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Equality with a Vengeance
Men's Rights Groups, Battered Women, and Antifeminist Backlash
Molly Dragiewicz

Northeastern University Press



Contents

• Acknowledgments
• INTRODUCTION
• Backlash
• My Position as a Scholar
• Chapter Outline
• KEY CONTEXTS
• Terminology
• Research
• Policy
• Antifeminist “Men's Rights” and “Fathers’ Rights” Groups
• The Social Ecology of Woman Abuse
BOOTH V. HVASS
• Booth v. Hvass

• Why Equal Protection Arguments Matter
• The Equal Protection Claim
• Claims and Evidence
• The
• Defense Response
• POPULAR DISCOURSES
• Antifeminist Discourses on Woman Abuse
• BATTERER NARRATIVES
• Denial
• Minimization
• Excuse
• Justification
• Patriarchy in Batterer Narratives
• Learning from the Narratives of Men Who Batter Women
• SEX DIFFERENCES
• The
Booth Plaintiffs’ Sources
• Research Demonstrating Sex Differences in Violence against Intimates
• Homicide
• Separation Assault
• Stalking
• Sexual Assault
• Sublethal Injury
• Implications of Sex Differences in Violence against Intimates
• GENDER AND PATRIARCHY
• Gender
• Patriarchy
• Patriarchy, Gender, and Violence across the Social Ecology
• Cultural Factors
• Community Factors •
• Interpersonal Factors
• Change over Time (Chronosystem)
• Interaction of Multiple Factors (Mesosystem)
• Scholarly Evidence of Patriarchal Peer Support of Violence against Women
• CONCLUSION
• Directions for Future Research
• Policy Recommendations
• Notes
• Bibliography
• Index

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