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Peer Reviewed Publications – 2019

FIFSW faculty authors are listed alphabetically and identified in bold font.

127 publications to date

Alaggia, R., Morton, S., & Vine, C. (2019). Make resilience matter for children exposed to intimate partner violence: Mobilizing knowledge to action using a research contributions framework. International Journal of Child and Adolescent Resilience, 6(1), 70-86.

Baird, S. & Alaggia, R. & Jenney, A. (on-line May 2019). “Like opening up old Wounds”: Conceptualizing intersectional trauma among survivors of intimate partner violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence: Sage.

Maiter, S., Chan, A., Alaggia, R., & Ngo, A. (2019). Burdens felt by child protection workers serving immigrant families with limited English proficiency: The need for sustained support. Journal of Community Diversity, 19(1), 1-17.

Ma, J., Fallon, B., Alaggia, R., & Richard, K. (On-line April, 2019). First Nations children and disparities in transfers to ongoing child welfare services in Ontario following a child protection investigation. Children and Youth Services Review, 101, 207-216.

Truong, C., Burnes, D., Alaggia, R., Elman, A., & Rosen, T. (On-line March 15, 2019). Disclosure among victims of elder abuse in healthcare settings: a missing piece in the overall effort toward detection. Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, 31(2), 181-190.

Donnelly, C., Ashcroft, R., Mofina, A., Bobbette, N., & Mulder, C. (2019). Measuring the performance of interprofessional primary health care teams: understanding the provider perspective. Primary Health Care Research & Development, 20(e125), 1-8.

Ashcroft, R., Kennedy, L., & Van Katwyk, T. (2019). An exploration of the methods of communication between policy makers and providers that helped facilitate implementation of primary health care reforms. Social Work in Public Health, 34(4), 370-382.

Ashcroft, R., Kourgiantakis, T., *Fearing, G., *Robertson, T., & Brown, J.B. (2019). Social work’s scope of practice in primary mental health care: A scoping review. British Journal of Social Work, 49(2), 318-334.

Begun, S., Torrie, M., Combs, K. M., & Frey, C. (in press). “Getting pregnant might make me seem more normal to them”: Attitudes, experiences, and gendered nuances regarding pregnancy and parenting among youth experiencing homelessness. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 31(4), 435-457.

Begun, S., Combs, K. M., Schwan, K., Torrie, M., & Bender, K. (in press). “I know they would kill me”: Abortion attitudes and experiences among youth experiencing homelessness. Youth & Society.

Combs, K. M., Barman-Adhikari, A., Begun, S., & Rice, E. (in press). The relationship between having a child and substance use among homeless youth. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research.

Anyon, Y., Roscoe, J., Bender, K., Kennedy, H., DeChants, J., Begun, S., & Gallager, C. (2019). Reconciling adaptation and fidelity: Implications for scaling up high quality youth programs. Journal of Primary Prevention, 40(1), 35-49.

Begun, S., Frey, C., Combs, K. M., & Torrie, M. (2019). “I guess it would be a good shock”: A qualitative examination of homeless youths’ diverse pregnancy attitudes. Children and Youth Services Review, 99, 87-96.

Begun, S., Combs, K. M., Torrie, M., & Bender, K. (2019). “It seems kinda like a different language to us”: Homeless youths’ attitudes and experiences pertaining to condoms and contraceptives. Social Work in Health Care, 58(3), 237-257.

Bhuyan, R. Wahab, S., and Park, Y. (2019). A green new deal for social work. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 34(3), 289-294.

Bhuyan, R., & Braag, B. (2019). Giving advice in the shadow of deportation: Epistemologies of bordering in the context of domestic violence advocacy with immigrant spouses. Migration Studies. Advanced online publication.

Park, Y., Bhuyan, R., & Wahab, S. (2019). Reclaiming the space of contestation. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 34(4), 5-7.

Daigneaut., I, Black, T., & Hebert, M. (Eds.) (2019 issue, in press). International Journal of Child and Adolescent Resilience, 6(1).

Saini, M., Black, T., Godbout, E., & Deljavan, S. (2019). Feeling the pressure to take sides: A survey of child protection workers’ experiences about responding to allegations of child maltreatment within the context of child custody disputes. Children and Youth Services Review, 96(Complete), 127-133.

Bogo, M., & Sewell, K. M. (2019). (Guest Editors). Special Issue on Field Education of Students. Clinical Social Work Journal. 47. (149 pages).

Bogo, M., & Sewell, K. M. (2019). Introduction to the Special Issue on Field Education of Students. Clinical Social Work Journal. 47(1), 1-4.

Tufford, L., Bogo, M., Katz, E., Lee, B., Ramjattan, R. (2019). Reporting suspected child maltreatment: Educating social work students in decision making and maintaining the relationship. Journal of Social Work Education, 55(3), 579-595.

Kourgiantakis, T., Bogo, M., & Sewell, K. (2019). Practice Fridays: Using simulation to develop holistic competence. Journal of Social Work Education, 55(3), 551-564.

Kourgiantakis, T., Bogo, M., & Sewell, K. (2019). The importance of feedback in preparing social work students for field education. Clinical Social Work Journal. 47(1): 124-133.

Lee, E., & Bhuyan, R. (2019). Understanding politics of global anxiety: A critical discourse analysis of anti-immigration policies and media discourses in US from psychoanalytic perspectives. Smith College Studies in Social Work.

Lee, E., Tsang, A. K. T., Bogo, M., Johnson, M., Ryan, M., & Herschman, J. (2019). Honoring the voice of the client in clinical social work practice: Negotiating with epistemic injustice. Social Work, 64(1), 29-40.

Lee, E., Tsang, A. K. T., Bogo, M., Johnstone, M., & Herschman, J. (2019). Clients and case managers as neoliberal subjects? Shaping session tasks and everyday interactions with severely mentally ill (SMI) Clients. The European Journal of Social Work, 22(2), 238-251.

Grace, D., Gaspar, M., Lessard, D., Klassen, B., Brennan, D. J., Adam, B., Jollimore, J., Lachowsky, N., & Hart, T. A. (2019). Gay and bisexual men’s views on reforming blood donation policy in Canada: A qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 19(772), Published Online.

Davies, A.W., Souleymanov, R., & Brennan, D. J. (2019). Imagining Online Sexual Health Outreach: A Critical Investigation into AIDS Service Organizations Workers’ Notions of ‘Gay Community.’ Social Work in Public Health, 34(4), 353-369.

Gaspar, M., Marshall, Z., Rodrigues, R., Adam, B., Brennan, J., Hart, T., & Grace, D. (2019). A tale of two epidemics: Gay men’s mental health and the biomedicalisation of HIV prevention and care in Toronto. Sociology of Health & Illness, 41(6), 1056-1070.

Burnes, D., Sheppard, C., Henderson, Jr., CR., Wassel, M., Cope, R., Barber, C., & Pillemer, K. (2019). Interventions to reduce ageism against older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Advance Online Publication. American Journal of Public Health, 109(8), e1-e9.

Elman, A., Rosselli, S., Burnes, D., Clark, S., Stern, M.E., LoFaso.,…Rosen, T. (accepted, 2019). Developing the emergency department elder mistreatment assessment tool for social workers (ED-EMATS) using a modified delphi technique. Health and Social Work.

Burnes, D., Acierno, R., & Hernandez-Tejada, M. (2019). Help-seeking among victims of elder abuse: Findings from the National Elder Mistreatment Study. The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Social Sciences, 74, 891-896.

Truong, C., Burnes, D., Alaggia, R., Elman, A., & Rosen, T. (2019). Disclosure among victims of elder abuse in healthcare settings: A missing piece in the overall effort toward detection. Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, 31(2), 181-190.

Eaton, A., Carusone, C., Craig, S. L.,Telegdi, E., McCullagh, J., McClure, D., Wilson, W., Zuniga, L., Berney, K., Ginocchio, G., Wells, G., Montess, M., Busch, A., Boyce, N., Strike,C., Stewart, A. (2019). The ART of conversation: Feasibility and acceptability of a pilot peer intervention to help complex HIV-positive people transition from hospital to community. BMJ Open, 9(3)

Austin, A., Craig, S. L., Dentato, M. P., Roseman, S., & McInroy, L. (2019). Elucidating transgender students’ experiences of microaggressions in social work programs: Next steps for creating inclusive educational contexts. Social Work Education, 38(7), 908-924.

King, B., Fallon, B., Goulden, A., O’Connor, C., & Filippelli, J. (in press). What constitutes risk among young mothers? An examination of child protection investigations in Ontario, Canada. Families in Culture.

Attar-Shwartz, S., Filippelli, J., & Fallon, B. (in press). Does a co-resident grandparent matter? Characteristics of maltreatment-related investigations involving lone-parent families. The British Journal of Social Work.

Anreiter, I., Van Wert, M., Fallon, B., & Sokolowski, M. (2019). Intergenerational transmission of child abuse and neglect: A transdisciplinary analysis. Gender and the Genome, 3, 1-21.

Ma, J., Fallon, B. & Richard, K. (2019). The overrepresentation of First Nations children and families involved with child welfare: Findings from the Ontario incidence study of reported child abuse and neglect 2013. Child Abuse & Neglect, 90, 52-65.

Fallon, B., Filippelli, J., Joh-Carnella, N., Miller, S., & Denburg, A. (2019). Trends in investigations of abuse or neglect referred by hospital personnel in Ontario. BMJ Paediatrics Open, 9(3), e000386.

Fallon, B., Joh-Carnella, N., Trocmé, N., Chabot, M., Esposito, T., Nosrati-Inanlou, M., & Collin-Vézina, D. (2019). An examination of trends in child sexual abuse investigations in Ontario over time. Child Abuse & Neglect, 88, 389-399.

Smedslund, G., Nilsen, W., Wollscheid, S., Steiro, A., Fang, L., & Larun, L. (online first). Effects of computerized interventions on risky alcohol use among youth: Systematic review. Research on Social Work Practice, 29(7), 731-740.

Huang, Y-T., & Fang, L. (2019). Fewer but not weaker”: Understanding the intersectional identities among Chinese immigrant young gay men in Toronto. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 89(1), 27-39.

Fuller-Thomson, E., Lee, S., Cameron, R.E., Baiden, P., Agbeyaka, S., Karamally, T. (In press) Aboriginal people in complete mental health: A nationally-representative Canadian portrait of resilience and flourishing. Transcultural Psychiatry.

Fuller-Thomson E., Sawyer, J.L., Agbeyaka, S., (2019). The Toxic Triad: Childhood Exposure to Parental Domestic Violence, Parental Addictions, and Parental Mental Illness as Factors Associated With Childhood Physical Abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Fuller-Thomson, E., Sellors, A., Cameron, R.E., Baiden, P., Agbeyaka, S., (2019). Factors associated with recovery in Aboriginal people in Canada who had previously been suicidal. Archives of Suicide Research.

Kobayashi, K. M., Chan, K. T., Roy, A., Mohsin-Khan, M. & Fuller-Thomson, E. (2019). Diabetes and diabetes care among non-obese Japanese-Americans: Findings from a population-based study. Advances in Preventive Medicine, 2019, 1-8.

Fuller-Thomson, E., Kotchapaw, L. (2019). Remission from suicidal ideation among those in chronic pain: What factors are associated with resilience?”. The Journal of Pain, 20(9), 1048-1056.

Fuller-Thomson, E., & Jensen L. A. (2019). Flourishing after a stroke: A nationally representative portrait of resilience and mental health among older Canadians. Journal of Aging and Health. 2019 Jan 9:898264318822228.

Fuller-Thomson, E., & Hodgins, G. (2019). Suicide attempts among those with migraine: Findings from a nationally representative Canadian study. Archives of Suicide Research. 2019 Apr 4:1-20.

Fuller-Thomson, E., West, K. J., Baiden, P. (2019). The tide does turn: Predictors of remission from suicidal ideation and attempt among Canadians who previously attempted suicide. Psychiatry Research, 274, 313-321.

Chan, K. T. K., Kobayashi, K. M., Roy, A, Fuller-Thomson, E. (2019). Diabetes care of non-obese Korean Americans: Considerable room for improvement. Korean Journal of Family Medicine, 40(2), 72-79.

