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/)

l) Violence prevention

(i) Key overviews

Anderson, Linda A., and Susan C. Whiston. (2005). Sexual Assault Education Programs: A Meta-Analytic Examination Of Their Effectiveness. Psychology of Women Quarterly, December, Vol. 29 Issue 4;

Berkowitz, A.D. (2001). Critical Elements of Sexual Assault Prevention and Risk Reduction Programs for Men and Women. In: C. Kilmartin, Sexual Assault in Context: Teaching College Men About Gender. Holmes Beach: Learning Publications.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2004). Sexual Violence Prevention: Beginning the dialogue. Atlanta, GA: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2006). Preventing Violence Against Women: Program activities guide.

Dahlberg, L.L., and A. Butchart. (2005). State of the science: Violence prevention efforts in developing and developed countries. Int J Inj Contr Saf Promot., Jun; 12(2):93-104.

Davis, Rachel, Lisa Fujie Parks, and Larry Cohen. (2006). Sexual Violence and the Spectrum of Prevention: Towards a community solution. Enola, PA: National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

Fields, S.A., and J.R. McNamara. (2003). The prevention of child and adolescent violence: A review. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 8(1): 61-91.

Hassall, I., and K. Hannah. (2007). School-Based Violence Prevention Programmes: A Literature Review. Accident Compensation Corporation, New Zealand.

Hickman, L.J., L.H. Jaycox, and J. Aronoff. (2004). Dating Violence Among Adolescents: Prevalence, gender distribution, and prevention program effectiveness. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 5(2), April.

Kilmartin, C., and J. Allison. (2007). Men’s Violence Against Women: Theory, Research, and Activism. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
6. Responding to Gender-based Violence: Intervention.
7. Gender-based Violence: Towards Prevention.
8. Model Prevention Programs.
9. Developing Violence Prevention Programs.

Lee, D.S., L. Guy, B. Perry, C. K. Sniffen, and S.A. Mixson. (2007). Sexual Violence Prevention. The Prevention Researcher, Volume 14(2), pp. 15-20.Lutzker, J.R. (2006). Violence prevention: Expanding the applied science. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 11(2): 111-111.

Mattaini, M.A., and M.S. McGuire. (2006). Behavioral strategies for constructing nonviolent cultures with youth: A review. Behavior Modification, 30(2): 184-224.

McMahon, Pamela M. (2000). The Public Health Approach to the Prevention of Sexual Violence. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 12(1).

MMWR. (2007). The Effectiveness of Universal School-Based Programs for the Prevention of Violent and Aggressive Behavior: A Report on Recommendations of the Task Force on Community Preventive Services. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, Volume 56, No. RR-7, August 10.

Molina, Irma A., Catherine N. Dulmus, and Karen M. Sowers. (2005). Secondary Prevention for Youth Violence: A Review of Selected School-Based Programs. Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention. Cary: Feb., Vol.5, Iss. 1.

Molnar, B.E., A.L. Roberts, A. Browne, H. Gardener, and S.L. Buka. (2005). What girls need: recommendations for preventing violence among urban girls in the US. Social Science & Medicine, 60(10): 2191-2204.

Murray, C. E., and J. Graybeal. (2007). Methodological Review of Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Research. J Interpers Violence, 22(10): 1250-1269.

Prevention Institute. (2007). Poised for Prevention: Advancing Promising Approaches to Primary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence.

Sabol, W.J., C.J. Coulton, and J.E. Korbin. (2004). Building Community Capacity for Violence Prevention. J Interpers Violence, 19(3): 322-340.

Stith, Sandra M. (ed.). (2005). Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, an imprint of The Haworth Press, Inc. (Co-published simultaneously as Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, Volume 13, numbers 3/4, 2005).
Contents;
Changing the way people think about intimate partner violence -- Changing public attitudes as a prevention strategy -- To reduce intimate partner violence / Jacquelyn C. Campbell, Jennifer Manganello -- Public health communication theory and strategies for interpersonal violence prevention / Ricardo J. Wray -- Changing the way the health care system responds to intimate partner violence -- Domestic violence screening in medical and mental health care settings: overcoming barriers to screening, identifying, and helping partner violence victims / Kevin Hamberger, Mary Beth Phelan -- What do medical providers need to successfully intervene with intimate partner violence? / Nancy Sugg -- Changing the way young people handle anger and interact with their intimate partners -- Can we prevent the hitting? Recommendations for preventing intimate partner violence between young adults / K. Daniel O’Leary, Erica M. Woodin, Patti A. Timmons Fritz -- The who, what, when, where, and how of partner violence prevention research / Sherry L. Hamby -- Changing the ways communities support families to prevent intimate partner violence -- Preventing intimate partner violence: a community capacity approach / Jay A. Mancini, John P. Nelson, Gary L. Bowen, James A. Martin -- Conclusion -- Future directions in intimate partner violence prevention research / Sandra M. Stith.

Thornton TN, Craft CA, Dahlberg LL, Lynch BS, Baer K. (2002). Best Practices of Youth Violence Prevention: A Sourcebook for Community Action (Rev.). Atlanta: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, 2002.

VicHealth (2007) Preventing violence before it occurs: A framework and background paper to guide the primary prevention of violence against women in Victoria. Melbourne: Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth).

Whitaker, D.J., S. Morrison, C. Lindquist, S.R. Hawkins, J.A. O’Neil, A.M. Nesius, A. Mathew, and L.R. Reese. (2006). A critical review of interventions for the primary prevention of perpetration of partner violence. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 11(2): 151-166.

Wolfe, David A., and Peter G. Jaffe. (2003). Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. National Resource Centre on Domestic Violence: VAWnet Applied Research Forum, January.

Yeater, E. A., and W. O’Donohue. (1999). Sexual Assault Prevention Programs: Current Issues, Future Directions, and the Potential Efficacy of Interventions With Women. Clinical Psychology Review, 19(7), 739-771.

 

(ii) Further works

Adler, R.N., J. Smith, P. Fishman, and E.B. Larson. (2004). To Prevent, React, and Rebuild: Health Research and the Prevention of Genocide. Health Services Research, 39(6p2): 2027-2051.

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.

Anderson, L., M.P. Stoelb, P. Duggan, B. Hieger, K.H. Kling, and J.P. Payne. (1998). The Effectiveness of Two Types of Rape Prevention Programs in Changing the Rape-Supportive Attitudes of College Students. Journal of College Student Development, 39, pp. 131-142.

Antecol, H., and D. Cobb-clark. (2003). Does Sexual Harassment Training Change Attitudes? A View from the Federal Level. Social Science Quarterly, 84(4): 826-842.

APHA. (2001). Preventing genocide. Am J Public Health, 91(3), 512-513.

Avery-Leaf, S., A. Cano, M. Cascardi, and K.D. O’Leary. (1995). Evaluation of a Dating Violence Prevention Program: Changing Attitudes and Justifying the use of Aggression. Poster Presented at the 29th Annual Convention of the Associations for the Advancement of Behaviour Therapy: Washington, D.C.

Avery-Leaf, S., M. Cascardi, K.D. O’Leary, and. (1997). Efficacy of a Dating Violence Prevention Program on Attitudes Justifying Aggression. Journal of Adolescent Health, 21, pp. 11-17..

Bamberger, Richard. (1999). A View From the Inside: Enlisting Men & Boys To Develop Strategies To Prevent Violence. Report of the Select Seminar, Capital Area School Development Association, University at Albany, Rensselaer, NY, 33 pp.

Banyard, V.L., M.M. Moynihan, and E.G. Plante. (2007). Sexual violence prevention through bystander education: An experimental evaluation. Journal of Community Psychology, 35(4): 463-481.Baridon, Andrea R., and David R. Eyler. (1996). Sexual Harassment Awareness Training: 60 Practical Activities for Trainers. McGraw-Hill.

Bell, J., and N. Stanley. (2006). Learning about domestic violence: young people’s responses to a Healthy Relationships programme. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 6(3): 237-250.

Binder, R.L., and D.E. McNiel. (1987). Evaluation of a School-Based Sexual Abuse Prevention Program: Cognitive and Emotional Effects. Child Abuse & Neglect,11, 497-506.

Bingham, S. G., and L. L. Scherer. (2001). The Unexpected Effects of a Sexual Harassment Educational Program. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 37(2): 125-153.

Bingham, Shereen G., and Lisa L. Scherer. (2001). The Unexpected Effects of a Sexual Harassment Educational Program. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, June; 37: 125-153.

Black, B., Weisz, A., Coats, S., and Patterson, D. (2000). Evaluating a psychoeducational sexual assault prevention program incorporating theatrical presentation, peer education, and social work. Research on Social Work Practice, 10, 589-606.

Black, M.M., D.E. Howard, N. Kim, and I.B. Ricardo. (1998). Interventions to prevent violence among African American adolescents from low-income communities. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 3(1): 17-33.

Blackstone, A. (2007). Finding politics in the silly and the sacred: Anti-rape activism on campus. Sociological Spectrum, 27(2): 151-163.

Bloom, D. (2006). Moving Beyond Naturalism: Using a Discussion of Miss Julie to Educate Students About Date Rape--and More. Feminist Teacher, 16(3): 238.

Bowen, L.K., V. Gwiasda, and M.M. Brown. (2004). Engaging Community Residents to Prevent Violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19(3): 356-367.

