Lloyd Sealy Library                                                                                                                    John Jay College of Criminal Justice

MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN THE U.S.



II. SPECIFIC RACIAL / ETHNIC GROUPS AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN THE U.S.

  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
    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. Cheyenne
    3. Cherokee
    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




A. General Multicultural (Including Any Three or More Groups)

   Almeida, Rhea, Woods, Rosemary, Messineo, Theresa, Font, Roberto, and Heer, Chris (1994). Violence in the Lives of the Racially and Sexually Different: A Public and Private Dilemma. In Rhea V. Almeida (Ed.), Expansions of Feminist Family Theory through Diversity (pp. 99-126). New York: Harrington Park/Haworth.

   Anderson, Christen L. (1997). Gender, Status, and Domestic Violence: An Integration of Feminist and Family Violence Approaches. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 59, 655-669.

   Asbury, J. E. (1993). Violence in Families of Color in the United States. In Robert L. Hampton, Thomas P. Gullotta, et al. (Eds.), Family Violence: Prevention and Treatment(pp. 159-178). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

   Asbury, Jo-Ellen (1999). What Do We Know Now About Spouse Abuse and Child Sexual Abuse in Families of Color in the United States? In Robert L. Hampton (Ed.), Family Violence (2nd Ed.) (pp.148-167). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   Bachman, R. and Coker, A. L. (1995). Police Involvement in Domestic Violence: The Interactive Effects of Victim Injury, Offender's History of Violence, and Race. Violence and Victims, 10(2), 91-106.

   Bograd, Michele (1999). Strengthening Domestic Violence Theories: Intersections of Race, Class, Sexual Orientation, and Gender. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 25(3), 275-.

   Browne, Angela (1995). Reshaping the Rhetoric:The Nexus of Violence, Poverty, and Minority Status in the Lives of Women and Children in the United States. Georgetown Journal on Fighting Poverty, 3, 17-23.

   Browne, A., Miller, B., and Maguin, E. (1997). Prevalence and Severity of Lifetime Physical and Sexual Victimization among Incarcerated Women. Unpublished Manuscript. Boston.

   Burns, M. C. (Ed.) (1986). The Speaking Profits Us: Violence in the Lives of Women of Color. Seattle, WA: Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence.

   Caetano, R., Cunradi, C., Schafer, J., and Clark, C. (1997). Partner Violence and Drinking among Whites, Blacks, and Hispanics in the U.S. Presented at the 1997 Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism, San Francisco, CA.

    Campbell, Doris Williams, Masaki, Beckie, and Torres, Sara (1997). Water on Rock: Changing Domestic Violence Perceptions in the African-American, Asian American, and Latino Communities. In Ethel Klein, Jacquelyn Campbell, Esta Soler, and Maressa Ghez (Eds.), Ending Domestic Violence (pp. 64-87). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   Carmen, Elaine Hilberman (1995). Inner-City Community Mental Health: The Interplay of Abuse and Race in Chronic Mentally Ill Women. In Mental Health, Racism and Sexism (pp. 217-236). Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh.

   Cazenave, N. A. and Straus, M. A. (1979). Race, Class, Network Embeddedness and Family Violence: A Search for Potent Support Systems. Journal of Comparative Family Systems, 10(3), 281-300.

   Centerwall, B. S. (1995). Race, Socioeconomic Status, and Domestic Homicide. Journal of the American Medical Association, 273, 1755-1758.

   Cervantes, N., and Cervantes, J. (1993). A Multicultural Perspective in the Treatment of Domestic Violence. In M. Hansen and M. Harway (Eds.), Battering and Family Therapy: A Feminist Perspective (pp. 156-174). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

   Dasgupta, Shamita Das (1998). Women's Realities: Defining Violence Against Women by Immigration, Race, and Class. In Raquel Kennedy Bergen (Ed.), Issues in Intimate Violence (pp. 209-219). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   De Anda, Diane (2000). Violence: Diverse Populations and Communities. New York: Haworth.

   Esqueda, Cynthia Willis (2000). Effects of race and Victim Drinking on Domestic Violence Attributions. Sex Roles, 42(11), 1043-.

   Fine, Michelle and Weis, Lois (1998). Crime Stories: A Critical Look Through Race, Ethnicity and Gender. Qualitative Studies in Education, 11, (3), 435-460.

   Gabler, Michelle, Stern, Steven E., Miserandino, Marianne (1998). Latin American, Asian, and American Cultural Differences in Perceptions of Spousal Abuse. Psychological Reports, 83(2), 587-592.

   Gondolf, Edward W. (1998). Appreciating Diversity among Battered Women. In Edward W. Gondolf (Ed.), Assessing Woman Battering in Mental Health Services (pp. 113-131). London: Sage.

   Gondolf, E. W., Fisher, E., and McFerron, J. R. (1988). Racial Differences among Shelter Residents: A Comparison of Anglo, Black, and Hispanic Battered Women. Journal of Family Violence, 3(1), 39-51.

   Hampton, Robert, Carrillo, Ricardo, and Kim, Joan (1998). Violence in Communities of Color. In Ricardo Carrillo and Jerry Tello (Eds.), Family Violence and Men of Color:Healing the Wounded Male Spirit (pp. 1-30). New York: Springer.

   Hampton, Robert L., Jenkins, Pamela, and Vandergriff-Avery, Maria (1999). Physical and Sexual Violence in Marriage. In Robert L. Hampton (Ed.), Family Violence (Second Edition) (pp.148-167). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Harrison, Lisa, and Esqueda, Cythia Willis (2000). Effects of Race and Victim Drinking on Domestic Violence Attributions. Sex Roles, 42(11l12), 1043-.

   Hudgins, R. L. (1990). Professional Considerations for Those Working with Women of Color Survivors of Lesbian Battering. In P. Elliott (Ed.), Confronting Lesbian Battering: A Manual for the Battered Women’s Movement(pp. 158-160). St. Paul, MN: Lesbian Battering Intervention Project.

   Jasinski, Jana 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, Jana L. (2001). Pregnancy, Stress and Wife Assault: Ethnic Differences in Prevalence, Severity, and Onset in a National Sample. Violence and Victims, 16(3), 219-232.

   Kaufman, Kantor, G. (1996). Alcohol and Spousal Abuse: Ethnic Differences. In M. Galanter (Ed.), Recent Developments in Alcoholism (pp. ___-___). New York: Plenum.

   Kantor, Glenda Kaufman (19__). Ethnicity, Drinking and Wife Abuse: A Structural and Cultural Interpretation. Washington, DC: National Criminal Justice Reference Service.

   Kingsnorth, R.F., MacIntosh, R.C., Berdahl, T., Blades, C., and Rossi, S. (2001). Domestic Violence: The Role of Interracial/Ethnic Dyads in Criminal Court Processing. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 17(2), 123-142.

   Krishnan, Satya, Hilbert, Judith, VanLeeuwen, Dawn, and Kolia, Raiza (1997). Documenting Domestic Violence among Ethnically Diverse Populations [Anglo, Hispanic, and Native American]: Results from a Preliminary Study. Family Community Health, 203(3), 32-48.

   Locke, Lisa, and Richman, Charles (1999). Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence: Race and Gender Issues. Sex Roles, 40(3/4), 227-.

   Lockhart, Lettie (1991). Spousal Violence: A Cross-Racial Perspective. In Robert L. Hampton (Ed.), Black Family Violence: Current Research and Theory (pp. 85-101). Lexington, MA: Lexington.

   McDonald, Mary (1999). Unnecessary Roughness: Gender and Racial Politics in Domestic Violence Media Events. Sociology of Sport Journal, 16(2), 111-.

   Mendez, Juan (1996). Serving Gays and Lesbians of Color Who Are Survivors of Violence. In Claire Renzetti and Charles Harvey Miley (Eds.), Violence in Gay And Lesbian Domestic Partnerships (pp. 53-59). New York: Harrington/Haworth.

   Miller, Susan L. (1989). Unintended Side Effects of Pro-Arrest Policies and Their Race and Class Implications for Battered Women: A Cautionary Note. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 3(3), 299-317.

   Neff, James Allan, Holamon, Bruce and Schulter, Tracy Davis (1995). Spousal Violence among Anglos, Blacks, and Mexican Americans: The Role of Demographic Variables, Psychosocial Predictors, and Alcohol Consumption. Journal of Family Violence, 10(1), 1-21.

   Oates, Gisele Casanova ( 1998). Cultural Perspectives on Intimate Violence. In Nicky Ali Jackson and Gisele Casanova Oates (Eds.), Violence in Intimate Relationships: Examining Sociological and Psychological Issues (pp. 225-243). Woburn, MA: Butterworth-Heinemann.

   O'Keefe, M. (1994). Racial/Ethnic Differences among Battered Women and Their Children. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 3(3), 283-305.

   Rasche, Christine E. (1995). Minority Women and Domestic Violence: The Unique Dilemmas of Battered Women of Color. Barbara Raffel Price and Natalie J. Sokoloff (Eds.), The Criminal Justice System and Women: Offenders, Victims, Workers (Second Edition) (pp. 246-261). New York: McGraw-Hill.

   Rivera, Jenny (1997). Domestic Violence Against Latinas by Latino Males: An Analysis of Race, National Origin, and Gender Differentials. In Adrien Katherine Wing (Ed.), Critical Race Feminism: A Reader (pp. 259-266). New York: New York University.

   Robinson, Amanda (1998). Part VI. Experiencing Domestic Violence Through the Presence of Difference. Unpublished Manuscript. Michigan State University.

   Sacks, Valerie (1996). An Indefensible Defense: On the Misuse of Culture in Criminal Law. Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law, 13 (Fall), 523-.

