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Moderate Fantasy Violence

Nick Bryan & Alastair JR Ball

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Welcome to Moderate Fantasy Violence, a fortnightly podcast about pop culture and the world around it, as discussed by Nick Bryan and Alastair JR Ball. Nick will probably launch into a tangent about comics, Alastair will likely go for politics. Both are equally worthwhile.
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Welcome to RESOLVing Violence. A podcast that delves deep into the heart of creating safer communities. Join us as we explore the vital work of RESOLVE Saskatchewan, a key component of the prairie-based research network dedicated to ending violence, particularly among girls and women. Our podcast uncovers the impactful research, strategies, and collaborations that drive the mission to eliminate violence. From thought-provoking discussions to insightful stories, we're your guide to understand ...
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A podcast from the SVRI, the Sexual Violence Research Initiative. Our vision is to see a world free of violence against women and violence against children. Hear from expert guests as we discover how to make that vision a reality. Donate here: http://svri.org/content/donate-0
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A Tradition of Violence

A Tradition of Violence

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A Tradition of Violence is a podcast about deputy gangs that operate within the LA County Sheriff’s Department. Host Cerise Castle wrote the history of deputy gangs in LA for Knock LA, exposing their 50-year reign of terror and murder.
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Un an après le début du mouvement des gilets jaunes, cette création sonore raconte la radicalisation d’une jeune femme en réaction à la répression policière. “Légitime Violence", les raisons de la colère, est une fiction documentaire réalisée par Sarah Lefèvre, Pierre Chaffanjon, Charlie Dupiot et Ivan Vronsky. Première production du label Convergence.
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This podcast is intended to create awareness about violence prevention. We are a non for profit organization that addresses violence in all its forms against all persons. We welcome all and just want to continue show our support and continue to advocate for violence prevention.
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Silence Is Violence

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Silence Is Violence features awesome new music, interviews and live sessions. Join us as we debate the big topics in the music industry with plenty of light hearted banter. We love local music!
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About Violence is a podcast that focuses on real-world experiences with friends and special guests about the positives and negatives of violence and what you can do about it. You are going to discover that there is a lot you can do to prepare and save lives if you open your mind and explore what you can do to get ready. The goal is to inspire you to protect and preserve human life.
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To the school board and faculty of Highland High School, I would like to discuss the safety of our students in schools. Cover art photo provided by Bia Andrade on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@biawashere
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Domestic Violence & Me

Domestic Violence & Me

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A Christian woman speaking about Domestic Abuse in support of people of ANY gender, ANY religion and ANY walk of life. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marilyn0/support
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Created for 2022's 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based violence campaign, Activate aims to bring you up-to-date and intersectional views on gender-based violence and domestic abuse. Our guests are a mix of survivors and professionals working in the field of gender-based violence, and each has an important message about how we can unite to end gender-based violence for good. Bring an open mind and prepare to be inspired to carry out some easy activism yourself!
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This Podcast Series is part of Noria’s Mexico and Central America Program, and belongs to our "Violence Takes Place" project. We are delighted to present a set of conversations on gender, geography, and violence against women in rural Mexico and Central America. Six episodes with the leading women working on violence in the region: researchers, journalists, activists. Discover their work, their newest books, and their ongoing investigative projects.
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Hello I'm a domestic violence Survivor , I was chocked hospitalized and realsed to the streets . Years later that inspired me to create the butterfly effect project fi provide peer-to-peer support and guide women to resources in the area. I am hoping to open a nonprofit organization and Safe House for domestic violence victims and survivors. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/makayla073/support
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Domestic Violence for Men

