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  1. #16
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    Re: Domestic Violence, Part 1 Rewrite #1

    I have a book about female violence of DV floating arround:

    Sebastian Schwithal - Weibliche Gewalt in Partnerschaften (Female violence in relationships) ISBN 3833431563



    That book is a very well made meta-analysis on female violence since the beginning of research for DV on an international level.

    Please note that the numbers I will be giving now won´t add up because he used a separate column for victims and perpetrators.

    In an analysis of 42 studies that ask for minor violence he found out that 54.8% of the perpetruators in that studies were women while 50,7% of the victims were men.

    In an analysis of 92 studies that ask for severe violence he found out that 53.0% of the perpetruators in that studies were women while 52.3% of the victims were men.

    In an analysis of 70 studies that ask for injuries he found out that 57,4% of the perpetruators in that studies were men while 56,6% of the victims were also men.

    In an analysis of more than 100 country specific studies he found out that 55,8% of the perpetruators in that studies were men while 58,7% of the victims were women.

    In an analysis of more than 150 dating and domestic violence studies he found out that 51,8% of the perpetruators in that studies were men while 56,0% of the victims were women.
    Included in that studies are not only CTS studies but official studies as well. And no matter in what way he looked at the more than 300 studies he cites, the difference is always almost equal.

    I am not sure about copyright, but if you like I can try to photograph and send you a copy of the summaries that list every study by name, date, participants and results.

    Studies that link violence and lower income

    - confirmed by Brinkerhoff and Lupri (1988) / Straus et al. (1980) / Stets and Straus (1990) / Hotaling and Sugarman (1990)

    - Rennison (2000): Women living in the lowest income households are 7 times more likely to be victimized than women living in the highest income households (no relationship between violence against men and income was not found)

    - Cunradi et al. (2002) found out that women living in regions with higher unemployment are more likely to be victims of severe violence

    - Straus et al. (1980) found out that age, unemployment and part-time work have the biggest influence on violent behaviour.

    - The US NFVS (1975) as well as MacEwen and Barling (1988) found out that violent women had no higher graduation and that men with higher graduations were more likely to be victims of their wives.

    Studies that link violence and drug abuse

    - Straus and Gelles (1986, 1990) found a strong link between alcohol abuse and family dysfunction

    - Nisonoff and Bitman (1978) found out that alohol was linked with 26% of violence found in their study

    - Gelles (1972) found out that in almost half of all cases of violence alcohol was consumed. Alcohol consume was linke to the most severe cases of violence

    - Kantor and Stauss (1990) found a link between alcohol consume and severe violence.

    - Magdol et al. (1997) found a link between alcohol and violence in 1/3 of their cases of dating violence against women. Sommer (1994) found a link with alcohol and violence with 8% of participating women and 16% of participating men.
    Everything cited from the book mentioned above and translated by me.
    The men's and fathers' movement needs to make sure it never sees females as the enemy,
    but only misandry--whether from females or from males.
    If not, we'll become like the bigoted feminists that this movement was formed to oppose.
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    Re: Domestic Violence, Part 1 Rewrite #1

    Good revealing find Feck.

    Quote Quote from Feckless View Post
    I have a book about female violence of DV floating arround:
    Is it legal?
    The wicked flee when none pursueth. Proverbs 28:1

    'Rise like Lions after slumber In unvanquishable number - Shake your chains to earth like dew Which in sleep had fallen on you - Ye are many - they are few.'

    Percy Bysshe Shelley

    "When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty. "
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    Re: Domestic Violence, Part 1 Rewrite #1

    Quote Quote from Celtic Druid View Post
    Good revealing find Feck.
    Is it legal?
    It is, but given the fact that this was his dissertation (I guess we can call him Dr. Schwithal by now) the print run isn´t that high. So if you speak German and want to read it (Hello Max) buy it now. It shatters every given myth about DV there is, so if you need some more information LB, just give me a call.

    There are a lot of German MRA books out there (some are translated English books). A little anekdote, I found a very rare one (Arne Hoffmanns - Are women better humans?) and got it for a good price. 50€ for a used book, which originally was sold for 25€. I wasn´t going to resell it, but of course you try to keep an expensive book in a good shape. Anyhow my 1-year-old daughter is making huge progresses these days, and to my "delight" she was very interested in the book mentioned above. So she snatched it from the table and violently tried to "read" it, tearing a page out in the progress. I could see the pride in her eyes....ah my little one.
    The men's and fathers' movement needs to make sure it never sees females as the enemy,
    but only misandry--whether from females or from males.
    If not, we'll become like the bigoted feminists that this movement was formed to oppose.
    Glenn Sacks
    Disclaimer:
    http://antimisandry.com/109272-post69.html

    Blog:
    http://feck-blog.blogspot.com/

    Fecks Warcraft File:

    http://antimisandry.com/chit-chat-ma...ile-16039.html

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    Re: Domestic Violence, Part 1 Rewrite #1

    Thanks Feck,

    At this point I have everything I need.

    Paul


 

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