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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 
(posted to Usenet around the FIRST day of each month). 
by Peter D. Zohrab 
As creator of the Usenet Newsgroup alt.mens-rights, I'm providing an
FAQ, divided up into 5 parts for practical reasons, containing: 
1) A specimen, condensed Men's Rights manifesto; 
and 2) A Men's Rights Resource-List (in 5 parts). 

compiled, and continuously revised, 
by Peter D. Zohrab 
around the 1st day of each month) 

Contents of FAQ Part 5: Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Rape

 Child Abuse

Virtual and Actual Organisations

	Abuse of children...The 	other part of the story 
	Charging 	Women for Sexual Abuse

	Child-Abuse by Relationship 	to Perpetrator

	Child-Abuse 	Statistics

	Child Abuse 	-- the Respective Roles of the Genders

	Child 	Maltreatment 1999

	Covert Video 	Surveillance Needed to Diagnose Munchhausen
Sydrome by Proxy

	Domestic and Sexual Violence 	Data. Series: NIJ Research
Report Published: July 1996

	Most 	Child Sex-Abusers are Siblings

	Mothers are Responsible 	for "ONLY" 55% of Child

	Sexual Abuse by Women of 	Children and Teenagers

	Type 	of Maltreatment by Sex of Perpetrator

	VOCAL (Victims of Child Abuse Laws), 
	       (1) Lot 2, 	Caboolture River Road, Upper
Caboolture, Queensland
	4510, Australia.
	       Ph.: (047) 	822 888.  	
	       (2) PO Box 	25, Katoomba, NSW 2780,
	       Ph.:   0247 	82 3471

	Web's 	First Completely Documented Case of Child Abduction,
Emotional/Physical/Sexual 	Abuse, and the System that Encouraged

Printed Resources on Child Abuse

Books and Articles

	American Humane Society (1991 ?)
	National Study on Child Neglect and Abuse Reporting.
	Cited in Statistical Abstract of the United States 1992.

	Besharov, D.J. & Laumann, L. A. (1996):
	Child Abuse Reporting. Social Science & Modern Society, 33(4).

	Ceci, Stephen and Bruck, Maggie (1995):
	Jeopardy in the Courtroom: A Scientific Analysis of
	Children's Testimony. American Psychological Association.  	
	Ceci, Stephen and Huffman, M. (1997):
	How Suggestible are Pre-School Children ? Cognitive and Social
	Journal of American Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 36 (7):

	Child Support Action Group (CSAG Inc.), South Australia
	The Silence of the Screams: Violence by Women in Intimate
Relationships, 	 	researched by Y. Joakimidis.

	Elliot, Michelle (ed.) (1995?):
	Female Sexual Abuse of Children: The Ultimate Taboo.

	Fergusson, D., Lynskey, M. & Horwood, J. (1996):
Childhood Sexual Abuse and Psychiatric Disorder in Young Adulthood I:
Prevalence of Sexual Abuse and Factors Associated with Sexual Abuse.
Journal of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 35
	Gordon, Michael and Susan Creighton (1988):
	Natal and Non-Natal Fathers as Sexual Abusers in the United
Kingdom: A 	Comparative Analysis.  	Journal of Marriage and the
Family 50 (February 1988).
	Marie Claire Magazine - Issue UK March 2000:  	"The Last
	Nagi, Saad (1977):  	Child Maltreatment in the United
States.  New York: Columbia University 	Press.
	Russell, Diana (1984):  	The Prevalence and Seriousness
of Incestuous Abuse: Stepfathers vs. Biological 	Fathers.
Child Abuse and Neglect Vol. 8.
	Statistical Abstract of the United States (1992):  	"Table
No. 301. Child Maltreatment Cases Reported -- Summary: 1976 to 1986"
(NB.: Editions after 1992 have censored out the sex of the
perpetrator, because 	this was predominantly female.)
Source: "National Study on Child Neglect and Abuse Reporting" American
Humane 	Society (1991 ?).
	Stirling, Pamela (1996):  	The Last Taboo: Sexual Abuse
of Children By Women -- a Secret Crime Is Now 	On The Rise. New
Zealand Listener, June 1, 1996.

