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1227I erred; I will be on the Rutherford talk show
- AdvocateJul 3, 2012I will be on his show on Wednesday; sorry about that
On 7/3/2012 1:37 PM, Advocate wrote:
I will be on Dave's show talking about the father who used MASH4077
men's shelter Tuesday 10:30 MST.
Please be there.
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On 7/3/2012 1:27 PM, Advocate wrote:
> This is what I wrote to the Task Force; the more people who contact
> them has a better chance of them reconsidering ignoring men by
> including them in the study.
> For your evaluation;
> * the scope of the review is outdated; international recognition of
> male victims of female perpetrated domestic violence is being
> recognized and included into studies and data collection
> * the data collected will be of no relevance as there is no base
> line for comparison; is IPV a high or low number for women?
> Without a comparison group for comparison the results can not be
> used to determine if the issue is serious or not. The number will
> be just a number.
> * any exclusion of any similar group provides biased results;
> whether the exclusion is arrived from the patriarchal myth that
> women do not wrong or the gender bias man hating political
> feminist who believe that men can do no right, single data
> collection demonstrated gender bias and discrimination
> * I personally doubt that the US Preventive Services Task Force
> included the male voice into the discussion; which demonstrates
> gender bias and gender discrimination associated with third world
> * If the Task Force truly interested to better understand IPV it is
> only reasonable and rational to include all groups into the data
> * Previous data collection separated groups into whites
> Afro-American and Hispanics; it also makes study sense to separate
> collected data into male and female.
> * the scope of the data collection demonstrates gender bias of
> exclusion; the male voice is excluded and the IPV originated by
> women is excluded.
> It is suggested to broaden the scope of the data collection to include
> male victims of female perpetrated domestic violence IPV by including,
> rather than excluding, asking men. The number of people being asked
> remains the same but also includes men into the data collection and a
> second category pf male gender be included rather than being excluded.
> On 7/3/2012 8:53 AM, USPSTF Coordinator wrote:
> Thank you.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: *USPSTF Coordinator* <coordinator@...
> Date: Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 6:21 PM
> Subject: Question about Gender Bias
> To: male6@... <mailto:male6@...>
> Dear Sir-
> Thank you for your question regarding the focus of the recent US
> Preventive Services Task Force draft recommendation on screening women
> for intimate partner violence (IPV)and for sharing the information
> contained in your email.The Task Force recognizes that IPV is a very
> serious issue for all families and genders, but specific evidence on
> men and IPV was outside the scope of this review. The Task Force is
> encouraging thatadditional research is needed to help get a better
> understanding of this aspect of IPV.
> Again, thank you for your interest in the work of the Task Force.
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