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 I. MULTICULTURAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE THEORIES / APPROACHES / ANALYSES2

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

Almeida, Rhea, and Lockard, Judith (2005). The Cultural Context Model: A New Paradigm for Accountability, Empowerment, and the Development of Critical Consciousness against Domestic Violence. In Natalie J. Sokoloff (Ed.) (with Christina Pratt), Domestic Violence at the Margins: Readings in Race, Class, Gender & Culture (pp. 301-320). Piscataway, N.J.: Rutgers University.

Almeida, Rhea V., Ed. (1998). Transformations of Gender and Race: Family and Developmental Perspectives.  Binghamton, NY: Haworth.  Co-published simultaneously as Journal of Family Therapy, 10(1).

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). NY: Harrington Park/Haworth.

Almgren, Gunnar (2005). The Ecological Context of Interpersonal Violence: From Culture to Collective Efficacy. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20(2): 218-224.

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, 1003-1080.

Baker, Nancy V., Gregware, Peter R.. & Cassidy, Margery A. (1999). Family Killing Fields: Honor Rationales in the Murder of Women. Violence Against Women. 5(2), 164-184.

Barbee, E. (1992). Ethnicity and Woman Abuse in United States. In M. Sampelle (Ed.), Violence Against Women: Nursing Research, Education and Practice (pp. 153-166). New York: Hemisphere.

Barnes, Brittany McCarthy (2001). Family Violence Knows No Cultural Boundaries. Journal of Family and Consumer Science, 93(1), 11-.

Bell, Beverly (2001). Walking on Fire: Haitian Women’s Stories of Survival and Resistance. Ithaca: Cornell University.

Bent-Goodley, Tricia B. (2005). Culture and Domestic Violence: Transforming Knowledge Development. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20(2): 195-203.

Bhattacharjee, Anannya (2001). Whose Safety? Women of Color and the Violence of Law Enforcement. Phila.: American Friends Service Committee, Justice Visions Working Paper: V-45.

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

Cousineau, M.M., and Rondeau, G. (2004). Toward a Transnational and Cross-Cultural Analysis of Family Violence: Issues and Recommendations. Violence Against Women, 10(8), 935-949.

Kevin Bonnycastle & George Rigakos (1998).  The “Truth” about Battered Women as Contested Terrain. In K. Bonnycastle & G. Rigakos (Eds.).  Unsettling Truths: Battered Women, Policy, Politics, and Contemporary Research in Canada (Collective Press), pp. 10-20.

Boonprasat-Lewis. Nantawan, and Fortune, Marie (Eds.) (1999). Remembering Conquest: Feminist/Womanist Perspectives on Religion, Colonization, and Sexual Violence. New York: Haworth.

Brown, Judith K. ( 1992). Introduction: Definitions, Assumptions, Themes, and Issues. In D. Ayers Counts, J. K. Brown, and J. C. Campbell (Eds.), Sanctions and Sanctuary: Cultural Perspectives on the Beating of Wives (pp. 1-18). Boulder: Westview.  

Burman, E., S.L. Smailes, and K. Chantler. 2004. “Culture” as a Barrier to Service Provision and Delivery: Domestic Violence Services for Minoritized Women. Critical Social Policy, 24(3), 332-357

Campbell, Jacquelyn C. (1999). Sanctions and Sanctuaries: Wife Beating within Cultural Contexts. In D. Ayers Counts, J. K. Brown, and J. C. Campbell (Eds.), To Have and To Hit: Cultural Perspectives on Wife Beating (Second Edition) (pp. 261-285). Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois.  

Campbell,  Jacquelyn C. (1992). Prevention of Wife Battering: Insights from Cultural Analysis. Response to the Victimization of Women and Children, 14(3), 18-24.

Campbell. Jacquelyn C. (1992). Wife-Battering: Cultural Contexts Versus Western Social Sciences. In D. Ayers Counts, J. K. Brown, and J. C. Campbell (Eds.)., Sanctions and Sanctuary: Cultural Perspectives on the Beating of Wives (pp. 229-249). Boulder: Westview.