   Sharma, A. (2001). Healing the Wounds of Domestic Abuse: Improving the Effectiveness of Feminist Therapeutic Interventions with Immigrant and Racially Visible Women Who Have Been Abused. Violence Against Women , 7(12), 1405-1428.

   Sorenson, S., Upchurch, D., and Shen, H. (1996). Violence and Injury in Marital Arguments: Risk Patterns and Gender Differences.American Journal of Public Health, 86(1), 35-40.

   Sorenson, S., and White, J. (1992). Gender, Ethnicity, and Sexual Assault: Findings from a Los Angeles Study. Journal of Social Issues, 48(1), 93-104.

   Staples, Robert (1976). Race and Family Violence: The Internal Colonialism Perspective. In L. E. Gary and L. P. Brown (Eds.), Crime and Its Impact on the Black Community (pp. 85-96). Washington, D.C.: Institute for Urban Development Center, Howard University.

   Steinmetz, S. K., and Pellicciaro, J. (1986). Women, Ethnicity, and Family Violence: Implications for Social Policy. Ethnicity and Women, 5, 206-223.

   Takagi, T. (1991). Women of Color and Violence against Women. Violence Against Women Supplement (pp. S1, S6). (C. Mollner, Ed.) St. Paul, MN: National Network of Women's Funds and Foundations/ Corporate Philanthropy.

   Urquiza, A. J., Wyatt, G. E., Root, M. P. (1994). Special Issue: Violence Against Women of Color. Violence and Victims, 9 (3/Fall).


B. African-American / Black (or Blacks compared with Whites)
(1)

   Allard, Sharon Angella (1991). Rethinking Battered Woman Syndrome: A Black Feminist Perspective. UCLA Women’s Law Journal, 1, 191-207.

   Ammons, Lila (1997). Consequences of Violences in the African American Community in 1991. Western Journal of Black Studies, 21(3), 199-203.

   Ammons, Linda L. (1995). Mules, Madonnas, Babies, Bathwater, Racial Imagery and Stereotypes: The African-American Woman and the Battered Woman Syndrome. Wisconsin Law Review, 5, PP. 1003-1080.

   Asbury, J. (1987). African-American Women in Violent Relationships: An Exploration of Cultural Differences. In R. L Harper (Ed.), Violence in the Black Family (pp. 89-105). Lexington, MA: DC Heath.

   Asbury, Jo-Ellen (1999). What Do We Know Now About Spouse Abuse and Child Sexual Abuse in Families of Color in the United States? In Robert L. Hampton (Ed.), Family Violence (Second Edition) (pp.148-167). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   Bachman, Ronet, and Coker, Ann (1995). Police Involvement in Domestic Violence: The Interactive Effects of Victim Injury, Offender's History of Violence, and Race. Violence and Victims, 10(2), 91-106.

   Bell, Carl, and Mattis, Jacqueline (2000). The Importance of Cultural Competence in Ministering to African American Victims of Domestic Violence. Violence Against Women, 6(5/May), 515-.

   Bennett, Lauren, Goodman, Lisa, and Dutton, Mary (1999). Systemic Obstacles to the Criminal Prosecution of a Battering Partner: A Victim Perspective. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 14(7), 761-.

   Bent-Goodley, Tricia B. (2001). Eradicating Domestic Violence in the African American Community: A Literature Review and Action Agenda. Trauma Violence and Abuse, 2(4), 316-330.

   Bent-Goodley, Tricia B. (1998). A Poor African-American Community’s Response towards Domestic Violence. Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 58(12), 4808-A.

   Berenson, A. B. (1991). Drug Abuse and Other Risk Factors for Physical Abuse in Pregnancy among White Non-Hispanic, Black, and Hispanic Women. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 164 (6), 1491-1499.

   Brice-Baker, J. R. (1994). Domestic Violence in African-American and African-Caribbean Families. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 3(1), 23-38.

   Browne, Angela (1999). Domestic Violence in Context:A Forum on Race, Immigration, and Poverty. Paper presented at the University of New Hampshire, 6th International Family Violence Research Conference. Durham.

   Brush, L.D. (2000). Poverty, Battering, Race, and Welfare Reform: Black-White Differences in Women’s Welfare-to-Work Transitions. Journal of Poverty, 5(1), 67-90.

   Butler, Lola (1999). African American Lesbian Women Experiencing Partner Abuse. In Joan McClennan and John Gunther (Eds.), (pp. ). Edwin Mellen.

   Caetano, R., Cunradi, C., Schafer, J., and Clark, C. (1997). Partner Violence and Drinking among Whites, Blacks, and Hispanics in the U.S. Presented at the 1997 Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism, San Francisco, CA.

   Campbell, D. W., Campbell, J., King, C., Parker, B. and Ryan, J. (1994). The Reliability and Factor Structure of the Index of Spouse Abuse With African-American Women. Violence and Victims, 9(3), 259-274.

   Campbell, D. W. (1993). Nursing Care of African American Battered Women: Afrocentric Perspectives. AWHONNS Clinical Issues in Perinatal and Women's Health Nursing, 4, 407-415.

   Campbell, Doris Williams, Masaki, Beckie, and Torres, Sara (1997). Water on Rock: Changing Domestic Violence Perceptions in the African-American, Asian American, and Latino Communities. In Ethel Klein, Jacquelyn Campbell, Esta Soler, and Maressa Ghez (Eds.), Ending Domestic Violence (pp. 64-87). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   Coley, S. M. and Beckett, J. O. (1988). Black Battered Women: Practice Issues. Social Casework: Journal of Contemporary Social Work, (October), 483-490.

   Coley, S. M. and Beckett, J. O. (1988). Black Battered Women: A Review of Empirical Literature. Journal of Counseling and Development, 66(6), 266-270.

   Dennis, R. E., Key, L. J., Kirk, A. L., and Smith, A. (1995). Addressing Domestic Violence in the African American Community. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 6, 284-293.

   Dutton, Mary Ann, Goodman, Lisa A., and Bennett, Lauren (1999). Court-Involved Battered Women's Responses to Violence: The Role of Psychological, Physical, and Sexual Abuse. Violence and Victims, 14 (1), __-__.

   Fine, Michelle and Weis, Lois (1998). "Food in Our Stomachs and a Roof Overhead": African American Women Crossing Borders. The Unknown City: Lives of Poor and Working-Class Young Adults (pp. 161- 185). Boston: Beacon.

   Fenton, Zanita E. (1998). Domestic Violence in Black and White: Racialized Gender Stereotypes in Gender Violence. Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, 8(1), 1-.

   Fine, Michelle and Weis, Lois (1998). Crime Stories: A Critical Look Through Race, Ethnicity and Gender. Qualitative Studies in Education, 11, (3), 435-460.

   Gondolf, E. W., Fisher, E., and McFerron, J. R. (1988). Racial Differences among Shelter Residents: A Comparison of Anglo, Black, and Hispanic Battered Women. Journal of Family Violence, 3(1), 39-51.

   Goodman, Lisa, Bennett, Lauren, and Dutton, Mary (In press). Factors Related to Domestic Violence Victims' Cooperation with the Criminal Prosecution of their Abusers: the Role of Social Support. Violence and Victims, 14 (3).

   Goodman, Lisa, Bennett, Lauren, and Dutton, Mary (N.d.) Obstacles Women Face in Prosecuting Their Batterers: the Role of Social Support. College Park: University of Maryland (submitted for publication).

   Hampton, Robert L., Ed. (1991). Black Family Violence: Current Research and Theory. Lexington, MA: Lexington.

   Hampton, Robert L., Ed. (1987). Violence in the Black Family: Correlates and Consequences. Lexington, MA: Lexington.

   Hampton, Robert L. (1986). Family Violence and Homicides in the Black Community: Are They Linked? In U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Report of the Secretary's Task Force on Black and Minority Health (pp. 69-97). Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.

   Hampton, Robert, Carrillo, Ricardo, and Kim, Joan (1998). Violence in Communities of Color. In Ricardo Carrillo and Jerry Tello (Eds.), Family Violence and Men of Color:Healing the Wounded Male Spirit (pp. 1-30). New York: Springer.

   Hampton, Robert L. and Gelles, Richard J. (1994). Violence toward Black Women in a Nationally Representative Sample of Black Families. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 28(6), 105-119.

   Hampton, R. L., Gelles, R. J., and Harrop, J. W. (1989). Is Violence in Black Families Increasing? A Comparison of 1975 and 1985 National Survey Rates. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 51(4), 969-980.

   Harries, Keith, and Kovandzic, Eric (1999). Persistence, Intensity, and Areal Extent of Violence Against Women: Baltimore City, 1992 to 1995. Violence Against Women, 5(7), 813-.

   Harrison, Lisa A. & Esqueda, Cynthia Willis (1999). Myths and Stereotypes of Actors Involved in Domestic Violence: Implications for Domestic Violence Culpability Attributions. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 4(2), 129-138.

   Harvey, W. B. (1986). Homicide among Young Black Adults: Life in the Subculture of Exasperation. In D. F. Hawkins (Ed.), Homicide among Black Americans (pp. 153-171). Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

   Hawkins, Darnell (1987). Devalued Lives and Racial Stereotypes: Ideological Barriers to Prevention of Family Violence among Blacks. In Robert Hampton (Ed.), Violence in the Black Family: Correlates and Consequences (pp. 189-205). Lexington, MA: Lexington.

   hooks, bell (1990). When Brothers Are Batterers. Essence, 25, 148-.

   Huang, C. J., and Gunn, T. (2001). An Examination of Domestic Violence in an African American Community in North Carolina: Causes and Consequences. Journal of Black Studies, 31(6), 790-811.

