(v) Further works on violence prevention

Note: Works on violence prevention in schools and/or among children and young people, and works on such strategies as bystander intervention and social marketing, are listed are separate sections below.

 

Adler, R.N., J. Smith, P. Fishman, and E.B. Larson. (2004). To Prevent, React, and Rebuild: Health Research and the Prevention of Genocide. Health Services Research, 39(6p2): 2027-2051.AFL (Australian Football League) (2005) Respect & Responsibility: Creating a safe and inclusive environment for women at all levels of Australian Football. Melbourne: Australian Football League, November.

Agenda (2015). Special Issue: Intervention to address sexual violence: Transforming violent cultures for and with girls and young women, 29(3).
EDITORIAL: Interventions to address sexual violence: Transforming violent cultures for and with girls and young women / Lou Haysom
INTRODUCTION: Interventions that address sexual violence against girls and young women: Mapping the issues / Claudia Mitchell & Naydene de Lange
Making silent voices heard: Using participatory video to address sexual violence / Rekha Mahadev
Using cellphones in participatory visual research to address gender-based violence in and around rural South African schools: Reflections on research as intervention / Katie MacEntee
The use of film as an intervention in addressing gender violence: Experiences in a South African secondary school / Nokukhanya Ngcobo
Informing school-led intervention and prevention of sexual violence against girls at school: voices from the school playground / Ateh Kah Moma
Homophobic violence in a Northern Cape school: Learners confront the issue / Trevor McArthur
Genderschools.com Ð Teachers for change: Putting gender in the curriculum / Brigitta Gaylard
Using transformative pedagogies for the prevention of gender-based violence: Reflections from a secondary school-based intervention / Ndumiso Daluxolo Ngidi & Relebohile Moletsane
Challenging the narrative of gender socialisation: Digital storytelling as an engaged methodology for the empowerment of girls and young women / Dipane Hlalele & Jode Brexa
Interrogating gender inequality to address gender violence: Using literary texts as catalysts in an English Education lecture-room / Ansurie Pillay
The what, who and where of female students’ fear of sexual assault on a South African University campus / Shakila Singh, Ronicka Mudaly & Asheena Singh-Pillay
Half of the picture: Interrogating common sense gendered beliefs surrounding sexual harassment practices in higher education / Peace Kiguwa, Mzikazi Nduna, Andile Mthombeni, Polite Chauke, Naledi Selebano & Nontobeko Dlamini
Girl-led strategies to address campus safety: Creating action briefs for dialogue with policy makers / Naydene de Lange, Claudia Mitchell & Relebohile Moletsane
Combating sexual violence using community-based intervention tools in informal settlements / Fatima Khan
Addressing sexual violence and rape culture: Issues and interventions targeting boys and men / Shannon Walsh
Following women’s lead: Male involvement in violence prevention programming / Alyssa Louw & Aimee Louw
(Re)constructing positive cultures to protect girls and women against sexual violence / Hellen Venganai
Human trafficking and the new legal framework in South Africa: Intervention needed for the law to reach vulnerable girls and women / Silindile Buthelezi

Alkon, A., J. M. Tschann, S. H. Ruane, M. Wolff and A. Hittner (2001). A violence-prevention and evaluation project with ethnically diverse populations. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 20(1, Supplement 1): 48-55.

Allen, Robert L. (1995). Stopping Sexual Harassment: A Challenge for Community Education. In Hill, Anita Faye and Jordan, Emma Coleman. (eds). Race, Gender, and Power in America: The Legacy of the Hill-Thomas Hearings. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press.

American College Health Association (ACHA). (2008). Shifting the Paradigm: Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence. Baltimore, MD: ACHA (24 pp.).

Anderson, L., M.P. Stoelb, P. Duggan, B. Hieger, K.H. Kling, and J.P. Payne. (1998). The Effectiveness of Two Types of Rape Prevention Programs in Changing the Rape-Supportive Attitudes of College Students. Journal of College Student Development, 39, pp. 131-142.

APHA. (2001). Preventing genocide. Am J Public Health, 91(3), 512-513.

