Vol. 2 #7
Desmarias, S.L., Reeves, K.A., Nicholls, Tonia L., Telford, Robin P. and Fiebert, M.L. (2012a)
THEME: Meta-Studies on Prevalence of Male and Female IPV Prevalence of physical violence in intimate relations. Part I: Tates of male and female victimization. Partner Abuse Vol. 3 N9. 2 (2012) 140-169.
Desmarias, S.L., Reeves, K.A., Nicholls, Tonia L., Telford, Robin P. and Fiebert, M.L. (2012b),
Abstract Prevalence of physical violence in intimate relations. Part I: Tates of male and female perpetration. Partner Abuse Vol. 3 N9. 2 (2012) 170-198.
UPDATED: Fiebert, M.S. (2012).
Abstract References examining assaults by women on their spouses or male partners: an annotated bibliography.
Vol. 2 #6
THEME: Gender and IPV Screening
Gender blindness in IPV screening.
Rabin RF, Jennings JM, Campbell JC et al. (2009) http://www.nnvawi.org/pdfs/alo/campbellpubs/ipv_screening_tools.pdf
Intimate partner violence screening tools: A systematic review. Am J Prev Med Vol. 36, No. 5. 2009
MacMillan HL, Wathen CN, Jamieson E, et al.; McMaster Violence Against Women Research Group (2009)
Screening for Intimate Partner Violence in Health Care Settings: A Randomized Trial trial JAMA. 2009;302(5):493-501. doi:10.1001/jama.2009.1089 http://jama.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=184340
Ernst AA, Weiss S, Cham E, Hall L, Nick TG. (2004)
Detecting ongoing intimate partner violence in the emergency department using a simple 4-question screen: The OVAT. Violence and Victims 2004; 19: 375-384. [PubMed: 15631287].
Weiss SJ et al. (2003)
Development of a Screen for Ongoing Intimate Partner Violence. Violence and Victims 2003; 18: 131-141. http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/other/labgroup/MeasuresWeek2/Rocio2/Weiss2003.pdf
Shakil A, Donald S, Sinacore JM, Krepcho M. (2005)
Validation of the HITS domestic violence screening tool with males. Fam Med 2005;37(3):193-8. [PubMed: 15739135] http://www.stfm.org/fmhub/fm2005/march/amer193.pdf
Vol. 2 #5
THEME: Perpetrator Programs
Straus, M.A. (2011)
Gender symmetry and mutuality in perpetration of clinical-level partner violence: Empirical evidence and implications for prevention and treatment Aggression and Violent Behavior 16 (2011) 279–288
When offender treatment is the focus, the results suggest that effectiveness could be enhanced by changing treatment programs to address assaults by both partners when applicable.
Dixon, L., Archer, J. and Graham-Kevan, N. (2011)
Perpetrator programmes for partner violence: Are they based on ideology or evidence? Legal and Criminological Psychology (2011)
McCollum, E.E., & Stith, S.M. (2008).
Couples treatment for interpersonal violence: A review of outcome research literature and current clinical practices. Violence and Victims 23, 2, 187-201.
A 'one size fits all' treatment approach to IPV is not appropriate and conjoint treatment may have a place in the treatment of at least some couples. Best practices include couples treatment as part of a larger community response to IPV, careful screening of couples for inclusion in couples treatment, modification of typical conjoint approaches to promote safety and on-going assessment of safety with contingency plans for increased risk
George, T.P. (2012)
Domestic violence sentencing conditions and recidivism Olympia, WA: Washington State Center for Court Research, Administrative Office of the Courts. Grant No. 2010-BJ-CX-K005 awarded by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.
Results suggest a need to re-examine how domestic violence offenders are sentenced as well as whether current models of domestic violence treatment are effective in preventing further violence.
Vol. 2 #4
THEME: The Help Male IPV Victims Receive
Hoff, B.H. (2012)
Services excerpt - The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey and the Perils of Advocacy Research
Douglas, E.M. and Hines, D. (2011)
The Helpseeking Experiences of Men who Sustain Intimate Partner Violence: An Overlooked Population and Implications for Practice
The Legal System's Response to Domestic Violence Against Men: Findings from the National Violence Against Women Survey
Hamel, J. (2011)
In Dubious Battle: The Politics of Mandatory Arrest and Dominant Aggressor Laws
RADAR Request Reveals VAWA Usage Data by Sex from RADAR
Hines, D. and Douglas, E.M. (2011)
The Reported Availability of U.S. Domestic Violence Services to Victims Who Vary by Age, Sexual Orientation, and Gender Based on NOTE: self-reports from domestic violence programs, who state the kinds of services offered but do not specify the number or percentage of male victims served.
Rooney, M. (2010)
The Evolution of Services for Male Domestic Violence Victims at WEAVE (This is the entire issue of Partner Abuse. Skip to p. 117)
Vol. 2 #3
THEME: Politics, Policy and Research
Hoff, B.H. (2012)
The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey and the Perils of Advocacy Research
Straus, M. (2010)
Thirty years of denying the evidence on gender symmetry in partner violence: Implications for prevention and treatment.
Gelles, R.J. (2007)
The Politics of Research- The Use, Abuse, And Misuse of Social Science Data - The Case of Intimate Partner Vioilence
Straus, M. (2007)
Processes Explaining the Concealment and Distortion of Evidence on Gender Symmetry in Partner Violence
Straus, M. (2009)
Why the overwhehning evidence on partner physical violence has not been perceived and is often denied.
Golden, T. and Hoff, B.H. (2012)
Video created and narrated by Tom Golden, LCSW. Data from Hoff, B.H. (2012) Research FIndings on Intimate Partner Violence against Men Domestic Violence: We've been Getting Half the Story
Vol. 1 #1
Hoff, Bert H. (2001)
The Risk of Serious Physical Injury from Assault by a Woman Intimate: A Re-Examination of National Violence Against Women Survey Data on Type of Assault by an Intimate.
Straus, M.A. (1999)
The Controversy over Domestic Violence by Women: A Methodological, Theoretical, And Sociology Of Science Analysis
Archer, J. (2000)
Sex differences in aggression between heterosexual partners: A meta-analytic review. Psychological Bulletin Vol. 126, No. 5, 651-680
Straus, M.A. (1999)
Characteristics of the national violence against women study that might explain the low assault rate for both sexes and the even lower rate for assaults by women
Carrado, M., George, M., Loxam, E., Jones, L. and Templar, D. (1996),
Aggression in British heterosexual relationships: A descriptive analysis. Aggr. Behav., 22(6): 401-415. doi: 10.1002/(SICI)1098-2337(1996)22:6<401::AID-AB1>3.0.CO;2-K Copy sent by author George. Available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/%28SICI%291098-2337%281996%2922:6%3C401::AID-AB1%3E3.0.CO;2-K/abstract Personal correspondence from M. George published at: http://batteredmen/NVAWmgeorge.htm
Video: Video created and narrated by Tom Golden, LCSW. Data from Hoff, B. (2012) Research FIndings on Intimate Partner Violence against Men Domestic Violence: We've been Getting Half the Story ABSTRACT: This video shows how data on male victims of IPV are omitted in publicizing the results of the National Violence Against Women Survey and National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey
Video: . By Tom Golden, LCSW Bias against Men and Boys in Psychological Research ABSTRACT: This video offers an inside glimpse into the workings of several studies relevant to intimate partner violence and show how the anti-male bias plays out in the research. The first is on teen violence, the second on reproductive coercion and the third on male norms, relevant to the view that IPV is condoned by social norms.