f) Working with men in faith and religious settings [NEW]

Note: Also see this bibliography on masculinity and Christianity and this bibliography on violence prevention in faith settings.

 

Bent-Goodley, T., Henderson, Z., Youmans, L., & St Vil, C. (2015). The Role of Men of Faith in Responding to Domestic Violence: Focus Group Themes. Social Work & Christianity, 42(3).

Boyd, Stephen. (1995). The Men We Long To Be: Beyond Domination to a New Christian Understanding of Manhood. HarperSanFranscisco.

Canadian Council of Muslim Women. (2017). Engaging men to end violence in the family. Gananoque, Ontario: Canadian Council of Muslim Women.

EngenderHealth and LifeLine/ChildLine. (2011). Engaging Boys and Men in Gender Transformation: A Spiritual Supplement for Facilitating the Men as Partners(R) Group Education Manual in Christian Settings. New York: EngenderHealth; and Windhoek, Namibia: LifeLine/ChildLine. URL: http://menengage.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/EngenderHealth-spiritual_supplement-final_3.pdf

Holmes, Scott. (2012). Promoting Equal and Respectful Relationships in Faith Communities: A Manual and Tool Kit. Melbourne: Darebin City Council & VicHealth.

MenEngage Alliance. (2006). Faith-based Approaches to Transforming Masculinities for Gender Justice & Equality: A Two-day Consultation 1-2 August 2016, Washington, DC Summary Report. Washington, DC: MenEngage.

Newton Poling, J., C. Grundy, and H. Min. (2002). Men helping men to become pro-feminist. Journal of Religion & Abuse, 4(3): 107-122.

Raines, John C. (2017). The Justice Men Owe Women: Positive Resources from World Religions. Sacred Energies Press.