   Jasinski, Jana L. (2001). Physical Violence among Anglo, African American, and Hispanic Couples: Ethnic Differences in Persistence and Cessation. Violence and Victims, 16(5), 479-490.

   Joseph, Janice (1997). Woman Battering: A Comparative Analysis of Black and White Women. In Glenda Kaufman Kantor and Jana Jasinski (Eds.), Out of the Darkness: Contemporary Perspectives on Family Violence, (pp. 161-169). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   Kupenda, Angela Mae (1998). Law, Life and Literature: A Critical Reflection of Life and Literature to Illuminate How Laws of Domestic Violence, Race, and Class Bind Black Women. Howard Law Journal, 42 (Fall), 1-.

   Lewis, Hope (1998). Global Intersections: Critical Race Feminist Human Rights and Inter/National Black Women. Maine Law Review 50, 309-.

   Locke, Lisa M. & Richman, Charles L. (1999). Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence: Race and Gender Issues. Sex Roles, 40(3/4), 227-247.

   Lockhart, Lettie (1991). Spousal Violence: A Cross-Racial Perspective. In Robert L. Hampton (Ed.), Black Family Violence: Current Research and Theory (pp. 85-101). Lexington, MA: Lexington.

   Lockhart, Lettie and White, Barbara W. (1989). A Reexamination of the Effects of Race and Social Class on the Incidence of Marital Violence: A Search for Reliable Differences. Journal of Marriage and Family, 49(3), 603-610.

   Lockhart, Lettie and White, Barbara W. (1989). Understanding Marital Violence in the Black Community. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, (4/December), 421-436.

   Manetta, Amenda A. (1999). Interpersonal Violence and Suicidal Behavior in Midlife African American Women. Journal of Black Studies, 29(4), 510-522.

   Mann, Coramae Richey (1987). Black Women Who Kill. In R. L. Hampton (Ed.), Violence in the Black Family (pp. 129-146). Lexington, MA: Lexington.

   Marsh, Clifton, E. (1993). Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence in the African American Community. The Western Journal of Black Studies, 17(4), 149-155.

   Mattley, C. & Schwartz, M. (1990). Emerging From Tyranny: Using the Battered Woman Scale to Compare the Gender Identities of Battered and Non-Battered Black Women. Symbolic Interaction, 13 (2), 281-289.

   McNair, L., and Neville, H. (1996). African American Women Survivors of Sexual Assault: The Intersection of Race and Class. In M. Hill and E. Rothblum (Eds.), Classism and Feminist Therapy: Counting Costs (pp. 107-118). New York: Haworth.

   Molina, Olga (2000). Divorce and Domestic Violence among African American Women. Journal of Divorce & Remarriage, 34(1/2), 131-141.

   Myers, L. J. (1990). Understanding Family Violence: An Afrocentric Analysis Based upon Optimal Theory. In D. S. Ruiz (Ed.), Handbook of Mental Health and Mental Disorder among Black Americans (pp. 183-189). New York: Greenwood.

   Neff, James Allan, Holamon, Bruce and Schulter, Tracy Davis (1995). Spousal Violence among Anglos, Blacks, and Mexican Americans: The Role of Demographic Variables, Psychosocial Predictors, and Alcohol Consumption. Journal of Family Violence, 10(1), 1-21.

   Newby, John, et al. (2000). Spouse Abuse by Black and White Offenders in the U.S. Army. Journal of Family Violence, 15(2), 199-209.

   Oliver, William (2000). Preventing Domestic Violence in the African American Community: The Rationale for Popular Culture Interventions.Violence Against Women, 6(5/May), 533-.

   Plass, P. S. (1993). African-American Family Homicide: Patterns of Partner, Parent, and Child Victimization. Journal of Black Studies, 23(4), 515-538.

   Raj, Anita, Sliverman, Jay, Wingood, Gina, and DiClemente, Ralph 1999). Prevalence and Correlates of Relationship Abuse among a Community-Based Sample of Low Income African American Women. Violence Against Women, 5(3), 272-291.

   Rasche, Christine E. (1995). Minority Women and Domestic Violence: The Unique Dilemmas of Battered Women of Color. In Barbara Raffel Price and Natalie J. Sokoloff (Eds.), The Criminal Justice System and Women: Offenders, Victims, Workers (Second Edition) (pp. 246-261). New York: McGraw-Hill.

   Richie, Beth E. (1994). Gender Entrapment: An Exploratory Study. In Alice Dan, ed. Reframing Women’s Health: Multidisciplinary Research and Practice (pp. 219-). Thousand Oaks: Sage.

   Richie, Beth E. (1996). Compelled to Crime: Gender Entrapment of Battered Black Women. New York: Routledge.

   Richie, Beth E. and Johnson, C. (1996). Abuse Histories among Newly Incarcerated Women in a New York City Jail. Journal of American Medical Women's Association, (May/July), 111-114.

   Robinson, Amanda and Chandek, Meghan (2000). Differential Police Response to Black Battered Women. Women & Criminal Justice, 12(2l3), 29- 61.

   Rogers, B., Taylor, M., and McGee, G. (n.d.). Black Women and Family Violence: A Guide for Service Providers. St. Paul: Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women.

   Staples, Robert (1976). Race and Family Violence: The Internal Colonialism Perspective. In L. E. Gary and L. P. Brown (Eds.), Crime and Its Impact on the Black Community (pp. 85-96). Washington, D.C.: Institute for Urban Development Center, Howard University.

   Stark, Evan (1999). Gendered Violence in the Black Community. In Darnell Hawkins (Ed.), Interpersonal Violence: The Ethnicity, Race and Class Nexus.London: Cambridge University.

   Stark, Evan and Flitcraft, Anne (1995). Killing the Beast Within: Woman Battering and Female Suicidality. International Journal of Health Studies, 25(1), 43-64.

   Sullivan, C. M., and Rumptz, M. H. (1994). Adjustment and Needs of African American Women Who Utilized a Domestic Violence Shelter. Violence and Victims, 9(3), 5-19.

   Taylor, J., and Zhang, X. (1990). Cultural Identity in Maritally Distressed and Nondistressed Black Couples. Western Journal of Black Studies, 14(4), 205-213.

   Thomas, E. K. (2000). Domestic Violence in the African-American and Asian-American Communities: A Comparative Analysis of Two Racial/Ethnic Minority Cultures and Implications for Mental Health Service Provision for Women of Color. Psychology: A Journal of Human Behavior, 32- 43.

   Thompson, Martie, Kaslow, Nadine, and Matthews, Alex (2000). Partner Violence, Social Support, and Distress among Inner-City African American Women. American Journal of Community Psychology, 28(1), 127-.

   Uzzell, 0. and W. Peebles-Wilkins (1989). Black Souse Abuse: A Focus on Relational Factors and Intervention Strategies. Western Journal of Black Studies, 13(1), 10-15.

   Websdale, Neil (1999). Understanding Domestic Homicide. Boston: Northeastern University.

   Weis, Lois (2001). Race, Gender, and Critique: African-American Women, White Women, and Domestic Violence in the 1980s and 1990s. Signs, 27(1), 139-170.

    West, Carolyn (1998). Lifting the "Political Gag Order": Breaking the Silence Around Partner Violence in Ethnic Minority Families. In Jana L. Jasinski and Linda M. Williams (Eds.), Partner Violence: A Comprehensive Review of 20 Years of Research (pp. 184-209). Thousand Oaks, CA.: Sage.

   West, Traci C. 1999. Wounds of the Spirit: Black Women, Violence, and Resistance Ethics. New York: New York University.

   White, Evelyn (1985). Chain, Chain, Change: For Black Women Dealing with Physical and Emotional Abuse. Expanded Version. Seattle: Seal.

   White, Evelyn (1986). Life Is a Song Worth Singing: Ending Violence in the Black Family. In Maryviolet Burns (ed.), The Speaking Profits Us: Violence in the Lives of Women of Color (pp. 11-15). Seattle: Center for Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence.

   Williams, Oliver J. (1992). Ethnically Sensitive Practice to Enhance Treatment Participation of African American Men Who Batter. Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 588-595.

   Williams, Oliver J. (1993). Developing an African American Perspective to Reduce Spouse Abuse: Considerations for Community Action. National Association of Social Workers, 1(2), 1-7.

   Willis, J. T. (1994). A Conceptual Model for Counseling the Violent Offender in Black Domestic Relations. Family Therapy, 21(2), 139-148.

   Wilson, L. L. and Stith, S. (1991). Culturally Sensitive Therapy With Black Clients. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 19, 32-43.

   Wilson, M. N., Cobb, D.D., and Dolan, R. T. (1987). Raising the Awareness of Wife Battering in Rural Black Areas of Central Virginia: A Community Outreach Approach. In R. L. Hampton, Ed., Violence in the Black Family: Correlated Consequences (pp. 121-131). Lexington, MA: Lexington.

   Wilt, Susan. A., Illman, Susan M., and Brodyfield, Maia (1997). Female Homicide Victims in New York City 1990-1994. New York: New York City Department of Health, Injury Prevention Program.

   Wright, E. A. (1998). Not a Black and White Issue: For Battered and Abused Latinas and Black Women, Dialing 911 May Be Risky Business. On the Issues, (Winter), 42-47.

   Wyatt, Gail, Axelrod, Julie, and Loeb, Tamra Burns (2000). Patterns of Vulnerability to Domestic Violence among African American Women. Violence Against Women, 6(5/May), 495-.



C. Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian, Pacific Island

1. General (Including Articles with More than One Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian or Pacific Island Group)

   Asbury, Jo-Ellen (1999). What Do We Know Now About Spouse Abuse in Families of Color in the United States? In Robert L. Hampton (Ed.), Family Violence (Second Edition) (pp.148-167). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   Bhaunik, M. (1988). A Study of Wife Abuse in Two Cultures: The American and the Asian American. Los Angeles: Micrographics Dept., Doheny Library, University of Southern California.