Bamberger, Richard. (1999). A View From the Inside: Enlisting Men & Boys To Develop Strategies To Prevent Violence. Report of the Select Seminar, Capital Area School Development Association, University at Albany, Rensselaer, NY, 33 pp.

Banyard, V. L. (2013). Go big or go home: Reaching for a more integrated view of violence prevention. Psychology of Violence, 3(2), 115-120. doi:10.1037/a0032289

Banyard, V.L., R.P. Eckstein, and M.M. Moynihan. (2010). Sexual Violence Prevention: The Role of Stages of Change. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 25(1): 111-135.

Barger, E., Wacker J, Macy R, Parish S. (2009). Sexual assault prevention for women with intellectual disabilities: a critical review of the evidence. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 47(4): 249-62.

Bartel, Doris (2018) Training and Mentoring Community Facilitators to Lead Critical Reflection Groups for Preventing Violence Against Women. The Prevention Collaborative.

Basile K. (2003). Implications of public health policy on sexual violence. Ann N Y Acad Sci., 989: 446–463.

Bedera, N., & Nordmeyer, K. (2015). “Never Go Out Alone”: An Analysis of College Rape Prevention Tips. Sexuality & Culture, 1-10.

Bedera, N., & Nordmeyer, K. (2015). “Never Go Out Alone”: An Analysis of College Rape Prevention Tips. Sexuality & Culture, 1-10.

Black, B., A. Weisz, S. Coats, and D. Patterson. (2000). Evaluating a psychoeducational sexual assault prevention program incorporating theatrical presentation, peer education, and social work. Research on Social Work Practice, 10, 589-606.

Blackstone, A. (2007). Finding politics in the silly and the sacred: Anti-rape activism on campus. Sociological Spectrum, 27(2): 151-163.

Bloom, D. (2006). Moving Beyond Naturalism: Using a Discussion of Miss Julie to Educate Students About Date Rape--and More. Feminist Teacher, 16(3): 238.

Boba, R., and D. Lilley (2009). Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Funding: A Nationwide Assessment of Effects on Rape and Assault. Violence Against Women, 15(2): 168-185.

Bowen, L.K., V. Gwiasda, and M.M. Brown. (2004). Engaging Community Residents to Prevent Violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19(3): 356-367.

Breitenbecher, K.H., and M. Scarce. (1999). A Longitudinal Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Sexual Assault Education Program. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 14(5): 459-478.

Breitenbecher, K.H., and M. Scarce. (2001). An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Sexual Assault Education Program Focusing on Psychological Barriers to Resistance. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 16(5): 387-407.

Browne-Miller, Angela. (2006). Making the Case for Domestic Violence Prevention Through the Lens of Cost-Benefit: A Manual for Domestic Violence Prevention Practitioners. Transforming Communities: Technical Assistance, Training and Resource Center (TC-TAT).

Butchart, Alexander, David Brown, Andrew Wilson, and Christopher Mikton. (2008). Preventing violence and reducing its impact: how development agencies can help.World Health Organisation.

Byrne, J., and D. Hummer (2007). In search of the “Tossed Salad Man” (and others involved in prison violence): New strategies for predicting and controlling violence in prison. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 12(5): 531-541.

Cameron, Margaret. (2000). Young Men and Violence Prevention. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, No. 154, Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology

Campbell, R., H. Dorey, M. Naegeli, L. K. Grubstein, K. K. Bennett, F. Bonter, P. K. Smith, J. Grzywacz, P. K. Baker, and W. S. D. II. (2004). An Empowerment Evaluation Model for Sexual Assault Programs: Empirical Evidence of Effectiveness. American Journal of Community Psychology, 34(3-4): 251.

Cantor, Ralph, with Paul Kivel, Allan Creighton, and the Oakland Men’s Project. (1997). Days of Respect: Organizing a Schoolwide Violence Prevention Program. Alameda, CA: Hunter House.

Carlson, M. (2008). I’d rather go along and be considered a man: masculinity and bystander intervention. The Journal of Men’s Studies, 16(1): 3-17.