Chan, K. T.K., De Souza, L. R., Kobayashi, K. M., Fuller-Thomson, E. (2019). Diabetes and diabetes care among non-obese South Asian Americans: Findings from a population-based study. Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research & Reviews, 13(1), 96-102.

Grenier, A. (2019). The conspicuous absence of the social, political and emotional aspects of frailty: The White Book. Ageing and Society, 1-17.

Tufford, L., Evans, C., & Katz, E. (2019, online). BSW students and interviewing: Physiological, psychological, and pedagogical perspectives. Social Work Education: The International Journal.

Eaton, A., Katz, E., McKee, E., & Russell, D. (2019, online). Connecting MSW students to community-based practicum: Feasibility and acceptability of panel presentations. Journal of Social Work Education.

Katz, E. (2019). Using simulation to teach advanced competencies in mindfulness to social work students: A teaching note. Journal of Social Work Education, 55(3), 602-615.

King, B., Lane, A., Grinnell-Davis, C., & Aparicio, E. (in press). Early childbirth among foster youth: A latent class analysis to determine subgroups at greater risk. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health.

Shpiegel, S., Aparicio, E., King, B., Prince, D., Lynch, J., & Grinnell-Davis, G. (in press). The functioning patterns of adolescent mothers leaving foster care: Results from a cluster analysis. Child & Family Social Work.

Aparicio, E. M., Shpiegel, S., Grinnell-Davis, C., & King, B. (2019). “My body is strong and amazing”: Embodied experiences of pregnancy and birth among young women in foster care. Children and Youth Services Review, 98, 199–205.

Kourgiantakis, T., Sewell, K.M., Lee, E., Adamson, K., McCormick, M., Kuehl, D. & Bogo, M. (in press). Enhancing social work education in mental health, addictions, and suicide risk assessment: A teaching note. Journal of Social Work Education.

Lee, E., & Bhuyan, R. (2019). Politics of fear versus global anxiety: A critical analysis of recent US anti-immigration policies from psychoanalytic perspectives. Smith College Studies in Social Work.

Lee, E., Ko, B., & Johnstone, M. (In press). Public discourse, the Media and international education in Canada. Qualitative Social Work (accepted on May 23, 2019).

Kourgiantakis, T., Sewell, K., McNeil, S., Logan, J., Lee, E., Adamson, K., McCormick, M., Kuehl, D. (In press). Mental Health, Addictions and Suicide Risk Assessment in Social Work Education and Training: A Scoping Review Protocol. BMJ Open. (accepted on May 20, 2019).

Lee, E., Kourgiantakis, T., & Bogo, M. (In press). Translating knowledge to practice: A simulation-based learning to enhance mental health competence in social work education. Social Work Education: International Journal (accepted on May 1, 2019).

Lee, E., Bogo, M., Tsang, A. K. T. (In press). A socially just and culturally competent clinical social work practice. (2nd Ed) J. R. Brandell, Theory and Practice in Clinical Social Work.

Lee, E. & Johnstone, M. (In press). Culture and social work in mental health. In R. Moodley & Lee, E. (Eds.) Routledge International Handbook of Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Mental Health. London, UK: Routledge Press.

Kwak, M. J., Park, W., Lee, E., Lee, S. & Lee, J.E. (2019). ‘A Typical Girogi Family Experience?’ The Transnational Migration and Heterogeneous Identity Formation of Girogi Families in Toronto, Canada. In A. Kim & Kwak, M.J. (eds.), Outward and upward mobilities: International students, their families, and structuring institutions. University of Toronto Press: Toronto, ON.

Lee, E., & Johnstone, M. (2019). Locating international education as a site to debate and re-imagine democracy in Canada. International Social Work, Online First.

Johnstone, M., & Lee, E. (2019). Shaping Canadian citizens: A historical study of Canadian multiculturalism and social work from 1900 to 1990. International Journal of Social Welfare, Online First.

Lee, E., Herschman, J. & Johnstone, M. (2019). How to convey social workers’ understanding to clients in everyday interactions? Toward epistemic justice. Social Work Education: International Journal, 38(4), 485-502.

