Abused Husbands

@article{Migliaccio2002AbusedH,
  title={Abused Husbands},
  author={Todd A. Migliaccio},
  journal={Journal of Family Issues},
  year={2002},
  volume={23},
  pages={26 - 52}
}
Husband abuse has been and continues to be a topic of controversy within the field of family violence. Although arguments persist over methodology, prevalence, and ideology, this study analyzes the narratives of 12 men who claimed to have been abused by their partners and compares their stories to the narratives and findings of past studies of wife abuse. In so doing, this study identifies that the accounts of the relationships of battered men and women follow similar patterns, including the… 

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