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Readings: Experiences of Relationship Violence for Runaway and Homeless Youth

Decker, M., Miller, E., McCauley, H., Tancredi, D., Levenson, R., Waldman, J., Schoenwald, P., Silverman, J. (2011).  Intimate partner violence and partner notification of sexually transmitted infections among adolescent and young adult family planning clinic patients. International Journal of STD & AIDS 2011; 22: 345–347

Ensign, J. & Panke, A. (2002). Barriers and bridges to care: Voices of homeless female adolescent youth in Seattle, Washington, USA. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 37(2), 166-172.

Farrin, J., Dollard, M., & Cheers, B. (2005). Homeless youth in the country. Youth Studies Australia, 24(3).

Gaetz, S. (2004). Safe streets for whom? Homeless youth, social exclusion, and criminal victimization. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 423-455.

Greene, J.M., Ennett, S.T., & Ringwalt, C.L. (1999). Prevalence and correlates of survival sex among runaway and homeless youth. American Journal of Public Health, 89(9), 1406-1409.

Kennedy, A.C. (2007, July). Homelessness, violence exposure, and school participation among urban adolescent mothers. Journal of Community Psychology, 35(5), 639-654.

Lindsey, E.W., Kurtz, P.D., Jarvis, S., Williams, N.R., & Nackerud, L. (April 2000). How runaway and homeless youth navigate troubled waters: Personal strengths and resources. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 17(2), 115-140.

McCarthy, B., Hagan, J., & Martin, M. (2002). In and out of harm’s way: Violent victimization and the social capital of fictive street families. Criminology, 40(4), 831-865.

Miller, E., Decker, M., Miller, E., McCauley, H., Tancredi, D., Levenson, R., Waldman, J., Schoenwald, P., Silverman, J. (2010). Pregnancy coercion, intimate partner violence and unintended pregnancy. Article in press.

Noriega, R. (2004, Fall). “Challenges and Observations: Working with Homeless Youth in Olympia, WA.” In Partners in Social Change, VII(1). Sexual Assault Prevention Resource Center, Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs: Olympia, WA.

Skott-Myre, H., Raby, R., & Nikolaou, J. (2008, February). Towards a delivery system of services for rural homeless youth: A literature review and case study. Child Youth Care Forum, 37(2), 87-102.

Teten, A.L., Nagayma Hall, G.C., & Pacifici, C. (2005, June). Validation of acceptance of coercive sexual behavior (ACSB): A multimedia measure of adolescent dating attitudes. Assessment, 12(2), 162-173.

Thorne, J. (2005, Spring). “Creating Community.” In Evergreen, 26(2). Office of Advancement, The Evergreen State College: Olympia, WA.

Thrane, L.E., & Yoder, K.A. (2001, September). Rural and urban runaways: Different survival strategies or different resources? The Prevention Researcher, 8(3), 15-16.

Thrane, L.E., et al. (2006, October). Impact of family abuse on runaway, deviance, and street victimization among homeless rural and urban youth. Child Abuse and Neglect, 30(10), 1117-1128.

Tyler, K.A. (2006). Neglect and abuse histories among homeless young adults: Summary report to participating agencies. Department of Sociology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln: Lincoln, NE.

Tyler, K.A. (2006, October). A qualitative study of early family histories and transitions of homeless youth. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 21(10), 1385-1393.

Tyler, K.A. & Johnson, K.A. (2006, August). Trading sex: Voluntary or coerced? The experiences of homeless youth. Journal of Sex Research, 43(3), 208-216.

Tyler, K.A., Hoyt, D.R., & Whitbeck, L.B. (2000). The effects of early sexual abuse on later sexual victimization among female homeless and runaway adolescents. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 15(3), 235-250.

Tyler, K.A. & Johnson, K.A. (2004). Victims and offenders: Accounts of paybacks, invulnerability, and financial gain among homeless youth. Deviant Behavior, 25, 427-449.

Tyler, K.A. & Cauce, A.M. (2002). Perpetrators of early physical and sexual abuse among homeless and runaway adolescents. Child Abuse & Neglect, 26, 1261-1274.

Tyler, K.A., Whitbeck, L.B., Hoyt, D.R., & Cauce, A.M. (2004). Risk factors for sexual victimization among male and female homeless and runaway youth. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19(5), 503-520.

Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs. (2004, October). Homeless, runaway and throwaway Youth: Sexual victimization and consequences of life on the streets. Research & Advocacy Digest, 7(1).  WCSAP: Olympia, WA.

Owen, G. et al. (2005). Homeless youth in Minnesota: 2003 statewide survey of people without permanent shelter. Wilder Research: St. Paul, MN.

Xiaojin, C., Thrane, L., Whitbeck, L.B., Johnson, K.D., & Hoyt, D.R. (2007, September). Onset of conduct disorder, use of delinquent subsistence strategies, and street victimization among homeless and runaway adolescents in the midwest. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2(9), 1156-1183.

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