Logie, C., Lys, C., Dias, L., Schott, N., Zouboules, M., MacNeill, N., Mackay, K. (2019). “Automatic assumption of your gender, sexuality and sexual practices is also discrimination”: Exploring healthcare experiences and recommendations among sexually and gender diverse persons in Arctic Canada. Journal of Health & Social Care in the Community, 27(5), 1204-1213.

Logie, C., Khoshnood, K., Okumu, M., Faiz Rashid, S., Senova, F., Meghari, F., & Kipenda, C. (2019). Self care interventions could advance sexual and reproductive health in humanitarian settings. British Medical Journal, 365(11083), 1-3.

Leddy, A.M., Turan, J.M., Johnson, M.O., Neilands, T.B., Kempf, M., Konkle-Parker, D., Wingood, G., Tien, P.C., Wilson, T.E., Logie, C.H., Weiser, S.D., Turan, B. (2019). Poverty stigma is associated with suboptimal HIV care and treatment outcomes among women living with HIV in the United States. AIDS, 33(8), 1379-1384.

Shokoohi, M., Bauer, G., Kaida, A., Logie, C.H., Carter, A., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Loutfy, M. (2019). A latent class analysis of the social determinants of health impacting heavy alcohol assumption among women living with HIV in Canada: The Canadian HIV women’s sexual and reproductive health cohort study. AIDS & Behavior, 1-11.

Logie, C., Lys, C., Okumu, M., Fujioka, J. (2019). Exploring factors associated with condom use self-efficacy and condom use among Northern and Indigenous adolescent peer leaders in Northern Canada. Vulnerable Children & Youth Studies, 14(1), 50-62.

Logie, C., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Persad, Y., Ferguson, T.B., Yehdego, D.M., Ryan, S., Forrester, M., Moses, C., Guta, A. (2019). The TRANScending Love Arts-Based Workshop to Address Self-Acceptance and Internalized Stigma Among Transgender Women of Color in Toronto, Canada: Findings from a Qualitative Implementation Science Study. Transgender Health, 4(1), 35-45.

Turan, J., Elafros, M., Logie, C., Banik, S., Turan, B., Crockett, K., Pescosolido, B., Murray, S. (2019). Challenges and opportunities in examining and addressing intersectional stigma and health. BMC Medicine, 17, 7.

Stangl, A., Earnshaw, V., Logie, C., van Brakel, W., Simbayi, L., Barre, I., Dovidio, J. (2019). The health stigma and discrimination framework: A global, crosscutting framework to inform research, intervention development, and policy on health-related stigmas. BMC Medicine, 17.

Logie, C., Dias, L., Newman, P.A., Jenkinson, J. MacKenzie, R.K., Mothopeng, T. Madau, V., Ranotsi, A., Nhlengethwa, W.,& Baral, S. (2019). Exploring the potential of participatory theatre to reduce stigma and promote health equity for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Swaziland and Lesotho. Health Education & Behavior, 46(1), 146-156.

Turan, B., Rice, W. S., Crockett, K. B., Johnson, M. O., Neilands, T. B., Ross, S. N., Kempf, M. C., Konkle-Parker, D. J., Wingood, G. M., Tien, P., Cohen, M., Wilson, T. E., Logie, C. H., Sosanya, O., Plankey, M., Golub, E., Adimora, A. A., Parish, C., Weiser, S. D. Turan, J. M. (2019). Longitudinal association between internalized HIV stigma and ART adherence for women living with HIV: The mediating role of depression. AIDS, 33(3), 571-576.

Shokoohi, M., Bauer, G., Kaida, A., Milloy, M., Lloyd-Smith, E., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Logie, C., Carter, A., & Loutfy, M. (2019). Patterns of social determinants of health associated with drug use among women living with HIV in Canada: a latent class analysis. Society for the Study of Addiction, 114(7), 1214-1224.

Logie, C., Lys, C., Fujioka, J., MacNeill, N., Mackay, K., Yasseen, A. (2019). Sexual practices and condom use among Northern and Indigenous adolescents in Northern Canada: Crosssectional survey results. BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health, 45(2), 147-154.

Bjereld, Y., Daneback, K., & Mishna, F.  (2019 online first). Adults’ responses to bullying – from the victims’ point of view. Research Papers in Education.

