Policy Reports

Claire Waxman (victim’s commissioner for London), in collaboration with Hine, B., Murphy, A., & MOPAC (Mayor’s Office and Policing and Crime) (July 2019). The London Rape Review: A review of cases from 2016

Hine, B. (March 21, 2017). Challenging the gendered discourse of domestic violence: Comments on the Istanbul Convention. Published as part of the ‘Gifted Women, Fragile Men’ EUROMIND Monographic Series, European Parliament.

Refereed articles in academic journals

Hine, B. A., Bates, E. A., Graham-Kevan, N., & Mackay, J. (in press). Comparing the demographic characteristics, and reported abuse type, contexts and outcomes of help-seeking heterosexual male and female victims of domestic violence: Part II – Exit from specialist services. Partner Abuse.

Hine, B. A., Bates, E. A., Mackay, J., & Graham-Kevan, N. (2022). Comparing the demographic characteristics, and reported abuse type, contexts and outcomes of help-seeking heterosexual male and female victims of domestic violence: Part I – Who presents to specialist services? Partner Abuse.

Hine, B. A., Murphy, A., & Churchyard, J. (2021). Development and validation of the MRMAS: a male-on-male rape myth acceptance scale. Heliyon. 

Hine, B. A., Wallace, S., & Bates, E. A. (2021). Understanding the Profile and Needs of Abused Men: Exploring Call Data from a Male Domestic Violence Charity in the United Kingdom. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 

Murphy, A. D., Hine, B. A., Yesberg, J. A., Wunsch, D., & Charleton, B. (2021). Lessons from London: a contemporary examination of the factors affecting attrition among rape complaints. Psychology, Crime & Law, 1-33. 

Hine, B. A., Murphy, A. D., Yesberg, J. A., Wunsch, D., Charleton, B., & Widanaralalage Don, B. K. (2021). Mapping the landscape of male-on-male rape in London: an analysis of cases involving male victims reported between 2005 and 2012. Police Practice and Research, 22(1), 109-126. 

Hine, B. A., Bates, E., & Wallace, S. (2020). ‘I have guys call me and say “I can’t be the victim of domestic abuse”’: Exploring the experiences of telephone support providers for male victims of domestic violence and abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 37, NP5594-NP5625. 

Hine, B. A., Noku, L., Bates, E., & Jayes, K. (2020). But, who is the victim here? Exploring judgements towards hypothetical bidirectional domestic violence scenarios. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 37,  NP5495-NP5516. 

Walker, K., Sleath, E., Hatcher, R. M., Hine, B. A., & Crookes, R., (2019). Non-consensual sharing of private sexually explicit media amongst university students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26, NP9078-NP9108. doi: 

Hine, B. A. (2019). Pick a new #LANE: How can we increase boys’ participation and interest in Literature and Language, the Arts, Nursing, and Education and Early Years? New Vistas, 5(10), 24-30 

Hine, B. A., & Murphy, A. (2019). The Influence of ‘High’ vs. ‘Low’ Rape Myth Acceptance on Police Officers’ Judgements of Victim and Perpetrator Responsibility, and Rape Authenticity. Journal of Criminal Justice, 60, 100-107. 

Murphy, A., & Hine, B. A. (2019). Investigating the demographic and attitudinal predictors of rape myth acceptance in UK Police officers: developing an evidence-base for training and professional development. Psychology, Crime & Law, 25, 69-89. 

Hine, B. A., England, D., Lopreore, K., Skora, E., & Hartwell, L. (2018). The Rise of the Androgynous Princess: Examining Representations of Gender in Prince and Princess Characters of Disney Movies Released 2009–2016. Social Sciences (Special Edition), 7, 245

Hine, B. A., Ivanovic, K., & England, D. (2018). From the Sleeping Princess to the World-Saving Daughter of the Chief: Examining Young Children’s Perceptions of ‘Old’ versus ‘New’ Disney Princess Characters. Social Sciences (Special Edition), 7, 161

Hine, B. A., & Murphy, A. (2017). The impact of victim-perpetrator relationship, reputation and initial point of resistance on officers’ responsibility and authenticity ratings towards hypothetical rape cases. Journal of Criminal Justice, 49, 1-13. 

Hine, B. A. (2016). Identifying the male prosocial niche: the gender-typing of prosocial behaviour across childhood and adolescence. European Journal of Developmental Psychology. Currently published online. 

Hine, B. A., & Northeast, T. (2016). Using feed-forward strategies in higher education. New Vistas, 2, 28-33 

Leman, P., Ben-Hmeda, M., Cox, J., Loucas, C., Seltzer-Eade, S., Hine, B. A. (2013). Normativity and friendship choices among ethnic majority and minority group children. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 37, 202-210

Chapters in edited books:

Hine, B. A., & Hine, I. J. (in press). Fathers and Intimate Partner Violence: An Autoethnographic Analysis of Current Literature on Men’s experiences of Parental Alienation. In E. A. Bates & J. C. Taylor (Eds.) Domestic Violence Against Men and Boys: Experiences of Male Victims of Intimate Partner Violence. London, UK: Taylor & Francis 

Hine, B. A., Murphy, A. D., Williams, E., & Widanaralalage Don, B. K. (in press). Listening to ‘Leading Voices’: Using Expert Insight to Identify Challenges to, and Suggestions for the Improvement of, Rape Investigation and Prosecution in England and Wales. In E. Johnston (Ed.) Current Challenges in Criminal Justice. 

Hine, B. A. (2019). “It can’t be that bad, I mean, he’s a guy”: Exploring judgements towards domestic abuse scenarios varied by perpetrator and victim gender, and abuse type. In E. A. Bates & J. C. Taylor (Eds.) Intimate Partner Violence: New Perspectives in Research and Practice (pp. 43-57). London, UK: Routledge 

Hine, B. A., Leman, P. (2013). The developing relationship between gender and prosocial behaviour. In P. Leman & H. Tenenbaum (Eds.), Gender and Development (pp. 78-108). Hove, UK: Psychology Press