#MeToo in regional, rural and remote Australia: An analysis of regional newspapers reports profiling the movement
Loney-Howes, Rachel; Fileborn, Bianca (2020-09)
The #MeToo movement sparked a global conversation and moment of reckoning in relation to sexual violence. The hashtag campaign, developed from a tweet sent by actress Alyssa Milano (though the phrase was originally coined ...
Fitting In: A Book Review Essay on Rural Prisons and Prisoner Re-entry through the Lens of a Rural Critical Criminology
Gido, Rosemary; Donnermeyer, Joseph F. (2020-09)
Intimate partner femicide in context: An examination of firearm type across the rural/urban divide
Mancik, Ashley M.; Stansfield, Richard; Kinard, Sylessia M. (2020-09)
Previous research on intimate partner homicide (IPH) has established that intimate partner homicides are overwhelmingly committed with a firearm. Emerging research suggests the risk of partner violence turning lethal in ...
Violence against women of Belize in rural communities
Warren-Gordon, Kiesha (2020-09)
Belize is a diverse Central American country with a population of approximately 324,528, of which over 54% live in rural communities. The Belizean population is made up of Mestizo, Afro-Creole, Maya, Garifuna, and Mennonite ...
A perfect storm: Violence toward women in the Bakken oil patch
Ruddell, Rick; Britto, Sarah (2020-09)
Communities in the Bakken region of Montana and North Dakota that experienced a resource-based boom starting in the mid-2000s had significant increases in the volume and seriousness of violence toward women. We identify ...
The impact of rurality on women's 'space for action' in domestic violence: Findings from a meta-synthesis
Farhall, Kate; Harris, Bridget; Woodlock, Delanie (2020-09)
Men's violence against women is a global human rights issue, with domestic violence one of the most common forms (World Health Organization, 2017). The consequences of domestic violence include detrimental effects on ...
Guest Editor's Introduction to Volume 5, Issue 2
DeKeseredy, Walter S. (2020-09)
Thinking theoretically about male violence against women in rural places: A review of the extant sociological literature and suggestions for future theorizing
DeKeseredy, Walter S.; Rennison, Callie M. (2020-09)
Sociological research on male-to-female violence against women in rural places has mushroomed over the past 20 years. Nonetheless, theoretical developments are not keeping pace with the burgeoning contemporary empirical ...