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Aggression and Violent Behavior. (2011). Special issue: Current Controversies on the Role of Gender in Partner Violence. Volume 16, Issue 4 (July-August).
Gender, intimate relationships and violence (277-278) / Zeev Winstok, Zvi Eisikovits.
Gender symmetry and mutuality in perpetration of clinical-level partner violence: Empirical evidence and implications for prevention and treatment (279-288) / Murray A. Straus.
Gender and types of intimate partner violence: A response to an anti-feminist literature review (289-296) / Michael P. Johnson.
Feminist contributions to understanding woman abuse: Myths, controversies, and realities (297-302) / Walter S. DeKeseredy.
The paradigmatic cleavage on gender differences in partner violence perpetration and victimization (303-311) / Zeev Winstok.
Conjoint treatment of couples who have experienced intimate partner violence (312-318) / Sandra M. Stith, Eric E. McCollum.
Controversies in divorce mediation and intimate partner violence: A focus on the children (319-324) / Amy Holtzworth-Munroe.
Abused women who abuse their children: A critical review of the literature (325-330) / Einat Peled.
Contextualizing interventions with battered women in collectivist societies: Issues and controversies (331-339) / Muhammad M. Haj-Yahia.
From dichotomy to continua: Towards a transformation of gender roles and intervention goals in partner violence (340-346) / Zvi Eisikovits, Benjamin Bailey.
The weak evidence for batterer program alternatives (347-353) / Edward W. Gondolf.
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Johnson, M. P. (2011). Gender and types of intimate partner violence: A response to an anti-feminist literature review. Aggression and Violent Behavior 16(4): 289-296.
Kimmel, Michael S. (2002). ‘Gender Symmetry’ in Domestic Violence: A Substantive and Methodological Research Review. Violence Against Women, 8(11): 132-163.
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Stith, S. M., and E. E. McCollum (2011). Conjoint treatment of couples who have experienced intimate partner violence. Aggression and Violent Behavior 16(4): 312-318.
Straus, M. A. (2011). Gender symmetry and mutuality in perpetration of clinical-level partner violence: Empirical evidence and implications for prevention and treatment. Aggression and Violent Behavior 16(4): 279-288.
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Winstok, Z. (2011). The paradigmatic cleavage on gender differences in partner violence perpetration and victimization. Aggression and Violent Behavior 16(4): 303-311.
Winstok, Z., and Z. Eisikovits (2011). Gender, intimate relationships and violence. Aggression and Violent Behavior 16(4): 277-278.