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Victim Characteristics and Risk Factors

Asterisks (*) denote publications with Available Data.

Domestic Violence Publications -  Sexual Violence Publications   Stalking Publications  

    Domestic Violence Publications

  • Apsler, R., Cummins, M. R., and Carl, S. (2002). Fear and expectations: Differences among female victims of domestic violence who come to the attention of the police. Violence and Victims, 17 (4): 445 - 453.


  • Arriaga, X. B. and Capezza, N. M. (2005). Targets of partner violence: The importance of understanding coping trajectories. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20 (1), 89 - 99.


  • Bassuk, E., Dawson, R., Huntington, N., Salomon, A., Bassuk, S. S., and Browne, A. (2001). Secondary data analysis on the etiology, course and consequences of intimate partner violence against extremely poor women. NCJ 188507. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Bogat, G. A., Levendosky, A. A., Theran, S., Von Eye, A., and Davidson, W. S. (2003). Predicting the psychosocial effects of interpersonal partner violence (IPV): How much does a woman's history of IPV matter? Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18 (11), 1271 - 1291.


  • Breitman, N., Shackelford, T., and Block, C. R. (2003). Couple age discrepancy and risk of intimate partner homicide. Violence and Victims, 19 (4).


  • Busch, N. B. (2004). Comparisons of the moral reasoning levels between battered and non-battered women. The Journal of Social Work Education, 40(1), 1-15.


  • Campbell, J., Webster, D., Koziol-McLain, J., Block, C. R., Campbell, D., Curry, M. A., Gary, F., McFarlane, J., Sachs, C., Sharps, P., Ulrich, Y., and Wilt, S. A. (2003). Assessing risk factors for intimate partner homicide. NIJ Journal, 250(9): 14-19. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Cook, S. L., Smith, S. G., Tusher, C. P., and Raiford, J. (2005). Self-reports of traumatic events in a random sample of incarcerated women. Women & Criminal Justice, 16 (1/2), 107 - 126.


  • Dugan, L., Nagin, D., and Rosenfeld, R. (2001). pdf document Exposure reduction or backlash? The effect of domestic violence resources on intimate partner homicide. NCJ 186194. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics.


  • Dutton, M. A., Goodman, L., Lennig, D., Murphy, J., and Kaltman, S. (2005). pdf document Ecological model of battered women’s experience over time. NCJ 213713. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Gondolf, E. W. and Beeman, A. K. (2003). Women's accounts of domestic violence versus tactics-based outcome categories. Violence Against Women, 9 (3), 278 - 301.


  • Goodman, L., Dutton, M. A., Vankos, N., and Weinfurt, K. (2005). Women's resources and use of strategies as risk and protective factors for reabuse over time. Violence Against Women, 11 (3), 311 - 336.


  • 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.


  • Jasinski, J. L. (2001). Physical violence among Anglo, African American, and Hispanic couples: Ethnic differences in persistence and cessation. Violence and Victims, 16 (5): 479 - 490.


  • Jasinski, J. L. (2001). pdf document Violence against women: An examination of developmental antecedents among black, Caucasian, and Hispanic women. NCJ 189243. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Koziol-McLain, J., Webster, D., McFarlane, J., Block, C. B., Ulrich, Y., Glass, N., and Campbell, J. C. (2006). Risk factors for femicide/suicide in abusive relationships: Results from a multi-site case-control study. Violence and Victims, 21(1): 3-21.


  • Logan, T. K. and Walker, R. (2010). Toward a deeper understanding of the harms caused by partner stalking. Violence and Victims, 25 (4), 440 - 455.


  • Logan, T. K. and Walker, R. (2004). Separation as a risk factor for victims of intimate partner violence: Beyond lethality and injury: A response to Campbell. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (12), 1478 - 1486.


  • MacMillan, R. and Kruttschnitt, C. (2005). pdf document Patterns of violence against women: Risk factors and consequences. NCJ 208346. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Moore-Parmley, A. M. (1999). An exploratory study of the effects of arrest, victim characteristics, and community factors on same-offender repeat victimization in misdemeanor domestic violence cases. Dissertation, University of Maryland, College Park.


  • National Institute of Justice (2004). pdf document Violence against women: Identifying risk factors. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice. NCJ 197109.


  • O'Donnell, C. J., Smith, A., and Madison, J. R. (2002). Using Demographic Risk Factors to Explain Variations in the Incidence of Violence Against Women. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 17: 1239-1262.