Carmody, M., and G. Ovenden. (2013). Putting ethical sex into practice: sexual negiotation, gender and citizenship in the lives of young women and men. Journal of Youth Studies, 792 - 807.

Carmody, M., G. Ovenden, and A. Hoffmann. (2011). “The program really gives you skills for dealing with real life situations”: Results from the evaluation of the Sex + Ethics Program with young people from Wellington, New Zealand. Centre for Educational Research, University of Western Sydney, April 2011. (got copy in PDF)

Carmody, M., Robinson, KH; Salter, M., Bansel, P., & Ovenden, G. (2016). Preventing violence against women: Strategies for lasting change. Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia.

Casey, E. A., and T. P. Lindhorst. (2009). Toward a multi-level, ecological approach to the primary prevention of sexual assault: Prevention in peer and community contexts. Trauma, Violence & Abuse, 10(2), 91-114.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2016). Preventing multiple forms of violence: a strategic vision for connecting the dots. Division of Violence Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Cheetham, J. (2002). Innovative Partnerships: A case study of a community education campaign — Violence Against Women: It’s Against All The Rules. Paper presented at Expanding Our Horizons: Under the Complexities of Violence Against Women, University of Sydney, 18-22 February.

Choi, Y. J., & An, S. (2016). Interventions to Improve Responses of Helping Professionals to Intimate Partner Violence A Quick Scoping Review. Research on Social Work Practice, 26(1), 101-127.

Chrisler, Joan C., and Sheila Ferguson. (2006). Violence Against Women as a Public Health Issue. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 1087: 235-249.

Cohen, L., V. Chavez, and Sana Chehimi. (eds.) (2007) Prevention is Primary. Strategies for Community Well-being. San Francisco: John Wiley & Sons.
SECTION I: DEFINING THE ISSUES.
1: Beyond Brochures: The Imperative for Primary Prevention / Larry Cohen and Sana Chehimi.
2: Achieving Health Equity and Social Justice / Wayne H. Giles and Leandris Liburd.
3: Gender, Health and Prevention / Michelle Ramirez, Siobhan Maty, and Leslie McBride.
4: The Hope of Prevention: Individual, Family, and Community Resilience / Bonnie Benard.
SECTION II: KEY ELEMENTS OF EFFECTIVE PREVENTION EFFORTS.
5: Community Organizing for Health and Social Justice / Vivian Chávez, Meredith Minkler, Nina Wallerstein, and Michael Spencer.
6: More than a Message: Framing Public Health Advocacy / Lori Dorfman, Lawrence Wallack, and Katie Woodruff.
7: Working Collaboratively to Advance Prevention / Larry Cohen and Ashby Wolfe.
8: Making Change: The Power of Local Communities Fostering Policy / Makani Themba-Nixon.
9: Using Media Advocacy to Influence Policy / Lori Dorfman.
10: Primary Prevention and Program Evaluation / Dan Perales.
SECTION III: PREVENTION IN CONTEXT.
11: Preventing Injustices in Environmental Health and Exposures / Stephanie Farquhar, Neha Patel, and Molly Chidsey.
12: Health and the Built Environment: Opportunities for Prevention / Howard Frumkin and Andrew L. Dannenberg.
13: Creating Healthy Food Environments, Preventing Chronic Disease / Leslie Mikkelsen, Catherine S. Erickson, and Marion Nestle.
14: Strengthening the Collaboration between Public Health and Criminal Justice to Prevent Violence / Deborah Prothrow-Stith.
15: The Limits of Behavioral Interventions for HIV Prevention / Dan Wohlfeiler and Jonathan M. Ellen.

Cook-Craig, P. (September, 2012). Youth Sexual Violence Prevention. Harrisburg, PA: VAWnet, a project of the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence. Retrieved November 16 2012, from: http: //www.vawnet.org.

Cover, R. (2014). Sexual Ethics, Masculinity and Mutual Vulnerability: Judith Butler’s Contribution to an Ethics of Non-Violence. Australian Feminist Studies, 29(82), 435-451.