   Campbell, Doris Williams, Masaki, Beckie, and Torres, Sara (1997). Water on Rock: Changing Domestic Violence Perceptions in the African- American, Asian American, and Latino Communities. In Ethel Klein, Jacquelyn Campbell, Esta Soler, and Maressa Ghez (Eds.), Ending Domestic Violence (pp. 64-87). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   Chen, Shana (2000). The Immigrant Women of the Violence Against Women Act: The Role of the Asian American Consciousness in the Legislative Process. Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, 1: 823-848.

   Dasgupta, Shamita Das (2000). Charting the Course: An Overview of Domestic Violence in the South Asian Community in the United States. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 9(3), 173-185.

   Gabler, Michelle, Stern, Steven E., Miserandino, Marianne (1998). Latin American, Asian, and American Cultural Differences in Perceptions of Spousal Abuse. Psychological Reports, 83(2), 587-592.

   Hampton, Robert, Carrillo, Ricardo, and Kim, Joan (1998). Violence in Communities of Color. In Ricardo Carrillo and Jerry Tello (Eds.), Family Violence and Men of Color:Healing the Wounded Male Spirit (pp. 1-30). New York: Springer.

   Ho, C. K. (1990). An Analysis of Domestic Violence in Asian American Communities: A Multicultural Approach to Counseling. In L. S. Brown and M. Root (Eds.), Diversity and Complexity in Feminist Therapy (pp. 129-150). New York: Harrington Park.

   Huisman, K. A. (1996). Wife Battering in Asian American Communities: Identifying the Service Needs of an Overlooked Segment of the U.S. Population. Violence Against Women, 2(3), 260-283.

   Jang, D. (1998). Asian Immigrant Women Fight Domestic Violence. In G. Kirk and M. Okazawa-Rey (Eds.), Women's Lives: Multicultural Perspectives (pp. 179-181). Mountain View, CA: Mayfield.

   Lai, T. A. (1986). Asian Women: Resisting the Violence. In M. C. Burns (Ed.), The Speaking Profits Us: Violence in the Lives of Women of Color (pp. 8-11). Seattle, WA: Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence.

   Lovell, M. L., Tran, T. And Nguyen, C. D. (1987). (Southeast Asian) Refugee Women: Lives in Transition. International Social Work, 30, 317-325.

   Lum, J. (1988). Battered Asian Women. Rice, (March), 50-51.

   Lum, J. L. (1998). Family Violence. In L. C. Lee and N. W. S. Zane (Eds.), Handbook of Asian American Psychology (pp. 505-525). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   Meng, Eddy (1994). Mail-Order Brides: Gilded Prostitution and the Legal Response. University of Michigan Journal of Law Ref., 28, 197-.

   Nishioka, J. (1992). Asian Women and the Cycle of Abuse. New Moon, 3. Boston: Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence.

   Rasche, Christine E. (1995). Minority Women and Domestic Violence: The Unique Dilemmas of Battered Women of Color. In Barbara Raffel Price and Natalie J. Sokoloff (Eds.), The Criminal Justice System and Women: Offenders, Victims, Workers (Second Edition) (pp. 246-261). New York: McGraw-Hill.

   Rodriguez, Michael A.; Bauer, Heidi M.; Flores-Ortiz, Yvette; Szkupinski-Quiroga, Seline (1998). Factors Affecting Patient-Physician Communication for Abused Latina and Asian Immigrant Women. Journal of Family Practice, 47 (4), 309-.

   Thomas, E. K. (2000). Domestic Violence in the African-American and Asian-American Communities: A Comparative Analysis of Two Racial/Ethnic Minority Cultures and Implications for Mental Health Service Provision for Women of Color. Psychology: A Journal of Human Behavior, 32- 43.

   Wang, Karin (1996). Battered Asian American Women: Community Responses from the Battered Women's Movement and the Asian American Community, Asian Law Journal, 3, 151-.

   West, Carolyn (1998). Lifting the "Political Gag Order": Breaking the Silence Around Partner Violence in Ethnic Minority Families. In Jana L. Jasinski and Linda M. Williams (Eds.), Partner Violence: A Comprehensive Review of 20 Years of Research (pp. 184-209). Thousand Oaks, CA.: Sage.

2.Chinese

   Chan, S. and Leong, C. W. (1994). Chinese Families in Transition: Cultural Conflicts and Adjustment Problems. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 3(3), 263-281.

   Chin, K. L. (1994). Out-of-Town Brides: International Marriage and Wife Abuse among Chinese Immigrants. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 25(1), 53-69.

   Jetter, A. (1989). Fear Is Legacy of Wife Killing in Chinatown: Battered Asians Shocked by Husband's Probation. New York Newsday, November 26, p. 4.

   Lee, Mo-Yee. 2000. Understanding Chinese Battered Women in North America: A Review of the Literature and Practice Implications. Journal of Multicultural Social Work, 8(3l4), 215-.

   Xu, S., Campbell, J. C., and Zhu, F. C. (2001). Intimate Partner Violence against Chinese Women: The Past, Present, and Future. Trauma Violence and Abuse, 2(4), 296-315.

   Yick, Alice (2001). Feminist Theory and Status Inconsistency Theory: Application to Domestic Violence in Chinese Immigrant Families. Violence Against Women, 7(5), 545-.

   Yick, A. G. And Agbanyani-Siewart, P. (1997). Perceptions of Domestic Violence in a Chinese American Community. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 12(6), 832-846.

3.Japanese

   Yoshihama, Mieko (1999). Domestic Violence Against Women of Japanese Descent in Los Angeles: Two Methods of Estimating Prevalence. Violence Against Women, 5(8), 869-.

    Yoshihama, Mieko (2000). Reinterpreting Strength and Safety in a Socio-Cultural Context: Dynamics of Domestic Violence and Experiences of Women of Japanese Descent. Children and Youth Services Review, 22(3/4), 207-.

4.Korean

   Kim, Jae Yop and Sung, Kyu-taik (2000). Conjugal Violence in Korean American Families: A Residue of the Cultural Tradition. Journal of Family Violence, 15(4), 331-345.

   Rhee, Siyon (1997). Domestic Violence in the Korean Immigrant Family.” Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 24 (1), 63-77.

   Shin, H. L. (1995). Violence and Intimacy: Risk Markers and Predictors of Wife Abuse among Korean Immigrants. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Southern California.

   Song, Y. I.. (1996). Battered Women in Korean Immigrant Families. NY: Garland.

   Song, Y.I. (1992). Battered Korean Women in the Urban United States. In S. Furuto, R. Biswas, D. K. Chung, K. Murase, and Y. F. Ross-Sheriff (Eds.). Social Work Practice with Asian Americans (pp. 213-226). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

   Song, Y. I. (1986). Battered Korean Women in Urban America: The Relationship of Cultural Conflict to Wife Abuse. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Ohio State University, Columbus.

   Sun-Hee Park, Lisa (1997). Navigating the Anti-Immigrant Wave: The Korean Women's Hotline and the Politics of Community. In Nancy Naples (Ed.), Community Activism and Feminist Politics: Organizing Across Race, Class and Gender (pp. 175-195). New York: Routledge.

   Yim. S (1979). Korean Battered Wife. In W. Sunwoo and L. Kim (Eds.), The Struggle for Humanization. Los Angeles: California State University.

   Yim, S. B. (1978). Korean Battered Woman: A Sociological and Psychological Analysis of Conjugal Violence in Korean Immigrant Families. In H. Sunoo and D. Rom (Eds.), Korean Women Struggle for Humanization (pp. 171-199). Memphis, TN: Korean Christian Scholars.

5. Vietnamese

   Bui, Hoan and Morash, Merry (N.D.) Domestic Violence in the Vietnamese Community: An Exploratory Study. Violence Against Women, 5(7), 769-.

   Kibria, N. (1993). Family Tightrope: The Changing Lives of Vietnamese Americans. Princeton: Princeton University.

   Lovell, M. L., Tran, T. And Nguyen, C. D. (1987). (Southeast Asian) Refugee Women: Lives in Transition. International Social Work, 30, 317- 325.



   Segal, Uma (2000). A Pilot Exploration of Family Violence among Nonclinical Vietnamese. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 15(5): 523-.

   Tran, Carolee Giaouyen (1997). Domestic Violence among Vietnamese Refugee Women: Prevalence, Abuse Characteristics, Psychiatric Symptoms, and Psychosocial Factors. Dissertation Abstracts International: B: Sciences & Engineering, 57(11-B), 7239.

6.Asian Indian / South Asian

   Abraham, Margaret (2000). Fighting Back: Abused Women’s Strategies of Resistance. Speaking the Unspeakable: Marital Violence among South Asian Immigrants in the United States (pp. 132-153). New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University.

   Abraham, Margaret (2000). Isolation as a Form of Marital Violence: The South Asian Immigrant Experience. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 9(3), 221-236.

   Abraham, Margaret (1995). Ethnicity, Gender, and Marital Violence: South Asian Women's Organizations in the United States. Gender & Society, 9(4), 450-468

   Abraham, Margaret (1998). Speaking the Unspeakable: Marital Violence Against South Asian Immigrant Women in the United States. Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 5(2), 215-241.

   Abraham, Margaret (1998). Alienation and Marital Violence in the South Asian Community in the United States. In D. Kaleki-Fishman (Ed.), Designs for Alienation: Exploring Diverse Realities (pp. 175-196). University of Jyvaskyla, Finland: Sophi.

   Abraham, Margaret (1999). Sexual Abuse in South Asian Immigrant Marriages. Violence Against Women, 5(6), 591-.

