We are hosting an online, international survey of men who have attended events related to preventing gender-based violence. This is the third phase of a larger project aimed at describing the range of approaches used globally to engage men proactively in the prevention of violence against women. Past phases of the project included:
- An online survey of international violence prevention agencies, and men's and fatherhood organizations to assess worldwide efforts to engage men in violence prevention.
- In-depth interviews with organizations around the world that engage men in violence prevention, to understand their programs and strategies for inviting men into prevention.
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- Qualitative interviews with organizations around the world that engage men in preventing gender-based violence, with a goal of understanding strategies for and barriers to this work globally.
- Worked with Men Engage North America to analyze recent national survey and help build a research infrastructure for the North American network.
- Engaging expectant fathers to prevent violence against women and children. Conducted interviews and focus groups with providers and fathers to identify promising strategies for engaging new and expectant fathers.
- Rich Tolman on the Conversation:
Transition to Fatherhood Forum
- Casey, E.A., Allen, C.T., Tolman, R.M., Carlson, J.M., & Leek, C. (in press). Walking the walk or just talk: Willingness to take violence preventative action in a global sample of men. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma.
- Allen, C.T., Carlson, J.M., Casey, E.A. , Tolman, R. & Leek, C. (in press). Examining men’s perceptions of gender-based violence prevention programming content. Violence Against Women
- Casey, E.A., Leek, C., Tolman, R., Allen, C.T. & Carlson, J.M. (2017). Getting men in the room: Perceptions of effective strategies to initiate men’s involvement in gender-based violence prevention in a global sample. Culture, Health, and Sexuality, 19, 979-995.
- Casey, E.A., Tolman, R., Carlson, J.M., Storer, H., & Allen, C.T. (2017). What motivates men’s involvement in gender-based violence prevention?: Latent class profiles and correlates in an international sample of men. Men and Masculinities, 20, 294-316.
- Carlson, J.M., Allen, C.T., Storer, H., Leek, C., Casey, E.A. & Tolman, R. (2017). Participants’ perceptions of the nature of events aimed at engaging men to eliminate gender-based violence. Global Social Welfare, 4, 91-103.
- Tolman, R., Casey, E.A., Carlson, J.M., Allen, C.T., Leek, C. & Storer, H.L. (2016; online first). A global exploratory analysis of men participating in gender-based violence prevention. Journal of Interpersonal Violence
- Storer, H.L., Casey, E.A., Carlson, J., Edleson, J.L. & Tolman, R. (in press) Primary prevention is? A global perspective on how organizations engaging men in preventing gender-based violence conceptualize and operationalize their work. Violence Against Women.
- Carlson, J.C., Casey, E.A., Edleson, J. & Tolman, R., Neugut, T. & Kimball, E. (2015; online). Strategies to engage men and boys in violence prevention: a global organizational perspective. Violence Against Women. PMCID: In progress
- Casey, E.A., Carlson, J.C., Fraguela-Rios, C., Kimball, E., Neugut, T., Tolman, R., & Edleson, J. (2013) Context, challenges, and tensions in global efforts to engage men in the prevention of violence against women: An ecological analysis. Men and Masculinities, 16, 227-249. PMC4283930
- Kimball, E., Edleson, J.L., Tolman, R.M., Neugut, T. & Carlson, J. (In press). Global efforts to engage men in violence prevention: An international survey. Violence Against Women.
- Casey, E. & Ohler, K. (2012). Being a positive bystander: Male anti-violence allies' experiences of 'stepping up'. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 27, 62-83.
- Tolman, R.M. & Edleson, J.L. (2010) Intervening With Men for Violence Prevention. In Renzetti, C.R., Edleson, J.L. & Bergen, R.K. (Eds.). Sourcebook on Violence Against Women (2nd edition) (pp. 351-367). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
- Neugut, T.B., Edleson, J.L. & Tolman, R.M. (Forthcoming). Children exposed to domestic violence: Prevention approaches with mothers and fathers. In Alexander, S., Alexander, R. & Guterman, N. (Eds.). Prevention of child maltreatment. St. Louis, MO: G.W. Medical Publishing.
- Casey, E. & Smith, T. (2010). "How can I not?" Men's pathways to involvement in anti-violence against women work. Violence Against Women, 16, 953-973.
- Carlson, J., Wilson, R., & Edleson, J.L. (2012). Identifying new and expectant fathers' supports and challenges to prevent child exposure to domestic violence. Poster presented at the Minnesota Social Service Association Conference, Minneapolis, MN, March 14, 2012.