A list of materials relating to domestic violence

Abbott, P. & Williamson, . (1999) Women, health and domestic violence, Journal of Gender Studies, 8, (1), 83-102.

Abel, E.M. (2000) Psychosocial treatments for battered women: A review of empirical research, Research on Social Work Practice, 10, (1), 55-77.

Baker, P.L. (1997) 'And I went back' Battered women's negotiation of choice, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 26, (1): 55-74

Band-Winterstein, T. & Eisikovits, Z. (2009) "Aging Out" of Violence: The Multiple Faces of Intimate Violence Over the Life Span, Qualitative Health Research, 19, (2): 164-180.

Bell, J. &Stanley, N. (2006) Learning about domestic violence: young people’s responses to a Healthy Relationships programme, Sex Education, 6, (3): 237–250.

Bryant, S.A. & Spencer, G.A. (2003) University Students’ Attitudes About Attributing Blame in Domestic Violence, Journal of Family Violence, 18, (6): 369-376.

Chronister, K.M., Wettersten, K.B. & Brown, C. (2004) Vocational Research for the Liberation of Battered Women, The Counselling Psychologist, 32, (6): 900-922.

Cobia, D.C., Robinson, K. & Edwards, L.(2008) Intimate Partner Violence and Women’s Sexual Health: Implications for Couples Therapists, The Family Journal, 16: 249-253.

Coid, J., Petrukevitch, A., Feder, G., Chung, W-S., Richardson, J. & Moorey, S. (2001) Relation between childhood physical and sexual abuse and revictimisation in women, The Lancet,  358, 450-454.

Constantino, R., Kim, Y. & Crane, P.A. (2005) Effects of a social support intervention on health outcomes in residents of a domestic violence shelter: A pilot study, Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 26:575–590, 2005

Cotterill, J. (2001) Domestic discord, rocky relationships: Semantic prosodiesin representations of marital violence in the OJ Simpson trial, Discourse and Society, 12, (3), 291-312.

Davies, K., Taylor, B. & Furniss, D. (2001) Narrative accounts of trackingthe rural domestic violence survivor's journey: A feminist approach, Health Care for Women International, 22, 333-347.

Dobash, R.P. & Dobash, R.E. (2004) Women's violence to men in intimate relationships: Working on a puzzle, British Journal of Criminology, 44: 324–349.

Ely, G.C., Dulmas, C.M. & Wodarski, J.S. (2004) Domestic Violence: A Literature Review Reflecting an International Crisis, Stress, Trauma, and Crisis, 7: 77-91.

Fields, M.D. (2008) Getting Beyond “What Did She Do to Provoke Him?” Comments by a Retired Judge on the Special Issue on Child Custody and Domestic Violence, Violence Against Women, 14, (1): 93-99.

Flinck, A., Paavilainen, E. & Astted-Kurki, P. (2005) Survival of intimate partner violence as experienced by women, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 14: 383–393.

Gerlock, A.A. (1999) Health impact of domestic violence, Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 20, 373-385.

Griffing, S., Ragin, D.F., Morrison, S.M., Sage, R.E., Madry, L. and Primm, B.J. (2005) Reasons for Returning to Abusive Relationships: Effects of Prior Victimization, Journal of Family Violence, 20, (5): 341-348.

Hague, G. (2005) Domestic Violence Survivors’ Forums in the UK: Experiments in Involving Abused Women in Domestic Violence Services and Policy-making, Journal of Gender Studies, 14, (3): 191–203.

Hague, G. Wilson, C. (2000) The silenced pain, domestic violence 1945-1970, Journal of Gender Studies, 9, (2), 157-169.

Hegarty, K., Taft, A. & Feder, G. (2008) Violence between intimate partners: working with the whole family, British Medical Journal, 337:  346-351.

Hoyle, C. & Sanders, A. (2000) Police response to domestic violence: From victim choice to victim empowerment, British Journal of Criminology, 40, 14-35.

