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This paper describes "violence-supportive attitudes and beliefs" and their influence on individual and community responses to violence. The authors analyze trends that demonstrate shifts in these beliefs since 1995. According to the study: "Most Victorian women and men, regardless of their socio-economic status or cultural background, did not hold Ôviolence-supportive' attitudes on many of the measures used in the survey. Attitudes had improved on most measures since 1995." This study measured: