This category is for sites dealing with social and political issues and controversy about or for men and violence. Included is the often overlooked problem of violence against men in domestic situations.
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Family Research Laboratory
The Family Research Laboratory (FRL) is an independent research unit devoted to the study of family problems. It is one of the few tertiary institutions that investigates Domestic Violence in an unbiased manner -- unintimidated by the dark forces of Political Correctness.
MALE (Men's Advice Line & Enquiries)
Offers advice and support for men in abusive relationships, both those experiencing violence and abuse from partners, and concerned about their own violence towards partners. Information about services, research work, and their helpline. [Devon, UK]
Men Stopping Violence
MSV is an organization dedicated to ending violence against women. Their focus is to stop battering, and to work toward ending rape and incest.
Describes abused men as hidden victims who have few resources. Provides annotated links and Yahoo club from a Biblical point of view.
Stop Abuse For Everyone
Help for individuals in domestic violence situations, especially under-represented populations. Features brochures, resource lists, speakers, online support.
Review of When She Was Bad
Patricia Pearson, (1997) When She Was Bad: Violent Women and the Myth of Innocence, New York: Viking. Book review copyright 1997 by Robert F. Grantier. (February 10, 1998)
Review of The Battered Woman
Book review by Robert Sheaffer. (January 01, 1996)
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