maureen C. Mchugh, Nichole A. Livingston, Amy Ford.

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Renzetti, Claire. (1994). On Dancing With a Bear: Reflections on some of the current debates among domestic violence theorists. Violence and Victims, 9(2), Summer, pp. 195-200. (Also in Hamberger, L. Kevin, and Claire Renzetti. (eds.). (1996). Domestic Partner Abuse. New York: Springer.)

Ridley, C.A., and C.M. Feldman. (2003). Female Domestic Violence Toward Male Partners: Exploring Conflict Responses and Outcomes. Journal of Family Violence, 18(3): 157-170.

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Rosemary, Purcell. (2001). A Study of Women Who Stalk. American Journal of Psychiatry, December, Vol. 158, Iss. 12.

Ryan, K., and S. Mohr. (2005). Gender Differences in Playful Aggression During Courtship in College Students. Sex Roles. 53: 591-601.

Saradjian, Jacqui, with Helga Hanks. (year?). Women Who Sexually Abuse Children: From Research to Clinical Practice. Jacaranda Wiley.

Sarantakos, Sotirios. (2004) Deconstructing Self-Defense in Wife-to-Husband Violence. Journal of Men’s Studies, Spring, 12(3).

Sex Roles. (1994). Special Issues: On Aggression in Women and Girls: Cross-Cultural Perspectives, 30: 3/4, February.
The Cultural Construction of Gender and Aggression / Fry, Douglas P.; Gabriel, Ayala H.
Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Aggression in Women and Girls: An Introduction / Burbank, Victoria K.
Sex Differences in Physical, Verbal, and Indirect Aggression: A Review of Recent Research / Bjorkqvist, Kaj.
Fighting by the Rules: Women Street-Fighting in Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico / Cummings, Laura L.
Women, Men, and Aggression in an Egalitarian Society / Lepowsky, Maria.
Indirect Modes of Aggression Among Women of Buenos Aires, Argentina / Hines, Nicole J.; Fry, Douglas P.
Female Voices of Aggression in Tonga / Olson, Ernest.
Serious and Playful Aggression in Brazilian Girls and Boys / Frey, Claudia; Hoppe-Graff, Siegfried.
On Aggression, Human Rights, and Hegemonic Discourse: The Case of a Murder for Family Honor in Israel / Glazer, Ilsa M.; Ras, Wahipa Abu.
Cholas, Mexican-American Girls, and Gangs / Harris, Mary G.

Sorenson, Susan B., and Catherine A. Taylor. (2005). Female Aggression Toward Male Intimate Partners: An Examination of Social Norms in a Community-Based Sample. Psychology of Women Quarterly, Volume 29 Issue 1, March.

Stahly, Geraldine Butts, and Gwat-Yong Lie. (1995). Women and Violence: A Comparison of Lesbian and Heterosexual Battering Relationships. In Chrisler, Joan C. and Hemstreet, Alyce Huston. (eds.). Variations on a Theme: Diversity and the Psychology of Women. New York: State University of New York Press.

Steen, K., and S. Hunskaar. (2004). Gender and physical violence. Social Science & Medicine, 59(3): 567-571.

Stolzenberg, L., and S.J. D’Alessio. (2004). Sex differences in the likelihood of arrest. Journal of Criminal Justice, 32(5): 443.

Stoudt, B.G. (2006). “You’re Either In or You’re Out”: School Violence, Peer Discipline, and the (Re)Production of Hegemonic Masculinity. Men and Masculinities, 8(3): 273-287.

Straus, M.A., and I.L. Ramirez. (2007) Gender symmetry in prevalence, severity, and chronicity of physical aggression against dating partners by university students in Mexico and USA. Aggressive Behavior, 33(4): 281-290.

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Struckman-Johnson, Cindy. (1994). Men’s Reactions to Hypothetical Female Sexual Advances: A Beauty Bias in Response to Sexual Coercion. Sex Roles, 31: 7/8, October.

Stuart, G.L., T.M. Moore, J.C. Hellmuth, S.E. Ramsey, and C.W. Kahler. (2006). Reasons for Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration Among Arrested Women. Violence Against Women, 12(7): 609-621.

Swan, Suzanne C., and David L. Snow,. (2003). Behavioral and Psychological Differences Among Abused Women Who Use Violence in Intimate Relationships. Violence Against Women, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 75-109, January.

Swan, Suzanne C., and David L. Snow. (2002). A Typology of Women’s Use of Violence in Intimate Relationships. Violence Against Women, 8(3), March, pp. 286-319.

Swan, Suzanne C., Laura J. Gambone, Alice M. Fields, Tami P. Sullivan, and David L. Snow. (2005). Women Who Use Violence in Intimate Relationships: The Role of Anger, Victimization, and Symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress and Depression. Violence and Victims, June, Vol. 20, Iss. 3.

