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Bibliography on welfare and domestic violence from the Project for Reseach on Welfare, Work and Domestic Violence

Date: 
10/22/2002

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"> UM-SSW: Publications and Research Reports function hideItem(docID) { document.getElementById(docID).style.display = 'none'; } function showItem(docID) { document.getElementById(docID).style.display = ''; } function toggleItem(docID) { if (document.getElementById(docID).style.display == 'none') { showItem(docID); } else { hideItem(docID); } } Home > Research & Public Service > Project for Research on Welfare, Work, and Domestic Violence > Publications and Research Reports Publications and Research Reports Resources for Researchers Internet Resources Bi-Annual Conference Info Fourth National Conference, October 2003 First, Second, and Third National Conferences Project for Research on Welfare, Work, & Domestic Violence Publications and Research Reports Listening to Olivia: Violence, Poverty, and Prostitution by Jody Raphael Description & Order Form Saving Bernice: Battered Women, Welfare and Poverty by Jody Raphael Project Publications A Review of the Research on Welfare and Domestic Violence: By Richard Tolman and Jody Raphael, 2000. Trapped By Poverty, Trapped By Abuse - Supplement #1 By Jody Raphael and Richard Tolman, 1998. Trapped By Poverty, Trapped By Abuse: New Evidence Documenting the Relationship Between Welfare and Domestic Violence By Jody Raphael and Richard Tolman, 1997. Related Publications and Reports "Listening to Olivia: Violence, Poverty, and Prostitution." by Jody Raphael "Saving Bernice: Battered Women, Welfare and Poverty", also by Jody Raphael 2000 Dangerous Indifference: New York City's Failure to Implement the Family Violence Option By Marcellene E. Hearn, Staff Attorney, NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund A Joint Project of the NOW Legal Defense Fund; The Legal Aid Society, Civil Division; The Women, Welfare and Abuse Task Force; and The Urban Justice Center. 1999 The Family Violence Option 1999 Report Jody Raphael and Sheila Haennicke, September 1999. Keeping Women Safe Through the Welfare-to-Work Journey: How Are We Doing? Appendix A: Forms and Notices (note: this file is 2,324k and may take a while to download) Appendix B: State-by-State Summary of Domestic Violence Policies Monitoring Domestic Violence Policy and Practice in State Welfare Programs: The Role of Community-Based Groups and Providers - A How-to-Guide By Pamela Jons, March 1999. 1998 The Family Violence Option: An Early Assessment A Center for Impact Research report submitted to the Federal Department of Health and Human Services. Jody Raphael and Sheila Haennicke, 9-1-98. 1996 Prisoners of Abuse: Domestic Violence and Welfare Receipt by Jody Raphael, Center for Impact Research, 1996. 1995 Domestic Violence: Telling the Untold Welfare-To-Work Story by Jody Raphael, Center for Impact Research, 1995. Research Briefs 2000 Brush, L. (1999/2000). Reports from the family violence and self-sufficiency project. (For more information, contact Lisa D. Brush, Department of Sociology, 2G01 Forbes Quadrangle, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15260; (412) 648-7595; lbrush@pitt.edu) Hirsch, A.B. (2000). "Some days are harder than hard": Welfare reform and women with drug convictions in Pennsylvania. Full report available from the Center for Law and Social Policy, (202) 328-5140, https://www.clasp.org/ . Kok, A. (2000). An evaluation of the LaCrosse County Economic Advocacy Project. (More information available from Dr. Sandra Krajewski, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, Department of Women's Studies; (608) 785-8732; (608) 785-8357 (fax); krajewsk.sand@uwlax.edu; or Dr. Anne C. Kok, Social Work Professional Program, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay; (920) 465-2567; (920) 465-2824 (fax), koka@uwgb.edu) Levin, R. (2000). Choosing teammates: The reality of implementing a welfare-to-work program for domestic violence victims and survivors in collaboration with the welfare department. (Available from the Center for Impact Research, 926 North Wolcott, Chicago, IL 60622; (773) 342-0630) Merrill, J.C., Ring-Kurtz, S., Olufokunbi, D., Aversa, S., & Sherker, J. (2000). Women on welfare: A study of Florida WAGES population. (Available from Jeffrey C. Merrill at jcjb@aol.com) Pyles, L. (2000). The OARS (Orientation, Assessment, Referral and Safety) Project, Topeka, Kansas. (More information available from Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence, 820 SE Quincy ##600, Topeka, KS 66612; (785) 232-9784) Riger, S., Aherns, C., and Blickenstaff, A. (2000). Measuring interference with employment and education reported by women with abusive partners: Preliminary findings. (Forthcoming in Violence and Victims) Speiglman, R., Fujiwara, L., Norris, J., & Green, R.S. (2000). Alameda county CalWORKs needs assessment, report ##1: A look at potential health-related barriers to self-sufficiency. (Available from Richard Speiglman, (510) 649-1987), richards@phi.org) Swan, M.T., & Nelyon, N. (2000). Ohio Domestic Violence Network Welfare Research. (Available from the Ohio Domestic Violence Network, 4041 North High Street, Suite 400, Columbus, OH 43214; (614) 784-0023) 1999 Barusch, A., Taylor, M.J. & Derr, M. (1999). Understanding families with multiple barriers to self-sufficiency. Submitted to Utah Dept. of Workforce Services. Salt Lake City: University of Utah, Social Research Institute. Lloyd, S., & Taluc, N. (1999). The effects of male violence on female employment. Violence Against Women, 5(4), 370-392. Moore, T., & Selkowe, V. (1999). Domestic violence victims in transition from welfare to work: Barriers to self-sufficiency and the W-2 response. (Available from The Institute for Wisconsin's Future, Vicky Selkowe, W-2 Project Coordinator, 1717 S. 12th Street, Suite 203, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53204; (414) 384-9094; iwf@execpc.com; http://forwisconsinsfuture.org/) Ng, D. (1999). From war on poverty to war on welfare: The impact of welfare reform on the lives of immigrant women. (Available from Equal Rights Advocates, Doris Y. Ng, 1663 Mission Street, Suite 550, San Francisco, California 94103; (415) 621-0672; dng@equalrights.org) Pearson, J., Thoennes, N., & Griswold, E.A. (1999). New approaches to self-sufficiency and safety in public assistance and child support agencies: Preliminary findings from three demonstration projects. (Available from the Center for Policy Research, 1570 Emerson Street, Denver, CO 80218) Smith, M.W. (1999). Abuse and work among poor women: Evidence from Washington State. (Available from The MEDSTAT Group, 4301 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 330, Washington, DC 20008) Tolman, R. & Rosen, D. (1999). Domestic violence in the lives of welfare recipients: Implications for the Family Violence Option. Manuscript submitted for publication. Journals and Symposia Law and Policy Symposium on Domestic Violence and Welfare Violence Against Women has a special issue on the topic of welfare, work, and domestic violence (April 1999, Volume 5, Number 4). Family Violence and Welfare Reform: What Are the Links? Recommendations from the National Invitational Symposium sponsored by the University of Utah Graduate School of Social Work. UM-SSW HOMESite MapContact Information Page Updated 11/18/2004 © Copyright 2007 Regents of the University of Michigan The following plug-ins and/or applications may be required for this page: To download a plugin or to learn more, read our technology explained page. Acrobat Leave Site


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