	Welch, Denis (1994):
	When Mother Love Turns Lethal in: New Zealand Listener,
December 10-16, 1994.


Virtual and Actual Organisations

MAFRA (Men Against False Rape Allegations), c/o U.K.M.M.
P.O. Box 205, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL51 OYL

New Mythology of Rape

No Escape: Male Rap in US Prisons

SAFAR (Society Against False Accusations of Rape), 215 E. Eaglewood,
Sunnyvale, CA 94086,  USA.

Stop Prisoner Rape P.O. Box 2713, Manhattanville
Station New York, NY 10027-8871,  USA.        Ph.: (212) 663-5562

The Real Scam

Printed Resources on Rape

Books and Articles

Anderson, James D. (1995? ):  The Date Rape Epidemic: Profitable Myth
? MS.  
Anderson, James D. (1998):  Falling on the Deaf Ear -  False
Accusations of Rape, Child Abuse Hoaxes, Innocent People in Prison,
and How to Stop the Sex Crime Witch Hunt.
Concar, David (2000):  Crimes of Passion ? New Scientist, 19 February
Human Rights Watch

Kanin, Eugene (1994):
False Rape Allegations Archives of Sexual Behavior Vol 23,No.1:
81-    92

Laframboise, Donna (1996):
"Princess At the Window: A New Gender Morality". Penguin.

Macdonald, John M. (19??):
Rape -- Controversial Issues, Criminal Profiles, Date Rape, False  
Reports, and False Memories. 
Illimois: Thomas Publishing

McDowell, Charles (1985):
Practical Rape Investigation: A Multidisciplinary Approach.
New York:Elsevier North Holland Inc.

New Zealand Police (1998):
Adult Sexual Investigation Policy, Policy Pointers, Ten-One, 6
February 1998, 159: 11-15.

Smiedt, David (1999):
"Male Rape" Australian Men's Health Magazine - February 1999

Struckman-Johnson, Cindy and Struckman-Johnson, David (1994):
Men Pressured and Forced Into Sexual Experience. Archives of Sexual
Behavior, Vol. 23, No. 1, pp. 93 ff.

Zepezauer, Frank and Scott Kuehl (1998?):
Sex Crime and Politics -- The Feminist Anti-Rape Crusade and Its
Consequences. Sunnyvale, California.

Domestic Violence Against Men

Virtual and Actual Organisations

All-India Crime Against Men by Women Front
(Akhil Bharatiya Patni Virodhimorcha)
C/o Mr. Ram Prakash Chugh,
H-712 A, Shalimar Bagh, Delhi-110052,
Tel : 291-2720, 743-8335, 746-1408, 98-101-24368
FAX:(91-11) 7438335-7410982,7413899,3782595

Battered Men's Shelter, George Gilliland,
1039 E. Bush Street, St.Paul, MN 55106, USA.
Ph.: (612) 774-9577

Bürgerinitiative Familienpolitik im Rechtsstaat (BIFIR)
(Petition gainst male-bashing change in the law)

Domestic and Sexual Violence Data. Series: NIJ Research Report
Published: July 1996

Domestic Violence Against Men

Domestic Violence Against Men

Domestic Violence Against Men ( particularly in Colorado)

Family of Men Support Society
#302 - 635 56 Ave SW
Calgary, AB, Canada
T2V 0G9

Family Research Laboratory, University of New Hampshire
World Wide Web:
Durham, NH 03824,
Ph.: (603) 862-2594

Family Resources and Research
11216 Tamiami Trail North # 223, Naples, FL 34110
Contact: Rev. Sam and Bunny Sewell
Ph.: 941-591-4565

Fiebert Bibliography

Fiebert, M.S. (1998):
Family Violence

Men and Domestic Violence Index

Mensline New Zealand
64 9 522 2500

MenWeb:Domestic Violence

National Clearinghouse on Family Violence
Ph.: 1-800-267-1291

Robin Crowe's Article

Separated Fathers' Support Trust Refuge House,
PO Box 20495, Glen Eden, Auckland,
New Zealand.
Ph.: (09) 8133747

Stop Abuse For Everyone (S.A.F.E.)

