i) Recent overviews and discussions

Arias, E., Arce, R., & Vilariño, M. (2013). Batterer intervention programmes: A meta-analytic review of effectiveness. Psychosocial intervention, 22(2), 153-160.

Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety. (2019). Men’s behaviour change programs: Measuring outcomes and improving program quality: Key findings and future directions. Sydney, NSW: ANROWS.

Centre for Innovative Justice. (2015). Opportunities for early intervention: Bringing perpetrators of family violence into view. Melbourne: RMIT.

Cismaru M., and A.M. Lavack. (2011). Campaigns targeting perpetrators of intimate partner violence. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 12(4): 183-197.

Day, A., Vlais, R., Chung, D., & Green, D. (2018). Standards of practice in domestic and family violence behaviour change programs in Australia and New Zealand. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy. DOI:10.1002/anzf.1332.

Day, A., Vlais, R., Chung, D., & Green, D. J. (2019). Evaluation readiness, program quality and outcomes in men’s behaviour change programs. Sydney, NSW: ANROWS.

Devaney, J., & Lazenbatt, A. (2016). Domestic violence perpetrators: Evidence-informed responses. Oxon, UK: Routledge.

Edleson, J.L. (2012). Groupwork with men who batter: what the research literature indicates. VAWnet.org, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, USA.

EU Daphne III project. (2014). Evaluation of European Perpetrator Programs. IMPACT.

Gondolf, E. W. (2011). The weak evidence for batterer program alternatives. Aggression and Violent Behavior 16(4): 347-353.

Gondolf, E.W. (2015). Gender-based perspectives on batterer programs: Program leaders on history, approach, research, and development. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Gottzén, Lucas, Margunn Bjørnholt, and Floretta Boonzaier. (eds.) (2020, forthcoming). Men, Masculinities and Intimate Partner Violence. London/New York: Routledge. Includes;Considering ‘Treatment’ and Gender in Programmes for Intimate Partner Violence Perpetrators / Marianne Hester and Chris Newman;
Positioning as a Tool in Work with Fathers Who Have Been Violent in the Family / Helena Päivinen, Heli Siltala and Juha Holma;
Re-Envisioning Interventions for Partner Violent Men in the Global South Through Decolonial Feminist Praxes / Taryn Van Niekerk;
Rethinking Masculinities, Culture and Interventions with Partner-violent Men in Brazil / Adriano BeirasGrealy, Claire, and Alison Wallace. (2011). Literature Review and Roundtable Discussion on Domestic Violence Perpetrators – Final Literature Review. Sydney: Urbis.

Kelly, L. & Westmarland. N. (2014). New approaches to assessing effectiveness and outcomes of domestic violence perpetrator programs. In H. Johnson, B.S. Fisher, & V. Jaquier, (Eds.), Critical Issues on Violence Against Women: International Perspectives and Promising Strategies (Global Issues in Crime and Justice), (pp. 183-194). Oxford: Routledge.

Kelly, L. and Westmarland, N. (2015) Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes: Steps Towards Change. Executive Summary. London and Durham: London Metropolitan University and Durham University.

Kelly, L. and Westmarland, N. (2015) Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes: Steps Towards Change. Project Mirabal Final Report. London and Durham: London Metropolitan University and Durham University.

Kelly, L. and Westmarland, N. (2016) Naming and Defining ‘Domestic Violence’: Lessons from Research with Violent Men. Feminist Review 112 (1): 113-127.

Kelly, Liz, and Westmarland, Nicole (2015). New approaches to assessing effectiveness and outcomes of domestic violence perpetrator programmes. In Critical Issues on Violence Against Women. Johnson, H., Fisher, B.S. & Jaquier, V. Routledge. 183-194.

Mackay, E., Beecham, D., Gibson, A., & Lam, H. (2015). Perpetrator interventions in Australia: Part two – Perpetrator pathways and mapping. State of knowledge paper. ANROWS Landscapes, PP01/2015 (part 2).

Mackay, E., Gibson, A., Lam, H., & Beecham, D. (2015). Perpetrator interventions in Australia: Part one – literature review. State of knowledge paper. ANROWS Landscapes, PP01/2015 (part 1).

Mackay, E., Gibson, A., Lam, H., & Beecham, D. (2015). Perpetrator interventions in Australia: Key findings and future directions. ANROWS Compass, PP01/2015.

McCartan, K., & Gotch, K. (2020). International Approaches to the Management of Perpetrators of Sexual Harm Policy: Preventative, Practical, or Political? The Wiley Handbook of What Works with Sexual Offenders: Contemporary Perspectives in Theory, Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention, 441-454.

