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VI. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL CHANGE

A. Community Organizing and Feminist Action

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

John Braithwhaite and Kathleen Daly (1998).  Masculinities, Violence, and Communitarian Control. In Susan Miller (Ed.), Crime Control and Women: Feminist Implications of Criminal Justice Policy, Sage (pp. 151-180). Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage.

Cran, Beth, La France, Jeannie, and Silver, Erika (1999). Lesbians and Bisexual Women Working Together Against Violence: The Story of Bradley-Angle House.  Dulwich Centre Newsletter, 1, 46-.

DeKeseredy and MacLeod, Sincerely Seeking Solutions to Woman Abuse, Woman Abuse: A Sociological Story, Ch. 7.

Della-Giustina, Jo-Ann (2003). Violence Against Women in the Home: A Community Proposal. Paper delivered at the Conference of North American and Cuban Philosophers and Social Scientists (Havana, Cuba).

Fine, Michelle (1995). The Politics of Research and Activism: Violence Against Women. In Barbara Raffel Price and Natalie J. Sokoloff (Eds.), The Criminal Justice System and Women: Offenders, Victims, and Workers (pp. 433-440). New York: McGraw-Hill.

Fugate, Michelle (in progress). Providing a Citywide System of Single Point Access to Domestic Violence Information, Resources, and Referrals to a Diverse Population: An Evaluation of the City of Chicago Domestic Violence Help Line. Rockville, MD: National Criminal Justice Reference Service.

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.

Gill, A., and G. Rehman. 2004. Empowerment through Activism: Responding to Domestic Violence in the South Asian Community in London. Gender and Development, 12(1), 75-82.

Heise, Lori L. (1996). Violence Against Women: Global Organizing for Change.  In J. L. Edleson and  Z. C. Eisikovits (Eds.), Future Interventions With Battered Women and Their Families (pp. 7-33). London: Sage.

Incite!/Critical Resistance Statement (2005).  Gender Violence and the Prison Industrial Complex: Interpersonal and State Violence against Women of Color, with an Introduction by Julia Sudbury. In Natalie J Sokoloff (Ed.) (with Christina Pratt).  Domestic Violence at the Margins: Readings in Race, Class, Gender & Culture. Piscataway (pp. 102-114). NJ: Rutgers University.

Jenkins, Pamela, and Davidson, Barbara (2001). Stopping Domestic Violence: How a Community Can Prevent Spousal Abuse. New York: Kluwer.

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.

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 )

Nicarthy, Ginny (1989). From the Sounds of Silence to the Roar of a Global Movement: Notes on the Movement against Violence against Women. Response, 12(2),  3-10.

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

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.

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

Ristock, J. L. (1997). The Cultural Politics of Abuse in Lesbian Relationships: Challenges for Community Action. In N.V. Benokraitis (Ed.), Subtle Sexism: Current Practice and Prospects for Change (pp. 279-298). London: Sage.

Rodriguez, Noelie Maria. (1988). Transcending Bureaucracy: Feminist Politics at a Shelter for Battered Women. Gender & Society, 2 (2/June), 214-227.

Roth, K. (1994). Domestic Violence as an International Human Rights Issue. In R.J. Cook (Ed.), Human Rights for Women: National and International Perspectives (pp. 326-339). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania.

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.

Smith, Andrea (2005). Review: Restorative Justice and Family Violence. Violence Against Women, 11(5), 724-730.

Smith, B., Nickles, L., Mulmat, D. & Davies, H. (2003). Helping Children Exposed to Domestic Violence: Law Enforcement and Community Partnerships. Rockville, MD: National Criminal Justice Reference Service (193416).

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.

Uekert, Brenda (in progress). Serving Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women: A National Survey of the Courts’ Capacity to Provide Protection Orders. Rockville, MD: National Criminal Justice Reference Service.

Waldron, Charlene (1996). Lesbians of Co1or and the Domestic Violence Movement. In Claire Renzetti and Charles Harvey Miley (Eds.), Violence in Gay and Lesbian Domestic Partnerships (pp. 43-52). New York: Harrington/Haworth.

Wang, Karin (1996). Battered Asian American Women: Community Responses from the Battered Women's Movement and the Asian American Community.  Asian Law Journal, 3, 151-184.

Warrier, Sujata and Vickii Coffey (1998). Achieving Effective Domestic Violence Public Education in a Diverse Society: A Solution-Oriented Approach.  New York State Coalition against Domestic Violence.

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

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 Robert L. Hampton (Ed.), Violence in the Black

Family: Correlates and Consequences (pp. 121-131). Lexington: Lexington.

