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Studying and Researching Men's Violence to Known Women
Studying and researching men's violence to known women

In thinking about, researching and working on and against men's violence to known women, issues of content and process are inextricably linked. Theories, explanations, forms of men's violence are not separated off from the processes of thinking about, acting against and researching violence. Throughout, questions of how to study and research, of methodologies and methods, are absolutely fundamental. It is not possible to take any single part of the research process for granted. For example, to make an arrangement by letter or by telephone or face to face with a man to talk with him about his violence can be problematic.

In some senses, this is just another piece of research; ...

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