Violence against women, community organizing and participatory action research in immigrant and marginalized communities, theatre-based prevention, mental health.
|(734) firstname.lastname@example.org||2768 SSWB||University of Michigan|
School of Social Work
1080 S. University
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
|1996||PhD||Social Welfare||University of California, Los Angeles|
|1986||MSW||Social Welfare||University of California, Los Angeles|
|1984||BA||Literature and Linguistics||Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan|
Yoshihama, M. (2016). Domestic violence in Japan. In E. Buzawa (Ed.), Global responses to domestic violence. New York: Springer.
Yoshihama, M. & Tolman, R. M. (2015). Using interactive theater to create socioculturally relevant community-based intimate partner violence prevention. American Journal of Community Psychology, 55(1-2), 136-147.
Muramoto, K., Kamiyama, M., Yoshihama, M., Dan, S., & Hisata, M. (2015). Higashinihon daishinsai gono community empowerment [Community empowerment after the East Japan Great Earthquake]. Community Shinrigaku Knkyu. Japanese Journal of Community Psychology, 19(1), 1-3.
Yoshihama, M. (2015). Community empowerment after the East Japan great earthquake. Japanese Journal of Community Psychology, 9(1), 1-36.
Yoshihama, M., & Tsunoda, Y. (2014). Violence against women. JAWW NGO Report for Beijing 20+. In Japan Women's Watch (Ed.) Tokyo, Japan: Japan Women's Watch, 16-21.
Yunomae, T., Tsuge, A., & Yoshihama, M. (2014). Violence against women and children after the Great East Japan Disasters. Japanese Journal of International Society for Gender Studies, 12, 21-39.
Ghanbarpour, S., Yoshihama, M., & Dabby, F. C. (2014). Evidence-based practice: Knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and behaviors of domestic violence programs serving Asian and Pacific Islanders. Asian and Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence. San Francisco, CA.
Yoshihama, M. (2014). Group work with women affected by disasters. Casebook Based on the Counseling Program for Women in the Aftermath of the Great East Japan Disasters. Tokyo, Japan: Japanese Government Cabinet Office Gender Equity Bureau.
Yoshihama, M., Blazevski, J., & Bybee, D. (2014). Enculturation and attitudes toward intimate partner violence and gender roles in an Asian Indian populations: Implications for community-based prevention. American Journal of Community Psychology, 53(3), 249-260.
Yoshihama, M., Tsuge, A., & Yunomae, T., Ikeda, K., & Masai, R. (2013). Violence against women and children after the Great East Japan Disasters: results from a case-finding survey. Japan Women's Watch 1-24. Tokyo: Japan Women's Watch.
Yoshihama, M. (2013). Communications campaign to prevent intimate partner violence among Metro Detroit Indians [Report]. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Yoshihama, M., Tsuge, A., & Yunomae, T. with Ikeda K. & Masai, R. (2013). A report of the study of violence against women and children in/after the Great East Japan Disasters. Report to the Women's Network for East Japan Disaster. Tokyo, Japan: Women's Network for East Japan Disaster.
Kamimura, A., Yoshihama, M., & Bybee, D. (2013). Trajectory of intimate partner violence and healthcare seeking over the life course: Study of Japanese women in the Tokyo metropolitan area, Japan. Public Health, 127(10), 902-907.
Yoshihama, M., Ramakrishnan, A., Hammock, A. C., & Khaliq, M. (2012). Intimate partner violence prevention program in an Asian immigrant community: Integrating theories, data, and community. Violence Against Women.
Devries., K. M., Watts, C. H., & Yoshihama, M. (2011). Violence against women is strongly associated with suicide attempts: Evidence from the WHO multi-country study on women's health and domestic violence against women. Social Science and Medicine, 73, 79-86.
Yoshihama, M., Bybee, D., Dabby, C., & Blazevski, J. (2011). Lifecourse experiences of intimate partner violence and help-seeking among Filipino, Indian, and Pakistani women: implications for justice system response [Report]. National Institute of Justice.
Yoshihama, M., Horrocks. J., & Bybee, D. (2010). Intimate partner violence and initiation of smoking and drinking: A population-based study of women in Yokohama, Japan. Social Science and Medicine, 71(6), 1199-1207.
Yoshihama, M. (2009). Application of the Life History Calendar approach to understand women's experiences of intimate partner violence over the lifecourse. In R. F. Belli, F. Stafford, & D. Alwin (Eds.), Calendar and Time Diary Methods in Life Course Research. Sage Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Yoshihama, M. (2009). One unit of the past: Action research project on domestic violence in Japan. In J. Sudbury & M. Okazawa-Rey (Eds.), The Challenge of Activist Scholarship: Antiracist Feminism and Social Change. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.
Yoshihama, M. (2009). Literature on intimate partner violence in immigrant and refugee communities: review and recommendations. In Family Violence Prevention Fund (Ed.), Intimate Partner Violence in Immigrant and Refugee Communities: Challenges, Promising Practices and Recommendations 34-64. Princeton, NJ: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Yoshihama, M. (2009). Toward the eradication of domestic violence: analysis of U.S. movements and challenges. In Women's Space Yui (Ed.), Reflections on the Process of Creating Domestic Violence Prevention Act (15-22). Tokyo: Women's Space Yui.
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