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School of Social Work Research Publications for Katie A. Schultz

  1. Ortega-Williams, A., Beltrán, R., Schultz, K., Henderson, Z. R., Colón, L., & Teyra, C. (2021). An integrated historical trauma and posttraumatic growth framework: A cross-cultural exploration. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 22(2), 220-240.
  2. Storer, H., Schultz, K., & Hamby, S. (2020). The role of gender in adolescent dating abuse: An interpretive meta-synthesis of the qualitative literature. Social Work, 65(4), 335-348.
  3. Schultz, K. & Noyes, E. (2020). “Then who are you?”: Young American Indian and Alaska Native women navigating cultural connectedness in dating and relationships. Geneaology, 4(4), 117.
  4. Fernandez, A. R., Evans-Campbell, T., Johnson-Jennings, M., Beltrán, R., Schultz, K., Stroud, S., & Walters, K. L. (2020). "Being on the walk put it somewhere in my body": The meaning of place in health for Indigenous women. Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 30(1/2).
  5. Hamby, S., Schultz, K., & Elm, J. (2019). Understanding the burden of trauma and victimization among American Indian and Alaska Native elders: Historical trauma as an element of poly-victimization. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation.
  6. Schultz, K., Walls, M., & Grana, S. (2019). Intimate partner violence and health: The roles of social support and communal mastery in five American Indian communities. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  7. Beltrán, R. E., Schultz, K., Fernandez, A., Walters, K. L., Duran, B., & Evans-Campbell, T. (2018). From ambivalence to revitalization: Negotiating cardiovascular health behaviors related to environmental and historical trauma in a Northwest American Indian community. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 25(2), 103-128.
  8. Schultz, K., Teyra, C., Breiler, G., Evans-Campbell, T., & Pearson, C. (2018). “They gave me life”: Motherhood and recovery in a tribal community. Substance Use and Misuse, 53(12), 1965-1973.
  9. Schultz, K., Cattaneo, L. B., Sabina, C., Brunner, L., Jackson, S., & Serrata, J. V. (2016). Key roles of community connectedness in healing from trauma. Psychology of Violence, 6(1), 42-48.
  10. Schultz, K., Walters, K. L., Beltrán, R., Stroud, S., & Johnson-Jennings, M. (2016). “I’m stronger than I thought”: Native women reconnecting to body, health, and place. Health and Place, 40, 21-28.
  11. Walters, K. L., Evans-Campbell, T., Town, M. A., Schultz, K., LePak, J. H., & Beltrán, R. E. (2015). Alaska Native, Native American, and First Nation People: Outreach, screening, and assessment. In G. Christ, C. Messner, & L. Behar (Eds.), Handbook of Oncology Social Work: Psychosocial Care for People with Cancer. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  12. Yuan, N. P., Belcourt-Dittloff, A., Schultz, K., Packard, G., & Duran, B. M. (2015). Research agenda for violence against American Indian and Alaska Native women: Toward the development of strength-based and resilience interventions. Psychology of Violence, 5(4), 367-373.
  13. Storer, H., Mienko, J., Miyawaki, C., Chan, Y., Kang J., & Schultz, K. (2012). Moving beyond dichotomies: How the intersection of race, class, and place impact high school graduation rates for African American students. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 39(1), 17-44.
  14. Walters, K. L., Stately, A., Evans-Campbell, T., Simoni, J. M., Duran, B., Schultz, K., Stanley, E. C., Charles, C., & Guerrero, D. (2009). “Indigenist” collaborative research efforts in Native American communities. In A. Stiffman (Ed.), The Field Research Survival Guide. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

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