Note also see sections of the Men’s Bibliography on violence against women in the military or the contexts of war and militarism, general references on gender, war, and militarism, men, masculinity, war and militarism, and so on. See here.
Adelman, M. (2003). The Military, Militarism, and the Militarization of Domestic Violence. Violence Against Women, 9(9): 1118-1152.
Christian, Chad R. (2013). Applying Principles of Counterinsurgency to the Fight Against Sexual Assault in the Military. Military Review, November-December: 67-74. Retrieved from http://usacac.army.mil/CAC2/MilitaryReview/Archives/English/MilitaryReview_20131231_art012.pdf, January 1, 2016.
Asgary, R., Emery, E., & Wong, M. (2013). Systematic review of prevention and management strategies for the consequences of gender-based violence in refugee settings. International Health, 5(2), 85-91.
Department of Defence. (2012). Pathway to Change: Evolving Defence Culture – A Strategy for Cultural Change and Reinforcement. Canberra, A.C.T. : Department of Defence.
Foubert, J.D., and R.C. Masin (2012). Effects of the Men’s Program on U.S. Army soldiers’ intentions to commit and willingness to intervene to prevent rape: a pretest posttest study. Violence and Victims, 27(6): 911-21.
Gedney, C. R., Wood, D. S., Lundahl, B., & Butters, R. P. (2015). Sexual Assault Prevention Efforts in the US Air Force: A Systematic Review and Content Analysis. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 0886260515608801.
Holland, K. J., Rabelo, V. C., & Cortina, L. M. (2014). Sexual Assault Training in the Military: Evaluating Efforts to End the “Invisible War”. American Journal of Community Psychology, 54(3-4), 289-303.
Kanuha, V.K., P. Erwin, and E. Pence. (2004). Strange Bedfellows: Feminist Advocates and U.S. Marines Working to End Violence. Affilia, 19(4): 358-375.
Kelley, ML, Schwerin MJ, Farrar KL, and Lane ME. (2005). An evaluation of a sexual assault prevention and advocacy program for U.S. Navy personnel. Military Medicine, 170(4): 320-326.
Marsh, M., Purdin, S., & Navani, S. (2006). Addressing sexual violence in humanitarian emergencies. Global Public Health, 1(2), 133-146.
Orme, C.W. (2011). Beyond Compliance: Professionalism, Trust and Capability in the Australian Profession of arms: Report of the ADF Personal Conduct Review. Canberra, A.C.T. : Department of Defence.
Urben, Heidi A. (2014). Extending SHARP [Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention] Best Practices: Does a Dearth of Published Lessons Learned Reflect Disinterest in the Ranks? Military Review, 92(2): 29-32.
Potter, S. J., and M.M. Moynihan. (2011). Bringing in the bystander to U.S. Military installation: Results from a pilot study. Military Medicine, 176: 870-875.
Potter, S. J., and J.G. Stapleton. (2012). Translating sexual assault prevention from a college campus to a United States military installation: piloting the know-your-power bystander social marketing campaign. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 27(8): 1593-621.
Rau, T. J., Merrill, L. L., McWhorter, S. K., Stander, V. A., Thomsen, C. J., Dyslin, C. W., Crouch, J. L., Rabenhorst, M. M. & Milner, J. S. (2011). Evaluation of a sexual assault education/prevention program for female US Navy personnel. Military Medicine, 176(10), 1178-1183.
Rau, T. J., Merrill, L. L., McWhorter, S. K., Stander, V. A., Thomsen, C. J., Dyslin, C. W., Crouch, J. L., Rabenhorst, M. M. & Milner, J. S. (2010) Evaluation of A Sexual Assault Education/Prevention Program for Male US Navy Personnel. Military Medicine, 175(6): 429-434.
Spangaro, J., Adogu, C., Zwi, A.B., Ranmuthugala, G., & Davies, G.P. (2015). Mechanisms underpinning interventions to reduce sexual violence in armed conflict: A realist-informed systematic review. Conflict and Health, 9(1): 1-14.