Summary Of Restraining Order Abuse


Books and Articles on Domestic Violence Against Men

Adler, E.S. (1981):
The Underside of Married Life; power, influence and violence." in
L.H.Bowker (ed.) Women and Crime in 
America. New York: Macmillan.  
Aizenman, M., & Kelley, G. (1988).
The incidence of violence and acquaintance rape in dating
relationships among college men and women. Journal of College Student
Development, 29, 305-311.

Archer, J., & Ray, N. (1989).
Dating violence in the United Kingdom: a preliminary study. Aggressive
Behavior, 15, 337-343.

Arias, I., Samios, M., & O'Leary, K. D. (1987).
Prevalence and correlates of physical aggression during courtship.
Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2, 82-90

Arias, I., & Johnson, P. (1989).
Evaluations of physical aggression among intimate dyads. Journal of
Interpersonal Violence, 4, 298-307.

Atkinson, Kent (2000):
"Women are throwing the punches." Dominion newspaper, Wellington, New
Zealand. October 11, 2000.

Author Unknown (1986):
Violence in Adolescent Dating Relationships Common, New Survey
Reveals. Sexuality Today Newsletter, December 22, 1986.

Author Unknown (1986):
First Large-Scale Study Reveals Elder Abuse is Primarily by Wives
Against Husbands. Marriage and Divorce Today, December 15, 1986.

Author Unknown (1993):
How Can I Admit I Am a Battered Husband: Special 
Report. Best Magazine, April 15, 1993.

Bates, R.E. (1981):
A Plea for the Battered Husband. Family Law 

Bernard, M. L., & Bernard, J. L. (1983). Violent intimacy: The family
a model for love relationships. Family Relations, 32, 283-286.

Billingham, R. E., & Sack, A. R. (1986).  Courtship violence and the
interactive status of the relationship.
Journal of Adolescent Research, 1, 315-325.
Bland, R., & Orne, H. (1986).
Family violence and psychiatric disorder. Canadian Journal of
Psychiatry, 31, 129-137.

Bookwala, J., Frieze, I. H., Smith, C., & Ryan, K. (1992).
Predictors of dating violence: A multivariate analysis. Violence and
Victims, 7, 297-311.

Borowski, M., Murch, M. and Walker, V. (1983):
Domestic Violence: The Community Response. London:Tavistock.
Breen, R.N. (1985):  Premarital Violence: A Study of Abuse within
Dating Relationships of College Students.   The University of Texas at
Brennan, Patrick (1998):  When the abuser is a woman OR
Brinkerhoff, M., & Lupri, E. (1988):  Interspousal violence. Canadian
Journal of Sociology, 13, 407-434.
Brockopp, Karen (1986):  Violence in Adolescent Dating Relationships
Common, New Study Reveals.   Sexuality Today Newsletter, pp 2-3, Dec.
22, 1986.
Brush, L. D. (1990).  Violent Acts and injurious outcomes in married
couples: Methodological issues in the National Survey of Families and
Households. Gender & Society, 4, 56-67.
Brutz, J., & Ingoldsby, B. B. (1984).  Conflict resolution in Quaker
families. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 46, 21-26.
Burke, P. J., Stets, J. E., & Pirog-Good, M. A. (1988).  Gender
identity, self-esteem, and physical and sexual abuse in dating
relationships.  Social Psychology Quarterly, 51, 272-285.
Burstall, Emma (1993):  Are Men Victims ? New Woman, August 1993.
Carlson, B. E. (1987).  Dating violence: a research review and
comparison with spouse abuse. Social Casework, 68, 16-23.
Carrado, M., George, M. J., Loxam, E., Jones, L., & Templar, D.
Aggression in British heterosexual relationships: a descriptive
analysis. Aggressive Behavior, 22, 401-415.