Taft, A., K. Hegarty, and M. Flood. (2001). Are Men and Women Equally Violent to Intimate Partners? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 25.

Temple, Jeff R., Rebecca Weston, and Linda L. Marshall. (2005). Physical and Mental Health Outcomes of Women in Nonviolent, Unilaterally Violent, and Mutually Violent Relationships. Violence and Victims, June, Vol. 20, Iss. 3.

Tower, L.E., and M.E. Fernandez. (2008). English- and Spanish-Speaking Women’s Use of Violence. J Interpers Violence, 23(1): 21-38.

Vandiver, Donna M., and Jeffery T. Walker. (2002). Female Sex Offenders: An Overview and Analysis of 40 Cases. Criminal Justice Review, vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 284-300, September.

Violence Against Women, November 2006; Vol. 12, No. 11.
Guest Editors’ Introduction / Sarah L. Cook and Suzanne C. Swan: 995-996.
Origin and Goals of the “Gender Symmetry” Workshop / Leora N. Rosen: 997-1002.
Conflict and Control: Gender Symmetry and Asymmetry in Domestic Violence / Michael P. Johnson: 1003-1018.
Commentary on Johnson’s “Conflict and Control: Gender Symmetry and Asymmetry in Domestic Violence”/ Evan Stark: 1019-1025.
The Development of a Theory of Women’s Use of Violence in Intimate Relationships / Suzanne C. Swan and David L. Snow: 1026-1045.
Commentary on Swan and Snow’s “The Development of a Theory of Women’s Use of Violence in Intimate Relationships” / Claire M. Renzetti: 1046-1049.
Beyond Frequency and Severity: Development and Validation of the Brief Coercion and Conflict Scales / Sarah L. Cook and Lisa A. Goodman: 1050-1072.
Commentary on Cook and Goodman’s “Beyond Frequency and Severity: Development and Validation of the Brief Coercion and Conflict Scales” / Patricia Tjaden: 1073-1077.
Future Directions / Walter S. DeKeseredy: 1078-1085.
Future Research on Gender Symmetry in Physical Assaults on Partners / Murray A. Straus: 1086-1097.

Violence and Victims, Volume 20, Number 2 April 2005;
Men’s and Women’s Use of Intimate Partner Violence in Clinical Samples: Toward a Gender-Sensitive Analysis / L. Kevin Hamberger.
A Comparison of Male and Female Dually Arrested Domestic Violence Offenders / Lynette Feder and Kris Henning.
Exerting Power or Striking Back: A Gendered Comparison of Motivations for Domestic Violence Perpetration / Poco Kernsmith.
Domestic Violence Among Male and Female Patients Seeking Emergency Medical Services / Mary Beth Phelan, L. Kevin Hamberger, Clare E. Guse, Shauna Edwards, Suzanne Walczak, and Amy Zosel.
Gender Symmetry in Dating Intimate Partner Violence: Does Similar Behavior Imply Similar Constructs? / Jennifer J. Cercone, Steven R. H. Beach, and Ileana Arias.
Partner Aggressive Women: Characteristics and Treatment Attrition / Lynn S. Dowd, Penny A. Leisring, and Alan Rosenbaum.
Applying the Transtheoretical Model to Female and Male Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Violence: Gender Differences in Stages and Processes of Change / Julia C. Babcock, Brittany E. Canady, Ashley Senior, and Christopher I. Eckhardt.
Commentary: Female Perpetration of Physical Aggression Against an Intimate Partner: A Controversial New Topic of Study / Amy Holtzworth-Munroe.

Watson, S.W. (2007). Boys, masculinity and school violence: reaping what we sow. Gender and Education, 19(6): 729 - 737.

Weston, R., J. Temple, and L. Marshall. (2005). Gender Symmetry and Asymmetry in Violent Relationships: Patterns of Mutuality Among Racially Diverse Women. Sex Roles. 53: 553-571.


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k) Violence in lesbian and gay relationships

(i) Lesbian and gay

Bailey, G.R. (1996). Treatment of domestic violence in gay and lesbian relationships. Journal of Psychological Practice, 2(2): 1-8.

Burke, Leslie K., and Diane R. Follingstad. (1999). Violence in Lesbian and Gay Relationships: Theory, prevalence, and correlational factors. Clinical Psychology Review, Volume 19, Issue 5, August, pp. 487-512.

Hanson, B. . (1996). The violence we face as lesbians and gay men: The landscape both outside and inside our communities. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 4(2): 95-113.

Leventhal, Beth, and Sandra E. Lundy. (eds.). (1999). Same Sex Violence: Strategies for Change. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Lundy, Sandra E. (1993). Abuse That Dare Not Speak Its Name: Assisting victims of lesbian and gay domestic violence in Massachusetts. New England Law Review, 8(2), Winter.

