Note: This section includes references on various forms of violence experienced by men, including domestic violence. However, see elsewhere for references specifically on men’s experience of sexual assault, homophobia hate violence, or violence by other men e.g. in public settings. See the section “Intimate Partner Violence and Gender” for debates regarding gender and domestic violence or intimate partner violence. See the section “When Women are Violent” for references specifically on women’s use of violence, including violence to men. See the section “Male/Male Violence” for references on men’s violence to other men particularly in public settings, as opposed to domestic violence. See “Measuring Violence” for debates over method.
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Part I: The Home Front
1. The Globe and Males: The Other Side of Gender Bias in Canada’s National Newspaper
2. Of Rights and Men: Toward a Minoritarian Framing of Male Experience
Part II: Absent Subjects
3. Gender and Ethnic Conflict in Ex-Yugoslavia
4. Toward an International Politics of Gender
5. Effacing the Male: Gender, Misrepresentation, and Exclusion in the Kosovo War
6. Feminisms, Gender Analysis and Mass Violence: A Historiography
7. Worlding Men
Part III: Gendering Genocide
8. Pity the Innocent Men
9. The Murdered Men of Ciudad Juárez
10. Humiliation and masculine Crisis in Iraq
11. Gendercide and Genocide
12. Gender and Genocide in Rwanda
13. Problems of Gendercide
14. Why Gendercide? Why Root-and-Branch?
15. Genocide and Humanitarian Intervention: Incorporating the Gender Variable
16. Gendercidal Institutions Against Women and Girls
17. Straight as a Rule: Heteronormativity, Gendercide, and the Non-Combatant Male
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