Cascardi, M., Langhinrichsen, J., & Vivian, D. (1992).
Marital aggression: Impact, injury, and health correlates for husbands
and wives. Archives of Internal Medicine, 152, 1178-1184.

Caulfield, M. B., & Riggs, D. S. (1992).
The assessment of dating aggression: Empirical evaluation of the
Conflict Tactics Scale. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 4, 549-558.

Chesanow, Neil (1992):
Violence At Home. New Woman, February, pp. 96-98.

Child Support Action Group (CSAG Inc.), South Australia (1996):
"The Silence of the Screams: Violence by Women in Intimate
Relationships," researched by Y. Joakimidis

Cleary, Mary (2000):
"State Ignoring Male Domestic Violence Victims" Irish Times,
Wednesday, October 18, 2000

Cook, Philip W.(1997):
Abused Men: The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence. ISBN 0-275-95862-0.
Australia: Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.  
Email: mailto:elouer@greenwood.com

Daily News (1998):
Women Aren't the Only Victims
Davis, Richard L. (1998):  "Domestic Violence: Facts and Fallacies".
ISBN: 0275961265
Davis, Richard L. (1998):  "Mandatory Arrest And Restraining Orders"
Deal, J. E., & Wampler, K. S. (1986).  Dating violence: The primacy of
previous experience. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 3,
DeMaris, A. (1992).  Male versus female initiation of aggression: The
case of courtship violence. In E. C. Viano (Ed.), Intimate violence:
interdisciplinary perspectives. (pp. 111-120). Bristol, PA: Taylor &
Dekker, Diana (1996):  Women Who Dole Abuse. The Evening Post,
Wellington, New Zealand. December 11, 1996; page 32.

Detroit News article  

de Vries Robbe, M., March L., Vinen J., Horner D.and Roberts
The Prevalence of Domestic Violence Among Patients Attending a
Hospital Emergency Department.  Australian and New Zealand Journal of
Public Health, Vol. 20;364-368 

Dewar Research (1999?):
Domestic Violence: a health care issue ? UK: Dewar Research.

Domestic and Sexual Violence Data. Series: NIJ Research Report
Published: July 1996
Edwards, Joe (1992):
Men Get Battered, Too. Chat Magazine, April 18, 1992.

Ensminger-Vanfossen, B. (1979):
Intersexual Violence in Monroe County, New York. Victimology 4(2):

Ernst, A. A., Nick, T. G., Weiss, S. J., Houry, D., & Mills, T.
Domestic violence in an inner-city ED. Annals of Emergency Medicine,
30, 190-197.

Feather, N. T. (1996).
Domestic violence, gender and perceptions of justice. Sex Roles, 35,

Fiebert Bibliography

Fiebert, M. S. (1996).
College students' perception of men as victims of women's assaultive
behavior. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 82, 49-50.

Fiebert, M.S. (1998):
Family Violence

Fiebert, M. S., & Gonzalez, D. M. (1997).
Women who initiate assaults: The reasons offered for such behavior.
Psychological Reports, 80, 583-590.

Flynn, C. P. (1990).
Relationship violence by women: issues and implications. Family
Relations, 36, 295-299.

Follingstad, D. R., Wright, S., & Sebastian, J. A. (1991).
Sex differences in motivations and effects in dating violence. Family
Relations, 40, 51-57.

Fontes, David L. (1999):

Garcia, Jane (1991):
The Cost of Escaping Domestic Violence. Los Angeles Times, May 6,

Gelles, R.J. (1974):
The Violent Home: A Study of Physical Aggression Between Husbands and
Wives. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications.

Gelles, Richard J. (1979):
"Family Violence". Beverly Hills:Sage Publications.

