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Violence In the Home vs. Gender – Diagnosed or Demonized?

October 14, 2008
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Violence In the Home vs. Gender – Diagnosed or Demonized?

(October is domestic violence awareness month. My blog will focus on domestic violence from the often ignored and silent perspective – the male victim – and how organizations, politicians, and society deny men and their children the same awareness, compassion, and resources offered to women.) Lady Madonna: Part 1 by Tim Goldich The dark...
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Research and the Genders

January 25, 2008
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Research and the Genders

       I have felt for a long time that the research community tends to ignore male issues and focus more attention on female issues. This opinion would be quickly debated by feminist and their supporters who would argue two similar points: First, historically research has focused exclusively on men, and what I am witnessing...
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