Crooks, C. V., G. R. Goodall, L. L. Baker, and R. Hughes (2006). Preventing Violence Against Women: Engaging the Fathers of Today and Tomorrow. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 13(1): 82-93.

Crooks, C.V., G.R. Goodall, R. Hughes, P.G. Jaffe, and L.L. Baker. (2007). Engaging Men and Boys in Preventing Violence Against Women: Applying a Cognitive-Behavioral Model. Violence Against Women, 13(3): 217-239.

Curchin, K. (2019). The Dilemma of Rape Avoidance Advice: Acknowledging Women’s Agency without Blaming Victims of Sexual Assault. Women’s Studies International Forum, 75, 102240. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2019.102240

Davis, Tracy L., and Debora L. Liddell. (2002). Getting Inside the House: The Effectiveness of a Rape Prevention Program for College Fraternity Men. Journal of College Student Development. 43(1), January/February: 35-50.

Devilly, G.J., L. Sorbello, L. Eccleston, and T. Ward. (2005). Prison-based peer-education schemes. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 10(2): 219-240.

Dickson, S. (2016). Building rainbow communities free of partner and sexual violence.  [n.p.]: Hohou Te Rongo Kahukura - Outing Violence.  

Dickson, S., & Willis, G. M. (2015). Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence in Aotearoa New Zealand: A Survey of Prevention Activities. Sexual Abuse: a journal of research and treatment, 1079063215583852.

Diehl, Digby. (2005). The Chicago Project for Violence Prevention. In Stephen Isaacs and James Knickman. To Improve Health and Health Care: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Anthology, Volume VIII. 2nd ed. Hoboken: Jossey-Bass.

Doll, L. S., Bonzo, S. E., Mercy, J. A., & Sleet, D. A. (Eds.). (2007). Handbook of injury and violence prevention. New York: Springer.
The Epidemiology and Costs of Unintentional and Violent Injuries.- Injury and Violence Prevention Interventions: An Overview.- Interventions to Prevent Falls.- Interventions to Prevent Motor Vehicle Injuries.- Interventions to Prevent Drowning.- Interventions to Prevent Residential fire Injury Prevention.- Interventions to Prevent Sports and Recreational Injuries.- Interventions to Prevent Child Maltreatment.- Interventions to Prevent Youth Violence.- Interventions to Prevent Suicidal Behavior.- Interventions to Prevent IPV.- Interventions to Prevent Sexual Violence.- Interventions to Prevent Elder Maltreatment.- Changing the Built Environment to Prevent Injuries.- Changing the Social Environment to Prevent Injuries.- Interventions to Prevent Alcohol-Related Injuries.- Reducing the Misuse of Firearms.- Parenting and the Prevention of Childhood Injuries.- Building Community Resiliency to Prepare for Terrorism and Disasters.- Trends and Challenges in Intervention Research Methods.- Interpreting Evidence of Effectiveness: How do we know when interventions work?.- Behavioral Interventions for Injury and Violence Prevention.- Developing Interventions when there is little science.- Developing and Implementing Communication Messages.- Cultural Appropriateness in Interventions for Racial and Etnic Minorities.- Evaluating Fidelity and Effectiveness of Interventions.- Involving the Community in Injury Prevention: An Approach Using Community Readiness Interviews.- Translation and Dissemination: Essential elements for science-based public health practice.- Encouraging Adoption of Science-Based Interventions: Organizational and Community Issues.- Appendix.

Dyson, S., and M. Flood. (2008). Building cultures of respect and non-violence: A review of literature concerning adult learning and violence prevention programs with men. Melbourne: AFL Respect & Responsibility Program & VicHealth.

Dyson, Sue. (2014). Health and the Primary Prevention of Violence against Women. Melbourne: Australian Women’s Health Network.

Edleson, Jeffrey L. (2000). Primary Prevention and Adult Domestic Violence. Family Violence Prevention Fund.

Eisikovits, Z. and B. Bailey (2011). From dichotomy to continua: Towards a transformation of gender roles and intervention goals in partner violence. Aggression and Violent Behavior 16(4): 340-346.