Wimberly, Edward (2000). The Civil Rights Movement as a Potential Mentoring Model for Ending Domestic Abuse. The Journal of Religion and Abuse: Advocacy, Pastoral Care and Prevention, 2(1).

With An End in Sight (2000). United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM).  Available at www.unifem.undp.org.

Wray, R., Hornik, R., Gandy, O., Stryker, J., Ghez, M., Mitchell-Clark, K. (2004). Preventing Domestic Violence in the African American Community: Assessing the Impact of a Dramatic Radio Serial. Journal of Health Communication, 9(1): 31-52.


B. Cultural Competence and Services to Battered Women

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

Almeida, Rhea, and Durkin, Tracy (1999). The Cultural Context Model: Therapy for Couples with Domestic Violence. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 25 (3) , 313-.

American Psychological Association (1993). Guidelines for Providers of Psychological Services to Ethnic, Linguistic, and Culturally Diverse Populations. American Psychologist, (January), 45-48.

Austin Community Domestic Violence Project: A Blueprint for Raising Community Awareness and Promoting Local Action. 1999.  National Resource Center on Domestic Violence. Available at www.vawnet.org

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-.

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

Bent-Goodley, T. 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.

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

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.

Bradford, J., Ryan, C., and Rothblum, E. D. (1994). National Lesbian Health Care Survey: Implications for Mental Health Care.  Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 62, 228-242.

Burman, Erica, Sophie Smailes and Khatidja Chantler (2004). “Culture” as a Barrier to Service Provision and Delivery: Domestic Violence Services for Minoritized Women. Critical Social Policy, 24(3): 332-357. (London: Sage).

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.

Carmen, Elaine (Hilberman) (1995). Inner City Community Mental Health: The Interplay of Abuse and Race in Chronic Mentally III Women. In Elaine Carmen (Ed.), Mental Health, Racism, and Sexism. 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.

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.

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

Cole, Patricia (2001). Impoverished Women in Violent Partnerships: Designing Services to Fit Their Reality. Violence Against Women, 7(2), 222-.

Coley, S. M., and Beckett, J. 0. (1988). Black Battered Women: Practice Issues. Social Casework: Journal of Contemporary Social Work, October, 483-490.

Community Checklist for Reaching Underserved Communities (1999). National Training Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence. Available at www.ntcdsv.org.

Crites, L. (1990). Cross-cultural Counseling in Wife Beating Cases. Response to Victimization of Women and Children, 13(4), 8-12.

Da Luz, Carla M. (1994). A Legal and Social Comparison of Heterosexual and Same-Sex Domestic Violence: Similar Inadequacies in Legal Recognition and Response. South California Review of Law & Women's Studies, 4, 251-.

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)

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.-.

Donnelly, Denise, and Cook, Kimberly (1999). Provision and Exclusion: The Dual Face of Services to Battered Women in Three Deep South States. Violence Against Women, 5(7), 710-.

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

Flitcraft, Anne H. (1995). Clinical Violence Intervention: Lessons from Battered Women. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 6, 187-197.

Fugate, Michelle (in progress). Providing a Citywide System of Single Point Access to Domestic Violence Information, Resources, and Referrals to a Diverse Population: An Evaluation of the City of Chicago Domestic Violence Help Line. Rockville, MD: National Criminal Justice Reference Service.

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.

Hampton, Jean (1989). Emotional Consequences of Victimization and Discrimination in "Special Populations" of Women. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 12(1) , 35-51.

Hawkins, Darnell (1987). Devalued Lives and Racial Stereotypes: 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.

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.

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.

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.

It Is Your Business (Action Kit) (1999). San Francisco: Family Violence Prevention Fund and the National Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community. Available at www.fvpf.org.

Jarrett, R.L. and Jefferson, S.M. (2004). Women’s Danger Management Strategies in an Inner-City Housing Project. Family Relations, 53(2): 138-147.

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-.

Lee, M. and Au, P. (1998). Chine Battered Women in North America: Their Experiences and Treatment. In A. R. Roberts (Ed.), Battered Women and Their Families: Intervention Strategies and treatment Programs (pp. 448-482). New York: Springer.

Leeder, E. (1988). Enmeshed in Pain: Counseling the Lesbian Battering Couple. Women and Therapy, 7(1), 81-99.

Lotus Project: Domestic Violence Prevention in the Asian American Communities (manual) (1999).  San Franciso: Asian Women’s Shelter.

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

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Margolies, Liz and Leeder, Elaine (1995). Violence at the Door: Treatment of Lesbian Batterers. Violence Against Women, (2), 139-157.

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 )

Mehra, V. (2004). Culturally Competent Responses for Identifying and Responding to Domestic Violence in Dental Care Settings. CDA, 32(5), 387-395.

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.

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