LINK Bibliography

Bibliography of the Link Between
Animal Abuse, Domestic Violence, Child Abuse and Elder Abuse

Compiled by Phil Arkow        Updated: 11/15/2017
Coordinator, National Link Coalition
Chair, Animal Abuse & Family Violence Prevention Project, The Latham Foundation
(856) 627-5118 – arkowpets@snip.net

NOTES ABOUT THIS BIBLIOGRAPHY:  Given the multi-disciplinary nature of research on the Link between animal abuse and interpersonal violence, some overlaps in taxonomy are inevitable. Articles are cited in only one category, based upon the topic, discipline of the author(s) and/or journal. Please investigate various categories to find all materials which may be relevant. Categories are color-coded for ease of location. Click on the category below to be taken directly to that section of the Bibliography.

*Starred listings IN BOLD are considered the most significant references and general starting points for research.

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GENERAL LINK OVERVIEWS AND INTRODUCTIONS
* Alberta SPCA (2011). The Cruelty Connection: The Relationships Between Animal Cruelty, Child Abuse and Domestic Violence : A Resource Book for Albertans. Edmonton.

Allen, M.A. (1998). The human-animal abuse connection. The Latham Letter, 19(2), 9-15.

Arkow, P. (2015). A Link Across the Lifespan: Animal Abuse as a Marker for Traumatic Experiences in Child Abuse, Domestic Violence and Elder Abuse. Shakopee, MN: Academy on Violence and Abuse.

Arkow, P. (2015). Animal therapy on the community level: The impact of pets on social capital. In, A. H. Fine (Ed.). Handbook on Animal-Assisted Therapy: Foundations and Guidelines for Animal-Assisted Interventions, 4th. ed., pp. 43-51.

* Arkow, P. (2013). The impact of companion animals on social capital and community violence: Setting research, policy and program agendas. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 40(4), 33-56.

Arkow, P. (2012). Latham and The Link: A Legacy of Cruelty Prevention and Personal Responsibility. Alameda, Calif.: Latham Foundation.

Arkow, P. (Ed.). (2012). Proceedings of the National Link Coalition 2012 Summit. Stratford, NJ: National Link Coalition.

Arkow, P. (Ed.). (2010). Proceedings of the National Link Coalition Roundtable. Stratford, NJ: National Link Coalition.

Arkow, P. (2008). Strategizing The Link: Summary Report on the National Town Meeting and Experts’ Summit on The Link Between Animal Abuse and Human Violence, Portland, ME, June 8-9, 2008. Englewood, CO: American Humane.

Arkow, P. (2007). Violence toward humans, violence toward animals: The “Connection”. Presentation at 11th International Conference on Human-Animal Interactions, People & Animals: Partnership in Harmony, IAHAIO, Tokyo, Japan, Oct. 5-8.

Arkow, P. (2005). Multidisciplinary prevention and interventions: Animal abuse and family violence. Animal Anti-Cruelty League Newsletter, (Johannesburg, South Africa) No. 2, 1-6.

* Arkow, P (2003). Breaking the Cycles of Violence: A Guide to Multi-Disciplinary Interventions. A Handbook for Child Protection, Domestic Violence and Animal Protection Agencies. Alameda, CA: Latham Foundation.

Arkow, P. (1997). The relationships between animal abuse and other forms of family violence. Protecting Children 13(2), 4-9.

* Arkow, P. (1996). The relationships between animal abuse and other forms of family violence. Family Violence & Sexual Assault Bulletin, 12,(1-2) 29-34.

Arluke, A. & Lockwood, R. (1997). Understanding cruelty to animals. Society & Animals, 5(3), 1-10.

* Ascione, F. R. (Ed.). (2008). International Handbook of Animal Abuse and Cruelty: Theory, Research, and Application. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.

* Ascione, F.R. (2005). Children, animal abuse and family violence — The multiple intersections of animal abuse, child victimization, and domestic violence. In, K.A. Kendall-Tackett & S.M. Giacomoni (Eds.). Child Victimization: Maltreatment, Bullying and Dating Violence: Prevention and Intervention, pp. 3-1 — 3-36. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

* Ascione, F.R., & Arkow, P. (Eds.) (1999). Child Abuse, Domestic Violence and Animal Abuse: Linking the Circles of Compassion for Prevention and Intervention. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.

Ascione, F.R.. & Lockwood, R. (2001). Cruelty to animals: Changing psychological, social and legislative perspectives. In, D.J. Salem & A.N. Rowan, eds.: The State of the Animals 2001. Washington, DC: Humane Society of the U.S., pp. 39-54.

Baenninger, R. (1991). Violence toward other species. In, R. Baenninger, ed.: Targets of Violence and Aggression. Amsterdam: North-Holland, pp. 5-43.

Barnard, N.D. & Hogan,, A.R. (undated). Animal Abuse: The Start of Some Things Bad.” Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine Commentary [accessed at www.pcrm.org/issues/commentary].

Boat, B.W., Loar, L. & Phillips, A. (2008). Collaborating to assess, intervene, and prosecute animal abuse: A continuum of protection for children and animals. In, F.R. Ascione (Ed.). International Handbook of Animal Abuse and Cruelty: Theory, Research, and Application. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, pp. 392-422.

* Brewster, M.P. & Reyes, C.L. (Eds.). (2013). Animal Cruelty: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press.

Calgary Humane Society (2003). Violence Prevention Manual for Calgary Humane Society Staff and Volunteers. Calgary, AB: Calgary Humane Society.

