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From the Ted Talk "Jackson Katz: Violence against women -- it's a men's issue"

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And I just want to give you the highlights of the _________ approach, because it's a big thematic shift, although there's lots of particulars, but the _____ of it is, instead of seeing men as perpetrators and women as victims, or _____ as perpetrators, men as victims, or any combination in there. I'm using the gender ______. I know there's more than men and women, there's more than male and female. And there are women who are perpetrators, and of course there are men who are victims. There's a whole spectrum. But instead of seeing it in the binary fashion, we focus on all of us as what we call bystanders, and a bystander is defined as anybody who is not a ___________ or a ______ in a given situation, so in other words friends, teammates, colleagues, coworkers, ______ members, those of us who are not directly involved in a ____ of abuse, but we are embedded in social, family, work, school, and other peer culture relationships with ______ who might be in that situation. What do we do? How do we speak up? How do we challenge our friends? How do we support our friends? But how do we not remain silent in the face of abuse?

Solution

  1. binary
  2. family
  3. heart
  4. perpetrator
  5. people
  6. bystander
  7. victim
  8. dyad
  9. women

Original Text

And I just want to give you the highlights of the bystander approach, because it's a big thematic shift, although there's lots of particulars, but the heart of it is, instead of seeing men as perpetrators and women as victims, or women as perpetrators, men as victims, or any combination in there. I'm using the gender binary. I know there's more than men and women, there's more than male and female. And there are women who are perpetrators, and of course there are men who are victims. There's a whole spectrum. But instead of seeing it in the binary fashion, we focus on all of us as what we call bystanders, and a bystander is defined as anybody who is not a perpetrator or a victim in a given situation, so in other words friends, teammates, colleagues, coworkers, family members, those of us who are not directly involved in a dyad of abuse, but we are embedded in social, family, work, school, and other peer culture relationships with people who might be in that situation. What do we do? How do we speak up? How do we challenge our friends? How do we support our friends? But how do we not remain silent in the face of abuse?

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