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.

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.

Chancer, Lynn (2004). Rethinking Domestic Violence in Theory and Practice. Deviant Behavior, 25(3): 255-275.

Coker, Donna (2004). Race, Poverty, and the Crime-Centered Response to Domestic Violence: A Comment on Linda Mills’s Insult to Injury: Rethinking Our Responses to Intimate Abuse. Violence Against Women, 10(11): 1331-1353.

Collins, Patricia Hill (1998). The Tie That Binds: Race, Gender and US Violence. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 21 (5), 917-938.

Color of Violence: Violence Against Women of Color: Conference Summary. Incite! Women of Color Against

Violence. PO Box 6861. Minneapolis, MN.

Counts, Dorothy Ayers, Brown, Judith K., and Campbell, Jacquelyn C. (Eds.) (1999). To Have and To Hit:

Cultural Perspectives on Wife Beating. Urbana/Chicago: University of Chicago. (Earlier published as: Sanctions and Sanctuary: Cultural Perspectives on the Beating of Wives. Boulder: Westview, 1992).

Cousineau, M.M., and Rondeau, G. (2004). Toward a Transnational and Cross-Cultural Analysis of Family Violence: Issues and Recommendations. Violence Against Women, 10(8), 935-949.

Crenshaw, Kimberle W. (1994). Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence Against Women of Color. In M.A. Fineman and R. Mykitiuk (Eds.), The Public Nature of Private Violence: The Discovery of Domestic Abuse (pp.93-118). New York: Routledge.

Crooms, Lisa (1999). Using a Multi- Tiered Analysis to Reconceptualize Gender-Based Violence against Women as a Matter of International Human Rights. New England Law Review, 33(4), 881-.

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: Sage.

Davis, Angela Y. (1998). Public Imprisonment and Private Violence: Reflections on the Hidden Punishment of Women. New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement, 24(2), 339-351.

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

Donnelly, Denise, Cook, Kimberly, Van Ausdale, Debra, and Foley, Lara (2005). White Privilege, Color Blindness, and Services to Battered Women. Violence Against Women, 11(1), 6-37.-.

Eaton, Mary (1994). Abuse by Any Other Name: Feminism, Difference, and Intralesbian Violence. In M.A. Fineman and R. Mykitiuk (Eds.), The Public Nature of Private Violence: The Discovery of Domestic Abuse (pp. 195-223). New York: Routledge.

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 (2000). Disappearing Acts: The State and Violence against Women in the Twentieth Century. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 25(4), 1139-1146.

Fine, Michelle and Weis, Lois (1998). Crime Stories: A Critical Look Through Race, Ethnicity and Gender. Qualitative Studies in Education, 2(3), 435-460.

Fineman, Martha Albertson and Roxanne Mykitiuk (Eds.) (1994). The Public Nature of Private Violence: the Discovery of Domestic Abuse. New York: Routledge.

Fontes, Lisa Aronson (1997). Conducting Cross-Cultural Research on Family Violence. In Glenda Kaufman Kantor and Jana Jasinski (Eds.), Out of Darkness (pp. 296-312). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Gallin, Alice J. (1994). The Cultural Defense: Undermining the Policies Against Domestic Violence. Boston College Law Review, 35, 723-.

Hamner, Jalna (1996). Women and Violence: Commonalities and Diversities. In B. Facade, B. Featherstone, J. Hearn, and C. Toft (Eds.), Violence and Gender Relations: Theories and Interventions (pp. 7-21). 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.

Harris, Angela (2000). Gender, Violence, Race, and Criminal Justice. Stanford Law Review, 52(4lApr), 777-807. 

Honeycutt, Todd, Marshall, Linda, and Weston, Rebecca (2001). Toward Ethnically Specific Models of  Employment, Public Assistance, and Victimization. Violence Against Women, 7(2), 126-140.

