This chapter focuses on the different hiding strategies of male violence. It shows that the two principal strategies are denying and legitimising. The first section discusses legitimising male violence in the family and outside the family. The next section focuses on denial, which includes discussions on legislation on joint custody and denying incest in practice.
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