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Bibliographic References for

MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
IN THE U.S.

Natalie J. Sokoloff1

Sociology Department
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
899 Tenth Avenue
New York, NY 10019
(212) 237-8671
nsokoloff@jjay.cuny.edu

Update #7
March 2005

This Bibliography Is A Work-In-Progress
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION  by Natalie J. Sokoloff and Ida Dupont

BIBLIOGRPAHY by Natalie J. Sokoloff

  1. MULTICULTURAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE THEORIES/ APPROACHES/ ANALYSES

  2. SPECIFIC RACIAL / ETHNIC GROUPS AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

    1. General Multicultural Groups (Including Any 3 or More Groups)
    2. African-American/Black (or Blacks Compared to Whites)
    3. Asian, Asian Indian, and Pacific Island
      1. General (more than one Asian, Asian Indian, or Pacific Island group included in one article)
      2. Chinese
      3. Japanese
      4. Korean
      5. Vietnamese
      6. Asian Indian / South Asian
      7. Asian / Pacific Island (a). General (b). Filipina
      8. Cambodian
    4. Arab
    5. Latina or Hispanic
      1. General (more than one Latina or Hispanic group included in one article)
      2. Mexicana / Chicana
      3. Puerto Rican
    6. Native American / American Indian
      1. General
      2. Hopi
      3. Navajo
      4. Hopi
      5. Navajo
    7. Immigrant
    8. White/Anglo
      1. Whites/Anglos Compared to One or More Ethnic Groups
      2. White Working-Class
      3. White Middle-Class
      4. White Upper Middle-Class and Upper-Class

  3. SOCIAL CLASS: SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS, RELATED ISSUES, AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

    1. General
    2. Homelessness
    3. Shelters / Housing
    4. Poverty
    5. Welfare & Welfare Reform
    6. Unemployment / Employment
    7. Divorce / Displaced Homemakers

  4. RELIGIOUS GROUPS AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

    1. General
    2. Christian
    3. Jewish
    4. Muslim/Islam
    5. Hindu

  5. LESBIANS

    1. Multicultural
    2. General

  6. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL CHANGE

    1. Community Organizing and Feminist/Multicultural Activism
    2. Cultural Competence and Services to Battered Women
Addendum 1: Rural Domestic Violence

Addendum 2: Disabled Women and Domestic Violence

Addendum 3: Elder Abuse and Domestic Violence

Addendum 4: Women Who Use Violence Against Partners; Women in Prison for Domestic Violence

      

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