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Women, sex, and HIV: social and contextual factors, meta-analysis of published interventions, and implications for practice and research.
This article is focused on examining social and contextual factors related to HIV-risk behavior for women. Specifically, this article has three main purposes: to review the literature on selected… Expand
Understanding Human Trafficking in the United States
The topic of modern-day slavery or human trafficking has received increased media and national attention. However, to date there has been limited research on the nature and scope of human trafficking… Expand
Barriers to Services for Rural and Urban Survivors of Rape
- T. Logan, Lucy Evans, E. Stevenson, Carol E. Jordan
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of interpersonal violence
- 1 May 2005
A significant proportion of survivors of rape do not utilize formal services to cope with the aftermath of rape. Understanding victimization experiences in environments that differ on resources, such… Expand
Victimization and Substance Abuse among Women: Contributing Factors, Interventions, and Implications
Although the literature indicates that there is an association of victimization with substance abuse, there has been limited research focused on understanding and synthesizing the factors that have… Expand
Domestic violence and employment: a qualitative study.
This exploratory study sought to gather detailed information about how domestic violence affects women's employment, specifically to identify the types of job interference tactics used by abusers and… Expand
Stalking as a Variant of Intimate Violence: Implications From a Young Adult Sample
There is a limited but growing literature which suggests that stalking is a variant of intimate violence. The purpose of this study was to examine physical, psychological, and stalking victimization… Expand
Negotiating the challenges of multidisciplinary responses to sexual assault victims: sexual assault nurse examiner and victim advocacy programs.
The purpose of this study was to examine Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) programs' relationships with victim advocacy organizations. A national telephone survey was conducted of randomly… Expand
Civil Protective Order Outcomes
This study examined protective order (PO) outcomes for a period of 12 months for 698 women from multiple jurisdictions. Overall, results indicate that 2 out of 5 women did not experience violence… Expand
Partner stalking may remain one of the least clearly understood forms of intimate violence. This review examines the literature guided by two main goals: (a) to examine how partner stalking is… Expand
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program Characteristics, Barriers, and Lessons Learned
&NA; Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) programs have been developed throughout the United States to better meet the needs of sexual assault survivors. This study builds upon three previously… Expand