Domestic Violence for Men

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This Podcast will provide information and a voice for men who have suffered the effects of domestic violence. I will dive deep into the cycle of abuse, the various forms of abuse, and the proper steps that should be taken to make yourself heard. In addition, I will discuss narcissism and what to look out for. Full disclosure I am not a therapist, counselor, or have any experience in this field. What I am is a survivor of Domestic Violence who wants to make this issue known. Cover art photo p ...
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Trigger Warning: The following episode discusses sensitive and potentially triggering topics related to sexual attraction to minors, stigma, mental health challenges, and suicidality. Listener discretion is advised. If any of these subjects may cause you discomfort or distress, please consider skipping this episode or listening with caution. In thi…
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Why is it still so hard to talk about sexual exploitation and abuse within humanitarian agencies? What are we doing to safeguard against this kind of violence? While we are slowly building the tools and policies to combat the issues, there are still barriers and challenges the sector needs to address. In this episode we discuss whether attitudes an…
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In this stimulating episode of Resolving Violence, we have the pleasure of welcoming Alisia Palermo, a doctoral candidate at the University of Saskatchewan. Diving deep into her groundbreaking master's thesis, Alisia shares her exploration into the intricate world of sexual consent among university students, the prevailing sexual scripts, and the e…
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In this episode of Resolving Violence, we delve into the harrowing realities faced by Indigenous women and girls confronting violence. Our featured guest, Kandice Parker, PhD, presents cutting-edge research from the Canadian Prairies, exposing the myths surrounding Indigenous violence and highlighting the disproportionate victimization rates. Join …
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In this episode of Resolving Violence, we flipping the script as we sit down with our regular host, Arianna Gibson – a graduate student in clinical psychology at the University of Saskatchewan. Arianna delves into her research on stigma, specifically examining its impact on mental illness and relationships. She sheds light on the various complexiti…
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Back to Nick's superhero territory this fortnight, with the second season of powers-focused sitcom Extraordinary (20:40) and the first two issues of the new Ultimate Spider-Man series (36:02) from Marvel Comics. Fuller shownotes on ModerateFantasyViolence.comעל ידי Nick Bryan & Alastair JR Ball
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In this episode of Resolving Violence, we are joined by Rachel Loewen Walker, an assistant professor and program chair of the Women's and Gender Studies in the department of Political Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. Together, we explore her recently published paper titled "Call It Misogyny." Throughout our conversation, Rachel provides p…
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In today's episode of "Resolving Violence," we're joined by Dr. Ian McPhail, a seasoned clinical psychologist and research associate specializing in the complex psychological patterns associated with pedophilia and sexual offenses against children. Our conversation sheds light on the innovative 'Talking For Change' helpline and treatment program. D…
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A big episode for Alastair this week, as we cover his annual Oscar predictions audio extravaganza, and the new Dune movie (16:11, with hard spoilers from 25:24), plus bonus piracy with Our Flag Means Death season 2 (36:52, spoilers from 43:34). Fuller shownotes on ModerateFantasyViolence.comעל ידי Nick Bryan & Alastair JR Ball
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In today's episode of Resolving Violence, we explore the groundbreaking work of the Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan (SASS). As a provincial non-profit organization, SASS collaborates with frontline agencies, community partners, and governments to provide vital support and advocacy for those impacted by sexual violence in Saskatchewan. With …
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In this episode of the Resolving Violence Podcast, listeners are treated to a profound conversation with Morgana Machea, a dedicated program manager at the Aboriginal Friendship Centres of Saskatchewan. With a rich background in gender studies and activism, Morgana shares insights from their MA thesis, illuminating the resilience of indigenous wome…
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In today's episode of Resolving Violence we're joined by Keira Stockdale, an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and Health Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. Keira's vast expertise in clinical, correctional, forensic, and police psychology sets the stage for an enlightening discussion on her groundbreaking research collabor…
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In today's episode of Resolving Violence, we had the privilege of speaking with Dr. Jaris Swidrowich, an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto's Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and a trailblazer in Indigenous health and LGBTQ+ healthcare. Dr. Swidrowich's delves into the complexities of vaccine hesitancy among Indigenous populations in Ca…
