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Alan Berkowitz, Peter Jaffe, Dean Peacock, Barri Rosenbluth, and Carole
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Berkowitz, Alan. An Interview with Alan Berkowitz on Men's Role in Ending
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Berkowitz, Alan D. "An Overview of the Social Norms Approach." Linda C.
Lederman, Ph.D. and Lea P. Stewart, Ph.D. Changing the Culture of College Drinking. Cresskill: Hampton Press Inc., 2005. 193-214.
Berkowitz, Alan D. "Critical Elements of Sexual-Assualt Prevention and Risk-
Reduction Programs for Men and Women." Kilmartin, Christopher. Sexual Assault in Context. Holmes Beach: Learning Publications, Inc., 2001. 75-96.
Berkowitz, Alan D. "Fostering Healthy Norms to Prevent Violence and Abuse:
The Social Norms Approach(Draft Copy available in Office of Anti-Violence Initiatives)." Preventing Sexual Violence and Exploitation: A Sourcebook. Wood and Barnes Publishers, 2006. 1-27.
Berkowitz, Alan D. "Fostering Men's Responsibility For Preventing Sexual
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Berkowitz, Alan D. "Sexual Assault Prevention." Aronson, Editors: Michael
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An Overview (Part One)." National Electronic Network on Violence Against Women October 2004.
Berkowitz, Alan. "Guidelines for Consent in Intimate Relationships." Campus
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et.al. "Outcomes of a Randomized Community-Level HIV Prevention Intervention for Women Living in 18 Low-Income Housing Developments." American Journal of Public Health 90.1 (2000): 57-60.
Marsha E. Wolf, Uyen Ly, Margaret A. Hobart, and Mary A. Kernic.
"Barriers to Seeking Police Help for Intimate Partner Violence." Journal of Family Violence 18.2 (2003): 121-129.
Micahel A. Anderson, Paulette Marie Gillig, Marilyn Sitaker, Kathy
McCloskey, Kathleen Malloy, and Nancy Grigsby. ""Why Doesn't She Just Leave?": A Descriptive Study of Victim Reported Impediments to Her Safety." Journal of Family Violence 18.3 (2003): 151-155.
Murphy, Jeffrey A. Kelly and Debra A. "Randomised, controlled, community
level HIV-prevention intervention for sexaul-risk behaviour among homosexual men in US cities." The Lancet 22 November 1997: 1500.
Nancy J. Shook, Deborah A. Gerrity, Joan Jurich, and Allen E. Segrist.
"Courtship Violence Among College Students: A Comparison of Verbally and Physically Abusive Couples." Journal of Family Violence 15.1 (2000): 1-22.
Patricia M. Fabiano, PhD, et al. "Engaging Men as Social Justice Allies in
Ending Violence Against Women: Evidence for a Social Norms Approach." Journal of American College Health 52.3 (2003): 105-112.
Petretic, Jennifer L. Broach and Patricia A. "Beyond Traditional Definitions of
Assault: Expanding Our Focus to Include Sexually Coercive Experiences." Journal of Family Violence (2006): 477-486.
Ryan, Kathryn M. "The Relationship Between Courtship Violence and Sexual
Aggression in College Students." Journal of Family Violence 13.4 (1998): 377-394.