Domestic violence and Immigrants

Selected Bibliographies

Domestic Violence and Immigrants:
A Selected Bibliography

Prepared by: Manendra K. Bhugra, M.A. and Maria R. Volpe, Ph.D.
at the City University of New York Dispute Resolution Consortium (CUNY DRC)
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Chin, K. (1994). Out of Town Brides: International Marriage and Wife Abuse Among Chinese Immigrants. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 1, 53-69

Dasgupta, S. & Warrier, S. (1996). In the Footsteps of “Arundhati”: Asian Indian Women, Violence Against Women, 2 (3), 238-259

Huisman, K. A. (1996). Wife Beating in Asian American Communities: Identifying the Service Needs of an Overlooked Segment of the U.S. Population. Violence Against Women, 2 (3), 260-259

Jang, D., Lee, D. & Morello-Frosch, R. (1990). Domestic Violence in the Immigrant and Refugee Community: Responding to the Needs of Immigrant Women. Response to the Victimization of Women and Children, 13 (4), 2-7

Lovell, M. L., Tran, T. & Nguyen, C. D. (1987). Refugee women: Lives in Transition. International Social Work, 30, 317-325

Narayan, U. (1995). “Male Order” Brides: Immigrant Women, Domestic Violence and Immigration Law. Hypatia, 10 (1),104-199

Yick, A. G. & Agbanyani-Siewart, P. (1997). Perceptions of Domestic Violence in a Chinese American Community. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 12 (6), 832-846

Other Citations of Interest:

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

Ellsberg, M., Caldera, T., Herrera, A., Winkvist, Anna, & Kullgren, G. (1999). Domestic Violence and Emotional Distress Among Nicaraguan Women: Results From a Population-Based Study. American Psychologist, 54 (1), 30-36

Fawcett, G. M., Heise, L. L., Isita-Espejel, L., Pick, S. (1999). Changing Community Responses to Wife Abuse: a Research and Demonstration Project in Iztacalco, Mexico. American Psychologist, 54 (1), 41-49

Home, S. (1999). Domestic Violence in Russia. American Psychologist , 54 (1) 55-61

Krane, J. E. (1996). Violence Against Women in Intimate Relations: Insights from Cross Cultural Analyses. Transcultural Psychiatric Research Review, 33 (4), 435-465

Krishan, S. P., Hilbert, J. C., Van Leeuwen, D. & Kolia, R. (1997). Documenting Domestic Violence among Ethnically Diverse Populations: results from a Preliminary Study. Family and Community Health, 30, 317-325

Kozu, J. (1999). Domestic Violence in Japan. American Psychologist, 54 (1), 50-54

McWhirter, P. T. (1999). La Violecia Privada: Domestic Violence in Chile. American Psychologist, 54 (1),37-40

Wessel, L. & Campbell, J. C. 91997) Providing Sanctuary for Battered Women: Nicaragua’s Casa De La Mujer. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 18, 455-47