Chapter 4 — Domestic Violence Statistics

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Other Chapters

| 1 — Charged with Domestic Violence? | 2 — Protection Orders | 3 — Domestic Violence |

| 5 — Stalking | 6 — DV And The Law | 7 — Colorado Judges—Citizen's Review | 8 — Demographics Of Domestic Violence In Colorado |

| 9 — Male Perspective | 10 — Female of the Species | 11 — Violent Women | 12 — Stories Of Violent Women And Abused Men In Colorado |

| 13 — Women Who Killed Their Partners In Colorado | 14 — Applicable Colorado Laws | 15 — Social Goals | 16 — Other Sources For Help |


 

Sections

How Common Is Domestic Violence? by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Domestic Violence Against Men Is The Most Underreported Crime by Tom James, Esq.

Advocacy Research by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Processes Explaining The Concealment And Distortion Of Evidence On Gender Symmetry In Intimate Partner Violence by Murray. A. Straus, Ph.D.

Gathering Statistics by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.

Reading Between The Numbers by Wendy McElroy

Domestic Violence Studies

Methodological Issues — Archival Data versus Scientific Research by Tom James, Esq.

Battered Women And Battered Statistics by Richard L. Davis, A.L.M.

Rhetorical Statistics And Domestic Violence Law by John P. Rooney, J.D.

National Institute of Justice Studies Are Ignored by Richard L. Davis, A.L.M.

Are Domestic Violence Statistics Bogus? by Wendy McElroy

The Low-Road to Disaster — Advocacy Research by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D.