Gelles, R.J. (1982):
Domestic Criminal Violence. in Marvin E. Wolfgang:"Criminal
Violence". Beverly Hills:Sage Publications, pp 201-235.

Gelles, R. J. (1994).
Research and advocacy: Can one wear two hats? Family Process, 33,

Gelles, R.J. and Loseke, D.
(eds.):"Current Controversies on Family Violence"

Gelles, R.J. and Strauss, Murray A. (1988):
Intimate Violence: The Causes and Consequences of Abuse in the
American Family. New York: Simon & Schuster Inc..

George, M. J. (1994).
Riding the donkey backwards: Men as the unacceptable victims of
marital violence. Journal of Men's Studies, 3, 137-159.

Goldberg, W. G., & Tomlanovich, M. C. (1984).
Domestic violence victims in the emergency department. JAMA, 251,

Gonzalez, D. M. (1997).
Why females initiate violence: A study examining the reasons behind
assaults on men. Unpublished master's thesis, California State
University, Long Beach.

Greenfield, Margaret (1992):
Beaten Husbands. Women's Post, p.2, July 8, 1992.

Hampton, R. L., Gelles, R. J., & Harrop, J. W. (1989).
Is violence in families increasing? A comparison of 1975 and 1985
National Survey rates. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 51,

Henton, J., Cate, R., Koval, J., Lloyd, S., & Christopher, S. (1983).
Romance and violence in dating relationships. Journal of Family
Issues, 4, 467-482.

Heritage Foundation (2000):
Domestic Violence Statistics

Hoff, Bert H. (1999):
:"What's Wrong With the 'Duluth Model'?"

Horney, Dr. Karen (1967):
"The Problem of Feminine Masochism", in: Feminine Psychology. New
York:W.W. Norton & Company. First published 1935.

Jones, Anne (1981):
Women Who Kill . New York: Fawcett Crest, Ballantine Books.

Jouriles, E.N. and O'Leary, K.D.(1985):
Interpersonal Reliability of Reports of Marital Violence. Journal of
Consulting and Clinical Psychology 53:419-421.

Kim, K., & Cho, Y. (1992).
Epidemiological survey of spousal abuse in Korea. In E. C. Viano (Ed.)
Intimate Violence: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. (pp. 277-282).
Bristol, PA: Taylor and Francis.

Kirsta, Alix (1989):
6 Ft., Macho, and Beaten by his Wife. NZ Sunday Times, December 10,

Kirsta, Alix (1991):
Could You Batter Him ? New Woman, January 1991.

Lane, K., & Gwartney-Gibbs, P.A. (1985).
Violence in the context of dating and sex. Journal of Family Issues,
6, 45-49.

Laner, M. R., & Thompson, J. (1982).
Abuse and aggression in courting couples. Deviant Behavior, 3,

Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., & Vivian, D. (1994).
The correlates of spouses' incongruent reports of marital aggression.
Journal of Family Violence, 9, 265-283.

Lewis, Anne (2000),
"An Enquiry into the Adult Male Experience of Heterosexual Abuse",
Unpublished M.A. thesis submitted to the University of Western Sydney,

Lillja, C. M. (1995).
Why women abuse: A study examining the function of abused men.
Unpublished master's thesis, California State University, Long Beach.

Lo, W. A., & Sporakowski, M. J. (1989).
The continuation of violent dating relationships among college
students. Journal of College Student Development, 30, 432-439.

Macchietto, J. (1992).
Aspects of male victimization and female aggression: Implications for
counseling men. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 14, 375-392.

Makepeace, J. M. (1986).
Gender differences in courtship violence victimization. Family
Relations, 35, 383-388.

Malenfant, Louise (2001):
Men Don't Matter: a new study finds the ex parte order is a woman's
best weapon prior to divorce The Report Newsmagazine, April 16, 2001

Malone, J., Tyree, A., & O'Leary, K. D. (1989).
Generalization and containment: Different effects of past aggression
for wives and husbands. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 51,

Margolin, G. (1987).
The multiple forms of aggressiveness between marital partners: how do
we identify them? Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 13 , 77-84.

