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School of Social Work Research Publications

  1. Devlyder, J. E., Anglin, D. M., Bowleg, L., Fedina, L., & Link, B. (2021-invited). Police violence and public health. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 18.
  2. Fedina, L., Bright, C., Rosay, A., & Smith, M. (2021-invited). How do food, housing, and healthcare insecurity impact health outcomes among sexual assault survivors. Sexual Assault Report, 24(5), 65-80.
  3. Yoshihama, M., Hammock, A. C., & Baidoun, F. (2021). Analysis of bystander behavior toward intimate partner violence via Peerformance. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  4. Rai, A. Choi, Y. J., Yoshihama, M., & Dabby, C. (2021). Help-seeking among battered immigrant Filipina, Indian, and Pakistani women in the United States: Perceived barriers and helpful responses. Violence and Victims, 36(6), 823-838.
  5. Yoshihama, M., Hammock, A. C., & Baidoun, F. (2021). Peerformance: Bystanders enacting and challenging gender norms in community-based theatre to prevent domestic violence. Violence Against Women, 28(3-4), 922-945.
  6. Hong, J. S., Zhang, S., Yoshihama, M., Espelage, D. L., Garthe, R. C., & Voisin, D. R. (2021). Exposure to mother's verbal conflict with her intimate partner and aggressive behavior of urban adolescents: An empirical test of three criminological theories. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 91(3), 432-442.
  7. Hong, J. S, Zhang, S., Burlaka, V., Yoshihama, M. Yan, Y., & Voisin, D. R. (2021). From exposure to violence between mother and her intimate partner to suicidality experienced by urban adolescents in Chicago's southside. Journal of Environmental Research & Public Health, 18, 7870.
  8. Hong, J. S., Kim, J., Lee, J. J., Yoshihama, M., Espelage, D. L., & Voisin, D. R. (2021). Sex differences in pathways from exposure to parental fighting to risky sexual activities among urban adolescents in urban neighborhoods, Maternal and Child Health Journal, 26(2), 424-433.
  9. Yoshihama, M. (2021). Visualizing gender disparities in health: Ongoing participatory action research following the 2011 disaster in Japan. Social Science and Medicine, 283, 114133.
  10. Taylor, R. J., Chatters, L. M., & Cross, C. J. (2021). Taking diversity seriously: Within‐group heterogeneity in African American extended family support networks. Journal of Marriage and Family, 83(5), 1349-1372.
  11. Kubiak, S., Gilbert, T., Ryan, J., & Victor G. (2021). Overview of the criminal legal system in Michigan: Adults and youth.
  12. Sokol, R., Heinze, J., Doan, J., Normand, M., Grodzinski, A., Pomerantz, N., Scott, B., Gaswirth, M., & Zimmerman M. (2021). Crisis intervention in schools: A systematic review. Journal of School Violence, 20(2), 241-260.
  13. Sokol, R., Mehdipanah, R., Bess, K., Mohammed, L., & Miller, A. (2021). When families do not request help: Assessing a social determinants of health screening tool in practice. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 35(5), 471-478.
  14. Sokol, R., Zimmerman, M., Rupp, L., Heinze, J., Cunningham, R., & Carter, P. (2021). Firearm purchasing during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in households with teens: A national study. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 44(6), 874-882.
  15. Sokol, R., Marineau, L., Zimmerman, M., Rupp, L., Cunningham, R., & Carter, P. (2021). Why some parents made firearms more accessible during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic Results from a national study. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 44(6), 867-873.
  16. Sokol, R., Stein, S., Ammer, J., Trout, P., Mohammed, L., & Miller, A. (2021). Provider perspectives on screening for social determinants of health in pediatric settings: A qualitative study. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 35(6), 577-586.
  17. Sokol, R., Victor, B., Mariscal, S., Ryan, J., & Perron, B. (2021). Using administrative data to uncover how often and why supervisory neglect happens: Implications for child maltreatment prevention. Child Abuse and Neglect, 122,
  18. Tang, P., Duni, J., Peeples, M., Kowitt, S., Bhushan, N., Sokol, R., & Fisher, E. (2021). Complementarity of digital health and peer support: “This is what’s coming”. Frontiers in Clinical Diabetes and Healthcare.
  19. Victor, B., Perron, B., Sokol, R., Fedina, L., & Ryan, J. (2021). Automated identification of domestic violence in written child welfare records: Leveraging text mining and machine learning to enhance social work research and evaluation. Journal of Society of Social Work Research, 12(4),
  20. Lee, S. J., Ward, K. P., Chang, O. D., & Downing, K. M. (2021). Parenting activities and the transition to home-based education during the COVID-19 pandemic. Children and Youth Services Review, 122, 105585.
  21. Lee, J. Y., Chang, O. D., & Ammari, T. (2021). Using social media Reddit data to examine foster families' concerns and needs during COVID-19. Child Abuse and Neglect, 121, 105262.
  22. Wood, A. K. & Friedline, T. (2021). The deadly mix of individual responsibility and racial capitalism. Current Affairs.
  23. Friedline, Terri & Wood, A. K. (2021). How banks are squeezing their staff. Public Seminar.
  24. Friedline, T., Wood, A. K., Wheatley, M., Oh, S., & Zheng, H. (2021). Doubling down on racial capitalism during covid-19: Qualitative interviews with bank employees. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 689(1), 163-184.
  25. Soltani, I., Gonzalez Benson, O., Besprozvany, V., Godin, E., & Albader, B. (2021). Missing migrants of the Mediterranean. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and Mixed Migration Center.


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