Talking Research

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Summary

Dr Stephen Burrell is an Assistant Professor (Research) in the Department of Sociology at Durham University. He completed his PhD on engaging men and boys in the prevention of men's violence against women in England in the Department of Sociology at Durham University in 2019. He is now undertaking an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Department. This is building on his PhD research by exploring opportunities for the business sector to contribute to preventing violence against women and encouraging men and boys to play a role in such efforts.

In this conversation, we spoke about Stephen's work exploring the history of men's involvement with feminist movements focused at ending men's violence against women, the importance and risks of engaging men in these movements and what we can all do to challenge inequalities. Stephen also explained strategies of engaging men and boys better in movements aimed at preventing me's violence against women, pro-feminism and concepts such as the 'pedestal-effect'.

Research Discussed:

Burrell, S.R. (2020). Male agents of change and disassociating from the problem in the prevention of violence against women. In Masculine Power and Gender Equality: Masculinities as Change Agents. Luyt, R. & Starck, K. Cham: Springer. 35-54.

What is Talking Research?

Talking Research features in-depth interviews with prominent academics and researchers who study sexual violence across disciplines. The aim is to make academic knowledge and research on sexual violence accessible. Every Wednesday, guests talk about their research, their findings, the process, the challenges and everything else in between. talkingresearchpodcast@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/talkingresearch https://twitter.com/talk_research

Organisations that provide support:

India: https://yourstory.com/2016/04/women-helpline-india
Scotland: https://www.rapecrisisscotland.org.uk/
England & Wales: https://rapecrisis.org.uk/
USA: https://www.rainn.org/