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The development of the gendered paradigm is explored, and research evidence is assessed which indicates a clear gender symmetry, and male victims of female perpetrated IPV. Skip to main content. Advertisement Hide. Chapter First Online: 02 March

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Male Victims of Intimate Partner Violence: A Challenge to the Gendered Paradigm

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The development of the gendered paradigm is explored, and research evidence is assessed which indicates a clear gender symmetry, and male victims of female perpetrated IPV. Skip to main content. Advertisement Hide. Chapter First Online: 02 March This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Anderson, K. Recovery: Resilience and growth in the aftermath of domestic violence.

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(3) Respondents experienced manipulation through gendered stereotypes of abuse. Keywords: Female-perpetrated intimate partner violence (IPV), interpretative However, the debate around whether violence perpetrated against men has the I had issues with their husbands coming along and challenging me and  ‎Abstract · ‎Introduction · ‎Method · ‎Results.

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    All not so is simple, as it seems

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