Session 102: RP3 -> Survivor-Centered Community-Based Research on Violence Against Women
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Bristol
Session Chair: Heather C. Melton, University of Colorado - Boulder
The Relationship Between Domestic Violence Case Disposition and Victimization Six Months Later
by: Cris M. Sullivan, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Joanne Belknap, University of Colorado - Boulder
Ruth Fleury, Michigan State University
Amy Leisenring, University of Colorado - Boulder
Heather C. Melton, University of Colorado - Boulder
Strategies for Retaining Battered Women in Longitudinal Research
by: Amy Leisenring, University of Colorado - Boulder (Corresponding)
Cris M. Sullivan, Michigan State University
Joanne Belknap, University of Colorado - Boulder
Ruth Fleury, Michigan State University
Heather C. Melton, University of Colorado - Boulder
Predicting Battered Women's Satisfaction With the Criminal Justice System
by: Ruth Fleury, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Findings on the Link Between Domestic Violence and Stalking
by: Heather C. Melton, University of Colorado - Boulder (Corresponding)
When Domestic Violence Kills: An Examination of Denver, Colorado Data
by: Margaret Abrams, Denver District Attorney's Office (Corresponding)
Heather C. Melton, University of Colorado - Boulder
Joanne Belknap, University of Colorado - Boulder

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