Boxer P., S.E. Goldstein, D. Musher-Eizenman, E.F. Dubow, and D. Heretick. (2005). Developmental issues in school-based aggression prevention from a social-cognitive perspective. J Prim Prev., Sep; 26(5): 383-400.

Breitenbecher, K.H. (2000). Sexual assault on college campuses: Is an ounce of prevention enough? Applied and Preventive Psychology, 9, 23-52.

Breitenbecher, K.H., and M. Scarce. (1999). A Longitudinal Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Sexual Assault Education Program. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 14(5): 459-478.

Breitenbecher, K.H., and M. Scarce. (2001). An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Sexual Assault Education Program Focusing on Psychological Barriers to Resistance. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 16(5): 387-407.

Burstyn, Joan N. (ed). (2001). Preventing Violence in Schools: A challenge to American democracy. Mahwah, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates.
Includes;
“Frontin’ It”: Schooling, Violence, and Relationships in the ‘Hood (pp. 95-108) / Kimberly M. Williams.
Interrupting “Good” Girlness: Sexuality, Education, and the Prevention of Violence Against Women (pp. 109-138) / Kristen V. Luschen.

Cameron, Margaret. (2000). Young Men and Violence Prevention. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, No. 154, Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology

Campbell, R., H. Dorey, M. Naegeli, L. K. Grubstein, K. K. Bennett, F. Bonter, P. K. Smith, J. Grzywacz, P. K. Baker, and W. S. D. II. (2004). An Empowerment Evaluation Model for Sexual Assault Programs: Empirical Evidence of Effectiveness. American Journal of Community Psychology, 34(3-4): 251.

Cantor, Ralph, with Paul Kivel, Allan Creighton, and the Oakland Men’s Project. (1997). Days of Respect: Organizing a Schoolwide Violence Prevention Program. Alameda, CA: Hunter House.

Carmody, Moira. (2003). Sexual ethics and violence prevention. Social and Legal Studies: An International Journal, Vol 12(2), pp 199-216.

Carmody, Moira. (2005). Ethical Erotics: Reconceptualizing Anti-Rape Education. Sexualities, Volume 8, No. 4, October, pp. 465-480.

Carmody, Moira. (2007). Sexual ethics, young people and sexual assault prevention. DVIRC Quarterly, No. 3 Spring: 18-21.

Cassidy, Andrea. (1998). Development of a Domestic Violence Awareness Program for Year 6 & 7 Students. Proceedings of 2nd National Conference on Children, Young People & Domestic Violence, 30 September - 2 October, Brisbane: Domestic Violence Resource Centre.

Central Coast Health, Domestic Violence Unit. (2001). Kinks and Bends: What’s the Go with Relationships?. (educational package on sexual violence in young people’s lives). Gosford, NSW: Central Coast Health, Domestic Violence Unit.

Cheetham, J. (2002). Innovative Partnerships: A case study of a community education campaign — Violence Against Women: It’s Against All The Rules. Paper presented at Expanding Our Horizons: Under the Complexities of Violence Against Women, University of Sydney, 18-22 February.

Christie, G., S. Petrie, and C. Christie. (1999). Reducing and Preventing Violence in Schools. Paper to Children and Crime: Victims and Offenders Conference, Brisbane, Australian Institute of Criminology.

Cirillo, K.J., B.E. Pruitt, B. Colwell, P.M. Kingery, R.S. Hurley, and D. Ballard. (1998). School violence: Prevalence and intervention strategies for at-risk adolescents. Adolescence, v.33, n.130, pp. 319-330.

Commonwealth Department of Employment, Education and Training. (1995). No Fear: A Whole School Approach - A Kit Addressing Gender Based Violence. Canberra: Curriculum and Gender Equity Policy Unit, Commonwealth Department of Employment, Education and Training.

Cornelius, T. L., and N. Resseguie. (2006). Primary and secondary prevention programs for dating violence: A review of the literature. Aggression and Violent Behavior 12: 364-375.

Creighton, Allan, and Paul Kivel. (1995). Young Men’s Work: Building Skills to Stop Violence (A Ten-Session Group Program). Center City, Minnesota: Hazelden (Oakland Men’s Project).

Creighton, Allan, with Paul Kivel. (1990). Teens Need Teens: A Workbook for Adults Who Work With High School Students on Dating and Domestic Violence Prevention. Oakland, California: Battered Women’s Alternatives & Oakland Men’s Project .

Creighton, Allan, with Paul Kivel. (1992). Helping Teens Stop Violence: A Practical Guide for Counselors, Educators, and Parents. Alameda, CA: Hunter House (Battered Women’s Alternatives & Oakland Men’s Project) .

Crooks, C.V., G.R. Goodall, R. Hughes, P.G. Jaffe, and L.L. Baker. (2007). Engaging Men and Boys in Preventing Violence Against Women: Applying a Cognitive-Behavioral Model. Violence Against Women, 13(3): 217-239.

Curcio, Joan L. et. al. (1996). Gender Respect: Antidote for Teasing, Harassment, and Violence. In Sexuality and the Schools: Handling the Critical Issues. Sage.

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Devilly, G.J., L. Sorbello, L. Eccleston, and T. Ward. (2005). Prison-based peer-education schemes. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 10(2): 219-240.

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Domestic Violence Resource Centre (QLD). Preventing Abuse In Relationships (PAIR): A Program for Adolescents. Lutwyche, QLD .

Donovan, R.J., D. Paterson, and M. Francas. (1999). Targeting male perpetrators of intimate partner violence: Western Australia’s Freedom From Fear Campaign. Social Marketing Quarterly, 5: 127-144.

Donovan, R.J., M. Francas, D. Paterson, and R. Zapelli. (2000). Formative research for mass media-based campaigns: Western Australia’s Freedom From Fear Campaign targeting male perpetrators of intimate partner violence. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 10: 78-83.

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Dulwich Centre Publications. (1998). Dulwich Centre Journal, Special Issue: Taking the Hassle out of School, and Stories From Young People, No’s 2 & 3 (formerly Dulwich Centre Newsletter)

Education Queensland. (1998). Bullying - No Way! A Professional Development Resource for School Communities. Brisbane: Education Queensland.

Edwards, D., M.H. Hunt, J. Meyers, K.R. Grogg, and O. Jarrett. (2005). Acceptability and student outcomes of a violence prevention curriculum. J Prim Prev., Sept.; 26(5): 401-18.

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Farrell, A.D., and D.J. Flannery. (2006). Youth violence prevention: Are we there yet? Aggression and Violent Behavior, 11(2): 138-150.

Fay, K., and F. Medway. (2006). An acquaintance rape education program for students transitioning to high school. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 6(3): 223-236.

Field, Evelyn. (1999). Bullybusting: How to Help Children Deal With Teasing and Bullying. Sydney: Finch.

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Forsey, Christine. (1994). Hands Off! The Anti-Violence Guide to Developing Positive Relationships. West Education Centre: West Footscray, Victoria.

Forsey, Christine. (1995). Educating Against Violence in Schools. On The Level, 3(3), June.

Foshee, V., F. Linder, K.E. Bauman et al. (1996). The Safe Dates Project: Theoretical Basis, Evaluation Design, and Selected Baseline Findings. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 12, pp. 39-47.

Foshee, V., K.E. Bauman, S.T. Ennett, G.F. Linder, T. Benefield, and C. Suchindran. (2004). Assessing the Long-Term Effects of the Safe Dates Program and a Booster in Preventing and Reducing Adolescent Dating Violence Victimization and Perpetration. American Journal of Public Health, 94(4), pp. 619-624.

Foshee, V., K.E. Bauman, W.F. Greene, G.G. Koch, G.F. Linder, and J.E. MacDougall. (2000). The Safe Dates program: 1-year follow-up results. American Journal of Public Health, 90, pp. 1619-1622.

Foshee, V., K.E. Bauman, X.B. Arriaga, R.W. Helms, G.G. Koch, and G.F. Linder. (1998). An Evaluation of Safe Dates, an Adolescent Dating Violence Prevention Program. American Journal of Public Health, 88, pp. 45-50.

Foubert, J.D., and B.C. Perry. (2007). Creating Lasting Attitude and Behavior Change in Fraternity Members and Male Student Athletes: The Qualitative Impact of an Empathy-Based Rape Prevention Program. Violence Against Women, 13(1): 70-86.

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Funk, Rus. (2001). A coordinated collaborative approach to address and combat teen dating abuse. United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW), Working Paper Series on Men’s Roles and Responsibilities in Ending Gender Based Violence, No. 6.

