Johnson, Andy J.

Religion, Disability, and Interpersonal Violence

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Part I. Foundational Issues

1. Interpersonal Violence Survivors with Disabilities: Considerations for Faith-Based Organizations
Emily M. Lund, Katie B. Thomas

2. Bronfenbrenner’s Theoretical Framework Adapted to Women with Disabilities Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence
J. Ruth Nelson, Emily M. Lund

3. From Barriers to Belonging for People with Disabilities: Promising Pathways Toward Inclusive Ministry
Erik W. Carter

4. Partnering with People with Disabilities to Prevent Interpersonal Violence: Organization Practices Grounded in the Social Model of Disability and Spectrum of Prevention
Nancy M. Fitzsimons

5. Empowering Women with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities to Resist Abuse in Interpersonal Relationships: Promising Interventions and Practices
Ishita Khemka, Linda Hickson

Part II. The Intersection of Religion, Disability, Interpersonal Violence, and Social Location

6. Race, Culture, and Abuse of Persons with Disabilities
Elizabeth P. Cramer, Y. Joon Choi, Avina Ichele Ross

7. Tough Guys: Facing Violence Against Men with Disabilities
Marsha Saxton

8. Breaking the Silence: Empowering Deaf and Hard of Hearing Survivors of Domestic Violence
Teresa Crowe

9. Socioeconomic Status and Geographical Rural Settings’ Contribution to Oppression of Women with Disabilities Who Experience Gender Violence
J. Ruth Nelson, Emily M. Lund

10. Ableist Shame and Disruptive Bodies: Survivorship at the Intersection of Queer, Trans, and Disabled Existence
Lydia X. Z. Brown

11. Inclusive, Culturally Competent Practices for Christian Faith Leaders in Responding to IPV Survivors with Disabilities
J. Ruth Nelson, Mei-Chuan Wang, Lilly R. Haagenson

12. From the Narratives of Survivors with Disabilities: Strengths and Gaps Between Faith-Based Communities and Domestic Violence Shelters
J. Ruth Nelson

13. Keeping an Open Door: Past Problems, Best Practices, and Future Directions for Working with Interpersonal Violence Survivors with Disabilities
Emily M. Lund, J. Ruth Nelson, Andy J. Johnson

Keywords: Social Sciences, Social Work, Clinical Psychology, Religion and Gender

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