Lundy, Sandra E., and Beth Leventhal. (eds.). (1999). Same-Sex Domestic Violence. Sage

McClennen, J. C. (2005). Domestic Violence Between Same-Gender Partners: Recent Findings and Future Research. J Interpers Violence, 20(2): 149-154.

Renzetti C.M. (1997). Violence in lesbian and gay relationships. In: O’Tolle L, Schiffman JR, ed. Gender Violence: Interdisciplinary Perspectives: 285-293. New York: New York University Press.

Renzetti, Claire, and C. Miley. (eds.). (1996). Violence in Gay and Lesbian Domestic Partnerships. New York: Hawthorn Press.

Renzetti, C.M., C.H. Miley and C. Dandeneau. (1997). Violence in gay and lesbian domestic partnerships. Sex Roles, 36(5-6): 431-432.

Sarantakos, Sotirios. (1996). Same-Sex Couples: Problems and prospects. Journal of Family Studies, 2(2), October .

Sloan, L., and T. Edmond. (1996). Shifting the focus: Recognizing the needs of lesbian and gay survivors of sexual violence. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 5(4): 33-52.

Vickers, Lee. (1996). The Second Closet: Domestic violence in lesbian and gay relationships: A Western Australian perspective. Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law. 3. http://www.murdoch.edu.au/elaw/issues/v3n4/vickers.html (cited 13 May, 2002). .

Waldner-Haugrud, L. K. (1999). Sexual coercion in lesbian and gay relationships: A review and critique. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 4(2): 139-149.

Waterman, Caroline et.al. (1989). Sexual Coercion in Gay Male and Lesbian Relationships: Predictors and Implications for Support Services. Journal of Sex Research, 26(1).

(ii) Lesbian

Coleman, V.E. (1994). Lesbian battering: The relationship between personality and the perpetration of violence. Violence and Victims, 9(2): 139-152.

Hammond, Nancy. (1988). Lesbian Victims of Relationship Violence. Women and Therapy, 8(2).

Haridan Consultant Services. (eds.). (1997). Out of Limbo: First National Conference on Violence in Lesbian Relationships. Adelaide (10-11 April).

Hirschinger, Nancy B., Jeane Ann Grisson, Donald B. Wallace, Kelly Farley McCollum, et al. (2003). A case-control study of female-to-female nonintimate violence in an urban area. American Journal of Public Health, July, Vol. 93, Iss. 7.

Hollows, Belinda. (1996). Public Relations, Private Hell: Lesbian domestic violence. In Godwin, Nicola et al. (eds.). Assaults on Convention: Essays on Lesbian Transgressors. London: Cassell.

Kanuha, Valli. (1990). Compounding the Triple Jeopardy: Battering in lesbian of color relationships. Women and Therapy, 9(2) (Also in Diversity and Complexity in Feminist Theory, Haworth Press, 1990).

Kaschak, Ellyn (ed). (2001). Intimate Betrayal: Domestic violence in lesbian relationships. New York: Haworth Press.

Lobel, Kerry. (ed.). (for the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence Lesbian Taskforce). (1986). Naming the Violence: Speaking out About Lesbian Battering, Seattle, WA: Seal Press.

Lockhart, L.L., B.W. White, and V. Causby. (1994). Letting out the secret: Violence in lesbian relationships. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 9(4): 469-492.

Margolies, L., and E. Leeder. (1995). Violence at the door: Treatment of lesbian batterers. Violence Against Women, 1(2): 139-157.

Renzetti, Claire. (1988). Violence in Lesbian Relationships: A preliminary analysis of causal factors. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 5(4).

Renzetti, Claire. (1989). Building a Second Closet: Third party responses to victims of lesbian partner abuse. Family Relations, 36(2), 1 April.

Renzetti, Claire. (1992). Violent Betrayal: Partner Abuse in Lesbian Relationships. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Ristock, Janice L. (1997). The Cultural Politics of Abuse in Lesbian Relationships: Challenges for community action. In Benokraitis, Nijole V. (ed.). Subtle Sexism: Current Practice and Prospects for Change. Sage.

Ristock, Janice L. (2002). No More Secrets: Violence in lesbian relationships. New York: Routledge.

Ristock, Janice L. (2003). Exploring Dynamics of Abusive Lesbian Relationships: Preliminary Analysis of a Multisite, Qualitative Study. American Journal of Community Psychology, June, Vol. 31, Iss. 3/4.

Robson, Ruthann. (1990). Lavender Bruises: Intra-lesbian violence, law and lesbian legal theory. Golden Gate Law Review, 20, pp. 567-591.

Russo, A. (2004). Woman to woman Sexual Violence: Does She Call It Rape? Theoretical Criminology, 8(2): 244.

