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Woman Killing: Intimate Femicide in Ontario 1974-1994 | Dawson, Gartner, Crawford

Summary:

This early paper on femicide, dating back to 1999, reviews major findings from the research about women killed by their intimate partners in Ontario.

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Between 1974 and 1994, killings by intimate partners accounted for between 63% and 76% of all women killed in Ontario. It documents trends in intimate femicide, characteristics of victims and offenders, circumstances of the killings, and criminal justice responses to offenders. It also discusses the gender-specific nature of intimate femicides and identifies ways in which intimate partner killings by males and females are distinctly different.

The research paper is only available on Research Gate.

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Woman Killing: Intimate Femicide in Ontario 1974-1994 | Dawson, Gartner, Crawford

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Executive Summary

This early paper on femicide, dating back to 1999, reviews major findings from the research about women killed by their intimate partners in Ontario.

Rosemary Gartner, Myrna Dawson, Maria Crawford — University of Toronto et al.

 

Between 1974 and 1994, killings by intimate partners accounted for between 63% and 76% of all women killed in Ontario. It documents trends in intimate femicide, characteristics of victims and offenders, circumstances of the killings, and criminal justice responses to offenders. It also discusses the gender-specific nature of intimate femicides and identifies ways in which intimate partner killings by males and females are distinctly different.

The research paper is only available on Research Gate.