The Genocide of Battered Mothers and their Children

Fathers’ rights groups: demographic correlates and impact on custody policy.

In domestic law on January 20, 2014 at 6:45 am

See on Scoop.itBattered Mothers and Abused Children

Factors that are central to the groups’ rhetoric:

1. Representing domestic violence allegations as false.

2. Promoting presumptive joint custody and decreasing child support. 3. Portraying women as perpetrators of domestic abuse.

Fathers’ rights organizations and themes are examined in relation to state-level demographics and custody policy. The implications of fathers’ rights activism for battered women and their children

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