Byers, D.S., Mishna, F., & Solo, C. (2019 online first). Clinical practice with children and adolescents involved in bullying and cyberbullying: Gleaning guidelines from the literature. Clinical Social Work Journal, 1-15.

Mishna, F., Kerr, G., McInroy, L., & MacPherson, E. (2019 online first). Student athletes’ experiences of bullying in intercollegiate sport. Journal for the Study of Sport and Athletes in Education, 13(1), 53-73.

Holfeld, B., & Mishna, F. (2019). Internalizing symptoms and externalizing problems: Risk factors for or consequences of cyber victimization? Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 48(3), 567-580.

Good, B.; & Mishna, F. (2019). “Double-edged sword” of digital media use among youth in residential treatment: Perspectives of service providers. Residential Treatment for Children & Youth, 38 (2), 198-222. DOI: 10.1080/0886571X.2019.1696263

De Wet, A., Swartz, L., Kagee, A., Lesch, A., Kafaar, Z., Hassan, N., Robbertze, D., & Newman, P. A. (2019). The trouble with difference: Challenging and reproducing inequality in a biomedical HIV research community engagement process. Global Public Health.

Lacombe-Duncan, A., Newman, P. A., Bauer, G.R., Logie, C.H., Persad, Y., Shokoohi, M., et al. (2019). Gender-affirming healthcare experiences and medical transition among transgender women living with HIV: A mixed-methods study. Sexual Health, 16(4), 367-376.

Fantus, S., & Newman, P. A. (2019). Motivations to pursue surrogacy for gay fathers in Canada: A qualitative investigation. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 15(4), 342-356.

Chuang, D-M., Newman, P. A., & Weaver, J. (2019). HIV vaccine preparedness among men who have sex with men in Taiwan: Sociocultural and behavioral factors. Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care, 18, 1–9.

Lacombe-Duncan, A., Bauer, G.R., Logie, C.H., Newman, P.A., Shokoohi, M., Kay, E.S., et al. (2019). The HIV care cascade among transgender women with HIV in Canada: A mixed-methods study. AIDS Patient Care & STDs, 33(7), 308–322.

Chakrapani, V., Kaur, M., Newman, P. A., Mittal, S., & Kumar, R. (2019). Syndemics and HIV-related sexual risk among men who have sex with men in India: influences of stigma and resilience. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 21(4), 416-431.

Wagner, S., Pasca, R. & Regehr, C. (in press). Firefighters and Empathy: Does it Hurt to Care Too Much? Journal of Loss and Trauma.

Anthony, S., Nicholas, D., Regehr, C. & West, L. (2019). The heart as a transplanted organ: Unspoken struggles of personal identity among adolescent recipients. Canadian Journal of Cardiology, 35(1), 96-99.

Regehr, K., Regehr, C., & Glancy, G. (2019). Murder at the dinner table: Family narratives of forensic mental health professionals. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 24(1), 31-49.

Greenberg, L., Fidler, B., & Saini, M. (2019). Evidence-Informed Interventions for Court-Involved Families: Promoting Coping and Healthy Child Development. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Shier, M.L. (in press). Nonprofits and social innovation in Canada. In Phillips, S. and Wyatt, B. (Eds.). Intersections and innovations: Change for Canada’s nonprofit and voluntary sector. Edmonton, CA: Muttart Foundation.

Shier, M.L., Turpin, A., Nicholas, D., & Graham, J.R. (in press). Dynamics of a culture of workplace safety in human service organizations: A qualitative analysis. International Social Work.

Shier, M.L., Graham, J.R., & Keogh, J.M. (in press). Social work and the emerging opioid epidemic: A literature review. British Journal of Social Work.

Shier, M.L., & Handy, F. (in press). Leadership in nonprofits: Social innovation and blurring boundaries. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations.

Farwell, M., Shier, M.L., & Handy, F. (in press). Explaining trust in Canadian charities: The influence of public perceptions of accountability, transparency, familiarity, and institutional trust. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations.

Shier, M.L., & Turpin, A. (2019). An evaluative approach to identify social innovations within human service organizations: Case examples of a preformative stage of developmental evaluation. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance, 43(3), 171-187.