Hutchinson, Darren Lenard (1997). Out Yet Unseen: A Racial Critique of Gay and Lesbian Legal Theory and Political Discourse. Connecticut Law Review, 29, 561-.

Jaaber, Radhia (2001). Healing the Pain: Multicultural Responses to Treating Violence Against Women.  Keynote Presentation to ISTSS Annual Conference (March), New York City.

Jaaber, Radhia (N.D.). Framing Battering: Demystifying Oppression.

Jacobs, Susie, Jacobson, Ruth, and Marchbank, Jennifer (Eds.) (2000).    States of Conflict: Gender, Violence, and Resistance. New York: Zed.

Johnson, Michael P., and Ferraro, Kathleen J. (2000). Research on Domestic Violence in the 1990s: Making Distinctions. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 62(November), 948-963.

Kanuha, Valli Kalei (2003). Exploring the Construction of Violence Against Women and Children. Rockville, MD: National Criminal Justice Reference Service.

Kanuha, Valli (1996). Domestic Violence, Racism, and the Battered Women's Movement in the United States. In J. L. Edleson and Z. C. Eisikovits (Eds.), Future Interventions With Battered Women and Their Families (pp. 34-50). London: Sage.

Kanuha, Valli (1994). Women of Color in Battering Relationships. In L. Comas-Diaz and B. Greene (Eds.), Women of Color: Integrating Ethnic and Gender Identities in Psychotherapy (pp. 428-454). New York: Guilford.

Kanuha, Valli (1990). Compounding the Triple Jeopardy: Battering in Lesbian of Color Relationships. In L. S. Brown and M. Root (Eds.), Diversity and Complexity in Feminist Therapy (pp. 169-184). New York: N.Y.: Harrington Park.

Kasturirangan, Aarati, Krishnan, Sandhya, and Riger, Stephanie (2004). The Impact of Culture and Minority Status on Women’s Experience of Domestic Violence.  Trauma, Violence, and Abuse, 5(4), 318-332.

Lauristen, Janet and Norma White (2001). Putting Violence in Its Place: The Influence of Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Place on the Risk for Violence. Criminology & Public Policy, 1(1): 37-59.

Levinson,  Daniel (1989). Family Violence in Cross-Cultural Perspective. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Levesque, Roger (1999). Piercing the Family’s Private Veil: Family Violence, International Human Rights, and the Cross-Cultural Record. Law and Policy, 21(2), 101-.

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

Maguigan, Holly (1995). Cultural Evidence and Male Violence: Are Feminist and Multiculturalist Reformers on a Collision Course in Criminal Courts? New York University Law Review, 70, 36-.

Mahoney, Patricia, William, Linda M., and West, Carolyn M. (2001). Violence Against Women by Intimate Relationship Partners. In Claire Renzetti, Jeffrey Edelson, and Raquel Kennedy Bergen (Eds.), Sourcebook on Violence Against Women (pp. 143-178). Sage.

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

Mehrotra, Meeta (1999). The Social Construction of Wife Abuse: Experiences of Asian Indian Women in the United States. Violence Against Women, 5 (6/June), 619-640.

Meier, Joan (1997). Domestic Violence, Character, and Social Change in the Welfare Reform Debate. Law & Policy, 19 (2/April), 205-263.

Meier, Joan (1995). Symposium: New Approaches to Poverty Law, Teaching, and Practice: Domestic Violence and Feminist Jurisprudence: Towards a New Agenda. Boston University Pub. Int. Law Journal 50, 339-.

Meier, Joan (1993). Notes from the Underground: Integrating  Psychological and Legal Perspectives on Domestic Violence in Theory and Practice. Hofstra Law Review, 21, 1295-1366.

Merrill, Gregory S. (1996). Ruling the Exceptions: Same-Sex Battering and Domestic Violence Theory. In C. Renzetti and Charles Harvey Miley (Eds.), Violence in Gay and Lesbian Domestic Partnerships (pp. 9-22). New York: Haworth.