  • O'Keefe, M. (2005). pdf document Teen dating violence: A review of risk factors and prevention efforts. National Electronic Network on Violence Against Women.


  • Postmus, J. L. and Severson, M. (2005). pdf document Violence and victimization: Exploring women’s histories of survival. NCJ 214440. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Rokach, A. (2007). Loneliness and intimate partner violence: Antecedents of alienation of abused women. Social Work in Health Care, 45 (1), 19 - 31.


  • Salomon, A., Bassuk, E., Browne, A., Bassuk, S. S., Dawson, R., and Huntington, N. (2004). pdf document Secondary data analysis on the etiology, course, and consequences of intimate partner violence against extremely poor women. NCJ 199714. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Salomon, A., Bassuk, S. S., and Huntington, N. (2002). Relationship between intimate partner violence and the use of addictive substances in poor and homeless single mothers. Violence Against Women, 8 (7), 785 - 815.


  • Schafer, J., Caetano, R., and Cunradi, C. B. (2004). A path model of risk factors for intimate partner violence among couples in the United States. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (2), 127 - 142.


  • Siegel, J. A. and Williams, L. M. (2001). pdf document Risk factors for violent victimization of women: A prospective study. NCJ 189161. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Straus, M. A. and Gelles, R. J. (1990). Physical Violence in American Families: Risk Factors and Adaptations to Violence in 8,145 Families. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.


  • Straus, M. A. and Sweet, S. (1992). Verbal/symbolic aggression in couples: Incidence rates and relationships to personal characteristics. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 54 (2), 346 - 357.


  • Sullivan, T. P., Schroeder, J. A., Dudley, D. N., and Dixon, J. M. (2010). Do differing types of victimization and coping strategies influence the type of social reactions experienced by current victims of intimate partner violence? Violence Against Women, 16 (6), 638 - 657.


  • Taylor, B. G., Stein, N., and Burden, F. F. (2010). Exploring gender differences in dating violence/harassment prevention programming in middle schools: Results from a randomized experiment. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 6 (4), 419 - 445.


  • *Thompson, M. P., Saltzman, L. E., and Johnson, H. (2003). A comparison of risk factors for intimate partner violence-related injury across two national surveys on violence against women. Violence Against Women, 9 (4), 438 - 457.


  • White, J. W. and Smith, P. H. (2001). pdf document Developmental antecedents of violence against women: A longitudinal perspective. NCJ 187775. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.




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    Sexual Violence Publications

  • MacMillan, R. and Kruttschnitt, C. (2005). pdf document Patterns of violence against women: Risk factors and consequences. NCJ 208346. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • National Institute of Justice (2004). pdf document Violence against women: Identifying risk factors. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice. NCJ 197109.


  • O'Donnell, C. J., Smith, A., and Madison, J. R. (2002). Using Demographic Risk Factors to Explain Variations in the Incidence of Violence Against Women. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 17: 1239-1262.


  • Postmus, J. L. and Severson, M. (2005). pdf document Violence and victimization: Exploring women’s histories of survival. NCJ 214440. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Siegel, J. A. and Williams, L. M. (2001). pdf document Risk factors for violent victimization of women: A prospective study. NCJ 189161. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Tyler, K. A., Whitbeck, L. B., Hoyt, D. R., and Cauce, A. M. (2004). Risk factors for sexual victimization among male and female homeless and runaway youth. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (5): 503 - 520.


  • Vanzile-Tamsen, C., Testa, M., and Livingston, J. A. (2005). The Impact of Sexual Assault History and Relationship Context on Appraisal of and Responses to Acquaintance Sexual Assault Risk. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20 (7): 813 - 832.


  • Wenzel, S. L., Leake, B. D., and Gelberg, L. (2001). Risk factors for major violence among homeless women. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 16: 739-752.


  • White, J. W. and Smith, P. H. (2001). pdf document Developmental antecedents of violence against women: A longitudinal perspective. NCJ 187775. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.




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    Stalking Publications

  • Catalano, S. (2012). pdf document Stalking victims in the United States - revised. NCJ 224527. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics.


  • Logan, T. K. and Walker, R. (2010). Toward a deeper understanding of the harms caused by partner stalking. Violence and Victims, 25 (4), 440 - 455.


  • *Rosenfeld, B. (2004). Violence risk factors in stalking and obsessional harassment: A review and preliminary meta-analysis.   Criminal Justice and Behavior, 31 (1), 9 - 36.




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