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  • Aklimunnessa, Khandoker; M. M. H. Khan; M. Kabir; and Mitsuru Mori (2007) “Prevalence and correlates of
    domestic violence by husbands against wives in Bangladesh: evidence from a national survey”, The Journal of
    Men's Health & Gender, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 52-63.
  • Alam, N.; Roy, S. K.; and T. Ahmed (2010) Sexually harassing behavior against adolescent girls in rural
    Bangladesh: Implications for achieving millennium development goals | Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Vol.
    25, No. 3, pp. 443-456.
  • Asling Monemi, Kajsa; Ruchira Tabassum Naved; and Lars Ake Persson (2008) “Violence against women and
    the risk of under-five mortality: analysis of community-based data from rural Bangladesh”, Acta Paediatrica, Vol.
    97, No. 2 (February), pp. 226-232.
  • Babul, Parvez (2011) Violence against Women and Human Rights, (Dhaka, Bangladesh: Oikko Prokashoni,
    February).
  • Bangladesh National Women Lawyers Association (2009) | Violence against Women in Bangladesh 2008 |
    Dhaka, Bangladesh: Bangladesh National Women Lawyers Association (BNWLA).
  • Chatterjee, P. (2011) Campaigns against acid violence spur change | Bulletin of the World Health Organization,
    Vol. 89, No. 1, pp. 6-7.
  • Chowdhury, Elora H. (2007) “Negotiating State and NGO Politics in Bangladesh: Women Mobilize Against Acid
    Violence”, Violence Against Women, Vol. 13, No. 8, pp. 857-873.
  • Chowdhury, Farah Deeba (2010) | Dowry, Women, and Law in Bangladesh | International Journal of Law, Policy
    and the Family, Vol. 24, No. 2 (August), pp. 198-221.
  • Cusack, Simone and Rebecca J. Cook (2007) (Review of:) "Honour" - Crimes, Paradigms, and Violence against
    Women; by: Lynn Welchman and Sara Hossan (eds.) (London: Zed Books), Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 29,
    No. 2 (May), pp. 524-533.
  • Dalal, Koustuv; Johanna Andrews; and Suraya Dawad (2012) Contraception use and associations with intimate
    partner violence among women in Bangladesh | Journal of Biosocial Science, Vol. 44, No. 1, pp. 83-94.
  • D'Costa, Bina and Sara Hossain (2010) “Redress for Sexual Violence Before the International Crimes Tribunal
    in Bangladesh: Lessons from History, and Hopes for the Future”, Criminal Law Forum, Vol. 21, No. 2 (June), pp.
    331-359.
  • Department for International Development (DFID) (2007) “Bangladeshi TV takes aim at violence against
    women”, London, UK: Department for International Development (DFID), Case Study (DFID website resource,
    August 16).
  • Feldman, Shelley (2010) “Shame and honour: The violence of gendered norms under conditions of global
    crisis”, Women's Studies International Forum, Vol. 33, No. 4, (July-August), pp. 305-315.
  • Firoze, Fawzia Karim; Rina Roy; Fayazuddin Ahmad; and Mohammad Gholam Rabbani (2007) Landmark
    judgements on violence against women of Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan (Dhaka, Bangladesh: Manusher
    Janno Foundation).
  • Gagnon, Anita J.; Lisa Merry; Jacqueline Bocking; Ellen Rosenberg; and Jacqueline Oxman-Martinez (2010) |
    South Asian migrant women and HIV/STIs: Knowledge, attitudes and practices and the role of sexual power |
    Health & Place, Vol. 16, No. 1 (January), pp. 10-15.
  • Islam, Md. Shamsul (2011) “Political Violence in Bangladesh”, in: Ali Riaz and C. Christine Fair (eds.), Political
    Islam and Governance in Bangladesh (Milton Park, Abingdon: Routledge, Routledge Contemporary South Asia
    Series), Chapter 2.
  • Johnston, Heidi Bart and Ruchira Tabassum Naved (2008) “Spousal Violence in Bangladesh: A Call for a Public-
    health Response”, Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, Vol. 26, No. 3 (September), pp. 366-377.
  • Kalantry, Sital and Jocelyn E. Getgen (2011) Combating Acid Violence in Bangladesh, India and Cambodia |
    Avon Global Center for Women and Justice and Dorothea S. Clarke Program in Feminist Jurisprudence, Paper
    1 (Cornell Law Library, Scholarship@Cornell Law: A Digital Repository).
  • Khatun, Fahmida; Ferdous Jahan; and Anisatul Fatema Yousuf (2010) “Missing dynamics of spousal violence
    discourse in Bangladesh - measuring the economic costs”, Dhaka, Bangladesh: Centre for Policy Dialogue
    (CPD), CPD Research Monograph, No. 6.
