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Books in Walker Library
An African American Female's guide to understand why the African American male commits domestic violence by
Call Number: Walker Library - 2nd Floor 362.8292 H12a
Publication Date: 2011-01-03
The Domestic violence workbook for African Americans
Family Violence and Men of Color by
Call Number: Walker Library - 2nd Floor 362.8292 F21 2008
Publication Date: 2008-08-01
"This innovative book examines an important, timely topic The content will greatly enhance practitioners' and students' understanding and skills in working with men of color."
Cultural Considerations in recognizing and responding to Domestic Violence
Latino, Hispanic Family Violence
Domestic violence is just as serious and damaging a problem in Latino communities as it is in other ethnic and racial groups. However, Latinas/os face particular obstacles and challenges to addressing domestic violence and require culturally and linguistically specific services and resources in order to adequately address the problem.
national latin@ network
Barriers to service, facts and statistics, Prevalence and occurrence, fact sheets, vidoe, etc.
No More no mas
Survey of the Avon Foundation found interesting results for how latinos are addressing this problem. (Scroll down for the link to the full report, etc)
Findings of the No More survey
Among the key findings:
•More than half of the Latin@s (56%) in the U.S. know a victim of domestic violence, and one in four (28%) know a victim of sexual assault.
•41% of Latin@s believe that fear of deportation is the number one barrier preventing Latin@ victims from seeking help, followed by fear of more violence for themselves and their families (39%) and fear of children being taken away (39%).
•Lack of respect for the opposite sex was seen as a stronger driver of domestic violence and sexual assault than traditional gender roles.
•Nearly two-thirds of Latin@s who knew a victim of domestic violence (61%) and sexual assault (60%) say that they intervened and did something for the victim.
Domestic Violence in Asian-American Communities by
Call Number: Walker Library - 2nd Floor 362.8292 D71n
Publication Date: 2007-07-18
Speaking the Unspeakable by
Publication Date: 2000-04-01
Marital Violence Among South Asian Immigrants in the United States
Family Violence in a Cultural Perspective by
Publication Date: 2003-10-07
Family Violence in a Cultural Perspective focuses on family violence from four major ethnic populations of the United States: Native American Indian, African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Asian American.
Sharing Our Stories of Survival by
Call Number: Walker Library - 2nd Floor 305.48969 Sh2d
Publication Date: 2007-10-15
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