Useful Research Links

 

Hanna, Cheryl (2009) ‘The Paradox of Progress: Translating Evan Stark’s Coercive Control Into Legal Doctrine for Abused Women

 http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.900.714&rep=rep1&type=pdf

Health Foundation: Improvement in Practice: the IRIS Case Study Implementing a Successful Primary care Domestic Violence Service

http://www.irisdomesticviolence.org.uk/iris/uploads/documents/Improvement_in_practice_IRIS_case_study_Health_Foundation.pdf

Katz, Emma (2019) ‘Coercive Control, Domestic Violence and a Five-Factor Framework: Five Factors that Influence Closeness, Distance and Strain in Mother-Child Relationships’Violence Against Women OnlineFirst OI: 10.1177/1077801218824998 Available from: 

https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1077801218824998

Katz, Emma (2016) ‘Beyond the Physical Incident Model: How Children Living with Domestic Violence are Harmed by and Resist Regimes of Coercive Control’, Child Abuse Review, 25 (1): 46-59. DOI: 10.1002/car.2422 Available from:

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/car.2422/abstract *Wiley Prize *Corinna Seith Prize

Katz, Emma (2016) ‘Coercive Control: How it Impacts Children in Many Different Ways’, Domestic Violence Report, 22 (1): 1-4. Available from: 

https://www.civicresearchinstitute.com/online/article.php?pid=18&iid=1222

Katz, Emma (2015) ‘Recovery-Promoters: Ways that Mothers and Children Support One Another’s Recoveries from Domestic Violence’, British Journal of Social Work, 45 (sup. 1): i153-i169. DOI:10.1093/bjsw/bcv091 Available from:

http://bjsw.oxfordjournals.org/content/45/suppl_1/i153.abstract

Katz, Emma (2015) ‘Domestic Violence, Children’s Agency and Mother-Child Relationships: Towards a More Advanced Model’, Children and Society, 29 (1): 69-79. DOI: 10.1111/chso.12023 Available from:

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/chso.12023/abstract

Katz, Emma (2014) ‘Strengthening Mother-Child Relationships as Part of Domestic Violence Recovery’, Centre for Research on Families and Relationships (Research Briefing 72), University of Edinburgh. Available from: 

https://www.civicresearchinstitute.com/online/article_abstract.php?pid=18&iid=1222&aid=7951

Kelly, Liz (2015) ‘Finding the Cost of Freedom; How Women & Children Rebild thei Lives after Domestic Violence

 https://www.nottinghamshire.pcc.police.uk/Document-Library/News-and-Events/Chance-for-Change/Professor-Liz-Kelly-Chance-for-Change-Presentation.pdf

Kelly, Liz (2015) Changing Violent Men: Highlights from the Mirabal Project:

https://www.derbyshire-pcc.gov.uk/Document-Library/News–Events/Summits-and-Conferences/Professor-Liz-Kelly.pdf

Kelly, Liz (2013). Evaluation of the pilot of domestic violence protection orders. Joanna R. Adler; Miranda A.H. Horvarth; Jo Lovett; Mark Coulson; David Kernohan; and Mark Gray. London: Home Office, Crime research and analysis.

ISBN 9781782462620. 76. Online.

Kelly, Liz; Mullender, Audrey; Humphreys, Catherine; Hester, Marianne; Abrahams, Hilary; Lowe, Pam (2000). From good intentions to good practice: mapping services working with families where there is domestic violence. Bristol: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

ISBN 9781861342454. Online. Pdf.

Kelly, Liz (1991). “Unspeakable acts: women who abuse”. Trouble & Strife. Trouble & Strife Collective. 21: 13–20. Pdf.

Kelly, Liz; Radford, Jill (1990). “Nothing really happened’: the invalidation of women’s experiences of sexual violence”.

Critical Social Policy. Sage. 10 (30): 39–53. doi:10.1177/026101839001003003.

 Public Health Wales, Welsh Adverse Childhood Experiences Study

http://www2.nphs.wales.nhs.uk:8080/PRIDDocs.nsf/7c21215d6d0c613e80256f490030c05a/d488a3852491bc1d80257f370038919e/$FILE/ACE%20Report%20FINAL%20(E).pdf

Stark, Evan ‘Re-presenting Battered Women: Coercive Control and the Defense of Liberty

https://www.stopvaw.org/uploads/evan_stark_article_final_100812.pdf