Scherzer, T. (1998). Domestic violence in lesbian relationships: Findings of the Lesbian Relationships Research Project. In: Ponticilli C, ed. Gateways to Improving Lesbian Health and Health Care: Opening Doors: 29-47. New York: Harrington Park Press/ The Haworth Press, Inc.

Schilt, R., G.-Y. Lie, and M. Montagne. (1990). Substance Abuse as a Correlate of Violence in Intimate Lesbian Relationships. Journal of Homosexuality, 19(3).

Southern Women’s Community Health Centre. (1998). Proceedings, Out of Limbo: First National Conference on Violence and Abuse Within Lesbian Relationships. Adelaide, 10-11 April 1997.

Stahly, Geraldine Butts, and Gwat-Yong Lie. (1995). Women and Violence: A Comparison of Lesbian and Heterosexual Battering Relationships. In Chrisler, Joan C. and Hemstreet, Alyce Huston. (eds.). Variations on a Theme: Diversity and the Psychology of Women. New York: State University of New York Press.

Taylor, J., T. Chandler, and E.J. Cross. (1996). Lesbians talk violent relationships. Women’s Studies International Forum, 19(3): 345-346.

(iii) Gay

Cruz, J. Michael. (2000). Gay male domestic violence and the pursuit of masculinity. In Nardi, Peter M. (ed.). Gay Masculinities. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications (Research on Men and Masculinities Series).

Cruz, J. Michael. (2003). “Why Doesn’t He Just Leave?”: Gay Male Domestic Violence and the Reasons Victims Stay. Journal of Men’s Studies, 11(3), Spring.

Island, David, and Patrick Lettelier. (1991). Men Who Beat the Men Who Love Them: Battered Gay Men and Domestic Violence. New York, NY: Harrington Park Press.

Landolt, Monica A., and Donald G. Dutton. (1997). Power and personality: An analysis of gay male intimate abuse. Sex Roles, September, Vol. 37, Iss. 5/6.

Letellier, Patrick. (1994). Gay and bisexual male domestic violence victimization: Challenges to feminist theory and responses to violence. Violence and Victims, 9(2), Summer. (Also in Hamberger, L. Kevin, and Claire Renzetti. (eds.). (1996). Domestic Partner Abuse. New York: Springer.).

 


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k) War and the Military, Guns and small arms

Guns, small arms, and light weapons

Bevan, James, and Nicolas Florquin. (2006). Few Options but the Gun: Angry Young Men. In Small Arms Survey 2006: Unfinished Business. Geneva: Oxford University Press.

Braga, Anthony. (2004). Gun Violence among Serious Young Offenders. Problem-Oriented Guides for Police, Problem-Specific Guides Series No. 23. Washington, D. C.: U. S. Department of Justice.

Buchanan, C., V. Farr, M. Flood, and J. Galeria. (2005). Women, Men, and Gun Violence: Options for action. In Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue. (eds.) Missing Pieces: Directions for reducing gun violence through the UN process on small arms control. Geneva: Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue (pp. 68-78).

Chapman, S., P. Alpers, K. Agho, and M. Jones. (2006). Australia’s 1996 gun law reforms: faster falls in firearm deaths, firearm suicides, and a decade without mass shootings. Injury Prevention, 12: 365-72.

Cock, Jacklyn. (2000). Weaponry and the Culture of Violence in South Africa. In Virginia Gamba (Ed.), with Clare Hansmann. Society under Siege, Vol. III: Managing Arms in South Africa. Pretoria: Institute for Security Studies.

Cook, Phillip and Jens Ludwig. (2003). Does Gun Prevalence Affect Teen Gun Carrying After All? Working Paper Series. Durham, North Carolina: Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy, Duke University.

Cook, Phillip, et al. (2005). “Underground Gun Markets”. Working Paper 11737. NBER Working Paper Series. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research. November.

Cooke, C.A., and J.E. Puddifoot. (2000). Gun culture and symbolism among U.K. and U.S. women. Journal of Social Psychology, 140(4): 423.

Decker, Scott and Richard Rosenfeld. (2004). Reducing Gun Violence: The St. Louis Consent-to-Search Program. Washington, D. C.: NIJ.

Epps, Ken. (2007). Towards Safe and Sustainable Communities: Addressing Armed Violence as a Development Priority. Working Paper 07-2. Waterloo: Project ploughshares.

Fagan, Jeffrey. (2002). Policing Guns and Youth Violence. The Future of Children, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 133-51.

Farr, V. (2006). Gender analysis as a tool for multilateral negotiators in the small arms context. In Disarmament as Humanitarian Action: From Perspective to Practice, Ed. J. Borrie and V. Martin Randin, May, pp. 109-136.

Florquin, Nicolas, and Christina Wille. (2004). A Common Tool: Firearms, Violence, and Crime. In Small Arms Survey 2004: Rights at Risk.

