Publications available from Dewar Research and this
website (some in Adobe PDF format)
Dewar Research (2016).
Government Statistics on Domestic Abuse. Estimated prevalence of
domestic abuse. England and Wales 1995-2014/15. March 2016...
Persons reporting domestic abuse to police. Forces in England and
Wales 2012 and 2013. March 2015... (New
George, Malcolm J.
tactics - European Results. Dewar Research, September 2013.
Yarwood, J D (2012).
Violence Protection Notices and Orders. Trial in three police areas
in England, 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012. Appraisal of Results.
Dewar Research, October 2012.
Dr Simon (2011). Men’s
experiences of violence and abuse from a female intimate partner.
Doctoral research thesis, University of East London. October 2011.
Dewar Research (2011). Domestic
Violence - England and Wales 2007/08: Report on Pilot Study of data
provided by 9 Police Forces. June 2011.
Malmi, Pasi (2009). Discrimination
against Men. Doctoral Thesis, University of Lapland, Finland,
18 February 2009.
Dewar Research (2008). Plight of male victims of domestic violence. Dewar Research, June 2008.
Dewar Research (2008). Crime in England and Wales 2006/07: Supplementary Volume 2: Chapter 3 – Intimate Violence. Home Office Statistical Bulletin 03/08, 31 January 2008. Dewar Research, February 2008.
Dewar Research (2008). Domestic Violence. Selected media references and sources relating to male victimisation – updated to 2007. Dewar Research, February 2008.
Dewar Research (2007). Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry into Domestic Violence (July 2007). Submission by Dr M.J. George FRSA, September 2007.
Dewar Research (2007). Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry into Domestic Violence (July 2007). Submission by Dewar Research, September 2007.
Dewar Research (2007). Male victims of physical assault by intimate partners in seven English speaking western democracies. August 2007.
Dewar Research (2007). Prosecutions for Domestic Violence: England and Wales 2006-2007. June 2007.
Dewar Research (2005). CAFCASS
Consultation on Domestic Violence Assessment Policy (December 2004).
Submission by Dewar Research, March 2005.
George, Malcolm J. and Yarwood, David J.
(2004). Male Domestic Violence Victims
Survey 2001 - Main Findings. Dewar Research, October
Yarwood, David J. (2004). Child
Homicide - Review of Statistics and Studies. Dewar Research,
Dewar Research (2004). Partial Defences to Murder. Law Commission
Consultation Paper No. 173, October 2003. Submission by Dewar
Research, January 2004.
Yarwood, David J. (2003). Domestic Violence. Selected media reference
sources relating to male victimisation. Dewar Research, December
Dewar Research (2003). Safety and Justice. The Governments proposals
on Domestic Violence. Home Office Cm 5847, June 2003. Submission
by Dewar Research, August 2003.
George, Malcolm J. (2002). Skimmington Revisited. Journal
of Men's Studies, 10, No.2, p111-127.
Kierski, Werner (2002). Female
violence: can we therapists face up to it? Counselling and
Psychotherapy Journal CPJ12, 2002.
George, Malcolm J. (1998). An Analysis of Male Victimisation. By Dr
Malcolm George based on results of Home Office Research Study 191,
Domestic Violence: Findings from a new British Crime Survey self-completion
questionnaire. Catriona Mirrlees-Black, Home Office, January 1999.
Dispatches (1998). 'Battered Men' Survey: Detailed Survey results.
[A Summary of the results of this survey by the Dispatches programme
highlighting the experiences of 100 male victims of domestic violence
in the UK was broadcast on Channel 4 on the 7 January 1999].
Dispatches (1998). 'Battered Men' Survey: Summary of Dr Kevin
Browne's Analysis of Results.
George, Malcolm J. (1998). Beyond All
Help? Comments upon “Commonly Held Unhelpful Beliefs” in BMA
June 1998 publication Domestic Violence: A health care issue?
Dewar Research, November 1998. (Hard copy £5)
Yarwood, David J. (1998). A Critique of June
1998 BMA publication Domestic Violence: A health care issue?
Dewar Research, October 1998. (Hard copy £2)
George, Malcolm J. (1994). Riding
the Donkey Backwards: Men as the Unacceptable Victims of
Marital Violence. The Journal of Men's Studies, Vol 3,
No 2, November 1994, p137-159.
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