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Browsing by Subject "Actionable Information"

Browsing by Subject "Actionable Information"

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  • Clevenger, Shelly; Langheim-Frooman, Kelsey (Center for Victim Research (CVR), 2019)
    This presentation summarizes the findings from Dr. Clevenger's interviews with survivors of online cybervictimization and in-person victimization and interviews with their female loved ones (including mothers, spouses, ...
  • Agu, Ngozi; Parish, Allison; Vitucci, Judi; Michael-Asalu, Abimbola; Balogun, Omotola; Birriel, Pamela; Sanon, Ruth; Geary, Shana; Ramakrishnan, Rema; Jean-Baptiste, Esther; Marshall, Jennifer (University of South Florida, 2016)
    The Florida Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Initiative implemented an intimate partner violence (IPV) learning collaborative to fulfill a need for a more comprehensive approach to IPV in order ...
  • Skinner, Julia; Gross, Melissa (Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL), 2017)
    Sexual assault is a prevalent, yet underreported and stigmatizing crime that disproportionately affects college-age students. The literature of Library & Information Studies does not currently address the ...
  • Unknown author (Move to End Violence, 2015)
    This fact sheet discusses findings from surveys of voters about how important they rate ending violence against women and girls, which messages are most effective for motivating communities to take action, and barriers to ...
  • Lake, Celinda (Move to End Violence, 2012)
    Celinda Lake, president of Lake Research Partners and a member of Move to End Violence faculty, shared insights on research and framing around violence against girls and women. This research, done in partnership with Move ...
  • Lewis, Danielle (Move to End Violence, 2015)
    Move to End Violence recently finished a research project with Lake Research Partners that included focus groups and an online survey to better understand what we as a movement can do to inspire stronger support that ...
  • Unknown author (Move to End Violence, 2014)
    In 2012, we [Move to End Violence] conducted a significant study of public opinion on violence against girls and women to establish a baseline for tracking changes in attitudes over time. We learned that people are supportive ...
  • Lake, Celinda; Lewis, Danielle; Stohl, Ilene; Tototzintle, Patti (Move to End Violence, 2015)
    This webinar shares what we learned from this research and introduces the Move to End Violence Research into Action Guide, an easy-to-use guide that highlights the most critical insights from this research and provides ...
  • Irvin-Erickson, Yasemin; Dusenbery, Malore; Yahner, Jennifer (Center for Victim Research (CVR), 2018)
    The Center for Victim Research (CVR) produces research syntheses which summarize the prevalence, consequences, promising practices, and areas to grow knowledge and services for specific types of victimization and victim ...
  • Lovell, Rachel; Yang, Liuhong; Klingenstein, Joanna (Center for Evidence-based Crime Policy, 2019)
    This article summarizes the authors' research on an Ohio county's prosecution case files for nearly now-tested 1,000 sexual assault kits. The researchers found that sexual assault kits were cost effective because they can ...