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“I Was Worried I Wouldn’t Be Believed”: Sexual Assault Victims’ Perceptions of the Police in the Decision to Not Report Lorenz, K., Dewald, S., & Venema, R. (2021).

Violence and Victims, 36(3), 455 – 476.

Type of Profession: Academics (Educators/Researchers), Advocates, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 4/Issue 3 - THE EXCHANGE - July 2021
Keywords: Sexual Assault

Substance Use as a Coping Mechanism for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence: Implications for Safety and Service Accessibility Gezinski, L.B., Gonzalez-Pons, K.M., & Rogers, M.M. (2021).

Violence Against Women, 27(2), 108 – 123.

Type of Profession: Academics (Educators/Researchers), Advocates, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 4/Issue 3 - THE EXCHANGE - July 2021
Keywords: Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) (Domestic Violence)

Medications at the Emergency Department After Recent Rape Gilmore, A.K., McKee, G., Flanagan, J.C., Leone, R.M., Oesterle, D.W., Kirby, C.M., Short, N., & Gill-Hopple, K. (2021).

Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1 -19.

Type of Profession: Academics (Educators/Researchers), Advocates, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 4/Issue 3 - THE EXCHANGE - July 2021
Keywords: Sexual Assault

Understanding the Needs and Preferences of Domestic and Sexual Violence Education for Health Profession Students Semin, J.N., Skrundevskiy-Coburn, A., Smith, L.M., & Rajaram, S.S. (2020).

Violence Against Women, 26(15 – 16), 1876 – 1896.

Type of Profession: Academics (Educators/Researchers), Advocates, Health Care Professionals, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 4/Issue 3 - THE EXCHANGE - July 2021
Keywords: Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) (Domestic Violence), Sexual Assault

Co-Reporting of Child Maltreatment and Intimate Partner Violence: The Likelihood of Substantiations and Foster Care Placements Rebbe , R., A.L., Eastman, A.L., Adhia, A., , Foust, R., & Putnam-Hornstein, E. (2021).

Child Maltreatment, 1 -10.

Type of Profession: Academics (Educators/Researchers), Advocates, Health Care Professionals, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 4/Issue 3 - THE EXCHANGE - July 2021
Keywords: Child Maltreatment, Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) (Domestic Violence), Child Witness to IPV

Adolescent victims of physical dating violence: Why do they stay in abusive relationships? Muňoz-Rivas, Ronzón-Tirado, Redondo, N., & Cassinello, M.D.Z. (2021).

Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1 – 20.

Type of Profession: Academics (Educators/Researchers), Advocates, Health Care Professionals, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 4/Issue 2 - THE EXCHANGE - April 2021
Keywords: Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) (Domestic Violence)

Summary:

The objective of this study was to understand the stay/leave decisions of adolescent victims of physical dating violence.

Why do women talk about it? Reasons for disclosure of sexual victimization and associated symptomology. Carson, K.W., Babad, S., Brown, E.J., & Nikulina, V. (2021).

Violence Against Women, 1 – 22.

Type of Profession: Academics (Educators/Researchers), Advocates, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 4/Issue 2 - THE EXCHANGE - April 2021
Keywords: Sexual Assault

Summary:

This study aimed to further understand the experiences of female survivors (aged 18–29 years) by identifying their reason for disclosure of sexual assault and how reasons relate to depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptomology.

Caught in the crossroad: An intersectional examination of African American women intimate partner violence survivors’ help-seeking. Waller, B.Y., Harris, J., & Quinn, C.R. (2021).

Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 1 -14.

Type of Profession: Academics (Educators/Researchers), Advocates, Health Care Professionals, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 4/Issue 2 - THE EXCHANGE - April 2021
Keywords: Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) (Domestic Violence)

Summary:

This study conducted a review of existing literature to create a better understanding of the intersections of IPV and help-seeking behavior among African American women.

Correlates of incoming male college students’ proclivity to perpetrate sexual assault. Palmer, J.E., McMahon, S., & Fissel, E. (2021).

Violence Against Women, 27(3-4), 507 – 528.

Type of Profession: Academics (Educators/Researchers), Advocates, Health Care Professionals, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 4/Issue 2 - THE EXCHANGE - April 2021
Keywords: Sexual Assault

Summary:

This study examined the tendency of incoming male college students to perpetrate sexual assault. Findings showed that the number of male students who indicated being “extremely likely” to perpetrate sexual assault was rather low (force: 0.6%, incapacitation: 0.7%), but only 80% and 74% of men in this study indicated they were “not at all likely” to perpetrate using force or incapacitation, respectively, if they were assured that no one would know and that they could in no way be punished.

The perfect storm: Hidden risk of child maltreatment during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Rodriguez, C.M., Lee, S.J., Ward, K.P., & Pu, D.F. (2020)

Child Maltreatment, I1 -13.

Type of Profession: Academics (Educators/Researchers), Advocates, Health Care Professionals, Judges, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Professionals, Other Attorneys, Prosecutors
Volume: Volume 4/Issue 2 - THE EXCHANGE - April 2021
Keywords: Child Maltreatment

Summary:

This paper describes two studies conducted early in the pandemic to evaluate its impact on the risk of child maltreatment. In one study, parents reported increased physical assault, verbal conflict, and neglect associated with their perceived stress and loneliness. In the second study, parents reported increased parent-child conflict, which was associated with child abuse risk.