(ii) Longer and other pieces

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. (2018. Family, domestic and sexual violence in Australia 2018. Canberra, ACT: AIHW.

Bancroft, Lundy. (2002). Why Does He Do That?: Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men. G.P. Putnam.

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Bryson, Valerie. (1998). Male Violence, Pornography and Rape. In Feminist Debates: Issues of Theory and Political Practice. Macmillan.

Cale, J., & Lussier, P. (2016). Understanding the origins and the development of rape and sexual aggression against women: Four generations of research and theorizing. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 31: 66-81.

Cooper, Mick, and Peter Baker. (1996). Violence: The Peaceful Man. Chapter 5 in The MANual: The Complete Man’s Guide to Life. London: Thorsons.

DeKeseredy, W. (2011). Violence against women: Myths, facts, controversies. University of Toronto Press, Toronto.

DeKeseredy, W. S. (2011). Feminist contributions to understanding woman abuse: Myths, controversies, and realities. Aggression and Violent Behavior 16(4): 297-302.

Easteal, Patricia. (1994). Voices of the Survivors. North Melbourne: Spinifex Press.

Eigenberg, Helen M., (ed.). (2001). Women Battering in the United States. Prospect Heights, Il.: Waveland Press.
1. “Night to His Day”: The Social Construction of Gender (Judith Lorber)
2. A Letter from a Battered Wife (Del Martin)
3. Minority Women and Domestic Violence: The Unique Dilemmas of Battered Women of Color (Christine E. Rasche)
4. Effects of the Redesign on Victimization Estimates (Charles Kindermann, James Lynch, and David Cantor)
5. Societal Change and Change in Family Violence from 1975 to 1985 as Revealed by Two National Surveys (Murray A. Straus and Richard J. Gelles)
6. Violence against Women in the Family: What Causes Violence against Women in the Home (The United Nations)
7. The Causes of Domestic Violence: From Theory to Intervention (Kerry Healey, Christine Smith, and Chris O’Sullivan)
8. Voices of Strength and Resistance: A Contextual and Longitudinal Analysis of Women’s Responses to Battering (Jacquelyn Campbell, Linda Rose, Joan Kub, and Daphne Nedd)
9. The Decontextualization of Domestic Violence (Lisa G. Lerman)
10. When the Batterer Wears Blue: A National Study of the Institutional Response to Domestic Violence among Police (Helen M. Eigenberg and Victor E. Kappeler)
11. Contributory Factors Affecting Arrest in Domestic and Non-Domestic Assaults (Helen M. Eigenberg, Kathryn E. Scarborough, and Victor E. Kappeler)
12. To Go or Not to Go?: Preliminary Findings on Battered Women’s Decisions Regarding Court Cases (Joanne Belknap, Ruth E. Fleury, Heather C. Melton, Cris M. Sullivan, and Amy Leisenring)
13. A Community Checklist: Important Steps to End Violence against Women (Advisory Council on Violence against Women)
14. Write Out a Safety Plan.

European Commission. (2010). Factors at play in the perpetration of violence against women, violence against children and sexual orientation violence: A multi-level interactive model.

Flood, M. (2007). Background document for Preventing Violence Before It Occurs: A framework and background paper to guide the primary prevention of violence against women in Victoria. Melbourne: Victorian Health Promotion Foundation, Unpublished. URL: http://www.xyonline.net/content/review-determinants-mens-intimate-partner-violence-against-women-and-its-prevention-2007

Fulu, Emma, and Lori L. Heise. (2014). What works to prevent violence against women and girls evidence reviews – Paper 1: State of the field of research on violence against women and girls. Pretoria, South Africa: Medical Research Council.

Funk, Rus Ervin. (1993). Stopping Rape: A Challenge for Men. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.

