Presentation on theme: "Societal Myths Contributing to Unhealthy Masculinity in Relationships Men who abuse women are – b/w men who do & dont – Lead us to believe Women actually."— Presentation transcript:
Societal Myths Contributing to Unhealthy Masculinity in Relationships Men who abuse women are – b/w men who do & dont – Lead us to believe Women actually violence – Femininity= Women mens violence – perspective Nag, miss chores, dress provocatively Victim-precipitated homicides -
Men who… – Believe in – – Exhibit adversarial – Accept – Acceptance of – likely to engage in (Koss et al., 1994; Lisak & Roth, 1988; Margolin & Burman, 1993; Scully, 1990; Straus & Gelles, 1992; Tang et al., 2002) People who… – Have & accompanying – & IPV – Attribute MORE,, to victims (Allison & Wrightsman, 1993; Pollard, 1992; Tang et al., 2002; Willies, 1992) Research Findings on Factors Contributing to Unhealthy Masculinity in Relationships
To Address? Combat: ? In college men… – (ONeil et al., 1986… Today?) Sex role – DPH findings in 5 th and 6 th graders & in High Schoolers (Eckstein, 2010) of interpersonal violence – Physical vs. Psychological – Teen Magazine Study (Kettrey & Emery, 2010) Focus on (victims) instead of (society) BUT HOW????