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Journal of Adolescence. (1999). Special Issue, on Bullying and Peer Strategies, Volume 22, Number 4, August. Includes.
Peers Helping Peers: Interventions, Initiatives and Insights. by Helen Cowie.
Peer Involvement in Bullying: insights and Challenges for Intervention. by Paul O’connell, Debra Pepler and Wendy Craig.
Participant Role Approach to School Bullying: Implications for Interventions. by Christina Salmivalli.
Concurrent and Longitudinal Links Between Friendship and Peer Victimization: Implications for Befriending Interventions. by Michael J. Boulton, Mark Trueman, Cam Chau, Caroline Whitehand and Kishori Amatya.
The Effectiveness of Peer Support Systems in Challenging School Bullying: the Perspectives and Experiences of Teachers and Pupils. by Paul Naylor and Helen Cowie.
Countering Bullying at an Australian Secondary School With Students as Helpers. by L. Peterson and K. Rigby.
Peer Counselling in Saudi Arabia. by M. H. M. Abu-Rasain and D. I. Williams.
Sex, Drugs and Alcohol: Two Peer-Led Approaches in Tamaki Makaurau/Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand. by K. J. Elliott and A. J. Lambourn.
Multicultural Peer Counseling: Counseling the Multicultural Student. by Ruth H. Frisz.
The Joint Actions of Adolescents in Peer Conversations About Career. by Richard A. Young, Surinder Antal, Margaret E. Bassett, Angela Post, Nancy Devries and Ladislav Valach.
Peer and Self-Evaluation of Teamwork Skills. by Paris S. Strom, Robert D. Strom and Elsie G. Moore.
Defining Peer Education. by Michael Shiner.
Peer Support and Young People’s Health. by Gillian Turner.
Common Reasons Why Peer Education Fails. by Sali Ann Walker and Melanie Avis.

Kaufman, Miriam. (ed.). (1997). Mothering Teens. Prince Edward Island: Gynergy Press.
Includes;
From violence to peace: Families Confront Violence and Embrace Possibilities / Jacqueline Haessly.

Keel, M. (2005). Prevention of Sexual Assault: Working With Adolescents Within the Education System to. ACSSA Newsletter, No. 8, June, pp. 16-2.

Keel, M. (2005). Working With Adolescents in the Education System to Prevent Sexual Assault. Family Matters, No. 71, Winter, pp. 36-39.

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Lenihan, G.O., and M.E. Rawlins. (1994). Rape Supportive Attitudes Among Greek Students Before and After a Date Rape Prevention Program. Journal of College Student Development, 35(6), 450-455.

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Mills, Martin. (2001). Challenging Violence in Schools: An Issue of Masculinities. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press .
Contents;
Introduction: Challenging violence in schools as an issue of masculinity.
1. Violence and the signifiers of masculinity.
2. The violencing of masculinity and the masculinization of violence.
3. Boyswork programs and the curriculum.
4. Implementing change: A question of pedagogy?.
5. Conclusion: Principles for action.

Moor, Stephanie et. al. (2000). Evaluation of a Teaching Package Designed to Improve Teachers’ Recognition of Depressed Pupils: A Pilot Study. Journal of Adolescence, 23(3), pp. 331-342.

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Nicol, Rory et. al. (2000). Mental Health Needs and Services for Severely Troubled and Troubling Young People Including Young Offenders in an N.H.S. Region. Journal of Adolescence, 23(3), pp. 243-261.

Norton, Trevor. (1998). Helping Boys to Become Men: How Sexuality Educators Can Work to Reduce Gender-Based Violence Within the Community. Presentation to Coming of Age: Sexuality Education for the 21st Century, Perth, 20-21 April.

O’Donnell, L., A. Stueve, A. San Doval, R. Duran, R. Atnafou, D. Haber, N. Johnson, H. Murray, U. Grant, G. Juhn, J. Tang, J. Bass, and P. Piessens. (1999). Violence prevention and young adolescents’ participation in community youth service. Journal of Adolescent Health, v.24, n.1, 1999, pp.28-37.

O’Donohue, William, Elizabeth A. Yeater, and Matthew Fanetti. (2003). Rape Prevention With College Males: The Roles of Rape Myth Acceptance, Victim Empathy, and Outcome Expectancies. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, May; 18: pp. 513-531.

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Oliver, B.E. (2007). Preventing Female-Perpetrated Sexual Abuse. Trauma Violence Abuse, 8(1): 19-32.

Oliver, W. (2000). Preventing Domestic Violence in the African American Community: The Rationale for Popular Culture Interventions. Violence Against Women, 6(5): 533-549.

Perlstein, Daniel. (1998). Saying the Unsaid: Girl Killing and the Curriculum. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 14(1), Fall, pp. 88-104.

Perry, E. L., C. T. Kulik, and J. M. Schmidtke. (1998). Individual Differences in the Effectiveness of Sexual Harassment Awareness Training. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 28(8): 698-723.

Petersen I., A. Bhana, and M. McKay. (2005). Sexual violence and youth in South Africa: the need for community-based prevention interventions. Child Abuse Negl., Nov; 29(11):1233-48.

Pickerill, J. M., R. A. Jackson, and M. A. Newman. (2006). Changing Perceptions of Sexual Harassment in the Federal Workforce, 1987-94. Law & Policy, 28(3): 368-394.

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Potter, R.H., J.E. Krider, and P.M. McMahon. (2000). Examining Elements of Campus Sexual Violence Policies: Is Deterrence or Health Promotion Favored? Violence Against Women, 6(12), 1345-1362.

Potter, Sharyn J. (2008). Incorporating Evaluation into Media Campaign Design. VAWnet, April 2008.

Powell, K. et. al. (1996). Prevention of Youth Violence: Rationale and Characteristics of 15 Evaluation Projects. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 12, pp. 3-12.

Pronyk, P.M., J.R. Hargreaves, J.C. Kim, L.A. Morison, G. Phetla, C. Watts, J. Busza, and J.D. Porter (2006) Effect of a structural intervention for the prevention of intimate-partner violence and HIV in rural South Africa: a cluster randomised trial. The Lancet, Volume 368, Number 9551, 2 December.

Reilly, M.E., B. Lott, D. Caldwell, and L. DeLuca. (1992). Tolerance for sexual harassment related to self-reported sexual victimization. Gender & Society, 6, 122-138.

Riggs, D. (1993). Relationship Problems and Dating Aggression: A Potential Treatment Target. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 8, pp. 18-35.

Rodney, L., D. Johnson, and R. Srivastava. (2005). The Impact of Culturally Relevant Violence Prevention Models on School-Age Youth. Journal of Primary Prevention. 26: 439-454.

Rosenthal, E.H., M. Heesacker, and G.J. Neimeyer. (1995). Changing the Rape-Supportive Attitudes of Traditional and Nontraditional Male and Female College Students. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 42(2), pp. 171-177.

Rothman, E., and J. Silverman. (2007). The Effect of a College Sexual Assault Prevention Program on First-year Students’ Victimization Rates. Journal of American College Health, 55(5): 283.

Ryan, C., M. Anastario, and A. DaCunha. (2006). Changing Coverage of Domestic Violence Murders: A Longitudinal Experiment in Participatory Communication. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 21(2): 209.

Sanchez, E., T.R. Robertson, C.M. Lewis, B. Rosenbluth, T. Bohman, and D.M. Casey. (2001). Preventing bullying and sexual harassment in elementary schools: The expect respect model. Journal of emotional abuse, 2(2-3): 157-180.

Sanday, Peggy Reeves. (1996). Affirmative Consent. Chapter 12 in A Woman Scorned: Acquaintance Rape on Trial. New York: Doubleday.

Saul J., J. Duffy, R. Noonan, K. Lubell, A. Wandersman, P. Flaspohler, L. Stillman, M. Blachman, and R. Dunville. (2008). Bridging Science and Practice in Violence Prevention: Addressing Ten Key Challenges. American Journal of Community Psychology.

Scharrer, E. (2006). “I Noticed More Violence:” The Effects of a Media Literacy Program on Critical Attitudes Toward Media Violence. Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 21(1): 69.

Schewe, Paul A., and W.T. O’Donohue. (1993). Rape Prevention: Methodological Problems and New Directions. Clinical Psychology Review, 13, 667-682.

Schewe, Paul A., and W.T. O’Donohue. (1993). Sexual Abuse Prevention With High Risk Males: The Roles of Victim Empathy and Rape Myths. Violence and Victims, 8(4), pp. 339-351.

Schewe, Paul A., and W.T. O’Donohue. (1996). Primary Prevention With High Risk Males: Testing Two Model-Based Rape Prevention Programs. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 25(5), pp. 455-471.

Shultz, S. K., Scherman, A., and Marshall, L. J. (2000). Evaluation of University-Based Date Rape Prevention Program: Effect on Attitudes and Behavior Related to Rape. Journal of College Student Development, 41(2), 193-201.

Slee, Phillip T. (1997). The P.E.A.C.E. Pack: A Program for Reducing Bullying in our Schools. (2nd edition) Adelaide: School of Education, Flinders University of South Australia.

Smith, P.K. Morita, Y., Junger-Tas., Olweus, D., Catalano, R., & Slee, P. (eds). (1999). The Nature of School Bullying: A Cross National Perspective. Routledge: London.

Smith, Poco, and Sarah Welchans. (2000). Peer Education: Does Focusing on Male Responsibility Change Sexual Assault Attitudes?. Violence Against Women, November, v 6 n 11.

Sochting, I., N. Fairbrother, and W.J. Koch. (2004). Sexual Assault of Women: Prevention efforts and risk factors. Violence Against Women, 10(1), January.

Stueve A., K. Dash, L. O’Donnell, P. Tehranifar, R. Wilson-Simmons, R.G. Slaby, and B.G. Link. (2006). Rethinking the bystander role in school violence prevention. Health Promot Pract., Jan; 7(1):117-24.

