Views And Reviews

Male Violence

BMJ 1994; 308 doi: (Published 30 April 1994) Cite this as: BMJ 1994;308:1174
  1. Paul Wolf-Light

    Ed John Archer Routledge, pounds sterling 14.99, pp 414 ISBN 0-415-08962-X

    For anyone working with violent men or writing about them, Male Violence is an excellent book. It offers 18 chapters of empirically researched arguments on the nature and expression of violence in the context of sex and gender, augmented by a myriad of theoretical positions.

    <FIGURE> A poster from London's Zero Tolerance campaign organised by the Association of London Authorities. The campaign against violence to women began in Montreal, Canada, after the murder of 14 women engineering students. It moved to …

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