Research on Domestic Violence against Men

Updated 2018 09 16

Research on Domestic Violence against Men is much needed.

Unfortunately, this posting is only for record purposes. The search facility by DVstats.org announced here no longer functions. However, if you are looking for research information relating to DV, the web page that the following link leads to still points to a wealth of information on DV-related research.

A search facility has been installed at the Family-Violence Index Page of Fathers for Life, courtesy DVStats.org.

Also by courtesy of DVStats.org, at the end of the links in the left side-bar menu on the Family-Violence Index Page of Fathers for Life, there is now a widget that will let you find out about the latest DV research that has been published.

DVStats.org — a search engine, aggregating research that examines the impact and extent of domestic violence upon male victims.

This search facility equates domestic violence to intimate partner violence between men and women in relationships.  It does not provide information on violence between homosexuals, siblings or violence against family members other than heterosexual partners and spouses, such as infanticide, child abuse or violence against elderly in families.


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One Response to Research on Domestic Violence against Men

  1. As reported in the main article in this thread,

    Research on Domestic Violence against Males

    November 28, 2010 by Walter Schneider.

    A search facility has been installed at the Family-Violence Index Page of Fathers for Life, courtesy by DVStats.org.

    The search facility was installed but had to be removed again, as the script for the search facility interfered with the proper display of the web page.

    However, the search facility is a vitally important tool, for which reason the link to the search facility has been installed at the originally identified location plus a number of other, related web pages.

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