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Strategies To Engage Men And Boys In Violence Prevention A Global Organizational Perspective
Violence Against Women
  • Juliana Carlson
  • Erin A. Casey, University of Washington Tacoma
  • Jeffrey L. Edleson
  • Richard M. Tolman
  • Tova B. Walsh
Publication Date
7-22-2015
Document Type
Article
Abstract
This study presents descriptive findings from in-depth interviews with 29 representatives of organizations in Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania, and North and South America that engage men and boys in preventing gender-based violence. In particular, the findings suggest that strategies are responsive to the specific cultural, economic, and contextual concerns of the local community, with nuanced messages and appropriate messengers. In addition, respondents reported key principles informing their organizational strategies to deepen men and boys’ engagement. Attention is also paid to respondents’ caution about the risks of framing of engagement practices as separate from both women’s organizations and women and girls themselves.
DOI
10.1177/1077801215594888
Version
pre-print, post-print
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Citation Information
Juliana Carlson, Erin A. Casey, Jeffrey L. Edleson, Richard M. Tolman, et al.. "Strategies To Engage Men And Boys In Violence Prevention A Global Organizational Perspective" Violence Against Women (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/erin-casey/20/