   Abraham, Margaret (2000). Speaking the Unspeakable: Marital Violence among South Asian Immigrants in the United States. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University.

   Almeida, Rhea, and Dolan-Delvecchio, Ken (1999). Addressing Culture in Batterers Intervention: The Asian Indian Community as an Illustrative Example. Violence Against Women 5(6), 654-.

   Ayyub, Ruksana (2000). Domestic Violence in the South Asian Muslim Immigrant Population in the United States. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 9(3), 237-248.

   Bhattacharjee, Anannya (1997). The Public/Private Mirage: Mapping Homes and Undomesticating Violence Work in the South Asian Indian Community. In M. Jacqui Alexander and Chandra Talpede Mohanty (Eds.), Feminist Genealogies, Colonial Legacies, and Democratic Futures (pp. 308-329). New York: Routledge.

   Dao, H. (1988). The Battered Southeast Asian Woman: Who Is She? Paper presented at the National Conference Against Domestic Violence Fourth National Conference and Membership Meeting, Seattle, WA.

   Dasgupta, K. (1993). Asian Indian Women: Guidelines for Community Intervention in the Event of Abuse. Family Violence & Sexual Assault Bulletin, 9, 25-29.

   Dasgupta, Shamita Das (2000). Charting the Course: An Overview of Domestic Violence in the South Asian Community in the United States. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 9(3), 173-185.

   Dasgupta, Shamita Das and Warrier, Sujata (1996). In the Footsteps of "Arundhati": Asian Indian Women's Experience of Domestic Violence in the United States. Violence Against Women, 2(3), 238-259.

   Dasgupta, Shamita Das and Warrier, Sujata (1997). Barriers to Making Change. Invisible Terms: Domestic Violence in the Asian Indian Context (Second Edition). Union, NJ: Manavi.

   Dasgupta, Shamita Das and Warrier, Sujata (1995, 1997). In Visible Terms: Domestic Violence in the Asian Indian Context. Bloomfield, NJ: Manavi. Also Revised Second Edition, Union, NJ: Manavi.

   Ganguly, Anindita (1998). Predictors of Attitudes Towards Wife-Beating among Asian Indians in America. Dissertation Abstracts International: B: the Sciences & Engineering, 58(9-B), 5188.

   Kanuha, Valli (1987). Sexual Assault in Southeast Asian Communities: Issues in Intervention. Response to Victimization of Women and Children, 10(3), 4-6.

   Krishnan, Satya P., Baig-Amin, Malahat, Gilbert, Louisa, El-Bassel, Nabila, & Waters, Anne (1998). Lifting the Veil of Secrecy: Domestic Violence Against South Asian Women in the United States. In Shamita Das Dasgupta (Ed.), A Patchwork Shawl: Chronicles of South Asian Women in America (pp. 145-159). New Brunswick: Rutgers University.

   Mehrotra, Meeta (1995). Immigrant Status and Wife Abuse: The Experiences of Asian Indian Women. Paper presented at annual meeting for the Sociologists for Women in Society.

   Mehrotra, Meeta (1999). The Social Construction of Wife Abuse: Experiences of Asian Indian Women in the United States.Violence Against Women, 5(6), 619-.

   Merchant, Munira (2000).A Comparative Study of Agencies Assisting Domestic Violence Victims: Does the South Asian Community Have Special Needs? Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 9(3), 249-259.

   Narayan, Uma (1997). Cross-Cultural Connections, Border-Crossing, and “Death by Culture:” Thinking about Dowry-Murders in India and Domestic-Violence Murders in the United States. Dislocating Culture: Identities, Traditions, and Third World Feminism (Ch. 3, pp. 81-117). New York: Routledge.

   Preisser, Amita Bhandari (1999). Domestic Violence in South Asian Communities in America: Advocacy and Intervention.Violence Against Women, 5(6), 684-.

   Purkayastha, Bandana (2000). Liminal Lives: South Asian Youth and Domestic Violence. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 9(3), 201-219.

   Rahim, Habibeh (2000). Virtue, Gender and the Family: Reflections on Religious Texts in Islam and Hinduism. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 9(3), 187-171.

   Sheehan, Helen, Javier, Rafael Art, and Thanjan, Theresa (2000). Introduction to the Special Issue on Domestic Violence and the South Asian Community. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 9(3), 167-171.

   Singh, Raghu N., and Unnithan, N. Prabha (1999). Wife Burning: Cultural Cues for Lethal Violence against Women among Asian Indians in the United States. Violence Against Women, 5(6), 641-653.

   Vaid, Jyotsna (1989). Seeking a Voice: South Asian Women's Groups in North America. In Asian Women United of California (Eds.), Making Waves: An Anthology of Writings By and About Asian American Women (pp. 395-405). Boston: Beacon.

7. Asian/Pacific Island
   (a). Genereal

   Agtuca, Jacqueline, in collaboration with the Asian Women's Shelter (1992). A Community Secret: For the Filipina in an Abusive Relationship. Seattle: Seal.

   Bush, V. (1982). The Silent Crisis of Pacific Asian Women. Western States Shelter Network Review, 6(10/July/August), __-__.

   Eng, Patricia (1995). Domestic Violence in Asian/Pacific Island Communities: A Public Health Issue. In D. L. Adams (Ed.), Health Issues for Women of Color: A Cultural Diversity Perspective (pp. 78-88). Thousand Oaks, CA.: Sage.

   Hampton, Robert, Carrillo, Ricardo, and Kim, Joan (1998). Violence in Communities of Color. In Ricardo Carrillo and Jerry Tello (Eds.), Family Violence and Men of Color:Healing the Wounded Male Spirit (pp. 1-30). New York: Springer.

   Ling, Margarita Wan, and Tax, Cheng Imm (1999). Holding Up More than Half the Heavens. In Amy Kesselman, Lily McNair, and Nancy Schniedewind (Eds.). Women, Images and Realities: A Multicultural Anthology, Second Ed. (Pp. 432-435). Mountain View, CA: Mayfield.

   Rimonte, Nilda (1989). Domestic Violence among Pacific Asians. In Asian Women United of California (Eds.). Making Waves: An Anthology of Writings By and About Asian American Women (pp. 327-336). Boston: Beacon.

   Rimonte, Nilda (1991). A Question of Culture: Cultural Approval of Violence against Women in the Pacific-Island Community and the Cultural Defense. Stanford Law Review, 43, 1311-1326.

   Yoshihama, M., Parekh, A. L., and Boyington, D. (1991). Dating Violence in Asian/Pacific Communities. In B. Levy (Ed.), Dating Violence: Young Women in Danger (pp. 184-301). Seattle: Seal.

   (b). Filipina/o

   Agtuca, Jacqueline, in collaboration with the Asian Women's Shelter (1992). A Community Secret: For the Filipina in an Abusive Relationship. Seattle: Seal.

   Bundang, Rachel (1999). Scars ARE History: Colonialism, Written on the Body." In Nantawan Boonprasat Lewis and Marie Fortune (Eds.). Remembering Conquest: Feminist/Womanist Perspectives on Religion, Colonization, and Sexual Violence (pp. 53- 70). New York: Haworth Pastoral/Haworth.

   Marin, Leni, Ed. (1996). Organizing a Community-Based Response to Domestic Violence: The Filipino Experience. Family Violence Prevention Fund. (Suite 304, San Francisco, CA 94103. 415-252-8900. www.fvpf.org.)

8. Cambodian

   Frye, Barbara, and D’Avanzo, Carolyn (1994). Cultural Themes in Family Stress and Violence among Cambodian Refugee Women in the Inner City. Advances in Nursing Science, 16(3), 64-77.

   Kulig, J.C. (1994). Those with Unheard Voices: The Plight of a Cambodian Refugee Woman. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 11, 99-107.

   Yoshioka, Marianne, and DiNoia, Jennifer (2000). Attitudes Toward Marital Violence Among Chinese and Cambodian Adults. Unpub. Ms. Columbia University, School of Social Work.

D. Arab

   Haj-Yahia, Muhammad (2000). Wife Abuse and Battering in the Sociocultural Context of Arab Society. Family Process, 39(2), 237-255.

   Kulwicki, Anahid Devartanian, and Miller, June (1999). Domestic Violence in the Arab American Population: Transforming Environmental Conditions through Community Education. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 20(3), 199-215.

   Rabin, Barbara, Markus, Elliot, and Voghera, Nira (1999). A Comparative Study of Jewish and Arab Battered Women Presenting in an Emergency Room of a General Hospital." Social Work in Health Care 29 (2) , 69-.

E. Latina or Hispanic

1. General (Including More than One Latina or Hispanic Group)

   Arbuckle, Justin et al (1996). Safe at Home? Domestic Violence and Other Homicides Among Women in New Mexico. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 27, 210-215.

   Asbury, Jo-Ellen (1999). What Do We Know Now About Spouse Abuse in Families of Color in the United States? In Robert L. Hampton (Ed.), Family Violence (Second Edition) (pp.148-167). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   Berenson, A. B. (1991). Drug Abuse and Other Risk Factors for Physical Abuse in Pregnancy among White Non-Hispanic, Black, and Hispanic Women. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 164(6), 1491-1499.

   Bonilla-Santiago, Gloria. (1996). Latina Battered Women: Barriers to Service Delivery and Cultural Considerations. In Albert R. Roberts (Ed.), Helping Battered Women: New Perspectives and Remedies (pp. 229-234). New York: Oxford University.

   Caetano, R., Cunradi, C., Schafer, J., and Clark, C. (1997). Partner Violence and Drinking among Whites, Blacks, and Hispanics in the U.S. Presented at the 1997 Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism, San Francisco, CA.