Hemenway, David and Matthew Miller. (2004). Gun Threats Against and Self-defense Gun Use by California Adolescents. Archives of Pediatric Adolescent Medicine. Vol. 158. April, pp. 395-400.

Hemenway, David. (2004). Private Guns, Public Health. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Hepburn, L.M., and D. Hemenway. (2004). Firearm availability and homicide: A review of the literature. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 9(4): 417-440.

Jackman, Geoffrey A. et al. (2001). Seeing Is Believing: What Do Boys Do When They Find a Real Gun? Pediatrics, June, 107, p. 1247-1250.

Kellner, Douglas. (2008). Guys and Guns Amok: Domestic Terrorism and School Shootings from the Oklahoma City Bombing to the Virginia Tech Massacre. Paradigm.

Kennedy, David, et al. (2001). Reducing Gun Violence: The Boston Gun Project’s Operation Ceasefire. Washington, D. C.: National Institute of Justice.

Kirkham, Pat. (ed.). The Gendered Object. (chapter on guns).

Kleck, Gary. (1997). Targeting Guns: Firearms and Their Control. New York: Aldine de Gruyter.

Lizotte, Alan and David Sheppard. (2001). Gun Use by Male Juveniles: Research and Prevention. Juvenile Justice Bulletin. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, Office of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Luster, Tom, and Su Min Oh. (2001). Correlates of male adolescents carrying handguns among their peers. Journal of Marriage and Family, August, Vol. 63, Iss. 3.

McLean, Chris. (ed). (1997). Comment, Special Issue: Responding to Issues of Guns and Violence, No. 3, Adelaide: Dulwich Centre.

Moser, Caroline. (2006). Reducing Urban Violence in Developing Countries. Policy Brief No 1. Washington D. C. Brookings Institution.

Myrttinen, H. (2003). Disarming Masculinities. Disarmament Forum, 4: 37-46.

Myrttinen, H. (2004). ‘Pack Your Heat and Work the Streets’ - Weapons and the Active Construction of Violent Masculinities. Women and Language, 27(2): 29.

Myrttinen, H. (2004). ‘Pack Your Heat and Work the Streets’ - Weapons and the Active Construction of Violent Masculinities. Women and Language 27(2): 29.

Nathanson, C.A. (1999). Social movements as catalysts for policy change: The case of smoking and guns. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 24(3): 421-488.

Peres, Maria Fernanda Tourinho. (2004). Firearm-related Violence in Brazil: Country Report. Sao Paulo and Geneva: Center for the Study of Violence, University of Sao Paulo, Small Arms Survey, and WHO.

Rodgers, Dennis. (2006). Living in the Shadow of Death: Gangs, Violence and Social Order in Urban Nicaragua, 1996 - 2002. Journal of Latin American Studies. Vol 38 No 2 May pp 267 - 92.

Rothman, Emily, and David Hemenway. (2005). Batterers’ use of guns to threaten intimate partners. Journalof the American Medical Women’s Association, 60(1), p. 62-68.

Sherman, Lawrence, and Dennis Rogan. (1995). Effects of Gun Seizures on Gun Violence: “Hot Spots” Patrol in Kansas City. Justice Quarterly, Vol. 12, No. 4, pp. 673-93.

Sorenson, S.B., and K.A. Vittes. (2004). Adolescents and Firearms: A California Statewide Survey. American Journal of Public Health, May, Vol. 94, Iss. 5.

Spraggins, Johnnie David. (1996). Body and Soul: The Sociology of the Bodies and Emotions of Male Gun Owners. PhD dissertation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Verlinden, S., M. Hersen, and J. Thomas. (2000). Risk factors in school shootings. Clinical Psychology Review, 20(1): 3-56.

Vittes, Katherine A., and Susan B. Sorenson. (2005). Recreational Gun Use by California Adolescents. Health Education and Behavior, Dec., Vol. 32, Iss. 6.

Von Brabant, Koenraad. (2007). Human Insecurity in Six Post-conflict Cities. Human Security for an Urban Century. Vol. 4 No 3. Ottawa: DFAIT, pp. 20-2.

Wilkinson, Deanna, and Jeffrey Fagan. (1996). Understanding the Role of Firearms in Violence ‘Scripts’: The Dynamics of Gun Events Among Adolescent Males. Law and Contemporary Problems, 59(1), pp. 55-90.

Wilkinson, Deanna, and Jeffrey Fagan. (2001). What We Know About Gun Use Among Adolescents. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 4(2), pp. 109-32.

Wilkinson, Deanna. (2003). Guns, Violence, and Identity Among African American and Latino Youth. New York: LFB Scholarly Publishing.

Other works

Adams, Michael. (1990). The Great Adventure - Male Desire and the Coming of World War I. Indiana University Press.

Adelman, M. (2003). The Military, Militarism, and the Militarization of Domestic Violence. Violence Against Women, 9(9): 1118-1152.