Swift, C.F., and K. Ryan-Finn. (1995). Perpetrator prevention: Stopping the development of sexually abusive behavior. In C.F. Swift (Ed.), Sexual assault and abuse: Sociocultural context of prevention, pp. 13-44. New York: Haworth Press.

Terzian, M.A., and M.W. Fraser. (2005). Preventing aggressive behavior and drug use in elementary school: Six family-oriented programs. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 10(4): 407-435.

Terzian, M.A., and M.W. Fraser. (2005). Preventing aggressive behavior and drug use in elementary school: Six family-oriented programs. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 10(4): 407-435.

Topaz, Annie. (1998). Freedom From Violence Guide: A Resource Directory for Working With Young People and Issues of Violence. Canberra: Domestic Violence Crisis Service .

Tutty, L., Bradshaw, C., Thurston, W.E., Tunstall, L., Dewar, M.E., Toy-Pries, D., Thomlinson, D., Este, D., Meadows, L., Josephson, W., Dobko, S., Proulx, J., Perrault, S., McDonald, M., and Nixon, K. (2002). School-based violence prevention programs: A resource manual to prevent violence against girls and young women. Calgary: AB: RESOLVE Alberta. Online at http://www.ucalgary.ca/resolve/violenceprevention/.

Ullman, S.E. (2007). A 10-Year Update of “Review and Critique of Empirical Studies of Rape Avoidance”. Crim Justice Behav; 34(3): 411-429.

United Nations Population Fund. (2006). Programming to Address Violence Against Women: Ten case studies. New York: United Nations Population Fund.

Urbis Keys Young. (2004). National Framework for Sexual Assault Prevention: Discussion Paper. Sydney: Urbis Keys Young.

Usdin, S., E. Scheepers, S. Goldstein, and G. Japhet. (2005). Achieving social change on gender-based violence: A report on the impact evaluation of Soul City’s fourth series. Social Science & Medicine, 61(11): 2434-2445.

Usdin, S., E. Scheepers, S. Goldstein, and G. Japhet. (2005). Achieving social change on gender-based violence: A report on the impact evaluation of Soul City’s fourth series. Social Science & Medicine, 61(11): 2434-2445.

Vazsonyi, A.T., L.M. Belliston, and D.J. Flannery. (2004). Evaluation of a School-Based, Universal Violence Prevention Program: Low-, Medium-, and High-Risk Children. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 2(2): 185-206.

Walrath, C. (2001). Evaluation of an Inmate-Run Alternatives to Violence Project: The Impact of Inmate-to-Inmate Intervention. J Interpers Violence, 16(7): 697-711.

Wekerle, Christine, and David A. Wolfe. (1999). Dating violence in mid-adolescence: Theory, significance, and emerging prevention initiatives. Clinical Psychology Review, Volume 19 Issue 4, June, pp. 435-456.

Wellesley College for Research on Women. (1999). Gender Violence, Gender Justice. Wellesley, MA (for grades 7 to 12, on violence in relationships).

Wessler, S.L., and L.L. De Andrade. (2006). Slurs, Stereotypes, and Student Interventions: Examining the Dynamics, Impact, and Prevention of Harassment in Middle and High School. Journal of Social Issues, 62(3): 511-532.

White, Tamara, and Stephen Hoskin (2006) Chill Choose Change: promoting respectful relationships and non-violent problem solving. DVIRC Quarterly, no.2, Winter: 19-22.

Winkel, Frans W., and Esther de Kleuver. (1997). Communication Aimed at Changing Cognitions About Sexual Intimidation: Comparing the Impact of a Perpetrator-Focused Versus a Victim-Focused Persuasive Strategy. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Vol 12(4), 513-529.

Wolfe, D.A., C. Wekerle, and K. Scott. (1997). Alternatives to Violence: Empowering Youth to Develop Healthy Relationships. Sage.

Wolfe, D.A., C. Wekerle, D. Reitzel and L. Lefebvre (in Press). Factors Associated With Abusive Relationships Among Maltreated and Non-Maltreated Youth. Development and Psychopathology.

Wolfe, D.A., C. Wekerle, D. Reitzel and R. Gough. (1995). Strategies to Address Violence in the Lives of High-Risk Youth. In E. Peled, P. Jaffe and J. Edleson. (eds) Ending the Cycle of Violence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Wolfe, D.A., C. Wekerle, R. Gough, D.R. Jaffe, C. Grasley, A.L. Pittman, L. Lefebvre, and J. Stump. (1996). The Youth Relationships Manual: A Group Approach With Adolescents for the Prevention of Woman Abuse and the Promotion of Healthy Relationships. Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE Publications.

Women’s Council for Domestic and Family Violence Services (WA), Family and Domestic Violence Unit, and the Department of Education and Training. (2007). Domestic and Dating Violence Peer Education Program - Final Report. Perth.

York, K.M., L.A. Barclay, and A.B. Zajack. (1997). Preventing Sexual Harassment: The Effect of Multiple Training Methods. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 10(4): 277-289.

n) Men's anti-violence education and activism

Note: Also see material above for general materials on anti-violence education and activism.

(i) Recommended reading

Berkowitz, Alan D. (2001). Critical Elements of Sexual Assault Prevention and Risk Reduction Programs. Chapter 3 in C. Kilmartin: Sexual Assault in Context: Teaching College Men About Gender. Holmes Beach, FL: Learning Publications.

Berkowitz, Alan D. (2002). Fostering Men’s Responsibility for Preventing Sexual Assault. In Preventing Violence in Relationships. Ed. P. Schewe. Washington, DC, American Psychological Association.

Berkowitz, Alan D. (2004a) Working With Men to Prevent Violence Against Women: An Overview. (Part One) National Resource Centre on Domestic Violence: VAWnet Applied Research Forum, October.

Berkowitz, Alan D. (2004b) Working With Men to Prevent Violence Against Women: Program modalities and formats. (Part Two) National Resource Centre on Domestic Violence: VAWnet Applied Research Forum, October.

Building Partnerships to End Men’s Violence – Papers and summaries from a 2003 online discussion, focused on four topics;
(1) Building a Big Tent Approach to Working with Men;
(2) Innovation within Batterer Intervention Programs: Community based approaches to enhancing safety and accountability;
(3) Building Bridges between Responsible Fatherhood Programs and Programs working to End Men’s Violence;
(4) Young Men as Allies in Preventing Violence and Abuse: Building Effective Partnerships with Schools.
URL: http://endabuse.org/bpi/.

Denny, Todd. (2007). Unexpected Allies: Men Who Stop Rape. Trafford.

Development, 2001, Special Issue: Violence Against Women and the Culture of Masculinity, Vol. 44 No. 3, September.
Contents;
Editorial Note / Wendy Harcourt.
Overview on VAW / Lenore Manderson.
Building a Movement of Men Working to End Violence Against Women / Michael Kaufman.
Women’s Experience of Violence and Men Stopping Violence.
The Eyes Are Silent. the Heart Desires to Speak: Exploring Masculinities in South Asia / Rahul Roy.
The Culture of Masculinity in an Australian Indigenous Community / Janet Hammill.
She Made Me Go Out of My Mind: Marital Violence from the Male Point of View / Norma Fuller.
Carita’s War / Carolyn Nordstrom.
Information Communications Technologies and Violence Against Women / Susanne Hamm.
Men Stopping Violence: Men’s Collective Anti-Violence Activism and the Struggle for Gender Justice / Michael Flood.
Needed: A Culture of Masculinity for the Fulfilment of Human Rights / Ruth Hayward.
Violence Against Women: Looking at Men’s Potential for Change through Social Imaginary / Diane Alméras.
Local / Global Encounters: Local Men’s Movements and VAW Strategies in Action.
Domestic Violence Strategies and Actions in Suriname / Carla Bakboord.
Reflections on Gender Violence in the South African Public Health Agenda / Rachel Jewkes.
The Continuum of Violence Against Women in Eritrea / Rachel Odede and Eden Asghedom.
Breaking Cultural and Social Taboos: The Fight Against FGM in Egypt / Fatma Khafagy.
The Woman Friendly Hospital Initiative in Bangladesh: A Strategy for Addressing Violence Against Women / Y.A. Haque.
Violence Against Women: Initiatives in the 1990s / Sumati Nair.
Men Stopping Men’s Violence to Women / Jeff Hearn.
Men Against Violence Against Women Movement in Namibia / Willem Odendaal.
‘Cool Your Head, Man’: Preventing Gender-based Violence in Favelas / Gary Barker.
Violence and the Crisis of Masculinity in the US, Australia and Mongolia / Dale Hurst.
Men’s Groups in Mexico / Robert Garda.
SID On-line Dialogue Utopic Visions or the Battle of the Sexes? / Laura MÈ Agust’n.
Countering Violence Against Women in Rajasthan: Problems, Strategies and Hazards / Alice Garg.
Men are Not My Project: A View from Zimbabwe / Everjoice Win.
Legal Responses to Rape in Mexico: Lessons from the Year 2000. / Rosario Taracena.
A Practical Approach to Gender-Based Violence: The UNFPA Approach / Lynne Stevens.
Strategies to End Gender-Based Violence: US AID Approach / Catherine Johnson.
Window on the World Key Web sites and NGO newsletters on VAW and Men’s Groups / Elisabeth-Jane Milne.
Who’s Who List of contributors’ names and addresses.
Sexual Violence Against Women: A working bibliography.