   Caetano, Raul, Schafer, John, and Raspberry, Kelly. (2000). Intimate Partner Violence, Acculturation, and Alcohol Consumption among Hispanic Couples in the United States. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 15(1), 30-.

   Campbell, Doris Williams, Masaki, Beckie, and Torres, Sara (1997). Water on Rock: Changing Domestic Violence Perceptions in the African-American, Asian American, and Latino Communities. In Ethel Klein, Jacquelyn Campbell, Esta Soler, and Maressa Ghez (Eds.),Ending Domestic Violence (pp. 64-87). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   deMendoza, V. B. ( ). Culturally Appropriate Care for Pregnant Latina Women Who Are Victims of Domestic Abuse. 2001. JOGNN, 30(6), 579-588. (J. B. Lippincott)

   Fine, Michelle, Roberts, Rosemarie A., Weis, Lois (1998). Refusing the Betrayal: Latinas Redefining Gender, Sexuality, Family and Home. Unpublished Manuscript. New York.

   Fine, Michelle and Weis, Lois (1998). Crime Stories: A Critical Look Through Race, Ethnicity and Gender. Qualitative Studies in Education, 11 (3), 435-460.

   Flores-Ortiz, Y. (1993). La Mujer y La Violencia: A Culturally Based Model for the Understanding and Treatment of Domestic Violence in Chicana/Latina Communities.

   Gabler, Michelle, Stern, Steven E., Miserandino, Marianne (1998). Latin American, Asian, and American Cultural Differences in Perceptions of Spousal Abuse. Psychological Reports, 83(2), 587-592.

   Gondolf, E. W., Fisher, E., and McFerron, J. R. (1988). Racial Differences among Shelter Residents: A Comparison of Anglo, Black, and Hispanic Battered Women. Journal of Family Violence, 3(1), 39-51.

   Hampton, Robert, Carrillo, Ricardo, and Kim, Joan (1998). Violence in Communities of Color. In Ricardo Carrillo and Jerry Tello (Eds.), Family Violence and Men of Color:Healing the Wounded Male Spirit (pp. 1-30). New York: Springer.

   Jasinski, Jana L. (1996). Structural Inequalities, Family and Cultural Factors, and Spousal Violence among Anglo and Hispanic Americans. Unpublished doctoral Dissertation, University of New Hampshire, Durham.

   Jasinski, Jana 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, Jana L. (1996). Structural Inequalities, Family and Cultural Factors, and Spousal Violence Among Anglo and Hispanic Americans. Unpublished doctoral Dissertation, University of New Hampshire, Durham.

   Jasinski, J. L., Asdigian, N. L., and Kaufman Kantor, G. (in press). Ethnic Adaptations to Occupational Strain: Work Stress, Drinking, and Wife Assault among Anglo and Hispanic Husbands. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

   Kaufman Kantor, G., Jasinski, J., and Aldarondo, Ed (1994). Socio- cultural Status and Incidence of Marital Violence in Hispanic Families. Violence and Victims, 9(3), 207-222.

   Krishan, S., Hilbert, J., Van Leeuwen, D. And Kolia, R. (1997). Documenting Domestic Violence among Ethnically Diverse Populations: Results from a Preliminary Study. Family and Community Health, 30, 317-325.

   Low, Goergiana, and Organista, Kurt (2000). Latinas and Sexual Assault: Towards Culturally Sensitive Assessment and Intervention. Journal of Multicultural Social Work, 8(1/2), 131-157.

   Mattson, Susan, and Rodriguez, Ester (1999). Battering in Pregnant Latinas. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 20(4), 405-422.

   Perilla, J. L., Bakeman, R, and Norris, F. H. (1994). Culture and Domestic Violence: The Ecology of Abused Latinas. Violence and Victims, 9(4), 325-339.

   Rasche, Christine E. (1995). Minority Women and Domestic Violence: The Unique Dilemmas of Battered Women of Color. In Barbara Raffel Price and Natalie J. Sokoloff (Eds.), The Criminal Justice System and Women: Offenders, Victims, Workers (Second Edition) (pp. 246-261). New York: McGraw-Hill.

   Rios, E. (199_). Double Jeopardy: Cultural and Systemic Barriers Faced by Latin Battered Women . In Cynthia R. Danilles (Ed.), Feminists Negotiate the State (pp.__-__). Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

   Rivera, Jenny (1997/1998). Preliminary Report: Availability of Domestic Violence Services for Latina Survivors in New York State. In the Public Interest, 16, 1-32.

   Rivera, Jenny (1997). Domestic Violence Against Latinas by Latino Males: An Analysis of Race, National Origin, and Gender Differentials. In Adrien Katherine Wing (Ed.), Critical Race Feminism: A Reader (pp. 259-266). New York: New York University.

   Rodriguez, Michael A.; Bauer, Heidi M.; Flores-Ortiz, Yvette; Szkupinski-Quiroga, Seline (1998). Factors Affecting Patient-Physician Communication for Abused Latina and Asian Immigrant Women. Journal of Family Practice. No. 4, Vol. 47, pp. 309-.

   Russel y Rodriguez, Monica (1997). (En)countering Domestic Violence, Complicity, and Definitions of Chicana Womanhood. Voces: A Journal of Chicano/Latina Studies, 1(2), 104-141. (Berkeley: Chicana/Latina Research Center).

   Santiago, Anna M. and Morash, Merry (1995). Strategies for Serving Latina Battered Women. In J. A. Garber and R. S. Turner (Eds.), Gender in Urban Research (pp. 219-235). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

    Straus, M. A., and Smith, C. (1990). Violence in Hispanic Families in the United States: Incidence Rates and Structural Interpretations. In M. A. Straus and R. J. Gelles (Eds.), Physical Violence in American Families: Risk Factors and Adaptations to Violence in 8,145 Families (pp. 341-368). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.

   Torres, S. (1991). A Comparison of Wife Abuse between Two Cultures: Perceptions, Attitudes, Nature and Extent. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 12, 113-131.

   Vidales, Guadalupe, Dombrink, John, and Jenness, Valerie. 1999. Latinas and Domestic Violence: Barriers to Asserting Rights, Accessing Services, and Pursuing Justice. Unpub. Ms. Irvine, CA: University of California.

   West, C. M., Jasinski, J. L., and Kaufman Kantor, G. (1997). Predictors of Help Seeking by Hispanic and Anglo Battered Women. Manuscript submitted for publication.

   West, Carolyn (1998). Lifting the "Political Gag Order": Breaking the Silence Around Partner Violence in Ethnic Minority Families. In Jana L. Jasinski and Linda M. Williams (Eds.), Partner Violence: A Comprehensive Review of 20 Years of Research (pp. 184-209). Thousand Oaks, CA.: Sage.

   Wist, William, and McFarlane, Judith (2000). Severity of Spousal and Intimate Partner Abuse to Pregnant Hispanic Women. Violence and Abuse Abstracts, 6(2).

   Wist, William H. & McFarlane (1998). Utilization of Police by Abused Pregnant Hispanic Women. Violence Against Women, 4(6), 677-693.

   Wright, E. A. (1998). Not a Black and White Issue: For Battered and Abused Latinas and Black Women, Dialing 911 May Be Risky Business. On the Issues, (Winter), 42-47.

   Zambrano, M. M. (1994). No Mas! Guia Para La Mujer Golpeada. Seattle: Seal.

   Zambrano, M. M. (1985). For the Latina in an Abusive Relationship. Seattle: Seal.

2. Mexicana / Chicana

   Arbuckle, Justin et al. (1996). Safe at Home? Domestic Violence and Other Homicides Among Women in New Mexico. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 27, 210-215.

   Carroll, J. C. (1980). A Cultural Consistency Theory of Family Violence in Mexican American and Jewish Ethnic Groups. In G. T. Hotaling and M. A. Straus (Eds.), The Social Causes of Husband-Wife Violence (pp. 93-106). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota.

   Fernandez-Esquer, Maria Eugenia, and McCloskey, Laura Ann (1999). Coping with Partner Abuse among Mexican American and Anglo Women: Ethnic and Socioeconomic Influences.” Violence and Victims, 14 (3/Fall), 293-.

   Firestone, Juanita, Lambert, Linda, and Vega, William (1999). Intimate Violence among Women of Mexican Origin: Correlates of Abuse. Journal of Gender, Culture, and Health, 4(2), 119-.

   Neff, James Allan, Holamon, Bruce and Schulter, Tracy Davis (1995). Spousal Violence among Anglos, Blacks, and Mexican Americans: The Role of Demographic Variables, Psychosocial Predictors, and Alcohol Consumption.Journal of Family Violence, 10(1), 1-21.

    Russel y Rodriguez, Monica (1997). (En)countering Domestic Violence, Complicity, and Definitions of Chicana Womanhood. In Voces: A Journal of Chicana/Latina Studies, 1(2), 104-141. (Berkeley: Chicana/Latina Research Center.)

   Sorenson, Susan B. and Telles, Cynthia A. (1991). Self-Reports of Spousal Violence in a Mexican-American and Non-Hispanic White Population. Violence and Victims, 6(1), 3-15.

   Teran, Lee J. (1999). Barriers to Protection at Home and Abroad: Mexican Victims of Domestic Violence and the Violence Against Women Act. Boston University International Law Journal, 17 (1/Spring), 1-.

3.Puerto Rican

   Fine, Michelle, Roberts, Rosemarie A., Weis, Lois (Forthcoming). Refusing the Betrayal: Latinas Redefining Gender, Sexuality, Family and Home. Unpublished Manuscript. New York.

   Romany, Celina (1994). Killing "the Angel in the House": Digging for the Political Vortex of Male Violence Against Women. In M.A. Fineman and R. Mykitiuk (Eds.), The Public Nature of Private Violence: The Discovery of Domestic Abuse (pp. 285-302). New York: Routledge.