Agostino, Katerina. (1997). Masculinity, sexuality and life on board Her Majesty’s Royal Australian ships. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 2(1), March.

Agostino, Katerina. (1998). The making of warriors: Men, identity and military culture. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 3(2), December.

Agostino, Katerina. (2003). Men, identity and military culture. In Stephen Tomsen and Mike Donaldson. (eds.) Male Trouble: Looking at Australian Masculinities. North Melbourne, VIC: Pluto Press.

Allatt, Patricia. (1983). Men and war: Status, class and the social production of masculinity. In Gamarnikow, Eva, Morgan, David, Purvis, June and Taylorson, Daphne. (eds.). The Public and the Private. London: Heinemann.

Arkin, W., and L.R. Dobrofsky. (1978). Military socialization and masculinity. Journal of Social Issues, 34(1).

As, Berit. (1983). A materialistic view of men’s and women’s attitudes to war. Women’s Studies International Forum, 5.

Barash, David P. (ed). (2000). Approaches to Peace. Oxford University Press.
Includes;
Sexism and the war system / Betty Reardon.

Barrett, F. (1996). The Organizational Construction of Hegemonic Masculinity: The Case of the US Navy. Gender, Work and Organization, 3(3), pp.129-42.

Belkin, Aaron. (2001). Homosexuality and the Israel defense forces: Did lifting the gay ban undermine military performance?. Armed Forces and Society, Vol. 27, Iss. 4, Summer.

Bibbings, L. (2003). Images of Manliness: The Portrayal of Soldiers and Conscientious Objectors in the Great War. Social Legal Studies, 12(3): 335-358.

Bibbings, L. (2003). Images of Manliness: The Portrayal of Soldiers and Conscientious Objectors in the Great War. Social & Legal Studies, September, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 335-358.

Blair, Dale James. (1994). The glorification of Australian masculinity and the reshaping of Australia’s great war experience. Sabretache, June, 35(2), pp. 29-34.

Borchert, Susan Danziger. (1983). Masculinity and the Vietnam War. Michigan Academician, 15(2), Winter (Also in Men’s Studies Review, 6(3)).

Boulegue, Jean and Kirkland, Faris R. (1991). ‘Feminization’ and the French military: An anthropological approach. Armed Forces and Society, 17(3), Spring.

Bourke, Joanna. (1995). Dismembering the Male: Men’s Bodies, Britain and the Great War. London: Reaktion Books.

Bracewell, W. (2000). Rape in Kosovo: Masculinity and Serbian Nationalism. Nations and Nationalism, Volume 6, Number 4, October, pp. 563-590.

Braudy, Leo. (2003). From Chivalry to Terrorism: War and the changing nature of masculinity. Knopf.

Brenda, L. M., and C. W. Schuyler. (1998). Equal opportunity in the U. S. Navy: Perceptions of active-duty African American women. Gender Issues, 16(3): 99.

Britton, Dana M., and Christine L. Williams. (1995). ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell, don’t pursue’: Military policy and the construction of heterosexual masculinity. Journal of Homosexuality, 30(1), pp. 1-21.

Burton, Clare. (1996). Women in the Australian Defence Force: Two Studies. Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia.

Caldicott, Helen. (1985). Missile Envy: The Arms Race and Nuclear War. New York: Bantam Books.

Campbell, J.C., M.A. Garza, A.C. Gielen, P. O’Campo, J. Kub, J. Dienemann, A.S. Jones, and E. Jafar. (2003). Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse among Active Duty Military Women. Violence Against Women, 9(9): 1072-1092.

Carlton, Eric. (2001). Militarism as a ‘test of manhood’. pp. 166-179; IN; Militarism: Rule Without Law. Aldershot, England & Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate.

Chang, I. (1997) The Rape of Nanking. New York: Basic.

Chapkis, W. (ed.). Loaded Question: Women in the Military. Washington D.C.: Transnational Institute Amsterdam.

Cockburn, C., and D. Zarkov. (eds.). (2002). The Postwar Moment: Militaries, Masculinities and International Peacekeeping. Lawrence and Wishart.

Cockburn, Cynthia. (2007). From Where We Stand: War, Women’s Activism and Feminist Analysis. London and New York: Zed Books.

Cohn, Carol. (2000). ‘How can she claim equal rights when she doesn’t have to do as many push-ups as I do?’ The framing of men’s opposition to women’s equality in the military. Men and Masculinities, 3(2), October.

Connell, R.W. (1985). Masculinity, violence and war. In Patton, Paul and Poole, Ross. (eds.). War/Masculinity. Sydney: Intervention Publications.

Connell, R.W. (2000). Arms and the man: The question of peace. Chapter 12 in The Men and the Boys. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Cooke, Miriam and Woollacott, Angela. (eds.). (1993). Gendering War Talk. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Corber, Robert J. (1993). In the Name of National Security: Hitchcock, Homophobia, and the Political Construction of Gender in Postwar America. Durham & London: Duke University Press.