Family Violence Prevention Fund. (2003). Building Partnerships to End Men’s Violence – Papers and summaries from a 2003 online discussion. URL: http://endabuse.org/bpi/. Topics include;
(1) Building a Big Tent Approach to Working with Men;
(2) Innovation within Batterer Intervention Programs: Community based approaches to enhancing safety and accountability;
(3) Building Bridges between Responsible Fatherhood Programs and Programs working to End Men’s Violence;
(4) Young Men as Allies in Preventing Violence and Abuse: Building Effective Partnerships with Schools.

Family Violence Prevention Fund. (2004). Toolkit for Working with Men and Boys to Prevent Gender-Based Violence. San Francisco, CA: FVPF. URL: www.endabuse.org/toolkit.

Ferguson, Harry, Jeff Hearn, Oystein Gulvag Holter, Lars Jalmert, Michael Kimmel, James Lang, and Robert Morrell. (2005). Ending Gender-Based Violence: A call for global action to involve men. SIDA.

Flood, Michael. (2002-2003). Engaging Men: Strategies and dilemmas in violence prevention education among men. Women Against Violence: A Feminist Journal, 13, pp. 25-32. (Free copy available from author upon request.)

Flood, Michael. (2005). Men’s Collective Struggles for Gender Justice: The Case of Anti-Violence Activism. In The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Eds Michael Kimmel, Jeff Hearn, and R.W. Connell. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage (pp. 458-466). (Free copy available from author upon request.)

Flood, Michael. (2005-2006). Changing Men: Best practice in sexual violence education. Women Against Violence, 18: 26-36. (Free copy available from author upon request.)

Funk, Rus. (2006). Reaching Men: Strategies for Preventing Sexism and Violence. Jist Publishing (304 pp.).

Funk, Rus Ervin. (1993). Stopping Rape: A Challenge for Men. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.

IASOM. (1999). IASOM Newsletter, Special Issue: Men & Violence, Vol. 6(2), June.
Includes;
Kaufman, Michael -- The Six P’s of Men’s Violence.
Burstyn, Varda -- Manhood, Politics and the Culture of Sport.
Morrell, Robert -- The Violences of South Africa.
Hayward, Ruth Finney -- Stopping Violence Against Women in South Asia: Work in Progress.
Pietila, Hilkka -- Violence Against Women, Peace and the Involvement of Men.
Lorentzen, Jorgen and Lokke, Per Are -- Men’s Violence Against Women: The Need to Take Responsibility.
Kaufman, Michael -- White Ribbons over Arkansas: An Open Letter to the People of Jonesboro.
White Ribbon Campaign -- What Every Man Can Do to Help End Men’s Violence Against Women. -- Frequently Asked Questions About the White Ribbon Campaign.
Pease, Bob -- Men Against Sexual Assault: Rape Awareness Education and Action Against Men’s Violence.
Breines, Ingeborg -- Men, Woman [sic] and a Culture of Peace.
Wolflight, Paul -- New Approaches to Work With Men Who Commit Violence: Ahimsa.
Rakil, Marius -- Principles and Practise [sic] for Treating Men Who Commit Wife Abuse.
Hearn, Jeff -- Policy Development and Changing Men In and Outside.
Scott, Katreena -- How Do We Promote Change in Abusive Behaviour?

Katz, Jackson. (2006). The Macho Paradox: Why some men hurt women and how all men can help. Sourcebooks.
Preface.
1. Violence Against Women Is a Men’s Issue.
2. Facing Facts.
3. Taking It Personally.
4. Listening To Women.
5. Male-Bashing?
6. Stuck in (Gender) Neutral.
7. Bystanders.
8. Race and Culture.
9. It Takes a Village to Rape a Woman.
10. Guilty Pleasures: Pornography, Prostitution and Stripping.
11. MVP: Athletes and Marines.
12. Teach Our Children Well.
13. More Than A Few Good Men.

Kaufman, Michael. (1999). The Seven P’s of Men’s Violence. URL: http://www.michaelkaufman.com/longarticles.html, Accessed 7 May 2001

Kaufman, Michael. (2003). The AIM Framework: Addressing and Involving Men and Boys To Promote Gender Equality and End Gender Discrimination and Violence. UNICEF, March 31. URL: http://www.michaelkaufman.com/articles/pdf/the-aim-framework.pdf. Accessed February 3 2004.

Kilmartin, Christopher T. (2001). Sexual Assault in Context: Teaching College Men About Gender. Holmes Beach, FL: Learning Publications.
Includes;
Critical elements of sexual-assault prevention and risk-reduction programs for men and women / Berkowitz, Alan D. (pp. 75-96)

Lang, J. (2003). Elimination of Violence Against Women in Partnership With Men. Background document for UNESCAP’s subregional training workshop on Elimination of Violence Against Women in Partnership with Men, 2-5 December, 2003, New Delhi, India.

Mills, Martin. (2001). Challenging Violence in Schools: An Issue of Masculinities. Open University Press.

United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW). (2002). Partners in Change: Working with men to end gender-based violence. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Contents;
Introduction / James Funk.
Political Connections: Men, Gender and Violence / Alan Greig
The Crowing of the Rooster: Violence and masculinity in North-East Brazil / Sarah Hautzinger.
Entering the Labyrinth: Coming to grips with gender war zones – the case of South Africa / Helen Moffett.
Giving Men Choices: A Rozan project with the Police Force in Pakistan / Maria Rashid.
Men Reinventing Themselves: Resisting dominant masculinities / Bernard Tonkin.
A Coordinated Collaborative Approach to Address and Combat Teen Dating Abuse / Rus Ervin Funk.
Conclusion / Alan Greig.

Virtual Seminar Series on Men’s Roles and Responsibilities in Ending Gender-based Violence, United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW), 2002.
URL: http://www.un-instraw.org/en/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=909&Itemid=182
Virtual Seminar Series
http://www.un-instraw.org/en/index.php?option=content&task=blogcategory&id=118&Itemid=184
Papers include;
Political Connections: Men, Gender and Violence - Alan Greig
A Coordinated Collaborative Approach to Address and Combat Teen Dating Abuse - Rus Ervin Funk
Etc.

Warshaw, Robin. (1988). For men: The benefits of change. Chapter 11 in I Never Called It Rape. New York: Harper & Row.

 

(ii) Further reading

Anderson, K. (2004). Only Men Can Stop Rape. Off Our Backs, 34(9/10): 18.

Anderson, Linda A., Matthew P. Stoelb, Peter Duggan, Brad Hieger, et al. (1998). The effectiveness of two types of rape prevention programs in changing the rape-supportive attitudes of college students. Journal of College Student Development, Mar/Apr., Vol. 39, Iss. 2.

Archer, L. (1985). Rape prevention. In Women’s Health in a Changing Society. (1985). Conference Proceedings, Vol. 2, Adelaide.

Banyard, Victoria L., Elizabethe G. Plante, and Mary M. Moynihan. (2004). Bystander education: Bringing a broader community perspective to sexual violence prevention. Journal of Community Psychology, Volume 32, Issue 1, January: 61-79.

Banyard, Victoria L., Elizabethe G. Plante, and Mary M. Moynihan. (2005). Rape Prevention Through Bystander Education: Bringing a broader perspective to sexual violence prevention. Washington: US Department of Justice.

Barker, G., and F. Acosta. (2000). Preventing Violence Against Women in Partnership with Men: Instituto Promundo and Instituto Noos. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (October).

Bender, Geoff. (2001). Resisting dominance? The study of a marginalized masculinity and its construction within high school walls. pp. 61-78; IN: Burstyn, Joan N. (ed.). Preventing Violence in Schools: A Challenge to American Democracy; Mahwah, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates.

Berg, D.R., K.A. Lonsway, and L.F. Fitzgerald. (1999). Rape prevention education for men: The effectiveness of empathy-induction techniques. Journal of College Student Development, 40(3), 219-234.

Berkowitz, Alan D. (ed). (1994). Men and Rape: Theory, Research, and Prevention Programs in Higher Education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Bruce, S. (2002). The “A Man” Campaign: Marketing Social Norms to Men to Prevent Sexual Assault. The Report on Social Norms. Working Paper #5, Little Falls, NJ: PaperClip Communications.

Buchwald, Emilie, Pamela Fletcher, and Martha Roth. (eds.). (1993). Transforming a Rape Culture. Minneapolis: Milkweed Editions.
Includes: Weinberg, Joseph and Biernbaum, Michael -- The conversations of consent: Sexual intimacy without sexual assault. (pp. 87-100).
Kimmel, Michael -- Clarence, William, Iron Mike, Tailhook, Senator Packwood, Spur Posse, Magic… and us. (pp. 119-138)
Miedzian, Myriam -- How rape is encouraged in American boys and what we can do to stop it.
Madhubuti, Haki R. -- On becoming anti-rapist. (pp. 165-178)

Cameron, Margaret. (2000). Young men and violence prevention. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, No. 154, Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Capraro, Rocco L. (1994). 2. Disconnected lives: Men, masculinity, and rape prevention. New Directions for Student Services, Spring, No. 65.

Carey, Maggie et al. (1999). A gathering for young homeless men: Dealing with issues of violence. Dulwich Centre Journal, No. 3.

Choate, Laura Hensley. (2003). Sexual assault prevention programs for college men: An exploratory evaluation of the Men Against Violence model. Journal of College Counseling, Fall, Vol. 6, Iss. 2.

Creighton, Allan, and Paul Kivel. (1995). Young Men’s Work: Building Skills to Stop Violence (A Ten-Session Group Program). Center City, Minnesota: Hazelden (Oakland Men’s Project).

Creighton, Allan, with Paul Kivel. (1992). Helping Teens Stop Violence: A Practical Guide for Counselors, Educators, and Parents. Alameda, CA: Hunter House (Battered Women’s Alternatives & Oakland Men’s Project) .

Dankwort, Juergen, and Rudolf Rausch. (2000). Men at work to end wife abuse in Quebec: A case study in claims making. Violence Against Women, 6(9), September, pp. 936-959.

Davion, Victoria. (1995). Rape, group responsibility and trust. Hypatia, 10(2), Spring .

Davis, Tracy L. (2000). Programming for Men to Reduce Sexual Violence. In D. Liddell and J. Lund. (eds.), Powerful Programming for Student Learning: Approaches That Make a Difference. New Directions for Student Services, no. 90. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass:79-89.

Davis, Tracy L., and Debora L. Liddell. (2002). Getting inside the house: The effectiveness of a rape prevention program for college fraternity men. Journal of College Student Development, Jan/Feb., Vol. 43, Iss. 1.

DeKeseredy, Walter S., Martin D. Schwartz, and Shahid Alvi. (2000). The role of profeminist men in dealing with woman abuse on the Canadian college campus. Violence Against Women, September, 6(9), 918-935.

Denborough, David. (1996). Step by step: Developing respectful and effective ways of working with young men to reduce violence. In McLean, Chris, Carey, Maggie and White, Cheryl. (eds.). Men’s Ways of Being, Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.

Denny, Todd. (2007). Unexpected Allies: Men Who Stop Rape. Trafford.

Duvvury, N. (2004). What about Men? Masculinity and Domestic Violence in India. Wellesley Centers for Women 2004 International Research and Action Conference, Innovations in Understanding Violence Against Women, Wellesley Centers, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Duvvury, N., and M.B. Nayak. (2004). The Role of Men in Addressing Domestic Violence: Insights from India. Development, June, vol. 46, no. 2, pp. 45-50.

Earle, James P. (1996). Acquaintance rape workshops: Their effectiveness in changing the attitudes of first year college men. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Journal, 34(1), 2-18.

Edwards, K. E. & Headrick, T. (in press). She fears you: Teaching college men to end rape. Journal About Women in Higher Education, 1, 163-180.

Fabiano, Patricia, H. Wesley Perkins, Alan Berkowitz, Jeffrey Linkenbach, and Christopher Stark. (2004). Engaging men as Social Justice Allies in Ending Violence Against Women: Evidence for a Social Norms Approach. Journal of American College Health, 52(3), pp. 105-112.

Flood, Michael. (1993). White Ribbons a success. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 3(1), Autumn.

Flores, Stephen A., and Mark G. Hartlaub. (1998). Reducing rape-myth acceptance in male college students: A meta-analysis of intervention studies. Journal of College Student Development, Sep/Oct, Vol. 39, Iss. 5.

Fonow, Mary Margaret, Laurel Richardson, and Virginia A. Wemmerus. (1992). Feminist rape education: Does it work?. Gender & Society, 6(1), March.

Foubert, John D. (2000). The longitudinal effects of a rape-prevention program on fraternity men’s attitudes, behavioral intent, and behavior. The Journal of American College Health, 48, 158-163.

Foubert, John D. (2000). The Men’s Program: How To Successfully Lower Men’s Likelihood of Raping. (2nd ed.) Holmes Beach, FL: Learning Publications Inc.

Foubert, John D., and Kenneth A. Marriott. (1996). Overcoming men’s defensiveness toward sexual assault programs: Learning to help survivors. Journal of College Student Development, 37, pp. 470-472.

Foubert, John D., and Kenneth A. Marriott. (1997). Effects of a sexual assault peer education program on men’s belief in rape myths. Sex Roles, 36, pp. 257-266.

Foubert, John D., and Marylu K. McEwen. (1998). An all-male rape-prevention peer education program: Decreasing fraternity men’s behavioral intent to rape. The Journal of College Student Development, 39, pp. 548-556.

Foubert, John D., and Sharon A. LaVoy,. (2000). A qualitative assessment of “The Men’s Program”: The impact of a rape prevention program on fraternity men. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Journal, 38, pp. 18-30.

Friedman, Brook. (1996). Boys-Talk: A Program for Young Men About Masculinity, Non-violence and Relationships. Adelaide: Men Against Sexual Assault.

Gold, Jodi, and Susan Villari. (eds.). (2000). Just Sex: Students Rewrite The Rules on Sex, Violence, Activism, and Equality. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield.

Golding, Steve, and Brook Friedman. (1997). Guys Talk Too: Improving Young Men’s Sexual Health - Report of the Young Men and Acquaintance Rape Survey. Adelaide: Family Planning South Australia.

Goldrick-Jones, A. (2004). The ribbon and the rose: Visual rhetorics against violence to women. Ethnographies, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 95-123.

Goldstein, A.P., Sherman, M., Gershaw, N.J., Sprafkin, R.P. and Glick, B. (1978). Training aggressive adolescents in prosocial behavior. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 7, pp. 73-89.

Griffin, James P. (2005). The Building Resiliency and Vocational Excellence (BRAVE) Program: A Violence-Prevention and Role Model Program for Young, African American Males. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, Nov., Vol. 16, Iss. 4.

Hayward, Ruth F. (1999). Needed: A New Model of Masculinity to Stop Violence Against Girls and Women. UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia. Paper presented to the WHO Global Symposium on Violence and Health, Kobe, Japan, 12-15 October.

Heppner, M.J., H.A. Neville, K. Smith, D.M. Kivlighan, and B.S. Gershuny. (1999). Examining immediate and long-term efficacy of rape prevention programming with racially diverse college men. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 46(1), 16-26.

Hong, L.L. (2000). Toward a transformed approach to prevention: Breaking the link between masculinity and violence. Journal of American College Health. 48(6):269-279, May.

Jackson, Thomas L., and Joanne L. Davis. (2000). Prevention of sexual and physical assault toward women: A program for male athletes. Journal of Community Psychology, Volume 28 Issue 6, November: 589-605.

Johnson, Allan G. (2001). Privilege, Power, and Difference.

Kamen, Paula. (1991). Men stopping rape. (profile of Joe Weinberg), pp. 328-333 of Feminist Fatale: Voices From the ‘Twentysomething’ Generation Explore The Future of the ‘Women’s Movement’. New York: Donald I. Fine.

Kathuria, P. (2004). Involving Men as Allies in Violence against Women: Are We Pursuing a Mirage? Wellesley Centers for Women 2004 International Research and Action Conference, Innovations in Understanding Violence Against Women, Wellesley Centers, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Katz, Jackson, with Jeremy Earp. (1999). Tough Guise Teacher’s Guide Online: A companion to the college and high school versions of the video, Tough Guise: Violence, Media, and the Crisis in Masculinity. Northampton, MA: Media Education Foundation.

Katz, Jackson. (1995). Reconstructing masculinity in the locker room: The Mentors in Violence Prevention Project. Harvard Educational Review, 65(2), Summer, pp. 163-174.

Katz, Jackson. (1996). Checklist: 10 things men can do to end men’s violence against women. In D. Goelman, F. Lehrman & R. Valente. (eds.), The Impact of Domestic Violence on Your Legal Practice: A Lawyer’s Handbook. Washington, D.C.: American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence.

Katz, Jackson. (2000). The sounds of silence: Notes on the personal politics of men’s leadership in gender violence prevention education. In N. Lesko (Ed.), Masculinities at school. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Kaufman, Michael. (1997). Working with men and boys to challenge sexism and end men’s violence. UNESCO Expert Group Meeting “Male Roles and Masculinities in the Perspective of a Culture of Peace. Oslo, Norway, 24-28 September.

Kaufman, Michael. (2001). Strategic planning to end men’s violence: The White Ribbon Campaign. Aggressive Behavior, 27(3), 158.

Kearney, Lisa K., Aaron B. Rochlen, and Eden B. King. (2004). Male Gender Role Conflict, Sexual Harassment Tolerance, and the Efficacy of a Psychoeducative Training Program. Psychology of Men & Masculinity. 5(1):72-82, January.

Kenway, Jane, and Lindsay Fitzclarence. (1997). Masculinity, violence and schooling: Challenging ‘poisonous pedagogies’. Gender and Education, 9(1), pp. 117-131.

Kimmel, Michael S., and Thomas E. Mosmiller. (eds.). (1992). Against the Tide: Pro-Feminist Men in the United States, 1776-1990. Boston: Beacon Press.

Kivel, Paul. (1992). Men’s Work: How to Stop the Violence That Tears Our Lives Apart. Hazelden.

Lang, James. (2002). Gender is Everyone’s Business: Programming with Men to Achieve Gender Equality. Workshop report, 10-12 June. Oxfam.

