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Preface / Phyllis Chesler.
Introduction / Helen Grieco, Rachel Allen and Jennifer Friedlin.
Domestic Violence, What is that? One Woman’s Case and Her Fight for Justice / Karen Anderson.
Making a Mothers’ Movement / Dr. Lundy Bancroft.
Turning a Personal Battle into a Political Crusade,î an Interview with Karen Hartley-Nagle.
The Power of One in Alaska / Paige Hodson.
A Judge’s Perspective / an Interview with Sol Gothard.
Child Sexual Abuse and Child Custody Disputes / Dr. Robert Geffner, et. al.
Protective Mothers in Child Custody Disputes: A Study of Judicial Abuse / Dr. Geraldine Butts Stahly.
Toward Better Outcomes in Child Custody Disputes / Sharon Bass.
Joint Custody - A Failed Proposition for Women, Children… and Loving Fathers / Trish Wilson.
Down the Rabbit Hole: Legal Strategy in Protective Parent Cases / Kristin, Diane, and Charles Hofheimer.
Consequences of Covering the Courts / Kristin Lombardi.
The Making of ‘Small Justice: Little Justice in America’s Family Courts / Garland Waller.
What Breaking the Silence Means / an Interview with Filmmaker Dominique Lasseur.
The Protective Mothers’ Movement: An Activist’s Notes / Dr. Mo Therese Hannah.
Afterword: Activism is the Answer / Helen Grieco.
Bancroft, L., and J. Silverman. (2002). The Batterer As Parent: Addressing the impact of domestic violence on family dynamics. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA.
Bow, James N., and Paul Boxer. (2003). Assessing Allegations of Domestic Violence in Child Custody Evaluations. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, vol. 18, no. 12, pp. 1394-1410, December.
Boyd, Susan B. (2003). Child Custody, Law, and Women’s Work. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Boyd, Susan B., and C. Young. (2002). Who Influences Family Law Reform? Discourses on Motherhood and Fatherhood in Legislative Reform Debates in Canada. Studies in Law, Politics, and Society, 26: 43-75.
Boyd, Susan B., and C. Young. (2004). Feminism, Law, and Public Policy: Family Feuds and Taxing Times. Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 42(4): 545-582.
Boyd, Susan B., Helen Rhoades, and Kate Burns. (1999). The Politics of the Primary Caregiver Presumption: A Conversation. Australian Journal of Family Law, 13: 233-263.
Collier, Richard, and Sally Sheldon. (eds.). (2006). Fathers’ Rights Activism and Law Reform in Comparative Perspective. Oxford: Hart.
Crowley, Jocelyn Elise. (2003). The Politics of Child Support in America. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Diduck, Alison, and Katherine O’Donovan. (eds.). (2006). Feminist Perspectives on Family Law. London: Routledge-Cavendish.
Heiliger, Anita. (2003). Problems with Child Custody and Right of Access in Highly Controversial Cases. A Call for Decisions Enhancing the Child’s Well-Being. Diskurs, 13, 3, 62-68.
Humphreys, Cathy, and Ravi K. Thiara. (2003). Neither Justice nor Protection: Women’s Experiences of Post-Separation Violence. The Journal of Social Welfare & Family Law, 25, 3, pp. 195-214.
Johnson, Nancy E., Dennis P. Saccuzzo, and Wendy J. Koen. (2005). Child custody mediation in cases of domestic violence: empirical evidence of a failure to protect. Violence Against Women, Vol. 11, No. 8, pp. 1022-1053.
Kernic, Mary A., Daphne J. Monary-Ernsdorff, Jennifer K. Koepsell, and Victoria L. Holt. (2005). Children in the crossfire: Child custody determinations among couples with a history of intimate partner violence. Violence Against Women, Vol. 11, No. 8, August, pp. 991-1021.
Lacroix, C. (2006). Freedom, desire and power: Gender processes and presumptions of shared care and responsibility after parental separation. Women’s Studies International Forum, 29(2): 184-196.
Lemon, Nancy K.D., Peter Jaffe, and Samantha Poisson. (2002). Child Custody and Domestic Violence: A Call for Safety and Accountability. Sage.
Levin, Amy, and Linda G. Mills. (2003). Fighting for Child Custody When Domestic Violence Is at Issue: Survey of State Laws. Social Work, October, Vol.48, Iss. 4.
Morrill, Allison C., Jianya Dai, Samantha Dunn, Iyue Sung, and Kevin Smith. (2005). Child custody and visitation decisions when the father has perpetrated violence against the mother. Violence Against Women, Vol. 11, No. 8, pp. 1076-1107.
Murphy, Paul T., and Lisbeth T. Pike. (2003). The Columbus Pilot Project: Developing a Model for Cost-Outcome Analysis on Violence and Child Abuse Cases in the Family Court of Western Australia. Journal of Family Studies, 9(2), Oct., 235-247.
Neustein, Amy, and Michael Lesher. (2005). From Madness to Mutiny: Why Mothers Are Running from the Family Courts and What Can Be Done about It. Boston: Northeastern University Press.
Pruett, Marsha Kline, and Kyle D. Pruett. (eds.). (2003). Family Court Review, Special Issue: Separated and Unmarried Fathers and the Courts, July, Vol. 41 Issue 3, pp. 285-420.
Individual And Coparenting Differences Between Divorcing And Unmarried Fathers. Implications for Family Court Services / Glendessa M. Insabella, Tamra Williams, Marsha Kline Pruett.
Serving Fathers Who Leave Prison / Jessica Pearson, Lanae Davis.
Non-Child Support Expenditures On Children By Nonresidential Divorced Fathers. Results of a Study / William V. Fabricius, Sanford L. Braver.
Substance-Abusing Fathers In Family Court. Moving From Popular Stereotypes to Therapeutic Jurisprudence / Thomas J. McMahon, Francis D. Giannini.
Fatherhood: A Judicial Perspective. Unmarried Fathers and the Changing Role of the Family Court / Sharon S. Townsend.
View From The Bench / James V. Menno.
Fathers And Child Abuse Allegations In The Context Of Parental Separation And Divorce / Thea Brown.
Situated Identities Of Young, African American Fathers In Low-Income Urban Settings. Perspectives on Home, Street, and the System / Vivian L. Gadsden, Stanton E. F. Wortham, Herbert M. Turner.
Rhoades, Helen, and Susan B. Boyd. (2004). Reforming custody laws: A comparative study. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, V.18 no.2 Aug 2004: 119-146.
Smart, Carol. (2004). Equal Shares: Rights for fathers or recognition for children? Critical Social Policy, 24(4), pp. 484-503.