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  • General Material
December 1999

Population Reports: Ending Violence Against Women

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This publication discusses gender-based violence from a feminist-based, ecological perspective. It examines the dynamics of abuse, cultural context, impact on women's health & how health care providers can contribute to social change efforts.
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  • General Material
December 1999

Beyond Victim Blaming: Feminist Therapy and Battered Women

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This article describes feminist therapy as "a supportive process that emphasizes self-determination, equality and respect, and encompasses socio-cultural explanations for intimate violence."
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  • General Material
October 1999

Investing in Girls: A 21st Century Strategy

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This document is comprised of several articles on issues related to girls in the juvenile justice system including ways 'at-risk' girls continue to be misunderstood and underserved.
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  • General Material
October 1999

The Seven P’s of Men’s Violence

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This article describes the components that make up and contribute to men’s violence. Patriarchy, Privilege, Permission, and Pressure, among others, comprise this description of men’s violence, hierarchies, and social constructions.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • General Material
April 1999

The Link

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This newsletter looks at the history, realities, and possible futures of the domestic violence movement.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • General Material
April 1999

Evaluations of Advocacy Efforts to End Intimate Male Violence Against Women

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This document discusses four evaluations of community advocacy efforts and identifies the need for both individual and systems-focused advocacy in order to create an effective and comprehensive community response to battered women.
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  • General Material
January 1998

Rape as a Men's Issue

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This one-page information sheet provides a brief over-view of the many reasons why men should become involved in anti-sexual violence work.
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  • General Material
January 1996

The Battered Women's Movement: A Brief Overview

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Page 73 from Domestic Violence: A Public Health Education and Resource Guide, this document provides a brief overview of the battered women's movement in the United States.
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  • General Material
January 1996

Including Race in Feminist Theory

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This article discusses feminist theory and practice as it relates to race. Describes the interlocking nature of oppression - incorporating race, gender, and class to develop a fuller understanding of discrimination.
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  • General Material
January 1993

Outside In: A Man in the Movement

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Over the past 3 decades the role of men in the anti-sexual violence movement has been a source of debate. This article shares experiences of one of the first men to be employed at rape crisis center and its effect on his worldview.
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  • General Material
January 1992

The Men's Movement of Choice

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This commentary offers one woman’s response to men in the movement to end domestic violence.
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  • General Material
January 1986

Making Social Change: The Dynamics of Education, Action and Reflection

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Excerpt: "A radical transformation of the culture will be accomplished by creating new visions: visions of hope, not despair; visions of strength through unity, not power through domination... The role of education and action within the battered women's movement is crucial to the continuous development of a nonviolent world."