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Methodology and Research Issues

Asterisks (*) denote publications with Available Data.

Domestic Violence Publications -  Sexual Violence Publications -  Stalking Publications  

    Domestic Violence Publications

  • Brame, R. (2000). Investigating treatment effects in a domestic violence experiment with partially missing outcome data. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 16 (3), 283 - 314.


  • Busch, N. B., and Fong, R., Williamson, J. (2004). Human trafficking and domestic violence: Comparison in research methodology needs and strategies. The Journal of Social Work Research and Evaluation: An International Publication, 5(2), 1-11.


  • DeKeseredy, W. S. and Schwartz, M. D. (1998). pdf document Measuring the extent of woman abuse in intimate heterosexual relationships: A critique of the Conflict Tactics Scale. National Electronic Network on Violence Against Women.


  • DeLeon-Granados, W. and Wells, W. (2003). Reliability and validity of measures of domestic violence resources as used in intimate partner homicide research. Violence Against Women, 9 (2), 148 - 162.


  • DePrince, A. P., Belknap, J., Gover, A., Buckingham, S. Labus, J., Combs, M., Hebenstreit, C., Matlow, R., Mitchell, C., and Pineda, A. (2011). pdf document The effectiveness of coordinated outreach in intimate partner violence cases: A randomized, longitudinal design. NCJ 238480. US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Dutton, M. A., Goodman, L. and Schmidt, R. J. (2006). pdf document Development and validation of a coercive control measure for intimate partner violence. NCJ 214438. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Dutton, M. A., Holtzworth-Munroe, A., Jouriles, E., McDonald, R., Krishnan, S., McFarlane, J., and Sullivan, C. (2003). pdf document Recruitment and retention in intimate partner violence research. NCJ 201943. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Eckhardt, C. (2004). pdf document Stages and processes of change and associated treatment outcomes in partner assaultive men. NCJ 205022. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Faller, K. C. (2003). Research and practice in child interviewing: Implications for children exposed to domestic violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18 (4), 377 - 389.


  • Fass, D. F., Benson, R. I., and Leggett, D. G. (2008). Assessing prevalence and awareness of violent behaviors in the intimate partner relationships of college students using internet sampling. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 22 (4), 66 - 75.


  • Feder, L., Niolon, P. H., Campbell, J., Wallinder, J., Nelson, R., and Larrouy, H. (2011). Need for experimental methodology in intimate partner violence: Finding programs that effectively prevent IPV. Violence Against Women, 17 (3), 340 - 358.


  • Garcia-Linares, M. I., Pico-Alfonso, M. A., Sanchez-Lorente, S., Savall-Rodriguez, F., Celda-Navarro, N., Blasco-Ross, C., and Martinez, M. (2005). Assessing physical, sexual, and psychological violence perpetrated by intimate male partners toward women: A Spanish cross-sectional study. Violence and Victims, 20 (1), 99 - 123.


  • Gondolf, E. W. and Deemer, C. (2004). Phoning logistics in a longitudinal follow-up of batterers and their partners. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (7), 747 - 765.


  • Graham-Kevan, N. and Archer, J. (2003). Intimate terrorism and common couple violence: A test of Johnson's predictions in four British samples. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18 (11), 1247 - 1270.


  • Heckert, D. A. and Gondolf, E. W. (2004). Battered women's perceptions of risk versus risk factors and instruments in predicting repeat reassault. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (7), 778 - 800.


  • Houry, D., Feldhaus, K., Peery, B., Abbott, J., Lowenstein, S. R., al-Bataa-de-Montero, S., and Levine, S. (2004). A positive domestic violence screen predicts future domestic violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (9), 955 - 966.


  • King, L. A. and King, D. W. (2000). pdf document Male-perpetrated domestic violence: Testing a series of multifactorial models. NCJ 185696. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Orchowsky, S. and Johnson, C. (2002). pdf document Domestic violence and sexual assault data collection systems in the states. NCJ 192275. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Pattavina, A., Buzawa, E., Hirschel, D., and Faggiani, D. (2008). Policy, place, and perpetrators: Using NIBRS to explain arrest practices in intimate partner violence. Justice Research and Policy, 9, (2): 31 - 52.


