Session 199: RS137 -> Predictors of Lethal Violence Against Intimate Partners
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Thursday, November 14
Place: PDR 8
Session Chair: Holly Johnson, Statistics Canada
"If I Can't Have You, No One Can": Further Exploration of Estrangement Increasing the Risk of Intimate Partner Femicide
by: Jacquelyn C. Campbell, Johns Hopkins University (Corresponding)
Daniel Webster, Johns Hopkins University
Kathryn Chouaf, Johns Hopkins University
Carolyn Rebecca Block, Illinois Crim Justice Info Authority
Doris Campbell, University of South Florida
Mary Ann Curry, Oregon Health Science University
Faye Gary, University of Florida
Judith McFarlane, Texas Women's University
Carolyn J. Sachs, California State University - Los Angeles
Phyllis Sharps, Johns Hopkins University
Susan Wilt, NYC Public Health Department
Assessing Risk in Lethal and Non-Lethal Intimate Partner Violence
by: R. Emerson Dobash, University of Manchester (Corresponding)
Russell P. Dobash, University of Manchester
Kate Cavanagh, University of Glasgow
Ruth Lewis, University of Newcastle
Juan Jose Medina-Ariza, University of Manchester
Risks of Intimate Partner Homicide According to Relationship Status and State
by: Holly Johnson, Statistics Canada (Corresponding)
Tina Hotton, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics
Marital Conflict and Violence: A Taxonomy of Sources of Conflict and Predictors of Violence
by: Margo Wilson, McMaster University (Corresponding)
Martin Daly, McMaster University

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