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Male peer support and a feminist routing activities theory: Understanding sexual assault on the college campus
Routine activities theorists traditionally have assumed offenders' motivation and victims' suitability from demographic correlates, and have done little to study effective guardianship. In this paper
The incidence and prevalence of woman abuse in Canadian university and college dating relationships
This paper presents incidence and prevalence data gathered from the first Canadian national representative sample survey on the sexual, physical, and psychological victimization of women in
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The Role of Profeminist Men in Dealing With Woman Abuse on the Canadian College Campus
The authors suggest ways in which profeminist men can begin to tilt the balance against male aggression, which can include shaming or working with bullies or those who are abusive, protesting pornography, and involving oneself with education programs and/or support groups.
Male Peer Support and Violence against Women: The History and Verification of a Theory
In 1988, Walter S. DeKeseredy announced Male Peer Support (MPS) Theory, which popularized the notion that certain all-male peer groups encourage, justify, and support the abuse of women. In 1993,
Perceived collective efficacy and women's victimization in public housing
Although it has not yet been applied to domestic violence and other types of crime in Canadian public housing, the social disorganization/collective efficacy model described in this article may help
Male peer support and woman abuse: An expansion of Dekeseredy's model
Although all‐male friendship networks may have an important effect in motivating some men to physically, sexually, and psychologically harm female intimates, particularly in dating relationships, the
Measuring the Extent of Woman Abuse in Intimate Heterosexual Relationships: A Critique of the Conflict Tactics Scales
Large-scale survey data have played an important role in sensitizing the media, government officials, and members of the general public to the shocking extent of woman abuse in intimate, heterosexual
Male Peer Support and Woman Abuse: The Current State of Knowledge
Abstract This paper reviews the current empirical literature on the relationship between male peer support and woman abuse in intimate, heterosexual relationships. Suggestions for future quantitative