Langelan, Martha J. (1993). Not all men harass: Men as allies for women. Chapter 8 in Back Off! How to Confront and stop Sexual Harassment and Harassers. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Lanier, Cynthia A., and Marc N. Elliott. (1997). A new instrument for the evaluation of a date rape prevention program. Journal of College Student Development. Nov/Dec., Vol. 38, Iss. 6.

Layton, Mark. (1992). Sex, lies, and hetero-rape. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 2(2), Winter.

Lee, Romeo B. (2004). Filipino men’s familial roles and domestic violence: implications and strategies for community-based intervention. Health and Social Care in the Community, Volume 12, Issue 5, pp. 422-429, September.

Lorentzen, J. (2004). The role of men in combating domestic violence. Centre for Women’s Studies and Gender Research, Oslo.

M., Jack. (1993). Confessions of a date rapist. Changing Men, 25, Winter/Spring.

Mahlstedt, Deborah. (1998). Getting Started: A Dating Violence Peer-Education Program for Men. West Chester, Penn.: self-published.

Mahlstedt, Deborah. (1999). Men’s Work: Fraternity Brothers Stopping Violence Against Women. Insight Media: New York.

Marchese, Emily. (2008). No Women Allowed: Exclusion and Accountability in Men’s Anti-Rape Groups. Journal of International Women’s Studies, 9(2), March.

Marx, George. (1987). Building and sustaining a healthy men’s anti-rape group. Unpublished.

May, Larry, and Robert Strikwerda. (1994). Men in groups: Collective responsibility for rape. Hypatia, 9(2). (Also see Davion’s Reply, Hypatia, 10(2), Spring).

Men Against Sexual Assault (ACT) School Visits Program. (1992). Anti-Rape Workshop. Canberra.

Men Against Sexual Assault (QLD). (1993). Menswork: Education for Nonviolence. Brisbane.

Men Against Sexual Assault (Vic.). (1999). Talking About Men: Understanding Men and Masculinities. Resource kit. Melbourne: Men Against Sexual Assault, 69 pp.

Mohan, Laurel, and Angela Schultz. (2001). Mauled by MAVEN: Our story of involving men in the movement. Off Our Backs. October, pp. 25-30.

National Campaign Against Violence and Crime. (1998). Working With Adolescents to Prevent Domestic Violence. Canberra: NCAVAC Unit, Attorney-General’s Department.

New South Wales Department of School Education. (1992). Violence Against Homosexual Men and Women: A Module of Six Lessons for Presentation of a Unit of Work on Homophobia. Sydney.

Orkin, Gerry, and Michael Flood. (1992). Young men, old myths: An anti-rape workshop. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 2(2), Winter.

Parrot, A., N. Cummings, T.C. Marchell, and J. Hofher. (1994). A rape awareness and prevention model for male athletes. Journal of American College Health.

Parrot, Andrea. (1994). Sexual Assault 101: Sexual Assault Prevention Education for College Athletes. Holmes Beach, FL: Learning Publications, Inc.

Peacock, Dean. (2003). Building on a legacy of social justice activism: Enlisting men as gender justice activists in South Africa. Men and Masculinities 5(3), January.

Pease, Bob. (1997). Men and Sexual Politics: Towards a Profeminist Practice. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.
Includes;
Men’s groups: Limitations and political potential.
Men Against Sexual Assault: Organising men against sexual violence.
Patriarchy awareness education: Education to make a difference.

Pease, Bob. (2002). Masculinities and Violence: Breaking the Equation. Chapter 13 in Men and Gender Relations. Melbourne: Tertiary Press.

Pease, Bob. (2008). Engaging Men in Men’s Violence Prevention: Exploring the tensions, dilemmas and possibilities. Australian Domestic & Family Violence Clearinghouse Issues Paper, No. 17, August.

Pennings, Benjamin. (1996). ‘Fear, Not!’ - A Program Exploring Gendered Violence in Relationships. Final Report, Brisbane: Men Against Sexual Assault.

Poling, James N., and Christine C. Neuger. (eds.). (2002). Men’s Work in Preventing Violence Against Women. New York: Haworth Pastoral Press. (Published simultaneously as Journal of Religion & Abuse, 4(3), 2002).

Pringle, Keith. (1995). Men, Masculinities and Social Welfare. London: UCL Press.
Includes;
5. Adult violence.
7. Men against oppressions: Woman abuse.
8. Men against oppressions: Child sexual abuse.

Scarce, Michael. (1995). Men Can Stop Rape: A rape education curriculum guide for men. Ohio State University Rape Education and Prevention Program, Columbus, Ohio.

Scheel, E.D., E.J. Johnson, M. Schneideer, and B. Smith. (2001). Making Rape Education Meaningful for Men: The case for eliminating the emphasis on men as perpetrators, protectors, or victims. Sociological Practice: A Journal of Clinical and Applied Sociology, 3(4), December.

Schewe, Paul A. (ed). (2002). Preventing Violence in Relationships. Washington, DC, American Psychological Association.
Contents;
New Directions in Preventing Interpersonal Violence / Paul A. Schewe.
School-Based Child Sexual Abuse Prevention / Sandy Wurtele.
Reconceptualizing Child Sexual Abuse as a Public Health Concern / Keith Kaufman, Michelle Barber, Heather Mosher, and Megan Carter.
Interventions for Child Victims of Peer Aggression / Heidi Gazelle and Gary Ladd.
Dating Violence Education: Prevention and Early Intervention Strategies / Sarah Avery-Leaf and Michelle Cascardi.
Guidelines for Developing Rape Prevention and Risk Reduction Interventions / Paul A. Schewe.
Rape Avoidance: Self-Protection Strategies for Women / Sarah Ullman.
Fostering Men’s Responsibility for Preventing Sexual Assault / Alan Berkowitz.
Recent Therapeutic Advances in the Prevention of Domestic Violence / Sabina Low, Natalie Monarch, Scott Hartman, and Howard Markman.
Violence and the Elderly: Issues for Prevention / Deborah Henderson, Jeffrey Buchanan, and Jane E. Fisher.
Evaluating Prevention Programs: The Challenges and Benefits of Measuring Outcomes / Paul A. Schewe and Larry Bennett.

Schewe, Paul A., and W.T. O’Donohue (in press). Psychometrics of the Rape Conformity Assessment and other measures: Implications for rape prevention. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment.

Schewe, Paul A., and W.T. O’Donohue. (1993a). Rape prevention: Methodological problems and new directions. Clinical Psychology Review, 13, pp. 667-682.

Schewe, Paul A., and W.T. O’Donohue. (1993b). Sexual abuse prevention with high risk males: The roles of victim empathy and rape myths. Violence and Victims, 8(4), pp. 339-351.

Schewe, Paul A., and W.T. O’Donohue. (1996). Rape prevention with high-risk males: Short-term outcome of two interventions. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 25, 455-471.

Shultz, Shelli K., Avraham Scherman, and Lawrence J. Marshall. (2000). Evaluation of a university-based date rape prevention program: Effect on attitudes and behavior related to rape. Journal of College Student Development, Mar/Apr. Vol. 41, Iss. 2.

Smith, P., and S. Welchans. (2000). Peer education: Does focusing on male responsibility change sexual assault attitudes? Violence Against Women, 6(11), 1255-1268.

Solórzano, Irela, and Oswaldo Montoya. (2001). Men Against Marital Violence: A Nicaraguan campaign. ID21, http://www.id21.org/static/insights35art5.htm, 8 January

Spark, R. (1994). Gift-wrapping the men’s movement: Canada’s White Ribbon Foundation Campaign. Queen’s University, Kingston, Ont.

Stephens, K.A., and W.H. George. (2008 in press). Rape Prevention With College Men: Evaluating Risk Status. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Stoltenberg, John. (1997). ‘I am not a rapist!’: Why college guys are confronting rape. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 17(1/2).

Tea Tree Gully Community Health Service. (1993). Young Men and Violence: Pathways to Change. Adelaide: Men’s Contact and Resource Centre.

Tierney, Robert. (1997). Challenging sexual harassment at Georgetown Fisheries: Implications for trade union strategies. Paper to Conference, Masculinities: Renegotiating Genders. University of Wollongong, 20 June.

Tirado, Felix A. Roman, Juan J. Gonzalez Armenteros, Edwin B. Fernandez Bauzo, Edwin Cruz Diaz, and Marviliz Avila Rodrigues. (2003). Masculino que ninguno: Una perspectiva sociopersonal del genero, el poder y la violencia (More Masculine Than Anyone). Santo Domingo: Colectivo e Ideoloias y Vivencias de los Generos.

Trudinger, Mark. (2000). Young men, angry language, and the language of anger. Gecko, No. 3

Weinberg, Joseph, and Michael Biernbaum. (1992). The conversations of consent: Sexual intimacy without sexual assault. Changing Men, No. 25, Winter/Spring.
(Also In Emilie Buchwald, Pamela Fletcher, and Martha Roth. (eds.). (1993) Transforming a Rape Culture. Minneapolis: Milkweed Editions.)

Welsh, Patrick. (2001). Masculinity and violence in Nicaragua. Talk to conference Men Aren’t From Mars: Masculinities and Non-Violence in Latin America and the Caribbean. London, October.

White, Aaraonette M. (2001). I am because we are: Combined race and gender political consciousness among African American women and men anti-rape activists. Women’s Studies International Forum. 24(1), January-February.