  • Menon, Rashed Khan (2009) | Land Laws, Rights and Dispute Resolution -- The Perspectives of the poor,
    women and peripheral people in Bangladesh | Dhaka, Bangladesh: Research Initiatives, Bangladesh (RIB)
    (January).
  • Mohsin, Amena and Imtiaz Ahmed (eds.) (2011) Women and militancy - South Asian complexities (Dhaka,
    Bangladesh: University Press Limited).
  • Naved, Ruchira Tabassum and Nazneen Akhtar (2008) “Spousal Violence Against Women and Suicidal Ideation
    in Bangladesh”, Womens Health Issues, Vol. 18, No. 6, pp. 442-452.
  • Nazneen, Sohela; Maheen Sultan; and Naomi Hossain (2010) | National Discourses on Women's Empowerment
    in Bangladesh: Enabling or constraining women's choices? | Development, Vol. 53, No. 2 (June), pp. 239-246.
  • Rahman, H. (2007) “Forms, Causes and Impacts of Violence against Women in Rural Bangladesh”, Journal of
    Social Studies, No. 116, pp. 26-41.
  • Rahman, M.; Hoque, M. A.; Makinoda, S. (2011) Intimate Partner Violence Against Women: Is Women
    Empowerment a Reducing Factor? A Study from a National Bangladeshi Sample | Journal of Family Violence,
    Vol. 26, No. 5, pp. 411-420.
  • Rahman, Sayma; P. N. Junankar; and Girijasankar Mallik (2009) | Factors influencing women's empowerment on
    microcredit borrowers: a case study in Bangladesh | Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, Vol. 14, No. 3
    (August), pp. 287-303.
  • Sambisa, W.; Angeles, G.; Lance, P. M.; Naved, R. T.; Thornton, J. (2011) Prevalence and correlates of
    physical spousal violence against women in slum and nonslum areas of urban Bangladesh | Journal of
    Interpersonal Violence, Vol. 26, No. 13, pp. 2592-2618.
  • Sarkar, Kamalesh; Baishali Bal; Rita Mukherjee; Sekhar Chakraborty; Suman Saha; Arundhuti Ghosh; and Scott
    Parsons (2008) “Sex-trafficking, Violence, Negotiating Skill, and HIV Infection in Brothel-based Sex Workers of
    Eastern India, Adjoining Nepal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh”, Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, Vol. 26,
    No. 2, pp. 223-231.
  • Sayem, Amir Mohammad and Mohammad Aftab Uddin Khan (2012) Women's Strategic Responses to Intimate
    Partner Violence: A Study in a Rural Community of Bangladesh | Asian Social Work and Policy Review, Vol. 6,
    No. 1, pp. 23-39.
  • Schuler, Sidney Ruth and Farzana Islam (2008) “Women's Acceptance of Intimate Partner Violence within
    Marriage in Rural Bangladesh”, Studies in Family Planning, Vol. 39, No. 1, pp. 49-58.
  • Schuler, Sidney Ruth; Lisa M. Bates; and Farzana Islam (2008) “Women's Rights, Domestic Violence, and
    Recourse Seeking in Rural Bangladesh”, Violence Against Women, Vol. 14, No. 3, pp. 326-345.
  • Schuler, Sidney Ruth; Lenzi, Rachel; Yount, Kathryn M. (2011) “Justification of Intimate Partner Violence in
    Rural Bangladesh: What Survey Questions Fail to Capture”, Studies in Family Planning, Vol. 42, No. 1 (March),
    pp. 21-28.
  • Shahidullah, Shahid and C. Nana Derby (2009) “Criminalisation, modernisation, and globalisation: the US and
    international perspectives on domestic violence”, Global Crime, Vol. 10, No. 3 (August), pp. 196-223.
  • Toufique, Mohammad Mokammel Karim and Mohammad A. Razzaque (2007) “Domestic Violence Against
    Women: Its Determinants and Implications for Gender Resource Allocation”, Helsinki, Finland: United Nations
    University (UNU) / World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER), WIDER Research Paper, No.
    2007/80 (November).
  • United Nations Population Fund (2007) “Bangladesh: Community Pressure Groups Challenge Age-old Views on
    Violence Against Women”, in: United Nations Population Fund, Programming to address violence against
    women - 10 case studies (New York: United Nations Population Fund), pp. 75-84.
  • Wahed, Tania and Abbas Bhuiya (2007) “Battered bodies & shattered minds: Violence against women in
    Bangladesh”, Indian Journal of Medical Research, Vol. 126, No. 4, pp. 341-354.
Publications of the Moment

Recognizing
International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
(25th November 2012)
the BDRC provides new publications related to
violence against women in Bangladesh
Say NO to
Violence against Women
http://www.saynotoviolence.org/