A Qualitative Study to Explore Understanding and Perception of Violence Against Women Among Undergraduate Students in Egypt
Is having a gun for safety associated with feeling safer among women with interpersonal victimization experiences? Dr. Mary Ellen O'Toole and Publisher Jennifer Kuhn interview Dr. T. K. Logan on this very important topic. Read the full article in the December 2020 issue of Violence and Gender.READ MORE
Can neuroanatomical imaging be used to predict who might be more prone to perpetrating sexual violence? This Violence and Gender podcast explores this topic. Dr. Mary Ellen O'Toole interviews author Kate Kirk-Provencher. View the full-text article in the September 2020 issue of Violence and Gender.LISTEN TO PREVIOUS PODCASTS
Violence and Gender Podcast Episode #2: "Too often when people hear the word 'gun,' they think of men."
A two-part special issue of Violence and Gender explores research on gun violence brings together scattered research scanning multiple disciplines into one journal to provide a coherent overview of the topic shown through the lens of gender roles. Hear from guest editor Dr. Lacey Wallace on why this topic is more timely now than ever before.LISTEN TO PREVIOUS PODCASTS
Editor-in-Chief Mary Ellen O’Toole, PhD, Forensic Behavioral Consultant and Senior FBI Profiler/Criminal Investigative Analyst (ret.), discusses the impetus for the new peer-reviewed journal Violence and Gender and how you can get involved.
Jeremy Richman, PhD, Co-Founder and CEO of The Avielle Foundation discusses the intertwining missions of the Foundation and Violence and Gender aimed at preventing violence by fostering brain health research, education, and policy.