Masculinities, Violence, and Culture

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Suzanne E. Hatty

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  • Sage Series on Violence against Women

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    Claire M. Renzetti

    St. Joseph's University

    Jeffrey L. Edleson

    University of Minnesota

    In this series …

    I AM NOT YOUR VICTIM: Anatomy of Domestic Violence by Beth Sipe and Evelyn J. Hall

    WIFE RAPE: Understanding the Response of Survivors and Service Providers by Raquel Kennedy Bergen

    FUTURE INTERVENTIONS WITH BATTERED WOMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES edited by Jeffrey L. Edleson and Zvi C. Eisikovits

    WOMEN'S ENCOUNTERS WITH VIOLENCE: Australian Experiences edited by Sandy Cook and Judith Bessant

    WOMAN ABUSE ON CAMPUS: Results From the Canadian National Survey by Walter S. DeKeseredy and Martin D. Schwartz

    RURAL WOMEN BATTERING AND THE JUSTICE SYSTEM: An Ethnography by Neil Websdale

    SAFETY PLANNING WITH BATTERED WOMEN: Complex Lives/Difficult Choices by Jill Davies, Eleanor Lyon, and Diane Monti-Catania

    ATHLETES AND ACQUAINTANCE RAPE by Jeffrey R. Benedict

    RETHINKING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN edited by R. Emerson Dobash and Russell P. Dobash

    EMPOWERING SURVIVORS OF ABUSE: Health Care for Battered Women and Their Children edited by Jacquelyn Campbell

    BATTERED WOMEN, CHILDREN, AND WELFARE REFORM: The Ties That Bind edited by Ruth A. Brandwein

    COORDINATING COMMUNITY RESPONSES TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Lessons From Duluth and Beyond edited by Melanie F. Shepard and Ellen L. Pence

    CHANGING VIOLENT MEN by R. Emerson Dobash, Russell P. Dobash, Kate Cavanagh, and Ruth Lewis

    SAME-SEX DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Strategies for Change edited by Beth Leventhal and Sandra E. Lundy

    MASCULINITIES, VIOLENCE, AND CULTURE by Suzanne E. Hatty

    LOCKED IN A VIOLENT EMBRACE by Zvi Eisikovits and Eli Buchbinder

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  • About the Author

    Suzanne E. Hatty is Associate Professor of Culture, Epistemology and Medicine in the Department of Social Medicine at Ohio University. She has a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Sydney, Australia. Her research interests include the cultures of medicine, the body and society, bioethics and biotechnologies, posthumanism and future studies, and crime and popular culture. Her most recent book, co-authored with James Hatty, is The Disordered Body: Epidemic Disease and Cultural Transformation.


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