McOrmond-Plummer, Louise, Jennifer Y. Levy-Peck, and Patricia Easteal. (eds.) (2017). Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Prevention, Recognition, and Intervention. Routledge.
Foreword - Evan Stark
Part 1: Moving the Focus to Perpetrators and their Impact
1. Introduction: Why a Focus on Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence is Essential / Louise McOrmond-Plummer, Patricia Easteal AM, and Jennifer Y. Levy-Peck
2. Talking to Killers: What Can They Tell Us About Sexual Assault as a Risk Factor for Homicide? / David Adams
3. Children’ Exposure to Intimate Partner Sexual Violence / Kathryn Ford
Part 2: Who Are the Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence?
4. The Mindset of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence Perpetrators: Motivations and Myths / Patricia Easteal AM and Louise McOrmond-Plummer
5. Intimate Partner Sexual Violence Perpetrators and Entitlement / Debra Parkinson
6. Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence: Characteristics, Motivations, and Implications for Assessment and Intervention / Joseph A. Camilleri and Melissa M. Miele
7. What Type of Men Sexually Assault Their Partners, and Why Do Women Love Them? Beyond Stereotyping / Louise McOrmond-Plummer
Part 3: Perpetrators’ Strategies for Control
8. What Intimate Partner Sexual Violence Looks Like: Coercive Methods of Perpetrators / Louise McOrmond-Plummer
9. "But He Didn’t Hit Me" / Living with a Non-Physical-Battering Sexual Abuser / Lindsey Mason
10. Lucky to Be Alive: A Battering Partner Rapist / Louise McOrmond-Plummer
11. Perpetrators and Reproductive Coercion / Jennifer Y. Levy-Peck
Part 4: How Perpetrators are Condoned: The Social Context of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence
12. The Role of Male Peer Support in Intimate Partner Sexual Violence Perpetrators’ Offending / Walter S. DeKeseredy
13. The Role of Adult Pornography in Intimate Partner Sexual Violence Perpetrators’ Offending / Walter S. DeKeseredy and Rus Ervin Funk
14. The Court’ Response to Intimate Partner Sexual Violence Perpetrators / Anna Carline and Patricia Easteal AM
15. Intimate Partner Sexual Violence and Family Law / Angela Lynch, Janet Loughman, and "Eleanor," with commentary by Thomas P. Alongi
16. When Intimate Partner Sexual Violence Intersects with Faith Traditions and Practices / Marie M. Fortune
Part 5: Community Prevention and Intervention with Perpetrators
17. Addressing and Combatting Intimate Partner Sexual Violence / Rus Ervin Funk and Lundy Bancroft
18. Intimate Partner Sexual Violence and Perpetrator Programs: Project Mirabal Research Findings / Nicole Westmarland and Liz Kelly
19. Law Enforcement Response to Intimate Partner Sexual Violence Perpetrators / Mike Davis
20. Intimate Partner Sexual Violence Prevention with Young People / Kat Monusky and Jennifer Y. Levy-Peck
21. Preventing Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment with Young People: A One-Year Follow-up on the Shifting Boundaries Intervention / Bruce G. Taylor, Elizabeth A. Mumford, Weiwei Liu, and Nan D. Stein
22. Conclusion: A Fresh Approach to Prevention, Identification, and Accountability of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence Perpetrators / Jennifer Y. Levy-Peck, Patricia Easteal AM, and Louise McOrmond-Plummer

Miller, M., E. Drake, and M. Nafziger. (2013). What works to reduce recidivism by domestic violence offenders? Washington State Institute for Public Policy, US.

O’Connor, A., Morris, H., Panayiotidis, A., Cooke, V., & Skouteris, H. (2020). Rapid Review of Men’s Behavior Change Programs. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 1524838020906527.

Santirso, F. A., Gilchrist, G., Lila, M., & Gracia, E. (2020). Motivational strategies in interventions for intimate partner violence offenders: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Intervención Psicosocial, 29(3), 175-190. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.5093/pi2020a13

Tabachnick, J., McCartan, K., & Panaro, R. (2016). Changing course: From a victim/offender duality to a public health perspective. In Treatment of Sex Offenders (pp. 323-342): Springer.

Taylor, Alice, and Gary Barker. (2013). Programs for Men who Have Used Violence Against Women: Recommendations for Action and Caution. MenEngage, Promundo, Rutgers WPF and MenCare+.

Ugwudike, P., Graham, H., McNeill, F., Raynor P., Taxman, F., & Trotter, C. (eds.) (2019) The Routledge Companion to Rehabilitative Work in Criminal Justice, London: Routledge.

Vlais, R., Ridley, S., Green, D., & Chung, D. (2017). Family and domestic violence perpetrator programs: Issues paper of current and emerging trends, developments and expectations. Perth, WA: Stopping Family Violence Inc.

Vlais, Rodney. (2014). Ten challenges and opportunities for domestic violence perpetrator program work. Melbourne: No To Violence Male Family Violence Prevention Association.

White, R., & Graham, H. (2010) Working with Offenders: A Guide to Concepts and Practices London: Routledge

Wojnicka, K., Scambor, C., & Kraus, H. (2016). New pathways in the evaluation of programmes for men who perpetrate violence against their female partners. Evaluation and program planning, 57: 39-47.