Garcia-Moreno, C., & Amin, A. (2019). Violence against women: where are we 25 years after ICPD and where do we need to go? Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters, 27(1), 1-3. doi:10.1080/26410397.2019.1676533

Gidycz, C. A., & Kelley, E. L. (2016). Rape and Sexual Assault Victimization. In C. A. Cuevas & C. M. Rennison (Eds.), The Wiley Handbook on the Psychology of Violence (pp. 457-481). West Sussex, UK: John Wiley & Sons.

Harne, L., and J. Radford. (2008). Tackling domestic violence: theories, policies and practice: theories, policies and practice. McGraw-Hill Education (UK).

Heberle, Renée J., and Victoria Grace. (eds.). (2009). Theorizing Sexual Violence.
Foreword. Joanna Bourke.
Introduction: Theorizing Sexual Violence: Subjectivity and Politics in Late Modernity / Renée J. Heberle and Victoria Grace.
1. Sexual Violence and Objectification / Ann J. Cahill.
2. Gendered Violence and Sacrificial Logics: Psychoanalytic Reflections / Victoria Grace.
3. ‘Reality Check’: Rethinking the Ethics of Vulnerability / Ann V. Murphy.
4. Of Shards, Subjectivities, and the Refusal to ‘Heal’: Refiguring the Damage of Incest / Melanie Boyd.
5. Fighting Rape / Nicola Gavey.
6. Rethinking the Social Contract: Masochism and Masculinist Violence / Renée J. Heberle.
7. Feminist Interrogations of Democracy, Sexual Violence, and the U.S. Military / Meghana Nayak.
8. Feminism, International Law, and the Spectacular Violence of the ‘Other’: Decolonizing the Laws of War / Elizabeth Philipose.

Heise, L., M. Ellsberg, and M. Gottemoeller. (1999). Ending violence against women. Population Reports, Series L, Number 11, 1-43.

Heise, Lori L. (1995). Violence, Sexuality, and Women’s Lives. In Parker, Richard G. and Gagnon, John H. (eds.). Conceiving Sexuality: Approaches to Sex Research in a Postmodern World. New York & London: Routledge.

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Jewkes, Rachel (2012). Rape Perpetration: A review. Pretoria: Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI).

Kaufman, Michael. (1987). The Construction of Masculinity and the Triad of Men’s Violence. In Kaufman, Michael. (ed.). Beyond Patriarchy: Essays by Men on Pleasure, Power and Change. New York: Oxford University Press.

Lawson, Jennifer. (2012). Sociological theories of intimate partner violence. Journal of Human Behaviour in the Social Environment, 22(5), pp 572-590.

Maynard, Mary, and Jan Winn. (1997). Women, Violence and Male Power. Pp. 175-197 in Introducing Women’s Studies: Feminist Theory and Practice. (2nd edition) Edited by Diane Richardson and Victoria Robinson. Macmillan.

Maynard, Mary. (1993). Violence Towards Women. In Richardson, Diane and Victoria Robinson. (eds.). Thinking Feminist: Key Concepts in Women’s Studies. New York: Guilford Press.

McCauley, H. L., Campbell, R., Buchanan, N. T., & Moylan, C. A. (2019). Advancing Theory, Methods, and Dissemination in Sexual Violence Research to Build a More Equitable Future: An Intersectional, Community-Engaged Approach. Violence Against Women, 25(16), 1906-1931. doi:10.1177/1077801219875823

McKie, Linda. (2005). Families, Violence and Social Change. McGraw Hill.
Part one: Families, violence and society
Your family, my family, their family
Identifying and explaining violence in families
Families: Fusion and fission
Part two: Gender, age and violence
Embodiment, gender and violence
The ambiguities of elder abuse: Older women and domestic violence
Part three: Towards a critical theory
Unpalatable truths: Recognizing and challenging myths
A critical social theory of families, violence and social change

McPhail, B. A. (2016). Feminist Framework Plus: Knitting Feminist Theories of Rape Etiology into a Comprehensive Model. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 17(3), 314-329.

