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Anderson, Irina, and Kathy Doherty. (2008). Accounting for Rape: Psychology, Feminism and Discourse Analysis in the Study of Sexual Violence. London: Routledge.

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Anderson, K. L. (2009). Gendering Coercive Control. Violence Against Women, 15(12): 1444-1457.

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Anglicare, WA. (2014). Community perceptions report 2014: Family and domestic violence. East Perth: Anglicare WA.

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Bairner, Alan. (1999). Soccer, Masculinity, and Violence in Northern Ireland: Between Hooliganism and Terrorism. Men and Masculinities, 1(3), January.

Baker, Joanne. (2003). Don’t believe the hype: Young women’s experience of male violence in the ‘Girl Power’ era. Women Against Violence: An Australian Feminist Journal, No. 14, July: 27-34.

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Banks, L., C. Crandall, D. Sklar and M. Bauer (2008). A Comparison of Intimate Partner Homicide to Intimate Partner Homicide-Suicide: One Hundred and Twenty-Four New Mexico Cases. Violence Against Women, 14(9): 1065-1078.

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Brison, Susan J. (1999). The Uses of Narrative in the Aftermath of Violence. In Card, Claudia. (ed.). On Feminist ethics and Politics, Lawrence: University Press of Kansas

Bronwyn Naylor, B. (2001). Reporting Violence in the British Print Media: Gendered Stories. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 40(2), May.

Brown, G.R. (2000). Can studying non-human primates inform us about human rape? A zoologist’s perspective. Psychology, Evolution & Gender, 2(3): 321-324.

Brown, I.I.I.R.M. (2002). The development of family violence as a field of study and contributors to family and community violence among low-income fathers. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 7(5): 499-511.

Brown, N. (2007). Stories from Outside the Frame: Intimate Partner Abuse in Sexual-minority Women’s Relationships with Transsexual Men. Feminism Psychology, 17(3): 373-393.

Browne, Angela, and Kirk R. Williams. (1993). Gender, Intimacy and Lethal Violence: Trends from 1976 through 1987. Gender & Society, 7(1), March.

Browning, Christopher R. (2002). The span of collective efficacy: Extending social disorganization theory to partner violence. Journal of Marriage and Family, Nov., Vol. 64, Iss. 4.

Brownridge, Douglas A. (2002). Cultural variation in male partner violence against women. Violence Against Women, 8, 87-115.

Brozo, William G. (2002). “I know the difference between a real man and a TV man”: A critical exploration of violence and masculinity through literature in a junior high school in the ‘hood. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, Mar, Vol. 45, Iss. 6.

Buddie, A.M., and K.A. Parks. (2003). The Role of the Bar Context and Social Behaviors on Women’s Risk for Aggression. J Interpers Violence, 18(12): 1378-1393.

Bumiller, K. (2010). The Nexus of Domestic Violence Reform and Social Science: From Instrument of Social Change to Institutionalized Surveillance. Annual Review of Law and Social Science, Volume 6, December.

Bumiller, K. (2010). The Sexual Violence Agenda in the United States: The Incompatibility of Feminist and State Interests. In Genero y Sistema Penal, Una Perspectiva Internacional (Gender and Criminal Justice: An International Perspective), Patricia Faraldo Cabana and Agustina Iglesias Skulj, eds., Comares Editorial, Universidade da Coruna, Granada, 2010, pp. 55-74.

Bumiller, Kristin. (2008). In an Abusive State: How Neoliberalism Appropriated the Feminist Movement against Sexual Violence. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

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Bush, D.M. (1992). Women’s movements and state policy reform aimed at domestic violence against women: A comparison of the consequences of movement mobilization in the U.S. and India. Gender & Society, 6(4): 587-608.

Bushman, B. J., R. D. Ridge, E. Das, C. W. Key and G. L. Busath (2007). When God Sanctions Killing: Effect of Scriptural Violence on Aggression. Psychological Science, 18(3): 204-207.

Bushman, B. J., R. D. Ridge, E. Das, C. W. Key and G. L. Busath (2007). When God Sanctions Killing: Effect of Scriptural Violence on Aggression. Psychological Science, 18(3): 204-207.

Byrne, J. M. and J. Stowell (2007). Examining the link between institutional and community violence: Toward a new cultural paradigm. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 12(5): 552-563.

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Caetano, R., J. Schafer, C.L. Clark, C.B. Cunradi, and K. Raspberry. (2000). Intimate Partner Violence, Acculturation, and Alcohol Consumption Among Hispanic Couples in the United States. J Interpers Violence, 15(1): 30-45.

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Explaining Violence: Socioeconomics and Masculinity / Alder, Christine.
Australian Violence: An International Perspective / Schneider, Hans Joachim.

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Masculinities, Violence and Communitarian Control / Braithwaite, John and Kathleen Daly.

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Children and Crime: Victims and Offenders Conference, Australian Institute of Criminology, Brisbane: 17-18 June.
Papers Include;
Boni, Nadia “Youth and serious Crime: Directions for Australasian Researchers Into the new Millenium”
Brown, Melanie and Putt, Judy “Early Intervention - Crime Prevention”.
Carmody, Tim “Project Axis”
Christie, Gayre et.al “Reducing and Preventing Violence in Schools”
Eastwood, C. et.al. “Surviving Child Sexual Abuse and the Criminal Justice system”
Grant, Anna et.al “The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children”
Hayes, Lisa et.al “The Children (Protection and Parental Responsibility) Act. (1997). (NSW): Implementation Issues”
Main, Nikki “Children’s Perpetration of Violence in early Childhood centres: Beyond Conflict”
Murray, Gwen “Victims and villains - The Same Young Person”
Niland, Carmel “Children and Victimisation - Local Responses to global Concerns”
Rigby, Ken “What Harm does bullying do?”
Sullivan, Robin “Schools and Their Response to Children as Victims of Crime”
Taylor, Betty “Domestic Homicides and Children who Witness them”

Ching-In Chen, Jai Dulani. (year?). The Revolution Starts at Home: Confronting Intimate Violence Within Activist Communities.

