l) When men are subject to violence

Note: This section includes references on various forms of violence experienced by men, including domestic violence. However;


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Part I: Research
2. Challenging the gendered approach to men’s violence towards women
3. "Victim cast as perpetrator": Men’s experiences of the Criminal Justice System following female-perpetrated intimate partner violence
4. "It can’t be that bad, I mean, he’s a guy": Exploring judgements towards domestic violence scenarios varying on perpetrator gender, victim gender, and abuse type
5. Distinctions in adolescent dating violence: An exploration of etiology, scope, and prevention strategies of intimate partner violence in adolescence
6. Barriers to support in LGBTQ+ populations
Part II: Practice
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8. Using research in practice: Up2U an innovative approach to tackling domestic abuse
9. Towards evidence-based treatment of female perpetrated intimate partner violence and abuse
10. Raising awareness and improving services for male victims of abuse: Reflections on a three-year development project in Scotland
11. Childhood experiences of domestic violence and adult outcomes: Where are we now: challenges, debates and interventions?
12. Conclusions and recommendations: Why change current practice?

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2. Of Rights and Men: Toward a Minoritarian Framing of Male Experience
Part II: Absent Subjects
3. Gender and Ethnic Conflict in Ex-Yugoslavia
4. Toward an International Politics of Gender
5. Effacing the Male: Gender, Misrepresentation, and Exclusion in the Kosovo War
6. Feminisms, Gender Analysis and Mass Violence: A Historiography
7. Worlding Men
Part III: Gendering Genocide
8. Pity the Innocent Men
9. The Murdered Men of Ciudad Juárez
10. Humiliation and masculine Crisis in Iraq
11. Gendercide and Genocide
12. Gender and Genocide in Rwanda
13. Problems of Gendercide
14. Why Gendercide? Why Root-and-Branch?
15. Genocide and Humanitarian Intervention: Incorporating the Gender Variable
16. Gendercidal Institutions Against Women and Girls
17. Straight as a Rule: Heteronormativity, Gendercide, and the Non-Combatant Male

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