Marshall, L. L., & Rose, P. (1987).
Gender, stress and violence in the adult relationships of a sample of
college students. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 4,

Marshall, L. L., & Rose, P. (1990).
Premarital violence: The impact of family of origin violence, stress
and reciprocity. Violence and Victims, 5, 51-64.

Mason, A., & Blankenship, V. (1987).
Power and affiliation motivation, stress and abuse in intimate
relationships. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 52,

Matthews, W. J. (1984).
Violence in college couples. College Student Journal, 18, 150-158.

Maxfield, M. G. (1989).
Circumstances in supplementary homicide reports: Variety and validity.
Criminology, 27, 671-695.

McKinney, K. (1986).
Measures of verbal, physical and sexual dating violence by gender.
Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, 14, 55-60.

McLeod, M. (1984).
Women against men: An examination of domestic violence based on an
analysis of official data and national victimization data. Justice
Quarterly, 1, 171-193.

McNeely, R. L., & Mann, C. R. (1990).
Domestic violence is a human issue. Journal of Interpersonal Violence,
5, 129-132.

McNeely, R. L., & Robinson-Simpson, G. (1987).
The truth about domestic violence: A falsely framed issue. Social
Work, 32, 485-490.

MENZ Issues

Mercy, J. A., & Saltzman, L. E. (1989).
Fatal violence among spouses in the United States, 1975-85. American
Journal of Public Health, 79, 595-599.

Mihalic, S. W., & Elliot, D. (1997).
A social learning theory model of marital violence. Journal of Family
Violence, 12, 21-46.

Milne, Alan (2000):
"Battered Men Want Victim Status",1008,428901a11,FF.html

Morse, B. J. (1995).
Beyond the Conflict Tactics Scale: Assessing gender differences in
partner violence. Violence and Victims, 10 (4) 251-272.

Mwamwenda, T. S. (1997).
Husband Battery among the Xhosa speaking people of Transkei, South
Africa. Unpublished manuscript, University of Transkei, S. A.

Magdol, L., Moffitt, T., Caspi, A., Newman, D., Fagan, J., and Silva,
P. (1997?):
"Gender Differences in Partner Violence in a Birth Cohort of
21-year-olds: Bridging the Gap between Clinical and Epidemiological
Studies." Journal of Clinical and Consulting Psychology.

Magdol, L., Moffitt, T., Caspi, A., and Silva, P. (1997?):
"Developmental Antecedents of Partner Violence: A Prospective
Longitudinal Study" MS.

McLeod, M. (1984):
Women Against Men: An Examination of Domestic Violence Based on an
Analysis of Official Data and National Victimization Data. Justice
Quarterly 1(2):171-193.

McNeely, R.L. and Robinson-Simpson, G. (1987):
The Truth About Domestic Violence: A Falsely Framed Issue. Social Work
32(6), pp. 485-490.

McNeely, R.L. and Robinson-Simpson, G. (1988):
The Truth About Domestic Violence: A Falsely Framed Issue. University
Press of America.

Mercy, J.A., and Saltzman, L.E. (1989):
Fatal Violence Among Spouses in the United States,1976-85. American
Journal of Public Health 79(5):595-599.

Moffitt, T., A. Caspi, and P. Silva (1996):
"Findings about Partner Violence: from the Dunedin Multidisciplinary
Health and Development Study" MS.

Moffitt, T., A. Caspi, R. Krueger, L. Magdol, G. Margolin, P. Silva
and R. Sydney(1997?):
"Do Partners Agree about Abuse in their Relationship ? A Psychometric
Evaluation of Interpartner Agreement." Psychological Assessment.  

Nisonoff, L. and Bitman, I. (1979):
Spouse Abuse: Incidence and Relationship to Selected Demographic
Variables. Victimology 4, pp. 131-140.