Corber, Robert J. (year?). Homosexuality in Cold War America: Resistance and the Crisis of Masculinity. Duke University Press.

Cuordileone, K. A. (2005). Manhood and American Political Culture in the Cold War. New York: Routledge.

Cuordileone, Kyle. (2002). Politics in an Age of Anxiety: Masculinity, the Vital Center, and American Political Culture in the Cold War, 1949-1963. Routledge.

D’Amico, Francine and Laurie Weinstein. (eds.). (1999). Gender Camouflage: Women and the U.S. Military. New York University Press.

Damousi, Joy, and Marilyn Lake. (1995). Gender and War: Australians at War in the Twentieth Century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Dansby, Virginia S. and Marinelli, Robert P. (1999). Adolescent children of Vietnam combat veteran fathers: A population at risk. Journal of Adolescence, Volume 22, Number 3, June, pp. 329-340.

Dawson, Graham. (1994). Soldier Heroes: British Adventure, Empire and the Imagining of Masculinities. London & New York: Routledge.

De Oca, J. M. (2005). “As our muscles get softer, our missile race becomes harder”: Cultural citizenship and the “muscle gap”. Journal of Historical Sociology, 18(3): 145-172.

Dean, Donna M. (1997). Warriors Without Weapons: The Victimization Of Military Women. Pasadena, MD: Minerva Center.

DeGroot, Gerard J. and Corinna Peniston-Bird. (eds.). (2000). A Soldier & A Woman: Women In The Military. White Plains, NY: Longman Publishing Company.

DiCew, Judith Wagner. (1997). The combat exclusion and the role of women in the military. In DiQuinzio, Patrice and Iris Marion Young. (eds.). Feminist Ethics and Social Policy, Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Diedrich, Lisa L. (1998). Hysterical men: Shell-shock and the destabilisation of masculinity. In Shildrick, Margrit and Janet Price. (eds.). Vital Signs: Feminist Reconfigurations of the Bio/logical Body. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Dombrowski, Nicole Ann (ed.). (1998). Women And War In The Twentieth Century: Enlisted With Or Without Consent. New York: Garland.

Donald, Ralph R. (1992). Masculinity and machismo in Hollywood’s war films. In Craig, Steve. (ed.). Men, Masculinity and the Media. Newbury Park: Sage.

Ducat, S. J. (2004). The Wimp Factor. Boston: Beacon.

Ducat, Stephen. (2004). The Wimp Factor: Gender gaps, holy wars, and the politics of anxious masculinity. Beacon Press.

Easlea, B. (1987). Patriarchy, scientists, and nuclear warriors. In Kaufman, Michael. (ed.). Beyond Patriarchy: Essays by Men on Pleasure, Power and Change. New York: Oxford University Press.

Egendorf, Arthur. Healing from the War: Vietnam.

Ehrenreich, Barbara. Blood Rites.

Elshtain, Jean. (1987). Women and War. New York: Basic Books.

Enloe, Cynthia. (1993). The Morning After: Sexual Politics at the End of the Cold War. Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA: University of California Press.

Enloe, Cynthia. (1998). Does Khaki Become You?: The Militarization Of Women’s Lives. London: Pandora.

Enloe, Cynthia. (2000). Maneuvers: The International Politics of Militarizing Women’s Lives. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Enloe, Cynthia. (2000). Masculinity as foreign policy issue. 5(36), October. URL: http://www.fpif.org/briefs/vol5/v5n36masculinity_body.html.

Erez, E., and S. Bach. (2003). Immigration, Domestic Violence, and the Military: The Case of “Military Brides”. Violence Against Women, 9(9): 1093-1117.

Erika, S. (1986). Patriarchy and the state. Australian Journal of Law and Society, 3.

Evans, Michael, and Alan Ryan. (eds.). (2000). The Human Face of Warfare: Killing, Fear and Chaos in Battle. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Faludi, Susan. (1999). Gone to soldiers, every one. Chapter Six in Stiffed: The Betrayal of the American Man, William Morrow & Company.

Farina, Fatima. (1992). The image of women in the Gulf War. Sociologica e Ricerca Sociale, 13(39), December (Italy).

Farmanfarmaian, Abouali. (1992). Sexuality in the Gulf War: Did you measure up?. Genders, 13, Spring.

Farwell, N. (2004). War Rape: New Conceptualizations and Responses. Affilia, 19(4): 389-403.

Feinman, Ilene Rose. (2000). Citizenship Rites: Feminist Soldiers and Feminist Antimilitarists. New York University Press

Frueh, B. C., S. M. Turner, D. C. Beidel, and S. P. Cahill. (2001). Assessment of social functioning in combat veterans with ptsd. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 6(1): 79-90.