Elliott, D. S. and S. Mihalic (2004). Issues in Disseminating and Replicating Effective Prevention Programs. Prevention Science, 5(1): 47-47-53.

Eves, Richard. (2007). Exploring the Role of Men and Masculinities in Papua New Guinea in the 21st century: How to address violence in ways that generate empowerment for both men and women. Caritas Australia.

Falb K.L, Annan J and Gupta J. (2015). Achieving gender equality to reduce intimate partner violence against women. The Lancet Global Health, 3(6), e302–e303.

Family Safety Victoria. (2017). Preventing family violence and violence against women: capability framework. Government of Victoria.

Family Violence Prevention Fund. (2005). Culture Handbook. June.

Finucane, Moira C.G., and Susan F. Finucane. (2004). 101 Ways Great and Small to Prevent Family Violence. Melbourne: Domestic Violence and Incest Resource Centre.

Fletcher, G. (2014). Just how do we create change? Sites of contradiction and the ‘black box’ of change in primary prevention. In Preventing Sexual Violence: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Overcoming a Rape Culture, eds N. Henry & A. Powell, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, pp. 127-149.

Flood, M., and L. Fergus. (2008). An Assault on Our Future: The impact of violence on young people and their relationships. Sydney: White Ribbon Foundation.

Flood, Michael, and Sue Dyson. (2007). Sport, athletes, and violence against women. NTV Journal, Summer, pp. 37-46.

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Foshee, V.A, Reyes L.M, Agnew-Brune C.B, Simon T.R, Vagi K.J, Lee R.D, Suchindran C. (2014). The effects of the evidence-based Safe Dates dating abuse prevention program on other youth violence outcomes. Prev. Sci, ePub, 2014.

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Frazier, K. E., & Falmagne, R. J. (2014). Empowered victims? Women’s contradictory positions in the discourse of violence prevention. Feminism & Psychology, 24(4), 479-499.

Frohmader, C., Dowse, L., & Didi, A. (2015). Preventing violence against women and girls with disabilities: Integrating a human rights perspective. Human Rights Defender, 24(1): 11-15.

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Gadd, David. (2014). Preliminary steps towards a more preventative approach to eliminating violence against women in Europe. European Journal of Criminology 4, no. 11(2014) : 464-480.

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Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community. (2008). Special issue: Sexual Violence: Current Perspectives on Prevention and Intervention, 36(1-2);
Lauren F. Lichty, Rebecca Campbell, Jayne Schuiteman, Developing a University-Wide Institutional Response to Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence.
Mary M. Moynihan, Victoria L. Banyard, Community responsibility for preventing sexual violence: a pilot study with campus Greeks and intercollegiate athletes.
Sharyn J. Potter, Jane G. Stapleton, Mary M. Moynihan, Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating a Media Campaign Illustrating the Bystander Role.
Ross Wantland, Our Brotherhood and Your Sister: Building Anti-Rape Community in the Fraternity.
Angela M. Borges, Victoria L. Banyard, Mary M. Moynihan Clarifying Consent: Primary Prevention of Sexual Assault on a College Campus.
Stephanie M. Townsend, Rebecca Campbell Identifying Common Practices in Community-Based Rape Prevention Programs.
Rus Funk, Men’s Work: Men’s Voices and Actions against Sexism and Violence.

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Kasturirangan, A. (2008). Empowerment and Programs Designed to Address Domestic Violence. Violence Against Women, 14(12): 1465-1475.

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Journals

 

(Also see journals listed above.)

 

American Journal of Community Psychology

American Journal of Health Education

American Journal of Preventive Medicine

American Psychologist

Applied and Preventive Psychology

Australian Psychologist

Health Education Research

International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy

International Journal of Behavioral Development

Journal of College Student Development

Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community

Journal of Primary Prevention (http://www.springer.com/medicine/journal/10935)

Prevention Science (http://www.preventionresearch.org/prevscience.php)

Public Health Research

The Prevention Researcher (focused on youth) (http://www.tpronline.org/)

 

Newsletters

 

Moving Upstream: Virginia’s Newsletter for the Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence

Partners in Social Change (Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Sexual Assault Prevention Resource Center)