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Overview of Fiebert's Annotated Domestic Violence Bibliography

© Peter Zohrab 2004-2010

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(See also Domestic Violence Injuries, Women Who Initiate Domestic Violence and Research on Domestic Violence in New Zealand)

This is a summary of the major findings that I have drawn from the annotated bibliography on Domestic Violence research that was drawn up by Professor Martin Fiebert.  I have made judgement calls based on my understanding of the various annotations, but I am not making any claims about the correctness or otherwise of the annotations, or of the conclusions made in the pieces of research themselves. Some of the pieces of research are surveys summarising the research then extant, so some studies may in effect have been counted more than once.

A few individual studies are about specific ethnic groups, about the reasons why women are abusive, or about actual homicides, etc., and have been ignored for the purposes of this overview.

(N.B. This overview is not being updated, whereas the Annotated Bibliography which it summarises is being updated.)

Finding

Number of Studies
reporting that Finding

Women are more physically abusive than men.

71

Women and men are equally physically abusive.

24

Men are more physically abusive than women.

3

Women initiated violence more often than men did.

6

Women and men initiated violence equally often

3

Men initiated violence more often than women did.

0

Women suffered more injuries than men did.

4

Women and men suffered equal numbers of injuries.

1

Men suffered more injuries than women did.

3

   

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