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In the field of domestic violence, our understanding and approaches to respond to victims from diverse groups has been very narrow. Because we understand that all women are affected by domestic violence, some interpret this to mean that the same solutions should apply to everyone. This book helps the reader consider that to be effective and responsive to the diversity of battered women requires that we understand their reality, social context, definition of help, and the proper technology for response. These authors remind us that one size does not fit all-that helping can be limited when the helper does not strive to understand the realities of those they serve and expand on the technologies that are culturally congruent with the population. -- Oliver J. Williams, School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, and executive director of the Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community

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Acknowledgments Contributors Introduction, by Fran S. Danis and Lettie L. Lockhart 1. Cultural Competence and Intersectionality: Emerging Frameworks and Practical Approaches, by Lettie L. Lockhart and Jacquelyn Mitchell 2. Understanding Domestic Violence: A Primer, by Fran S. Danis and Shreya Bhandari 3. Our Survival, Our Strengths: Understanding the Experiences of African American Women in Abusive Relationships, by Tricia B. Bent-Goodley, Lorraine Chase, Elizabeth A. Circo, and Selena T. Anta Rodgers 4. A Lily Out of the Mud: Domestic Violence in Asian and Pacific Islander Communities, by Mimi Kim, Beckie Masaki, and Gita Mehrotra 5. Social Work Practice with Abused Persons with Disabilities, by Elizabeth P. Cramer and Sara-Beth Plummer 6. Domestic Violence Advocacy with Immigrants and Refugees, by Rupaleem Bhuyan, Woochan Shim, and Kavya Velagapudi 7. Domestic Abuse in Later Life, by Ann Turner, Deb Spangler, and Bonnie Brandl 8. Culturally Competent Practice with Latinas, by Blanca M. Ramos, Bonnie E. Carlson, and Shanti Kulkarni 9. Outing the Abuse: Considerations for Effective Practice with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence, by Taryn Lindhorst, Gita Mehrotra, and Shawn L. Mincer 10. In Service to Our Country: Military Responses to Domestic Violence, by Delores F. Johnson and Deborah D. Tucker 11. Weaving the Past into the Present: Understanding the Context of Domestic Violence Against Native American Women, by Brenda Bussey and J. B. Whipple 12. A Commentary on Religion and Domestic Violence, by Marie M. Fortune, Salma Elkadi Abugideiri, and Mark Dratch 13. Appalachia: Addressing Domestic Violence in the Rural Environment, by Elizabeth J. Randall and Leslie E. Tower 14. Where Teens Live: Taking an Ecological Approach to Dating Violence Prevention, by Barbara Ball and Barri Rosenbluth Notes Index

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Lettie L. Lockhart is professor of social work at the University of Georgia and director of the School of Social Work Training Program. Fran S. Danis is associate professor and associate dean at the University of Texas, Arlington's School of Social Work.

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Domestic Violence: Intersectionality and Culturally Competent Practice is an excellent book that addresses a serious social problem from a new and unique perspective. It is a book that should be in the professional libraries of all social workers. -- Carol A. Heintzelman, professor, Social Work Dept., Millersville University of Pennsylvania Families in Society

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