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We're covering two separate ends of the movie spectrum this fortnight, with thoughtful current Oscar-contending movie American Fiction (15:40) on one side, and last year's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem (29:38) on the other. Fuller shownotes at ModerateFantasyViolence.comעל ידי Nick Bryan & Alastair JR Ball
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In this episode of the Resolving Violence Podcast, our guests Dr. Holly Graham and Doreen Waskewitch delve into the transformative work of the nehiyaw wicihitwin (Cree helping Cree) program, centered on addressing violence and abuse within Indigenous communities. Dr. Graham, an associate professor with extensive experience in Indigenous health and …
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What works and what doesn’t in reducing violence driven by gender inequality? While many teams around the world search for the perfect intervention methods to address this pervasive issue, finding out whether those interventions actually work is extremely difficult. In this episode we discuss the effectiveness and drawbacks of complex evaluation me…
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Welcome back to another insightful episode of the Resolving Violence Podcast! Today, we had the immense privilege of sitting down with the brilliant Dr. Lise Milne, Associate Professor at the University of Regina and the powerhouse behind groundbreaking research in child welfare and intimate partner violence. In this episode, Dr. Milne takes us on …
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In the latest episode of the Resolving Violence podcast, we are joined by historian and PhD candidate, Candice Klein. Join the conversation as we delve into her groundbreaking research, "If My Wife Had Been Home, This Would Never Have Happened: Incest in Saskatchewan, 1901 to 1931." Through her extensive study, Candice explores the intricate factor…
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To shift the balance of power and control, to end violence driven by gender inequality, we need deep systemic change. Creating just and inclusive systems for change requires more funding for research - and that funding needs to support the communities at the frontline of violence. In this episode we learn about global collaborative Co-Impact’s radi…
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On this episode of the Resolving Violence podcast, our special guest is Carrie Buchanan, Associate Professor and Psychology Department Head at St. Thomas More College. Carrie leads a research team focused on developing educational programs for preventing gender-based violence on campus. In today's discussion, she shares the challenges encountered w…
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This week on the @about_violence Podcast, we are joined by Vincent Rocco Vargas (@vincent.rocco.vargas). VINCENT VARGAS served 4 years of active duty in the United States Army, including 3 combat deployments with the 2nd Battalion of the elite 75th Ranger Regiment. In 2009, he became a Federal Agent with the Department of Homeland Security and serv…
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The new year 2024 has begun, and that can only mean one thing - time for Moderate Fantasy Violence to talk about the previous one! Nick and Alastair assemble to look back on the movies (9:47) and TV shows (35:47) of 2023, both giving a broad overview chat, then running down their top 5 favourites each. Fuller shownotes (and full-length year-end sum…
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Time for our festive late-2000s nostalgia special, as we cover the Doctor Who 60th anniversary Fourteenth Doctor specials (11:38) and the new Scott Pilgrim Takes Off anime (36:36). Fairly liberal spoilers for both, so recommend watching them before listening if you're heavily invested in either property. Especially the Scott Pilgrim one. Fuller sho…
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This fortnight, there's all kinds of sinister things happening at the universities, as we cover polarising dark academia movie Saltburn (13:49) and edgy superkids-at-uni show Gen V (37:05), a spin-off from The Boys. Fair warning - we manage not to explicitly spoil Saltburn, but do heavily imply the nature of the ending. You may want to see the film…
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This week on the @about_violence Podcast, we are joined by Josh Smith (@joshsmithknives) Master Bladesmith and founder of @montanaknifecompany . Josh grew up in Lincoln, Montana on the edge of the Bob Marshall Wilderness. At the age of 11 Josh’s baseball coach, Rick Dunkerley, began teaching him how to make knives. In the very beginning, Josh would…
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In today's episode of the Resolving Violence podcast, we have a special guest with us, Shaylyn White. Shaylyn recently defended their master's thesis, which focuses on the media representation of queer women. In this thought-provoking discussion, Shaylyn delves into the concept of symbolic annihilation and its impact on queer individuals. We explor…
