This literature review examines recent studies on rural human trafficking, and provides recommendations and implications for future research, policy, and practice (2017).
This research article examines non-fatal strangulation as a risk factor for major assault or homicide of women, with results showing an increased risk for both assault and homicide if the woman experienced non-fatal strangulation previously (2008).
This article argues that the current juvenile justice system needs to deal with teen abusers by recognizing the causes of dating violence and ending that behavior before they reach adulthood (2015).
This research examines four different types of abuse and the mental health ramifications of each form, including PTSD, depression, and anxiety (2008).
This paper examines the prevalence, severity, and chronicity of IPV occurring in a high-risk sample (2016).
This project aims at examining 19 state domestic violence coalitions, and what kind of impact and progress they made in their communities (2015).
This survey was designed to determine what causes victims to recant in non-fatal domestic assault by strangulation cases, and how criminal conviction can be secured in the context of strangulation without pressuring the victim to testify (2016).
This paper examines physical, psychological, sexual, and technological dating violence experiences among LGBTQ+ youth as compared to heterosexual youth.
This paper reviews existing research of BIPP programs and examines what causes IPV and how its reflected in models and curriculum.