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Coohey, C. (2004). Battered Mothers who physically Abuse Their Children. J Interpers Violence, 19(8): 943-952.

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Cooper, L., J. Anaf, and M. Bowden (2006). Contested Concepts in Violence Against Women: ‘intimate’, ‘domestic’ or ‘torture’? Australian Social Work, 59(3): 314-327.

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.

Copenhaver, Michael M., Steve J. Lash, and Richard M. Eisler,. (2000). Masculine gender-role stress, anger, and male intimate abusiveness: Implications for men’s relationships. Sex Roles, 42, pp. 405-414.

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Costa, B. M., Kaestle, C. E., Walker, A., Curtis, A., Day, A., Toumbourou, J. W., & Miller, P. (2015). Longitudinal Predictors of Domestic Violence Perpetration and Victimization: A Systematic Review. Aggression and violent behavior, 24, 261-272.

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Coumarelos, Christine and Allen, Jacqui. (1999). Predicting Women’s Responses to Violence: The 1996 Women’s Safety Survey. Crime and Justice Bulletin, No. 47, November. Sydney: NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research

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Crawford, Mary. (1995). Miscommunication and Rape. pp. 108-127 in Talking Difference: On Gender and Language. London: Sage.

Crenshaw, K. (1995). Mapping the margins: Intersectionality, identity politics, and violence against women. In Danielsen, D. and Engle, K. (eds.) After Identity. New York: Routledge, pp. 332-54.

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Cunneen, Chris, and Julie Stubbs. (1997). Gender, Race and International Relations: Violence Against Filipino Women in Australia. Sydney, N.S.W.: The Institute of Criminology, University of Sydney, Faculty of Law
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Cunningham, Alison, and Linda Baker. (2007). Little Eyes, Little Ears: How violence against a mother shapes children as they grow. London, Canada: Centre for Children & Families in the Justice System.

Curry, Renee R. and Allison, Terry L. (eds.). (1996). States of Rage: Emotional Eruption, Violence, and Social Change. New York: New York University Press.
Introduction: Invitation to Rage / Terry L. Allison and Renee R. Curry.
1. Female Lives, Feminist Deaths: The Relationship of the Montreal Massacre to Dissociation, Incest, and Violence Against Women / Julie Brickman.
2. Violence, the Emotionally Enraged Employee, and the Workplace: Managerial Considerations / Dianne R. Layden.
3. Over His Dead Body: Female Murderers, Female Rage, and Western Culture / Vanessa Friedman.
4. Fuck Community, or Why I Support Gay-Bashing / Ian Barnard.
5. Whatup in the ‘Hood? The Rage of African-American Filmmakers / William Brigham.
6. Rage and Remembrance: The AIDS Plays / D. S. Lawson.
7. The Aesthetic Politics of Rage / Claire Kahane.
8. “All Anger and Understanding”: Kureishi, Culture, and Contemporary Constructions of Rage / Terry L. Allison and Renee R. Curry.
9. The Psychohistory of Jewish Rage and Redemption as Seen Through Its Art / Moshe Davidowitz.
10. Aborted Rage in Beth Henley’s Women / Alan Clarke Shepard.
11. My Words to Victor Frankenstein Above the Village of Chamounix: Performing Transgender Rage / Susan Stryker.
12. Class Matters: Symbolic Boundaries and Cultural Exclusion / Sharon O’Dair.
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Part I: Challenges in the Contemporary Global Policy Framework
1. Securitising Sexual Violence: Transitions from War to Peace (Anette Bringedal Houge and Inger Skjelsbæk)
2. Climate Change, The Production of Gendered Insecurity and Slow Intimate Partner Violence (Nancy A. Wonders)
3. Spacelessness, Spatiality and Intimate Partner Violence: Technology-Facilitated Abuse, Stalking and Justice (Bridget Harris)
4. Challenging Risk: The Production of Knowledge on Gendered Violence in South Africa (Floretta Boozanier)
5. Surveying the Womanscape: Objectification, Self-Objectification, and Intimate Partner Violence (Jan Jordan)
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8. Misunderstanding Risk, Migration and Ethnicity in Intimate Partner Violence (Gemma Varona)
9. ¿QUE DIRÁN? Making Sense of the Impact of Latinas’ Experiences of Intimate Partner Violence in New York City (Yolanda Oritiz-Rodríguez and Jayne Mooney)
Part III: Everyday Security and Criminal Justice Questions
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11. Considering Victim Safety When Sentencing Intimate Partner Offenders (Julia Tolmie)
12. Domestic Violence Protection Orders and Their Role in Ensuring Personal Security (Heather Douglas)
13. Negotiating Women’s Safety: The Mandatory Charging Debate (Holly Johnson and Deborah E. Conners)
14. Criminalising Private Torture as Feminist Strategy: Thinking Through the Implications (Elizabeth A. Sheehy)
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