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ADDENDUM 2:  Women with Disabilities and Domestic Violence

Chang, J., et al. (2003). Helping Women with Disabilities and Domestic Violence: Strategies, Limitations, and Challenges of Domestic Violence Programs and Services. Journal of Women’s Health, 12(7): 699-708.

Chenoweth, Lesley (1996). Violence and Women with Disabilities. Violence Against Women, 2(4): 391-411.

Chenoweth, Lesley, and Cook, Sandy (Guest Editors) (2001). Guest Editors’ Introduction: Special Issue: Violence against Women with Disabilities. Violence Against Women, 7(4), 363-.

Curry, Mary Ann, Hassouneh-Phillips, Dena, and Johnston-Silverberg, Anne (2001). Abuse of Women with Disabilities: An Ecological Model and Review. Violence Against Women, 7(1), 60-79.

Dubin, Marc (2000). Serving Women with Developmental Disabilities: Strategies for the Justice System. Impact, 13(3).  Available at: http://ici.umn.edu/products/impact/133/over7.html

Feature Issue on Violence Against Women with Developmental or Other Disabilities (2000). Impact, 13(3).  Available at: http://ici.umn.edu/products/impact/133/default.html

Gilson, Stephen French, Depoy, Elizabeth, and Cramer, Elizabeth P. (2001). Linking the Assessment of Self-Reported Functional Capacity with Abuse Experiences of Women with Disabilities. Violence Against Women, 7(4), 418-.

Milberger, S., et al. (2003). Violence against Women with Physical Disabilities. Violence and Victims, 18(5), 581-590.

Nosek, Margaret, Howland, Carol, and Hughes, Rosemary (2001). The Investigation of Abuse and Women with Disabilities: Going Beyond Assumptions. Violence Against Women, 7(4), 477-.

Nowhere to Go: A Disabled Woman Flees Domestic Violence at Home. Safe? Her Problems Are Only Beginning. Community Care, 25(July), 22-23.

Obinna, Jennifer (2003). Understanding the Needs of Victims of Sexual Violence in the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community: A Needs Assessment and Audit. Rockville, MD: National Criminal Justice Reference Service.

Pardeck, J., and P. Rollinson (2002). An Exploration of Violence among Homeless Women with Emotional Disabilities: Implications for Practice and Policy. Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation, 1(4): 63-74.

Sale, Anabel Unity (2001). Nowhere to Go: Where Does a Disabled Woman Fleeing Domestic Violence Go? Community Care, July 19-25, 22-23. (www.community-care.co.uk)

Saxton, Marsha, Curry, Mary Ann, and Gross, Jacqueline (2001). “Bring My Scooter So I Can Leave You:” A Study of Disabled Women Handling Abuse by Personal Assistance Providers. Violence Against Women, 7(4), 393-.

Sobsey, D. (1994). Violence and Abuse in the Lives of People with Disabilities: The End of Silent Acceptance. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes.

Winters, Jason, Robert Clift and Donald Dutton (2004). An Exploratory Study of Emotional Intelligence and Domestic Abuse. Journal of Family Violence, 19(5): 255-267.

Zorza, Joan (2002). Abuse of Women with Disabilities, Violence Against Women: Law, Prevention, Protection, Enforcement, Treatment, Health (Ch. 19). Kingston, N.J.: Civic Research Institute, Inc.

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