Role of Community and Culture
Asterisks (*) denote publications with Available Data.
Domestic Violence Publications
- Benson, M. L. and Fox, G. L. (2004). When violence hits home: How economics and neighborhood play a role. NCJ 205004. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- Benson, M. L. and Fox, G. L. (2002). Economic distress, community context and intimate violence: An application and extension of social disorganization theory. NCJ 193434. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- Benson, M. L., Fox, G. L., DeMaris, A., and Van Wyk, J. (2003). Neighborhood disadvantage, individual economic distress and violence against women in intimate relationships. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 19 (3), 207 - 235.
- Benson, M. L., Woolredge, J., Thistlewaite, A. B., and Fox, G. L. (2004). The correlation between race and domestic violence is confounded with community context. Social Problems, 51 (3), 326 – 342.
- Bent-Goodley, T. B. (2005). Culture and domestic violence: Transforming knowledge development. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20 (2), 195 - 203.
- Block, C. R. and Skogan, W. G. (2001). Do collective efficacy and community capacity make a difference “behind closed doors”? NCJ 194711. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- Campbell, J. C. and Manganello, J. (2006). Changing public attitudes as a prevention strategy to reduce intimate partner violence. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 13 (3/4), 13 - 39.
- Charvat, A. (1989). The significance of the social bond in predicting family violence. Dissertation, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
- Dutton, M. A., Goodman, L., Lennig, D., Murphy, J., and Kaltman, S. (2005). Ecological model of battered women’s experience over time. NCJ 213713. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- Dutton, M. A., Worrell, A., Terrell, D., Denaro, S., and Thompson, R. (2002). National evaluation of the Rural Domestic Violence and Child Victimization Enforcement Grant Program: Volume II. NCJ 198128. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- Fowler, D. and Hill, H. M. (2004). Social support and spirituality as culturally relevant factors in coping among African American women survivors of partner abuse. Journal of Violence Against Women, 10(11), 1267-1282.
- Gondolf, E. W. (2004). Regional and cultural utility of conventional batterer counseling. Violence Against Women, 10 (8), 880 - 900.
- Krishnan, S. P., Hilbert, J. C., and McNeil, K. (2001). Understanding domestic violence in multi-ethnic rural communities: A focus on collaborations among the courts, the law enforcement agencies, and the shelters. NCJ 191863. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- Marciniak, E. M. (1994). Community policing of domestic violence: Neighborhood differences in the effect of arrest. Dissertation, University of Maryland, College Park.
- Office of Violence Against Women. (2007). Awareness and attitudes about domestic violence.
- Senturia, K., Sullivan, M., Ciske, S., and Shiu-Thornton, S. (2000). Cultural issues affecting domestic violence service utilization in ethnic and hard to reach populations. NCJ 185357. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- *Sherman, L. W. and Smith, D. A. (1992). Crime, punishment and stake in conformity: Legal and informal control of domestic violence. American Sociological Review, 57, 680 - 690.
- Shetty, S. and Kaguyutan, J. (2002). Immigrant victims of domestic violence: Cultural challenges and available legal protections. National Electronic Network on Violence Against Women.
- Straus, M. A. and Gelles, R. J. (1986). Societal change and change in family violence from 1975 to 1985 as revealed by two national samples. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 48, 465 - 479.
- *Thistlethwaite, A. (1999). Reconsidering domestic violence recidivism: Conditioned effects of legal controls by individual and aggregate levels of stake in conformity. Dissertation, University of Cincinnati.
- Williams, K. R. (1992). Social sources of marital violence and deterrence: Testing an integrated theory of assaults between partners. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 54 (3), 620 - 629.
- *Wooldredge, J. D., Thistlethwaite, A. (1999). Reconsidering domestic violence recidivism: Individual and contextual effects of court dispositions and stake in conformity. NCJ 193268. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- *Wooldredge, J. D., Thistlethwaite, A. (2003). Neighborhood structure and race-specific rates of intimate assault. Criminology, 41 (2), 393 - 422.
- Yoshioka, M. R. and Choi, D. Y. (2005). Culture and interpersonal violence research: Paradigm shift to create a full continuum of domestic violence services. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20 (4), 513 - 519.
Sexual Violence Publications
- Arriaga, X. B. and Foshee, V. A. (2004). Adolescent dating violence: Do adolescents follow in their friends', or their parents', footsteps? Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (2): 162 - 184.
- Baynard, V., Plante, E., and Moynihan, M. M. (2005). Rape prevention through bystander education: Bringing a broader community perspective to sexual violence prevention. NCJ 208701. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
- Campbell, R., Patterson, D., and Fehler-Cabral, G. (2010). Using ecological theory to evaluate the effectiveness of an indigenous community intervention: A study of Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) programs. American Journal of Community Psychology, 46 (3-4): 263-276.