   Toro-Alfonso, Jose (1999). Domestic Violence Among Same-Sex Partners in the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Communities In Puerto Rico: Approaching the Issue. In Beth Leventhal & Sandra Lundy, Eds. Same-Sex Domestic Violence: Strategies for Change (pp.156- ). Thousand Oaks: Sage.



F. Native American / American Indian

1. General (Includes More than One Native American Group)

   Allen, Paula Gunn (1985). Violence and the American Indian Women. In Working Together to Prevent Sexual and Domestic Violence. Seattle, WA: Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence.

   American Indian Women Against Domestic Violence (1984). Position Paper. St. Paul: Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women.

   Arbuckle, Justin et al (1996). Safe at Home? Domestic Violence and Other Homicides Among Women in New Mexico. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 27, 210-215.

   Asbury, Jo-Ellen (1999). What Do We Know Now About Spouse Abuse in Families of Color in the United States? In Robert L. Hampton (Ed.), Family Violence (2nd Ed.) (pp.148-167). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   Bachman, R. (1992). Death and Violence on the Reservation: Homicide, Family Violence, and Suicide in American Indian Populations. Westport, CT: Auburn House.

   Chester, B., Robin, R. W., Koss, M. P., Lopez, J., Goldman, D. (1994). Grandmother Dishonored: Violence Against Women by Male Partners in American Indian Communities. Violence and Victims, 9(3), 241-258.

   Clark, D. W. (2001). Domestic Violence Screening, Policies, and Procedures in Indian Health Service Facilities. Journal—American Board of Family Practice, 14(4), 252-258.

   Coker, Donna (1999). Enhancing Autonomy for Battered Women: Lessons from Navajo Peacemaking. UCLA Law Review, October, 47 (1), .

   Fairchild, D.G., Fairchild, M.W., and Stone, S. (1998). Prevalence of Adult Domestic Violence among Women Seeking routine Care in a Native American Health Care Facility. American Journal of Public Health, 88, 1515-1517.

   Hamby, Sherry L. (2000). The Importance of Community in a Feminist Analysis of Domestic Violence among American Indians. American Journal of Community Psychology, 28(5), 649-.

   Krishan, S., Hilbert, J., Van Leeuwen, D. And Kolia, R. (1997). Documenting Domestic Violence among Ethnically Diverse Populations: Results from a Preliminary Study. Family and Community Health, 30, 317-325.

   McIntire, M. (1988). Societal Barriers Faced by American Indian Battered Women. Women Nations Newsletter, Summer.

   Murray, Virginia H. (1998). Traditional Legal Perspective: A Comparative Survey of the Historic Civil, Common, and American Indian Tribal Law Responses to Domestic Violence. Oklahoma City University Law Review 23, 433-.

   Norton, H. M. and Manson, S. M. (1995). A Silent Minority: Battered American Indian Women. Journal of Family Violence, 10(3), 307-318.

   Valencia-Weber, Gloria, and Zuni, Christine (1995). Domestic Violence and Tribal Protection of Indigenous Women in the United States. St. John’s Law Review, 69 (Winter/Spring), 69-.

   West, Carolyn (1998). Lifting the "Political Gag Order": Breaking the Silence Around Partner Violence in Ethnic Minority Families. In Jana L. Jasinski and Linda M. Williams (Eds.), Partner Violence: A Comprehensive Review of 20 Years of Research (pp. 184-209). Thousand Oaks, CA.: Sage.

Wolk, L. E. (1982). Minnesota's American Indian Battered Women: The Cycle of Oppression; A Cultural Awareness Training Manual for Non-Indian Professionals. St. Paul, MN: St. Paul Indian Center.

2.Cheyenne

   Murray, Virginia H. (1998). Traditional Legal Perspective: A Contemporary Survey of the Historic Civil, Common and American Indian Tribal Law Responses to Domestic Violence. Oklahoma City University Law Review 23, 433-.

3. Cherokee

   Murray, Virginia H. (1998). Traditional Legal Perspective: A Contemporary Survey of the Historic Civil, Common and American Indian Tribal Law Responses to Domestic Violence. Oklahoma City University Law Review, 23, 433-.

4.Hopi

   Verlarde-Castillo, A. R. (1992). Spousal Abuse among Hopi Women. Unpublished manuscript, University of Texas at Austin.

5. Navajo

   Coker, Donna (1999). Enhancing Autonomy for Battered Women: Lessons from Navajo Peacemaking. UCLA Law Review, 47(1).

   Feinman, C. (1992). Woman Battering on the Navajo Reservation. International Review of Victimology, 2, 137-146.

   McEachern, Diane, Van Winkle, Marlene, and Steiner, Sue (1998). Domestic Violence among the Navajo: A Legacy of Colonization. Journal of Poverty, Special Issue: Pressing Issues of Inequality, 2(4), 31-46.

   Murray, Virginia H. (1998). Traditional Legal Perspective: A Comparative Survey of the Historic Civil, Common, and American Indian Tribal Law Responses to Domestic Violence. Oklahoma City University Law Review, 23, pp. 433-.

   Valencia-Weber, Gloria & Zuni, Christine P. (1995). Symposium: Women's Rights as International Human Rights: Domestic Violence and Tribal Protection of Indigenous Women in the United States. St. John's Law Review, 69 (Winter/Spring), 69-.

G. Immigrant

   Abraham, Margaret (2000). Isolation as a Form of Marital Violence: The South Asian Immigrant Experience. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 9(3), 221-236.

   Abraham, Margaret (1998). Alienation and Marital Violence among South Asian Immigrant Women in the United States. Family and Gender, ___, 175-196.

    Abraham, Margaret (1999). Sexual Abuse in South Asian Immigrant Marriages. Violence Against Women, 5(6), 591-.

   Abraham, Margaret (2000). Speaking the Unspeakable: Marital Violence among South Asian Immigrants in the United States. New Brunswick: Rutgers University.

   Anderson, Michelle (1993). A License to Abuse: The Impact of Conditional Status on Female Immigrants. Yale Law Journal, 102, 1401-1430.

   Anker, D. (2001). Refugee Status and Violence Against Women in the “Domestic” Sphere: The Non-State Actor Question. Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 15(3), 391-402.

   Ayyub, Ruksana (2000). Domestic Violence in the South Asian Muslim Immigrant Population in the United States. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 9(3), 237-248.

   Bhattacharjee, Anannya (1997). The Public/Private Mirage: Mapping Homes and Undomesticating Violence Work in the South Asian Indian Community. In M. Jacqui Alexander and Chandra Talpede Mohanty (Eds.), Feminist Genealogies, Colonial Legacies, and Democratic Futures(pp. 308-329). New York: Routledge.

   Board of Immigration Appeals Rejects Domestic Violence as a Basis for Asylum. (1999). Public Interest Law Reporter, 4(3), 23-.

   Browne, Angela (1999). Domestic Violence in Context: A Forum on Race, Immigration, and Poverty. Paper presented at the University of New Hampshire, 6th International Family Violence Research Conference. Durham.

   Chen, Shana W. (2000). The Immigrant Women of the Violence Against Women Act: The Role of the Asian American Consciousness in the Legislative Process. Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, 1, 823-848.

   Chin, K. L. (1994). Out-of-Town Brides: International Marriage and Wife Abuse among Chinese Immigrants. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 25(1), 53-69.

   Dasgupta, Shamita Das (2000). Charting the Course: An Overview of Domestic Violence in the South Asian Community in the United States. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 9(3), 173-185.

   Dasgupta, Shamita Das and Warrier, Sujata (1996). In the Footsteps of "Arundhati": Asian Indian Women's Experience of Domestic Violence in the United States. Violence Against Women, 2(3), 238-259.

   Dasgupta, Shamita Das (1998). Women's Realities: Defining Violence Against Women by Immigration, Race, and Class. In Raquel Kennedy Bergen (Ed.), Issues in Intimate Violence (pp. 209-219). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   Family Violence Prevention Fund (N.d.). Working With Battered Immigrant Women: A Handbook to Make Services Accessible. Author: Leti Volpp. Editor: Leni Marin. San Francisco: Family Violence Prevention Fund.

   Franco, F. E. (1996). Unconditional Safety for Conditional Immigrant Women. Berkeley Women's Law Journal, 11, pp. 99-141.

   Garcia, Martha Lucia (1999). A “New Kind” of Battered Woman: Challenges for the Movement. In Beth Leventhal and Sandra Lundy (Eds.), Same-Sex Domestic Violence: Strategies for Change (pp. 165-171). Thousand Oaks: Sage

   Goldberg, Pamela (1993). Anyplace But Home: Asylum in the U.S. for Women Fleeing Intimate Violence, Cornell International Law Journal, 26, 565-.

   Goldman, Maurice (1999). The Violence Against Women Act: Meeting Its Goals in Protecting Battered Immigrant Women? Family and Conciliation Courts Review, 37(3/July), 375-392.

   Jang, D. (1998). Asian Immigrant Women Fight Domestic Violence. In G. Kirk and M. Okazawa-Rey (Eds.), Women's Lives: Multicultural Perspectives (pp. 179-181). Mountain View, CA: Mayfield.

   Jang, D., Lee, D., and Morello-Frosch, R. (1990). Domestic Violence in the Immigrant and Refugee Community: Responding to the Needs of Immigrant Women. Response to Victimization of Women and Children, 13(4), 2-7.

   Jang, D. L., Marin, L., and Pendleton, G. (Eds.) (1997).Domestic Violence in Immigrant and Refugee Communities: Asserting the Right of Battered Women (Second Edition). San Francisco: Family Violence Prevention Fund.

