Primary Prevention Is? A Global Perspective On How Organizations Engaging Men In Preventing Gender-Based Violence Conceptualize And Operationalize Their WorkViolence Against Women
AbstractEngaging men in addressing violence against women (VAW) has become a strategy in the global prevention of gender-based violence. Concurrently, Western public health frameworks have been utilized to guide prevention agendas worldwide. Using qualitative methods, this study describes how global anti-violence organizations that partner with men conceptualize primary prevention in their work. Findings suggest that "primary prevention" is not a fixed term in the context of VAW and that front-line prevention work challenges rigidly delineated distinctions between levels of prevention. Much can be learned from global organizations' unique and contextualized approaches to the prevention of VAW.
Citation InformationHeather L. Storer, Erin A. Casey, Juliana Carlson, Jeffrey L. Edleson, et al.. "Primary Prevention Is? A Global Perspective On How Organizations Engaging Men In Preventing Gender-Based Violence Conceptualize And Operationalize Their Work" Violence Against Women Vol. 22 Iss. 2 (2016) p. 249 - 268
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