  • Saunders, D. G. (2004). The place of a typology of men who are "maritally" violent within a nested ecological model: A response to Holtzworth-Munroe and Meehan. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (12), 1390 - 1395.


  • Sullivan, C. M. (2003). Using the ESID model to reduce intimate male violence against women. American Journal of Community Psychology, 32, 295 - 303.


  • Sullivan, C. (2001). pdf document Evaluating the outcomes of domestic violence service programs: Some practical considerations and strategies. National Electronic Network on Violence Against Women.


  • Sullivan, C. M. and Bybee, D. I. (2000). pdf document Using a longitudinal data set to further our understanding of the trajectory of intimate violence over time. NCJ 185728. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Sullivan, C. M. and Cain, D. (2004). Ethical and safety considerations when obtaining information from or about battered women for research purposes. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (5), 603 - 618.


  • Sullivan, T. P., Khondkaryan, E., Dos Santos, N. P., and Peters, E. N. (2011). Applying experience sampling methods to partner violence research: Safety and feasibility in a 90-day study of community women. Violence Against Women, 17 (2), 251 - 266.


  • Wagner, L. W. (2008). pdf document Domestic violence and sexual assault data resource center. NCJ 221533. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • *Walby, S. and Myhill, A. (2001). New survey methodologies in researching violence against women. British Journal of Criminology, 41 (3): 502 - 522.


  • Waltermaurer, E. (2005). Measuring intimate partner violence (IPV): You may only get what you ask for. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20 (4), 501 - 506.


  • Waltermaurer, E. M., Ortega, C. A., and McNutt, L. (2003). Issues in estimating the prevalence of intimate partner violence: Assessing the impact of abuse status on participation bias. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18 (9), 959 - 974.


  • Williams, L. M. (2004). Researcher-advocate collaborations to end violence against women: Toward liberating methodologies for action research. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (11): 1350 - 1357.


  • Wilson, D. B., Batye, K., and Riveros, R. (2008). pdf document Testing and evaluation of the use of polygraphs to combat violence against women. NCJ 222115. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Zink, T. and Putnam, F. (2005). Intimate partner violence research in the health care setting: What are appropriate and feasible methodological standards? Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20 (4), 365 - 372.


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    Sexual Violence Publications

  • Campbell, R., Patterson, D., and Bybee, D. (2011). Using mixed methods to evaluate a community intervention for sexual assault survivors: A methodological tale. Violence Against Women, 17 (3): 376-388.


  • Fisher, B. S. and Cullen, F. T. (2000). pdf document Measuring the sexual victimization of women: Evolution, current controversies, and future research. NCJ 185543. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Fisher, B. S., Cullen, F. T., and Daigle, L. E. (2005). The discovery of acquaintance rape: The salience of methodological innovation and rigor. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20 (4): 493 - 500.


  • Orchowsky, S. and Johnson, C. (2002). pdf document Domestic violence and sexual assault data collection systems in the states. NCJ 192275. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Wagner, L. W. (2008). pdf document Domestic violence and sexual assault data resource center. NCJ 221533. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • *Walby, S. and Myhill, A. (2001). New survey methodologies in researching violence against women. British Journal of Criminology, 41 (3): 502 - 522.


  • Williams, L. M. (2004). Researcher-advocate collaborations to end violence against women: Toward liberating methodologies for action research. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (11): 1350 - 1357.


  • Wilson, D. B., Batye, K., and Riveros, R. (2008). pdf document Testing and evaluation of the use of polygraphs to combat violence against women. NCJ 222115. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.




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    Stalking Publications

  • Fox, K. A., Nobles, M. R., and Fisher, B. S. (2011) Method behind the madness: An examination of stalking measurements. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 16, (1): 74-84.


  • O'Connor, M. and Rosenfeld, B. (2004). Introduction to the special issue on stalking: Finding and filling the empirical gaps.   Criminal Justice and Behavior, 31 (1): 3 - 8.


  • *Walby, S. and Myhill, A. (2001). New survey methodologies in researching violence against women. British Journal of Criminology, 41 (3): 502 - 522.