Phil Cook, Author/Journalist
PO Box 1132 Tualatin, OR 97062
E-mail: philip.cook at comcast dot net
Iâm involved with NCFM because I support the organization’s goals of being dedicated to the removal of harmful sex based stereotypes and discrimination against men, their children, families, and the women who love them. I am particularly interested in NCFM’s work to help all victims of family violence.
Mr. Cook is the author of Abused Men-The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence (Praeger/Greenwood). His work objectively examines and explains relevant research results, the feelings and problems of interviewed victims, and provider and media response to the issue. He has examined scores of national and international domestic violence and family programs and evaluated their potential for helpful replication. âIt reads like 1,000 Dear Abby lettersâŚFascinatingâŚbut it explains the many aspects of domestic violence. A wealth of material that could be helpful,â Dear Abbyâ Abigail Van Buren, Syndicated Columnist. âThe wife with a rolling pin is no joke, but a statistical factâŚCook shows at length, that the sexes have two contrasting strategiesâŚBy Cookâs own standards, those of a journalist, this is a highly successful book.â -West Coast Review of Books
Mr. Cook holds a degree in Journalism from the University of Oregon. He has appeared on numerous national radio and television shows such as CNN, MSNBC, Fox News Networkâs âThe OâReilly Factorâ & âThe Crier Reportâ, âThe Sally Jesse Raphael Showâ, âThe Montel Williams Showâ, âThe Home and Family Showâ, Westwood Radio Networkâs Jim Bohannon and Dirk Van Shows, CBS radio, and more than 50 radio talk shows in cities around the nation. His articles have appeared in Employee Assistance Professional âExchangeâ Magazine, The Oregonian, Deseret News, The Vancouver Columbian and other daily newspapers. He has contributed to these anthology books: Opposing Viewpoints-Greenhaven Press; Everything You Know Is Wrong and You Are Being Lied to-Disinformation Press; and with co-authors in the distinguished academic publication, âThe Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment.â He has been quoted as an expert on male victimization in domestic violence incidents by The National Associated Press, Canadian Associated Press, âMedical Economics Magazine, â âLaw Enforcement Technologyâ and many daily newspapers. âI highly recommend him as a speaker and the research he has done for your organization,â James J. Londis Ph.D. Director of Ethics and Values Integration, Kettering Medical Center.