O'Keeffe, N. K., Brockopp, K., & Chew, E. (1986).
Teen dating violence. Social Work, 31, 465-468.

O'Leary, Daniel, Barling, Arias, Rosenbaum, Malone, and Tyree (1989):
Prevalence and Stability of Physical Agression Between Spouses: a
Longitudinal Analysis. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
57(2): 263-268.

O'Leary, Daniel, Arias, Rosenbaum, and Barling:
Premarital Physical Aggression. State University of New York at Stony
Brook, and Syracuse University.

Pagelow, M.D. (1985):
The`Battered Husband Syndrome': Social Problem or Much Ado About
Little?  Marital Violence, Monograph 31, Sociological Review. Johnson,
N. and Routledge, Kegan Paul eds., London, pp. 172-195.

Pizzey, Erin (1982):
"Prone to Violence" Middlesex, England:Hamlyn Paperbacks.

Pizzey, Erin (1997):
"The Planned Destruction of the Family". Male View magazine,
ISSN1361-1968, October/December 1997, pp. 3-7.
Pizzey, Erin :  Working With Violent Women
Plass, M. S., & Gessner, J. C. (1983).
Violence in courtship relations: a southern sample. Free Inquiry in
Creative Sociology, 11, 198-202.

Riggs, D. S., O'Leary, K. D., & Breslin, F. C. (1990).
Multiple correlates of physical aggression in dating couples. Journal
of Interpersonal Violence, 5, 61-73.

Rollins, B. C., & Oheneba-Sakyi, Y. (1990).
Physical violence in Utah households. Journal of Family Violence, 5,

Rooke, Margaret (1991):
Violence in the Home. Radio Times March 16-22, p.8,.

Rouse, L. P. (1988).
Abuse in dating relationships: A comparison of Blacks, Whites, and
Hispanics. Journal of College Student Development, 29, 312-319.

Rouse, L. P., Breen, R., & Howell, M. (1988).
Abuse in intimate relationships. A Comparison of married and dating
college students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 3, 414-429.

Russell, R. J. H., & Hulson, B. (1992).
Physical and psychological abuse of heterosexual partners. Personality
and Individual Differences, 13, 457-473.

Sack, A. R., Keller, J. F., & Howard, R. D. (1982).
Conflict tactics and violence in dating situations. International
Journal of Sociology of the Family, 12, 89-100.

Saenger, G. (1963).
Male and female relations in the American comic strip. In D. M. White
& R. H. Abel (Eds.), The funnies, an American idiom (pp. 219-231).
Glencoe, NY: The Free Press.

Saunders, D.G. (1986):
When Battered Women Use Violence: Husband Abuse or Self Defence ?
Violence and Victims 1:47-60.

Schuett, Trudy W. (2000):
"Friends To The End." Hyperpedia Press

Sewell, Sam and Bunny (1997):
"Let's Look at the Truth about Domestic Violence" Male View magazine,
ISSN 1361-1968, October/December 1997, pp. 19-22.

Sheaffer, Robert (1996):
Review of "The Battered Woman", by Lenore Walker (1979). New Zealand
Men's Rights Association Newsletter Volume 2, Number 1, 1997(see both
Sheaffer's own website and the NZMRA website).

Shupe, A. (1986):
The Violent Woman in: "Violent Men, Violent Couples". Stacey and
Hazzlewood (eds.), Lexington Books.

Smith, Angela (1992):
Do Only Women Bleed ? Guardian, Women's Section, p.1, July 15th.

Smith, S., Baker, D., Buchan, A., and Bodiwala, G. (1992):
Adult Domestic Violence. Health Trends 24:97-99.

Sommer, Reena (1999):
"Male and Female Perpetrated Partner Abuse: Testing a Diathesis-Stress
Model." University of Manitoba PhD Dissertation.

Stacey, Sarah, and Cantacuzino, Maria (1993)
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