Daily Mail article about men’s experiences including comments around my research
A podcast discussing my research around men’s post-separation experiences of abuse
A video made where actors read out men’s real experiences of domestic violence (made with the University of Cumbria)
A piece exploring non-physical forms of abuse
I was asked to speak to men’s experiences of domestic violence on a piece they were filming around a male refuge
My research featured as one of 100 pieces of research in this campaign
An article I wrote for the Telegraph Men’s section about the need to raise awareness of men’s experiences of domestic violence.
Matt Webb speaks to Dr Liz Bates about her research into male victims of Domestic Violence and female perpetrators.
A report by a lecturer at the University of Cumbria suggests that women are more aggressive than men in relationships.
The general perception of aggression in heterosexual relationships is that it seems to stem from the man, but a new study has found that actually women are more likely than men to be controlling and aggressive towards their partners.
Men are often thought to be the more aggressive partner, but a new study suggests this is not the case.
Women may be more likely to be aggressive to their partners than men, according to a study presented this week as part of a symposium on intimate partner violence (IPV) at the British Psychological Society’s Division of Forensic Psychology annual conference in Glasgow 2014.