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APPENDIX B Workshop Agenda Workshop on Advancing Research on Violence Against Women The Committee on Law and Justice and The National Research Council's Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education January 3 - , 2002 The Lecture Room National Academy of Sciences 2101 Constitution Avenue NW Washington, DC 20418 Thursday, January 3, 2002 8:30-9:15 Welcome (pastries and coffee available) lane Ross Director Center for Social and Economic Studies National Research Council Carol Petrie Director Committee on Law and Justice Introduction Objectives of Workshop Candace Kruttschnitt Workshop Chair Department of Sociology University of Minnesota 124

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APPENDIX B 9:15-9:35 VAWA'S Preventive Impacts: Research, Prospects, and Findings David Ford Department of Sociology Indiana University, Indianapolis 9:35-9:50 9:50-10:20 10:20-10:35 Comments Adele Harrell Director, Justice Policy Center Urban Institute Open Discussion Break 10:35-10:55 An Exploratory Study of the Violent Victimization of Women: Race/Ethnicity, Situational Context, and Injury Laura Dugan Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice University of Maryland 10:55-11:15 11:15-11:40 Comments Ann Coker School of Public Health University of South Carolina Colin Loftin School of Criminal Justice University at Albany Open Discussion 11:40-12:00 Life Course Violent Victimization An Ethnographic Approach Patricia Munhall Institute for Families in Society University of South Carolina 125

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26 RESEARCH ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN 12:00-12:15 Violence Against and By Women Beth Richie Department of Criminal Justice University of Illinois, Chicago 12:15-12:45 Open Discussion Lunch 1:45-2:15 Current Data Sets That Allow Examination of Life Stage Patterns of Intimate Partner Victimization Jackie Campbell School of Nursing Johns Hopkins University Sandra Martin Department of Maternal and Child Health University of North Carolina 2:15-2:30 2:30-3:00 3:00-3:15 Comments Ross MacMillan Department of Sociology University of Minnesota Open Discussion Break 3:15-3:35 The Social Geography of Violence Against Women Juanjo Medina Criminology and Applied Social Science University of Manchester 3:35-3:50 Comments Michael Benson Division of Criminal Justice University of Cincinnati

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APPENDIX B 3:50-4:20 Open Discussion 4:20-4:40 Situational Determinants of Intimate Violence Deanna Wilkinson Department of Criminal Justice Temple University 4:40-4:55 4:55-5:25 5:25-5:30 Wrap-Up 5:30 Comments Robert F. Meter Department of Criminal Justice University of Nebraska at Omaha Open Discussion Candace Kruttschnitt Adjourn Friday, January 4, 2002 8:30-8:45 Welcome (pastries and coffee available) 127 8:45-9:05 Legal Sanctions and the Violent Victimization of Women Kirk R. Williams Robert Presley Center for Crime and Justice University of California, Riverside 9:05-9:20 Greg Pogarsky School of Criminal Justice University at Albany 9:20-9:50 Open Discussion

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128 RESEARCH ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN 9:50-10:10 An Assessment of Efforts to Prevent Violence Against Women Christopher D. Maxwell School of Criminal Justice Michigan State University 10:10-10:30 10:30-10:55 10:55-11:10 Comments Alissa Worden School of Criminal Justice University at Albany John Firman Director of Research International Association of Chiefs of Police Open Discussion Break 11:10-11:30 Community Epidemiology on Prevention Ann Coker School of Public Health University of South Carolina 11:30-11:45 Data to Support New Prevention and Intervention Strategies Carolyn Rebecca Block Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority 11:45-12:15 Open Discussion 12:15-12:35 Motivations of Men Who Batter Amy Holtzworth-Munroe Department of Psychology Indiana University-Bloomington

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APPENDIX B 129 Comments Julie Homey School of Criminal Justice University of Nebraska at Omaha Working Lunch Open Discussion 1:50-2:10 Offender Interventions to End Violence Against Women: A Research Synthesis for Practitioners Daniel G. Saunders School of Social Work University of Michigan 2:10-2:25 2:25-3:00 3:00-3:15 Comments Marty Friday Women's Center and Shelter Pittsburgh, PA Open Discussion Break 3:15- 3:35 Femicide The Murder of Women Myrna Dawson Centre for Research on Violence and Conflict Resolution and Centre for Research on Violence Against Women and Children University of Western Ontario 3:35-3:50 3:50~:10 Comments Bill McCarthy Department of Sociology University of California,Davis Open Discussion

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130 RESEARCH ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN 4:10-4:30 Wrap-Up Discussion on Future Research Needs Candace Kruttschnitt 4:30 Adjourn Public Meeting