Garton, Stephen. (1998). War and masculinity in twentieth century Australia. Journal of Australian Studies, No. 56.

Gibson, James W. (1994). Warrior Dreams: Paramilitary Culture in Post-Vietnam America. New York: Hill & Wang.

Gill, L. (1997). Creating citizens, making men: The military and masculinity in Bolivia. Cultural Anthropology, 12(4), pp. 527-550.

Goff, Stan. (2002). Hideous Dream: A Soldier’s Memoir of the US Invasion of Haiti. Soft Skull Press.

Goff, Stan. (2003). Full Spectrum Disorder: The Military in the New American Century. Soft Skull Press.

Goldstein, Joshua S. (2001). War and Gender: How Gender Shapes the War System and Vice Versa. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Contents;
A puzzle: the cross-cultural consistency of gender roles in war.
Women warriors: the historical record of female combatants.
Bodies: the biology of individual gender.
Groups: bonding, hierarchy, and social identity.
Heroes: the making of militarized masculinity.
Conquests: sex, rape, and exploitation in wartime.
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Pt. 1. Theorizing Masculinities.
Ch. 1. The Construction of Gender Identity.
Ch. 2. Masculinities and Masculinism.
Pt. 2. Masculinities, IR, and Gender Politics.
Ch. 3. Masculinities in International Relations.
Ch. 4. The Economist’s Masculine Credentials.
Ch. 5. The Economist, Globalization, and Masculinities.
Ch. 6. The Economist/IR Intertext.
Conclusion: IR and the (Re)Making of Hegemonic Masculinity.

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International Feminist Journal of Politics. (2001). Themed Issue: Gender in Conflict and Post-Conflict Societies, Volume 3, Number 1, April. Includes;
Women in War and Peace-Building / Karam, Azza.
A Feminist Exploration of Military Conscription / Kwon, Insook.
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Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Gender Analysis in Kosova / Corrin, Chris.

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Includes;
23. Nation / Joane Nagel, University of Kansas
24. Globalization and Its Mal(e)contents: The Gendered Moral and Political Economy of Terrorism / Michael Kimmel, SUNY Stony Brook
25. War, Militarism, and Masculinities / Paul Higate, University of Bristol and John Hopton, University of Manchester.

Klein, U. (2002). The Gender Perspective of Civil-Military Relations in Israeli Society. Current Sociology, 50(5): 669-686.

Klein, Uta. (1999). ‘Our best boys’: The gendered nature of civil-military relations in Israel. Men and Masculinities, 2(1), July.

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Moser, Caroline O.N., and Fiona Clark. (eds.). (2001). Victims, Perpetrators or Actors?: Gender, Armed Conflict and Political Violence. London; New York: Zed Books.
Pt. I. Contextual Issues on Gender, Armed Conflict and Political Violence.
1. Introduction / Caroline O. N. Moser; Fiona C. Clark.
2. The Gendered Dynamics of Armed Conflict and Political Violence / Cynthia Cockburn.
3. The Gendered Continuum of Violence and Conflict: An Operational Framework / Caroline O. N. Moser.
Pt. II. The Politics of Victimization: Sexual Abuse and Violence.
4. The Political Economy of Rape: An Analysis of Systematic Rape and Sexual Abuse of Women during Armed Conflict in Africa / Meredeth Turshen.
5. The Body of the Other Man: Sexual Violence and the Construction of Masculinity, Sexuality and Ethnicity in the Croatian Media / Dubravka Zarkov.
Pt. III. Gender, Power and Agency.
6. Rethinking Women’s Struggles in Israel-Palestine and in the North of Ireland / Simona Sharoni.
7. Women and Communal Conflict: New Challenges for the Women’s Movement in India / Urvashi Butalia.
Pt. IV. Women as Actors in Armed Conflict and Political Violence.
8. El Salvador: War and Untold Stories - Women Guerrillas / Ana Cristina Ibanez.
Pt. V. ‘Doing’ and ‘Being’: Questions of Identity in Displacement.
9. The Nostalgic Future: Terror, Displacement and Gender in Colombia / Donny Meertens.
Pt. VI. Agency and Identity in Building Sustainable Peace.
10. Social Organizations: From Victims to Actors in Peace Building / Isabel Coral Cordero.
11. The Challenge to Inequality: Women, Discrimination and Decision-making in Northern Ireland / Marie Mulholland.
12. Gender and Social Capital in Contexts of Political Violence: Community Perceptions from Colombia and Guatemala / Caroline O. N. Moser; Cathy McIlwaine.
Pt. VII. Gender and Voice in Truth and Reconciliation.
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Moss, Mark Howard. (2001). Manliness and Militarism: Educating Young Boys in Ontario for War. Don Mills, Ont.; New York: Oxford University Press.

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