Abused Men: The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence

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CHAPTER 1
1.
Associated Press reports and The Oregonian sources: U. S. Department of Justice, Female Victims of Violent Crime 1979-1987; Oregon Commission for Women; and Journal of the American Medical Association (most often in apparent reference to JAMA 267, no. 23 [June 17, 1992]: 3190).
2.
M. Straus and R. Gelles, "Societal Change and Change in Family Violence from 1975 to 1985 as Revealed by Two National Surveys," Journal of Marriage and the Family 48 (August 1986): 467. See also M. Straus, R. Gelles, and S. Steinmetz, Behind Closed Doors: Violence in the American Family (Garden City, NY: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1980), 20-22.
3.
M. McLeod, "Women against Men: An Examination of Domestic Violence Based on an Analysis of Official Data and National Victimization Data," Justice Quarterly 1 (1984): 171-193.
4.
J. A. Byles, "Family Violence: Some Facts and Gaps: A Statistical Over- view," in Domestic Violence: Issues and Dynamics, ed. V. D'Oyley (Toronto: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 1978). See also Evaluation of Domestic Violence in the San Diego Region (1981), San Diego Association of Governments, and B. E. Vanfossen, "Intersexual Violence in Monroe County, New York," Victimology 4 (1979): 299-305, all cited in McLeod, "Women against Men."
5.
U. S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Violence against Women: Estimates from the Redesigned Survey, Bureau of Justice Statistics NCJ- 154348 (Washington, D. C.: GPO, 1995). See also idem, Violence against Women: A National Crime Victimization Survey Report, Bureau of Justice Statistics NCJ-145325 (Washington, D. C.: GPO, 1994), 6, 101.
6.
McLeod, "Women against Men," 173.
7.
Ibid.

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  • Acknowledgments *
  • Introduction *
  • Chapter 1 - Is It Real?: the Evidence for a Significant Social Problem *
  • Chapter 2 - Telling Their Stories: Men Speak Out *
  • Chapter 3 - The Domestic Violence Trap: How to Get Help and Find Freedom from Abuse *
  • Chapter 4 - Resistance and Acceptance: the Challenge to Understanding *
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