Shier, M.L., Handy, F., & Jennings, C. (2019). Intraorganizational conditions supporting social innovations by human service nonprofits. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 48(1), 173-193.

Hong, J.S., Lee, J., Kim, J., Iadipaolo1, A., Espelage, D., & Voisin, D. (2019). Posttraumatic stress, academic performance, and future orientation as pathways to violence exposure and sexual risk among Black youth in Chicago’s Southside. Behavioral Medicine.

Hong, J., Williams-Butler, A., Kim, J., & Voisin, D. (In press). The relationship between coping strategies and peer victimization among low-income African American youth in Chicago. Child & Youth Care Forum.

Smith, A., Voisin, D., Yang, J., Tung, E. (In press). “You have to have your guard up:” Hypervigilance among racial/ethnic minority populations affected by neighborhood and police violence. Health Affairs.

de Silva, D.T., Bouris, A., Voisin, D., Hotton, A., Brewer, R., & Schneider, J. (In Press). Social networks moderate the syndemic effect of psychosocial and structural factors on HIV risk among young Black transgender women and men who have sex with men. AIDS & Behavior.

Hong, J.S., Song, E.J., Llorent, V.J., Patel, S., & Voisin, D. (In press). Can parents and teachers diminish the influence of aggressive friends on African American youth bullying perpetration? Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma.

Kim, D., Bassett, S., So, S., & Voisin, D. (In press). Pathways linking family stress to youth mental health problems: Exploring the mediating roles of self-efficacy and future orientation. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.

Burnside, A., Gaylord-Harden, N., So, S., & Voisin, D. (In press). A latent class analysis of community violence exposure and peer delinquency among African American adolescents. Children and Youth Services Review.

Kim, D., Hardy, J., Takahashi, L., & Voisin, D. (In press). The protective effects of religious involvement for African American youth in Chicago. Journal of Child and Family Studies.                                              

Kim, D., Michalopoulos, L.M., & Voisin, D. (In press). Validation of the brief symptom inventory measure among low-income African American adolescents exposed to community violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Hong, J.S., Kim, D., Lee, C., Russ, R., Johns, S., & Voisin, D. (2019). Peer victimization and drug use among African American adolescents in Chicago: The moderating effects of religion. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, 10(3), 333-348.

Lee, J., Johns, S., Smith-Darden, J., Hong, J.S., & Voisin, D. (2019). Family incarceration and bullying perpetration among urban African American adolescents: The mediating role of exposure to delinquent peers. Family in Society.

Hong, J.S., Hsieh, Y, Clary, K, Russ, R, & Voisin, D. (2019). Peer victimization, internalizing problems, and substance use in urban African American adolescents in Chicago: The relevance of the self-medication hypothesis. Violence and Victim, 34(5), 1-18.

Hong, J.S., Kim, J.W., Lee, J.J., Shamoun, C., Lee, J.M., & Voisin, D. (2019). Is peer victimization a significant risk for acquiring sexually transmitted infections? Exploring the pathways in a sample of urban Black youth. Western Journal of Research, 41(6), 798-815.

Bassett, S., Kim, D.H., Takahashi, L., Dinizulu, S., Lee, R., & Voisin, D. (2019). A latent class analysis of factors associated with levels of aggression among low-income African American youth in Chicago. Journal of Social Service Research.

Hong, J.S., Voisin, D., Kim, J., Espelage, D., & Allen-Mears, P. (2019). Pathways from peer victimization to sexual risk among African American adolescents in Chicago’s Southside. Psychology of Violence, 9(1), 88-97.

Logie, C., Williams, C., Wang, Y., Marcus, N., Kazemi, M., Cioppa, L., Kaida, A., Webster, K., Beaver, K., de Pokomandy, A., & Loutfy, M. (2019). Adapting stigma mechanism frameworks to explore complex pathways between intersectional stigma and HIV-related health outcomes among women living with HIV in Canada. Social Science & Medicine, 232, 129-138

Xue, J., Macropol, K., Jia. Y., Zhu, T., & Gelles, R. J. (2019). Harnessing big data for social justice: An exploration of violence against women-related conversations on Twitter. Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies, 1(3), 269-279.

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