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21. Child Homicides by Parents [html] REPORT BROKEN LINK

This Justice Department report found that if a parent murdered his or her child, the murderer was most often the mother (55%) rather than the father (45%) and that mothers killed sons (64%) more often than they killed daughters (36%).
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22. VAWA: Funding of Programs [pdf] REPORT BROKEN LINK

Explains the discrimination in state programs funded by the Violence Against Women Act, provides illustrations and examples of state exclusionary policies. Keywords: men; women; children; victims; discrimination; domestic violence; family violence; arrest
Keywords: men, women, children, victims, discrimination, domestic violence, family violence, arrest
Last Viewed: January, 18, 2018 at 10:54 AM.
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23. VAWA: Funding of Programs [html] REPORT BROKEN LINK

Explains the discrimination in state programs funded by the Violence Against Women Act, provides illustrations and examples of state exclusionary policies. Keywords: men; women; children; victims; discrimination; domestic violence; family violence; arrest
Keywords: men, women, children, victims, discrimination, domestic violence, family violence, arrest
Last Viewed: January, 20, 2018 at 3:35 AM.
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24. Violent Touch: Breaking Through the Stereotype. (brief) REPORT BROKEN LINK

Violent Touch: Breaking Through the Stereotype. (brief), David Fontes, Psy.D., CEAP. Keywords: domestic violence; family violence; men; males; women; females; children; assault; injury; law enforcement; restraining order; treatment; counseling
Keywords: domestic violence, family violence, men, males, women, females, children, assault, injury, law enforcement, restraining order, treatment, counseling
Last Viewed: January, 21, 2018 at 2:06 AM.
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25. Violent Touch: Breaking through the Stereotype, (full paper) REPORT BROKEN LINK

Violent Touch: Breaking through the Stereotype, (full paper) David Fontes, Psy.D., CEAP. Keywords: domestic violence; family violence; men; males; women; females; children; assault; injury; law enforcement; restraining order; treatment; counseling
Keywords: domestic violence, family violence, men, males, women, females, children, assault, injury, law enforcement, restraining order, treatment, counseling
Last Viewed: January, 19, 2018 at 8:54 AM.
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