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This week's episode of the Resolving Violence podcast, we dive into the discussion surrounding the Ontario Domestic Assault Risk Assessment (ODARA). We welcome guest expert , Jennifer Hegel who sheds light on the importance of understanding and addressing the factors influencing violence. The ODARA consists of thirteen items that help assess the ri…
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In today's episode of the Resolving Violence podcast, we welcome back Cailey Strauss and delve deeper into her dissertation findings on victim-offender mediation (VOM). But before we get into the main topic, we address the important issue of colonial appropriation of restorative justice, as discussed in Cailey's research. We explore how indigenous …
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In the latest episode of the Resolving Violence podcast, we discuss Jorden Cumming's groundbreaking grounded theory paper on parents' experiences with their child's trauma. This episode sheds light on the often overlooked role of parents in the healing process after a traumatic event and highlights the significant impact they have on their child's …
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This week on the @about_violence Podcast, we are joined by Brandon Shake & Peter S Ford. Representing DefenseScripts, Brandon Shake combines military discipline with deep expertise in the technological sphere. With seven years in cybersecurity and 15 years of business continuity under his belt, his experiences complement those of the other leaders …
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In this week's episode, we're joined by Sarah Mohammed as we explore the experiences of newcomers and children of newcomers in Saskatoon, who have faced social fracture due to not belonging to their original community. We discuss how they are searching for a community that aligns with their values and offers compatibility and reinforcement. Through…
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It's our double-centennial episode! And to mark this frankly unnecessary amount of podcasting, we recommend more of our all-time favourites, with Nick bringing popular comic series Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye (15:08) and Alastair supplying cult movie The Royal Tenembaums (32:52). Fuller shownotes at ModerateFantasyViolence.com…
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In today's episode of the Resolving Violence podcast the concept of restorative justice takes center stage. Dr. Cailey Strauss dives deep into the transformative power of victim-offender mediation, highlighting the importance of building connections and understanding between youth involved in offenses. The episode sheds light on the positive outcom…
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In the newest episode of the Resolving Violence podcast, we delve into current Canadian prairie-based research on violence and abuse. We have the privilege of speaking with Dr. Kelsi Toews, a registered doctoral psychologist who specializes in treating child and adolescent anxiety disorders, perinatal mental health, and child developmental disorder…
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In the latest thought-provoking episode of the Resolving Violence podcast, Crystal Giesbrecht delves deep into the intersection of intimate partner violence (IPV) and animal maltreatment. Crystal, the director of research and communications at the Provincial Association Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan (PAADs), shares her findings fro…
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In this week's episode of the Resolving Violence podcast, we're joined by Jessica McLean; a passionate advocate and researcher in the field of gender-based violence. Tune in as she sheds light on the groundbreaking use of digital storytelling to empower survivors of abuse and violence. Jessica delves into how social media platforms like Twitter, Fa…
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This week on the @about_violence Podcast, we are joined by Dr. Beau Hightower. @dr.beauhightower Dr. Beau Hightower earned the first of three Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology from the University of New Mexico. He later earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Anatomy, followed by a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health and Wellness. Dr. Hightowe…
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In the latest episode of the Resolving Violence podcast, we dive into the complex world of the incel community and its potential connection to body image issues with assistant professor Brandon Sparks. This episode uncovers thought-provoking insights and challenges regarding a group often misunderstood by society. Sparks conducts his research by dr…
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This week's episode of the RESOLVing Violence Podcast we sit down with Dr. Alexandra Zidenberg, to delve into her research on victim body weight and its influence on perceptions of sexual violence cases. This thought-provoking study sheds light on an often overlooked factor in understanding and addressing issues related to sexual violence. Dr. Zide…
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In a world where accurate data is paramount to addressing and resolving societal issues, the absence of a comprehensive tracking tool for gender violence in Saskatchewan is a pressing concern. In our debut episodes of the Resolving Violence Podcast, we interviewed Karen Wood, a renowned researcher and former director of Resolve Saskatchewan. She sh…
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