Joseph, J. (2006) Agency Response to Female Victims of Domestic Violence: The British Approach, Criminal Justice Studies, 19, (1): 45–60.

Kearney, M.H. (2001) Enduring love: A grounded formal theory of women's experience of domestic violence, Research in Nursing and Health, 24, 270-282.

Kim, J. & Gray, K.A. (2008) Leave or Stay? Battered Women’s Decision After Intimate Partner Violence,  Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 23, (10): 1465-1482.

Kim, J.& Motsei, M. (2002) ‘‘Women enjoy punishment’’: attitudes and experiences of gender-based violence among PHC nurses in rural South Africa, Social Science and Medicine, 54: 1243–1254.

Logan, T.K., Shannon, L. & Walker, R. (2006) Police Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence Offenders, Journal of Interpersonal Violence 21, (10): 1365-1374.

Lorber, M. F. & O’Leary, D. (2004) Predictors of the Persistence of Male Aggression in Early Marriage, Journal of Family Violence, 19, (6): 329-338.

McAfee, R.E. (2001) Domestic violence as a women's health issue, Women's Health Issues, 11, (4): 371-376.

McGee, C. (1997) Children's experiences of domestic violence, Child and Family Social Work, 2: 13-23.

Mann, R.M. (2008) Men’s Rights and Feminist Advocacy in Canadian Domestic Violence Policy Arenas: Contexts, Dynamics, and Outcomes of Antifeminist Backlash, Feminist Criminology, 3, (1): 44-75.

Mezey, G., Bacchus, L., Bewley, S. & White, S. (2004) Domestic violence, lifetime trauma and psychological health of childbearing women, British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 112: 197–204.

Nabors, E.L. & Jasinski, J.L. (2009) Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration Among College Students: The Role of Gender Role and Gendered Violence Attitudes, Feminist Criminology, 4, (1): 57-82.

Naeem, F., Irfan, M., Zaidi, Q.A., Kingdon, D. and Ayub, M. (2008) Angry wives, abusive husbands: Relationship between domestic violence and psychosocial variables, Women’s Health Issues, 18: 453–462.

Paterson, S. (2009) (Re)Constructing women’s resistance to woman abuse: Resources, strategy choice and implications of and for public policy in Canada, Critical Social Policy, 29: 121-145.

Roberts, J.C., Wolfer, L. & Mele, M. (2008) Why Victims of Intimate Partner Violence Withdraw Protection Orders, Journal of Family Violence, 23: 369–375

Shoham, E. (2005) Gender, Traditionalism, and Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence Within a Closed Community, International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 49, (4): 427-449.

Soglin, L.F., Bauchat, J. Soglin, D.F. Martin, G.J. (2009) Detection of Intimate Partner Violence in a General Medicine Practice, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 24, (2): 338-348.

Stanko, E. (2005) Reviewing the evidence of hate: Lessons from a project under the Home Office Crime Reduction Programme, Criminal Justice, 4, (3): 277-286.

Strauchler, O., McCloskey, K. Malloy, K., Sitaker, M., Grigsby, N. & Gillig, P. (2004) Humiliation, Manipulation, and Control: Evidence of Centrality in Domestic Violence Against an Adult Partner, Journal of Family Violence, 19, (6): 339-354.

Stueve, A.and O’Donnell, L. (2008) Urban Young Women’s Experiences of Discrimination and Community Violence and Intimate Partner Violence, Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 85, (3): 386-401.

Sully, P., Greenaway, K. & Reeves, S. (2005) Domestic violence - Policing and health care: collaboration and practice, Primary Health Care Research and Development, 6: 31–36.

Wilcox, P. (2000) Lone motherhood: The impact on living standards of leaving a violent relationship, Social Policy and Administration, 34, (2), 176-190.

Woodtli, M.A. (2001) Nurses’ Attitudes Toward Survivors and Perpetrators of Domestic Violence, Journal of Holistic Nursing, 19, (4): 340-359.