Michalski, J.H. (2004). Making Sociological Sense Out of Trends in Intimate Partner Violence: The Social Structure of Violence Against Women. Violence Against Women, 10(6): 652-675.

Miller, Alice, and Faux, Meghan (1999). Reconceiving Responses to Private Violence and State Accountability: Using an International Human Rights Framework in the United States. Georgetown Journal of Gender and            the Law, Summer, 67-.

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

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.

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.

Pratt, Christina, and Sokoloff, Natalie J. (2005). Frameworks and Overarching Themes (Introduction to Part I). In Natalie J. Sokoloff (Ed.) (with Christina Pratt).  Domestic Violence at the Margins: Readings in Race, Class, Gender & Culture. Piscataway (pp. 15-23). NJ: Rutgers University.

Pratt, Christina, and Sokoloff, Natalie J. (2005).  Structural Contexts, Culturally Competent Approaches, Community Organizing, and Social Change. (Introduction to Part III). In Natalie J. Sokoloff (Ed.) (with Christina Pratt).  Domestic Violence at the Margins: Readings in Race, Class, Gender & Culture (pp. 293-300). Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University.

Razack, Sherene (1998).  What Is to Be Gained by Looking White People in the Eye? Race in Sexual Violence Cases. Looking White People in the Eye: Gender, Race, and Culture in Courtroom and Classes. University of Toronto.

Renzetti, Claire M. (1998). Violence and Abuse in Lesbian Relationships: Theoretical and Empirical Issues. In Raquel Kennedy Bergen (Ed.), Issues in Intimate Violence (pp. 117-127). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Richie, Beth E. (2000). Black Feminist Reflection on the Antiviolence Movement. Signs, 25(4), 1127-1133.

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

Richie, Beth E.(1994). Gender Entrapment: An Exploratory Study. In A. J. Dan (Ed.), Reframing Women's Health (pp. 219-232). London: Sage.

Richie, Beth E. and Kanuha, Valli (1993). Battered Women of Color in Public Health Care Systems: Racism, Sexism, and Violence. In B. Bair and S. E. Cayleff (Eds.), Wings of Gauze: Women of Color and the Experience of Health and Illness (pp. 288-299). Detroit: Wayne State University.

Ristock, Janice (2003). No More Secrets: Violence in Lesbian Relationships. Routledge.

Root, M. P. (1996). Women of Color and Traumatic Stress in "Domestic Captivity": Gender and Race as Disempowering Statuses. In A. J. Marsella, M. J. Friedman, E. T. Gerrity, and R. M. Scurfield (Eds.), Ethnocultural Aspects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Issues, Research, and Clinical Applications (pp. 363-388). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

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

Schneider, Elizabeth M. (1999). Engaging with the State about Domestic Violence: Continuing Dilemmas and Gender Equality. Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, Summer, 173-184.

Schneider, Elizabeth M. (1992). Particularity and Generality: Challenges of Feminist Theory and Practice in Work on Woman-Abuse. New York University Law Review, 67, 520-568.

Scott, Ellen K. (1998). Creating Partnerships for Change: Alliances and Betrayals in the Racial Politics of Two Feminist Organizations. Gender & Society, 12(4), 400-423.

Smith, Andrea (2005). Looking to the Future: Domestic Violence, Women of Color, the State, and Social Change. In Natalie J. Sokoloff (Ed.) (with Christina Pratt), Domestic Violence at the Margins: Readings in Race, Class, Gender & Culture (pp. 416-434). Piscataway, N.J.: Rutgers University.

Sokoloff, Natalie J. (2004). Domestic Violence at the Crossroads: Violence against Poor Women and Women of Color. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 32(3/4): 139-147.

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Natalie J. Sokoloff and Kathryn Laughon (2005). Culture, Resistance, and Community (Introduction to Part II). In Natalie J Sokoloff (Ed.) (with Christina Pratt).  Domestic Violence at the Margins: Readings in Race, Class, Gender & Culture. Piscataway (pp. 115-126). NJ: Rutgers University.

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