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Note: Also see the section above on “Fathers’ rights”, as there is considerable overlap between men’s rights and fathers’ rights groups.

 

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Dragiewicz, Molly. (2011). Equality with a Vengeance: Men’s Rights Groups, Battered Women, and Antifeminist Backlash. Northeastern University Press.
INTRODUCTION
Backlash
My Position as a Scholar
Chapter Outline
KEY CONTEXTS
Terminology
Research
Policy
Antifeminist “Men’s Rights” and “Fathers’ Rights” Groups
The Social Ecology of Woman Abuse
BOOTH V. HVASS
Booth v. Hvass

Why Equal Protection Arguments Matter
The Equal Protection Claim
Claims and Evidence
The
Defense Response
POPULAR DISCOURSES
Antifeminist Discourses on Woman Abuse
BATTERER NARRATIVES
Denial
Minimization
Excuse
Justification
Patriarchy in Batterer Narratives
Learning from the Narratives of Men Who Batter Women
SEX DIFFERENCES
The Booth Plaintiffs’ Sources
Research Demonstrating Sex Differences in Violence against Intimates
Homicide
Separation Assault
Stalking
Sexual Assault
Sublethal Injury
Implications of Sex Differences in Violence against Intimates
GENDER AND PATRIARCHY
Gender
Patriarchy
Patriarchy, Gender, and Violence across the Social Ecology
Cultural Factors
Community Factors •
Interpersonal Factors
Change over Time (Chronosystem)
Interaction of Multiple Factors (Mesosystem)
Scholarly Evidence of Patriarchal Peer Support of Violence against Women
CONCLUSION
Directions for Future Research
Policy Recommendations
Notes
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