Battered Men - The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence
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BEYOND ALL HELP
A forthright criticism and deconstruction of the BMA report Domestic Violence: a health care issue? (1998) which exposes the fallacies in this potentially influential report and deconstructs the Patriarchal male dominance model of domestic violence as only committed by men against women.
Now published by Dewar Research.
Also published by Dewar Research is 'A Critique of Domestic Violence: a health care issue?' from a lay perspective written by David Yarwood.
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ISBN 0 9532584 1 6Dewar Research is a private non profit intiative which collates information available in the public domain to encourage more informed debate about social issues. The cost of these publications is only to cover printing and distribution costs. Any profit made will go towards helping and researching male victims of domestic violence.
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Domestic Violence in Washington: 25,473 Men a Year
Help for Battered Men Practical suggestions, Hotline numbers, on-line resources. Print it out and hand it to a man you think may be battered--your caring opens him up to talking about it.
Men's Stories Here are some personal stories by battered men, and links to sites with more of them. The more we talk about it, the more we tell our stories, the more we increase public awareness that men are battered and encourage battered men to get the help they need. Send us your story, so we can post it here (anonymously, of course, unless you tell us differently.)
What's Wrong with the Duluth Model? The "Duluth Model" is the approach most widely used for perpetrator treatment--but it gender polarizes the "people problem" of domestic violence.. What's wrong with the Duluth Model? It blames and shames men. It's based on ideology, not science. It ignores drinking, drugs and pathology. Only one cause, only one solution. There's no real evidence it works. It ignores domestic violence by women. Women who need help can't get it. It's taught by wounded healers.
Latest Research Findings National Violence Against Women survey shows 37.5% of victims each year are men. Men are at real risk of serious physical injury. Murray A. Straus looks at controversies in DV research. Martin Fiebert examines reasons women give for assaulting men. JAMA emergency room study shows equal number of men, woman victims.
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