   Lewis, Hope (1998). Global Intersections: Critical Race Feminist Human Rights and Inter/National Black Women. Maine Law Review 50, 309-.

   Lilienthal, Ryan (1996). Old Hurdles Hamper New Options For Battered Immigrant Women. Brooklyn Law Review 62, 1595-.

   Maher, Heather (2000). Immigration and Domestic Violence: Selected Issues. Women Lawyers' Journal, 86(2), 13-18.

   Mehrotra, Meeta (1995). Immigrant Status and Wife Abuse: The Experiences of Asian Indian Women. Paper presented at the annual meeting for the Sociologists for Women in Society.

   Mehrotra, Meeta (1999). The Social Construction of Wife Abuse: Experiences of Asian Indian Women in the United States. Violence Against Women, 5(6), 619-.

   Meng, Eddy (1994). Mail-Order Brides: Gilded Prostitution and the Legal Response, University of Michigan Journal of Law Ref., 28, 197-.

   Narayan, Uma ( 1995). "Male Order" Brides: Immigrant Women, Domestic Violence and Immigration Law. Hypatia, 10 (1lWinter), 104-119.

   Narayan, Uma (1995). “Male Order” Brides: Immigrant Women, Domestic Violence and Immigration Law. Hypatia, 10 (1/Winter), 104-119.

   Orloff, Leslye E. (1999) Access to Public Benefits for Battered Immigrant Women and Children. Journal of Poverty Law and Policy Clearinghouse Review, September/October, 237-256.

   Orloff, Leslye E. and Dave, Nomi (1997). Identifying Barriers: Survey of Immigrant Women and Domestic Violence in the D.C. Metropolitan Area. Poverty & Race, 6(4), 9-12.

   Orloff, Leslye E., Jang, Deeana, and Klein, Catherine (1995). With No Place to Turn: Improving Legal Advocacy for Battered Immigrant Women. Family Law Quarterly, 29(2), 313-329.

   Perilla, J. L. (1999). Domestic Violence as a Human Rights Issue: The Case of Immigrant Latinos. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 21(2), 107-133.

   Pressman, Sandra D. (1995). Legal Issues Confronting Conditional Resi- dent Aliens Who Are Victims of Domestic Violence: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives. Maryland Journal of Contemporary Issues, 6, 129-.

   Rhee, Siyon (1997). Domestic Violence in the Korean Immigrant Family. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 24 (1), 63-77.

   Richie, Beth E. (1988). Understanding Family Violence Within U.S. Refugee Communities: A Training Manual. Washington, DC: Refugee Women in Development.

   Rodriguez, Michael A.; Bauer, Heidi M.; Flores-Ortiz, Yvette; Szkupinski-Quiroga, Seline (1998). Factors Affecting Patient-Physician Communication for Abused Latina and Asian Immigrant Women. Journal of Family Practice. 47(4), 309-.

   Seith, Patricia A. (1997). Escaping Domestic Violence: Asylum as a Means of Protection for Battered Women.Columbia Law Review, 97, 1804-.

   Sharma, A. (2001). Healing the Wounds of Domestic Abuse: Improving the Effectiveness of Feminist Therapeutic Interventions with Immigrant and Racially Visible Women Who Have Been Abused. Violence Against Women , 7(12), 1405-1428

   Shin, H. L. (1995). Violence and Intimacy: Risk Markers and Predictors of Wife Abuse among Korean Immigrants. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Southern California. Somewhere to Turn: Making Domestic Violence Services Accessible to Battered Immigrant Women. Washington, DC: NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund. N.d.

   Sinha, A. (2001). Domestic Violence and U.S. Asylum Law: Eliminating the “Cultural Hook” for Claiming Asylum. New York University Law Review, 76(5), 1562-1598.

   Slonim-Nevo, Vered, Sharaga, Yanna, and Mirsky, Julia (1999). A Culturally Sensitive Approach to Therapy with Immigrant Families: The Case of Jewish Emigrants from the Former Soviet Union. Family Process, 38(4), 445-462.

   Somewhere to Turn: Making Domestic Violence Services Accessible to Battered Immigrant Women. (N.D.) Washington, DC: NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund.

   Stewart, Christa (2000). The Face of Domestic Violence: A View from the Immigrants' Rights Perspective. Women Lawyers' Journal, 86(2), 19-22.

   Sun-Hee Park, Lisa (1997). Navigating the Anti-Immigrant Wave: The Korean Women's Hotline and the Politics of Community. In Nancy Naples (Ed.), Community Activism and Feminist Politics: Organizing Across Race, Class and Gender (pp.175-195). New York: Routledge.

   Wang, Karin (1996). Battered Asian American Women: Community Responses from the Battered Women's Movement and the Asian American Community. Asian Law Journal, 3, 151-.

   Weissman, Deborah (2000). Addressing Domestic Violence in Immigrant Communities. Popular Government, 65(3), 13-.

   Wheeler, Charles (1996). New Protections for Immigrant Women and Children Who Are Victims of Domestic Violence. Clearinghouse Review, 222-229.

   Yim, S. B. (1978). Korean Battered Woman: A Sociological and Psychological Analysis of Conjugal Violence in Korean Immigrant Families. In H. Sunoo and D. Rom (Eds.), Korean Women Struggle for Humanization (pp. 171-199). Memphis, TN: Korean Christian Scholars.

H. White/Anglos (2)

1. Whites Compared to One or More Racial / Ethnic Groups

   Arbuckle, Justin et al (1996). Safe at Home? Domestic Violence and Other Homicides Among Women in New Mexico. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 27, 210-215.

   Asbury, J. (1987). African-American Women in Violent Relationships: An Exploration of Cultural Differences. In R. L. Harper (Ed.), Violence in the Black Family (pp. 89-105). Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath.

   Berenson, A. B. (1991). Drug Abuse and Other Risk Factors for Physical Abuse in Pregnancy among White Non-Hispanic, Black, and Hispanic Women. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 164(6), 1491-1499.

   Gondolf, E. W., Fisher, E., and McFerron, J. R. (1988). Racial Differences among Shelter Residents: A Comparison of Anglo, Black, and Hispanic Battered Women. Journal of Family Violence, 3(1), 39-51.

   Jasinski, Jana 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, Jana L. (1996). Structural Inequalities, Family and Cultural Factors, and Spousal Violence among Anglo and Hispanic Americans. Unpublished doctoral Dissertation, University of New Hampshire, Durham.

   Jasinski, J. L., Asdigian, N. L., and Kaufman Kantor, G. (in press). Ethnic Adaptations to Occupational Strain: Work Stress, Drinking, and Wife Assault among Anglo and Hispanic Husbands. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

   Joseph, Janice (1997). Woman Battering: A Comparative Analysis of Black and White Women. In Glenda Kaufman Kantor and Jana Jasinski (Eds.), Out of the Darkness: Contemporary Perspectives on Family Violence (pp. 161-169). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

   Locke, Lisa M. and Richman, Charles L. (1999). Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence: Race and Gender Issues. Sex Roles, 40(3/4), 227-247.

   Neff, James Allan, Holamon, Bruce and Schulter, Tracy Davis (1995). Spousal Violence among Anglos, Blacks, and Mexican Americans: The Role of Demographic Variables, Psychosocial Predictors, and Alcohol Consumption.Journal of Family Violence, 10(1), 1-21.

   Smik1e, Collin, Sorem, Kimberlee, Satin, Andrew, and Hankins, Gary (1996). Physical and Sexual Abuse in a Middle-Class Obstetric Population. Southern Medical Journal, 89(10), 983-988.

    Sorenson, Susan B. and Telles, Cynthia A. (1991). Self- Reports of Spousal Violence in a Mexican-American and Non-Hispanic White Population. Violence and Victims, 6(1), 3-15.

   West, C. M., Jasinski, J. L., and Kaufman Kantor, G. (1997). Predictors of Help Seeking by Hispanic and Anglo Battered Women. Manuscript submitted for publication.

2. White Working-Class (3)

   Fine, Michelle and Weis, Lois (1998). Crime Stories: A Critical Look Through Race, Ethnicity and Gender. Qualitative Studies in Education, 11(3), 435-460.

   Weis, Lois, Fine, Michelle, Proweller, Amira, Bertram, Corrine, and Marusza, Julia (1998). "I've Slept in Clothes Long Enough": Excavating the Sounds of Domestic Violence among Women in the White Working Class. The Urban Review, 30(1), 1-27.

3. White Middle-Class (4)

   Waits, Kathleen (1998). Battered Women and their Children: Lessons from One Woman's Story. Houston Law Review, 35 (1), 29-108.

   Weller, Sheila (1988). Middle-Class Murder. Ms (May), 56-61. [See follow-up: Saved: The Children (1988). Ms (Nov), 85.]

4. White Upper Middle-Class and Upper-Class (5)

   Weitzman, Susan (1999). Upscale Violence: The Lived Experience of Domestic Abuse among Upper Socio-Economic Status Women. Ph.D. Dissertation. [Book: Not to People Like Us. 2000]


Footnotes

(1) For this group and each of the following groups, refer back to A (General/including 3 or more groups) for further references. Also see F (Immigrant) in this regard.

(2) Because the focus of this bibliography is on traditionally excluded groups, most references to literature on domestic violence in white communities is only referenced in studies comparing whites with other racial/ethnic groups. It is our assumption that, previously, whites were considered the norm in domestic violence studies. However there are cultural and structural differences among whites. This is also true for each racial/ethnic group, although the literature included here is not able to articulate the diversity within each racial/ethnic group.

(3) We have included articles here because they focus specifically on particular groups of women within the "white" community.

(4) See footnote 3.

(5) See footnote 3.



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