Meyer, S., and A. Frost (2019). Domestic and Family Violence: A critical introduction to knowledge and practice. London & New York: Routledge.

Parrot, Andrea, and Nina Cummings. (2006). Forsaken Females: The Global Brutalization of Women. Rowman & Littlefield.
Perspectives on violence against women: Historical, methodological and theoretical.
The sociopolitical conditions that predispose women to violence.
Female Genital Cutting: Clitoridectomy, female circumcision, female genital mutilation, or rite of passage.
Sexual Violence.
Sexual slavery.
Intimate partner violence.
Honor Killing.
The impact of violence on women.
Working toward a world without violence against women.

Penn, M.L., and R. Nardos. (2003). Overcoming Violence Against Women and Girls: The International Campaign to Eradicate a Worldwide Problem. Oxford: Rowman and Littlefield.
Introduction The Globalization of the Effort to Eradicate Gender-Based Violence
1. Confronting Structural Violence against Women and Girls: The Principle and Practice of Gender Equality
2. Sexual Violence against Women and Girls
3. Physical Abuse
4. Culture, Traditional Practices, and Gender-Based Violence
Chapter 5: The Role Of Education
6 The Authenticity Project
7 The Development of Emotional Competence
8 The Role of Men in Eradicating Gender-Based Violence
9 Why Have Hope? Some Final Reflections on the Global Campaign to Eradicate Gender-Based Violence
Appendix A Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women
Appendix B Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women
Appendix C Draft Convention against Sexual Exploitation (January 1994)
Appendix D Summary of the Global Platform for Action and the Beijing Declaration
Appendix E Mission Statement for the Authenticity Project.

Price, J. (2012). Hidden brutality in the lives of women. New York: State University of New York.

Raphael, J., Rennison, C. M., & Jones, N. (2019). Twenty-Five Years of Research and Advocacy on Violence Against Women: What Have We Accomplished, and Where Do We Go From Here? A Conversation. Violence Against Women, 25(16), 2024-2046. doi:10.1177/1077801219875822

Resko, S. (2014). Intimate partner violence against women: exploring intersections of race, class and gender. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

Riedel, M., and W. Welsh. (2002). Criminal Violence: Patterns, causes, and prevention. Los Angeles: Roxbury.

Russo, N. F., and A. Pirlott. (2006). Gender-based violence: Concepts, methods, and findings. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences: Violence and Exploitation Against Women and Girls, 1087, 178-205

Stirling, Mary Lou, Catherine Ann Cameron, Nancy Nason-Clark, and Baujke Miedema. (eds.). (2004). Understanding Abuse: Partnering for Change. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.

Webster, Kim, and Michael Flood. (2015). Framework foundations 1: A review of the evidence on correlates of violence against women and what works to prevent it. Companion document to Our Watch, Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) and VicHealth, Change the Story: A shared framework for the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia, Our Watch, Melbourne.

Wendt, Sarah, and Lana Zannettino. (2015). Domestic Violence in Diverse Contexts: A Re-examination of Gender. London and New York: Routledge.

World Health Organization / London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. (2010). Preventing Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Against Women: Taking action and generating evidence. Geneva: World Health Organization.

World Health Organization. (2002). World Report on Violence and Health. Geneva: World Health Organization.

World Health Organization. (2004). Preventing Violence: A guide to implementing the recommendations of the World report on violence and health. Geneva: World Health Organization.

World Health Organization. (2009). Violence Prevention: The evidence. Geneva: World Health Organization (Seven briefings).

World Health Organization / London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. (2010). Preventing Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Against Women: Taking action and generating evidence. Geneva: World Health Organization

Yakubovich, A. R., Stöckl, H., Murray, J., Melendez-Torres, G. J., Steinert, J. I., Glavin, C. E. Y., & Humphreys, D. K. (2018). Risk and Protective Factors for Intimate Partner Violence against Women: Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses of Prospective–Longitudinal Studies. American Journal of Public Health, e1-e11.