Wolfe, David A., Christine Wekerle, and Katreena Scott. (1997). Alternatives to Violence: Empowering Youth to Develop Health Relationships. Sage.

Wolfe, David A., Christine Wekerle, D. Reitzel-Jaffe, and L. Lefebvre (in Press) Factors associated with abusive relationships among maltreated and non-maltreated youth. Development and Psychopathology.

Wolfe, David A., Christine Wekerle, R. Gough, D.R. Jaffe, C. Grasley, A.L. Pittman, L. Lefebvre, and J. Stumpf. (1996). The Youth Relationships Manual: A Group Approach With Adolescents for the Prevention of Woman Abuse and the Promotion of Healthy Relationships. Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE Publications.

Youth Sector Training Council of Queensland. (1993). From Strength to Strength: Working With Young Men Who Have Been Sexually Abused. Fortitude Valley, QLD: Social Change Media.


(iii) Men supporting survivors

Castleman, Michael. (1988). If the woman you love gets raped. Chapter 7 in Making Love: A Guide to Sexual Fulfilment for Men - and Women. (Revised edition) London: Penguin.

Funk, Rus Ervin. (1993). Responding to survivors. Chapter 8 in Stopping Rape: A Challenge for Men. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers (5 Chapters on Men ending Rape).

Sydney Rape Crisis Centre. (1984). Family and friends relating to you. pp. 49-51 in Surviving Rape. Sydney: Fontana.

Warshaw, Robin. (1988). Helping the acquaintance-rape survivor. Chapter 13 in I Never Called It Rape. New York: Harper & Row.


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o) Measuring violence

Note: See Hegarty and Roberts for a recent overview.

Archer, John. (1999). Assessment of the reliability of the Conflict Tactics Scale: A meta-analytic review. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 14(12), December, pp. 1263-1289.

Australian Bureau of Statistics. (1996). Women’s Safety Australia. Canberra: Australian Bureau of Statistics (No. 4128.0).

Bograd, Michelle. (1990). Why we need gender to understand human violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 5, pp. 132-35.

Brush, Lisa D. (1990). Violent acts and injurious outcomes in married couples: Methodological issues in the National Survey of Families and Households. Gender & Society, 4, March, pp. 56¬-67.

Clift, R.J.W., L.A. Thomas, and D.G. Dutton. (2005). Two-Year Reliability of the Propensity for Abusiveness Scale. Journal of Family Violence, 20(4): 231-234.

Cook, Sarah L. (2002). Self-reports of Sexual, Physical, and Nonphysical Abuse Perpetration: A Comparison of Three Measures. Violence Against Women, vol. 8, no. 5, pp. 541-565, May.

Cooper, Lesley, Julia Anaf, and Margaret Bowden. (2006). Contested concepts in violence against women: ‘intimate’, ‘domestic’ or ‘torture’? Australian Social Work, v.59 no.3, Sept: (314)-327.

Dahlberg, Linda L., Susan B. Toal, Monica H. Swahn, and Christopher B. Behrens. (2005). Measuring Violence-Related Attitudes, Behaviors, and Influences Among Youths: A Compendium of Assessment Tools, 2nd ed., Atlanta, GA: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.

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DeKeseredy, Walter S., and Martin D. Schwartz. (1998). Measuring the extent of woman abuse in intimate heterosexual relationships: A critique of the Conflict Tactics Scales. U.S. Department of Justice Violence Against Women Grants Office Electronic Resources (Refereed Publication) (http://www.vaw.umn.edu/documents/vawnet/ctscritique/ctscritique.pdf).

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

Dutton, D.G., M.A. Landolt, A. Starzomski, and M. Bodnarchuk. (2001). Validation of the Propensity for Abusiveness Scale in Diverse Male Populations. Journal of Family Violence, V16(1): 59-73.

Ellsberg, Mary et al. (2001). Researching domestic violence against women: Methodological and ethical considerations. Studies in Family Planning, 32(1), March.

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

Fisher, B.S., F.T. Cullen, and L.E. Daigle. (2005). The discovery of acquaintance rape: the salience of methodological innovation and rigor. J Interpers Violence, Apr; 20(4): 493-500.

Gelles, R J. (2000). Estimating the Incidence and Prevalence of Violence against Women. Violence Against Women, 6, 7, 784-804.

Goldman, J.D.G., and U.K. Padayachi. (2000). Some methodological problems in estimating incidence and prevalence in child sexual abuse research. Journal of Sex Research, 37(4): 305.

Hamby, Sherry L. et.al. (1996). Four measures of partner violence: Construct similarity and classification differences. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 58, February.

Hamby, Sherry L., and Mary P. Koss. (2003). Shades of Gray: A Qualitative Study of Terms Used in the Measurement of Sexual Victimization. Psychology of Women Quarterly, September, Vol. 27 Issue 3.

Harned, M.S. (2005). Understanding Women’s Labeling of Unwanted Sexual Experiences With Dating Partners: A Qualitative Analysis. Violence Against Women, 11(3): 374-413.

Hegarty, Kelsey, and Gwenneth Roberts. (1998). How common is domestic violence against women? The definition of partner abuse in prevalence studies. Australian Journal of Public Health, 22(1).

Helie, S., M.E. Clement, and M.C. Larrivee. (2003). Epidemiological considerations in the conceptualization and utilization of “prevalence” and “incidence rate” in family violence research: A reply to Brownridge and Halli. (1999). Journal of Family Violence, 18 (4): 219-225, AUG.

Hilton, N. Zoe, Grant T. Harris, and Marnie E. Rice. (2003). Correspondence Between Self-Report Measures of Interpersonal Aggression. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 223-239, March.

Johnson, H. (1998). Rethinking Survey Research on Violence Against Women. In Dobash, R.E. and Dobash, R.F. (eds.) Rethinking Violence Against Women, London: Sage, pp. 23-51.

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.

Kahn, Arnold S. (2004). What College Women Do And Do Not Experience As Rape. Psychology of Women Quarterly, March, Vol. 28 Issue 1.

Kahn, Arnold S., Jennifer Jackson, Christine Kully, Kelly Badger, and Jessica Halvorsen. (2003). Calling it Rape: Differences in Experiences of Women Who do or do not Label Their Sexual Assault as Rape. Psychology of Women Quarterly, September, Vol. 27 Issue 3.

Kilpatrick, D.G. (2004). What is violence against women? Defining and measuring the problem. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (11): 1209-1234, NOV.

Kilpatrick, Dean G., and Kenneth J. Ruggiero. (2004). Making Sense of Rape in America: Where do the Numbers Come From and What do they Mean? National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center, Medical University of South Carolina.

Koss, M. P. (1996). The measurement of rape victimization in crime surveys. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 23, 55-69.

Koss, M.P., and C.A. Gidycz. (1985). Sexual Experiences Survey: Reliability and validity. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 55, 162-170.

Koss, M.P., and C.J. Oros. (1982). Sexual Experiences Survey: A research instrument investigating sexual aggression and victimization. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 50, 455-457.

Lindhorst, T., and E. J. Tajima (2008). Reconceptualizing and operationalizing context in survey research on intimate partner violence. Interpers Violence, 23(3): 362-88.

Mattley, Christine, and Martin D. Schwartz. (1998). The battered woman scale. pp. 21-23 in Clive M. Davis, William H. Yarber, George E. Schreer, Robert Bauserman and Sandra L. Davis. (eds.) Sexuality-Related Measures: A Compendium. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

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.

Murray, C.E., and J. Graybeal. (2007). Methodological Review of Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Research. J Interpers Violence, 22(10): 1250-1269.

Nazroo, James. (1995). Uncovering gender differences in the use of marital violence: The effect of methodology. Sociology, 29(3), August.

O’Leary, K. D., and M. C. Williams (2006). Agreement about acts of aggression in marriage. J Fam Psychol; 20(4): 656-62.

Porter, J. F., & Critelli, J. W. (1992). Measurement of sexual aggression in college men: A methodological analysis. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 21, 525-542.

Psychology of Women Quarterly, December 2005, Vol. 29 Issue 4;
The Impact Of Questionnaire Administration Mode On Response Rate And Reporting Of Consensual And Nonconsensual Sexual Behavior / Maria Testa, Jennifer A. Livingston, Carol VanZile-Tamsen;
The Effects Of Frame Of Reference On Responses To Questions About Sexual Assault Victimization And Perpetration / Antonia Abbey, Michele R. Parkhill, Mary P. Koss.

Rapaport, K.R., and B.R. Burkhart. (1984). Personality and attitudinal characteristics of sexually coercive college males. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 93, 216-221.

Rosenblatt, Jennifer A., and Michael J. Furlong. (1997). Assessing the reliability and validity of student self-reports of campus violence. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 26(2).

Ross, Ronald R., and Elizabeth Rice Allgeier. (1996). Behind the pencil/paper measurement of sexual coercion: Interview-based clarification of men’s interpretations of sexual experiences survey items. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 26(18) .

Ruback, R. Barry, and Neil Alan Weiner. (eds.). (1995). Interpersonal Violent Behaviors: Social and Cultural Aspects. New York, NY: Springer Pub. Co.
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Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood.
19th edition, 2008, Canberra, Australia. ISBN 0 646 18088 6

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