Calgary Humane Society (2003). Animal Violence Prevention Manual for Violence Prevention Service Providers. Calgary, AB: Calgary Humane Society.

Calgary Humane Society (2003). Animal Violence Prevention Manual for Educators. Calgary, AB: Calgary Humane Society.

Caribbean Animal Welfare Conference (2004). Proceedings of the Caribbean Animal Welfare Conference: The connection between animal abuse and interpersonal violence. St. Croix, U.S.V.I., May 21.

* Carlisle-Frank, P. & Flanagan, T. (2006). Silent Victims: Recognizing and Stopping Abuse of the Family Pet. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Doris Day Animal Foundation (2004). The Violence Connection: An Examination of the Link between Animal Abuse and Other Violent Crimes. Washington, DC.

Dowling, J.M. (1998). Animal cruelty & human violence: Making the connection. Animal Sheltering, 21(1), 5.

Felthous, A. R. & Kellert, S. R. (1986). Violence against animals and people: Is aggression against living creatures generalized? Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and Law, 14,55-69.

The Florida Senate (2004). The Connection Between Domestic Violence, Child Abuse and Cruelty to Animals. Tallahassee: Committee on Criminal Justice, Sen. Stephen R. Wise, Chair: Interim Project Report 2005-125, November 2004.

Flynn, C. P. (2012). Understanding Animal Abuse: A Sociological Analysis. Brooklyn, NY: Lantern Books

Flynn, C.P. (2001). Acknowledging the ‘zoological connection’: A sociological analysis of animal cruelty. Society & Animals, 9(1), 71-87..

Gullone, E. (2009). A lifespan perspective on human aggression and animal abuse . In, A. Linzey (Ed.). The Link Between Animal Abuse and Human Violence. Eastbourne, East Sussex, UK: Sussex Academic Press, pp. 38-60.

Hodges, C. (2008). The Link: Cruelty to Animals and Violence Towards People. East Lansing: Michigan State University College of Law Animal Legal & Historical Center.

Hovel, H. (2015). The Connection Between Animal Abuse and Human Violence. Kingston, NY: New York State Humane Association.

Humane Society of the United States (2008). First Strike: The Violence Connection. Washington, DC: Author.

Institute on Violence, Abuse & Trauma (2017). A National Plan to End Interpersonal Violence Across the Lifespan. San Diego, CA: Author.

Lacroix, C.A. (1999). Another weapon for combating family violence: Prevention of animal abuse. In, F.R. Ascione & P. Arkow (Eds.). Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, and Animal Abuse: Linking the Circles of Compassion for Prevention and Intervention. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, pp. 62-80.

Levinthal, J. (2010). The Community Context of Animal and Human Maltreatment: Is There a Relationship between Animal Maltreatment and Human Maltreatment: Does Neighborhood Context Matter? Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice. Publicly accessible Penn Dissertations. Paper 274.

* Linzey, A. (Ed.). (2009). The Link Between Animal Abuse and Human Violence. Eastbourne, East Sussex, UK: Sussex Academic Press.

Linzey, A. (ed.). (2012). Violence sur les Animaux et les Humains: Le Lien. [French edition]. Paris: One Voice.

Loar, L. (1999). “I’ll only help you if you have two legs,” or, Why human services professionals should pay attention to cases involving cruelty to animals. In, Ascione, F.R. & Arkow, P. (Eds.). Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, and Animal Abuse: Linking the Circles of Compassion for Prevention and Intervention. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 1999, pp. 120-136.

Lockwood, R. & Hodge, G. (1986). The tangled web of animal abuse: The links between cruelty to animals and human violence. Humane Society News, Summer, 10-15.

* Lockwood, R. & Ascione, F. R. (Eds.). (1998). Cruelty to Animals and Interpersonal Violence: Readings in Research and Application. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.

Loring, M., Geffner, R., & Marsh, J. (2008). Animal Abuse and Family Violence: Linkages, Research, and Implications for Professional Practice. London: Routledge.

Loring, M., Marsh, J., & Geffner, R. (2007). Introduction: Animal abuse and family violence. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 7(3), 1-6.

* National Link Coalition (2012). The Link between Violence to People and Violence to Animals. http://www.nationallinkcoalition.org/assets/docs/understanding-the-link.pdf

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (2003). Understanding the Links: Child Abuse, Animal Abuse and Domestic Violence. London: NSPCC.

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children & Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (2001). Making the links: A conference to explore the links between child abuse and animal abuse and the implications for practice and policy: Conference report. London: NSPCC.

* Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) (2010, January). Pets, Families and Interagency Working. Postnote No. 350. London: Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology.

Patronek, G. (2016). Animal maltreatment as a social problem. In, L. Levitt, G. Patronek, & T. Grisso (Eds.). Animal Maltreatment: Forensic Mental Health Issues and Evaluations. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 3-39.

Patterson-Kane, E., & Piper, H. (2009). Animal abuse as a sentinel for human violence: A critique. Journal of Social Issues, 65(3), 589-614.

Petersen, M.L. & Farrington, D.P. (2009).Types of cruelty: Animals and childhood cruelty, domestic violence, child and elder abuse. In, A. Linzey (Ed.). The Link Between Animal Abuse and Human Violence. Eastbourne, East Sussex, UK: Sussex Academic Press, pp. 24-37.

Petrovski, L. (1997). Animal abuse and human violence. Trends, December, pp. 7-11.

Robin, M.(1999). Innocent victims: The connection between animal abuse and violence toward humans. Minnesota Medicine, 82, August.

Robis, M. (2013). Maus Tratos aus Animais e Violencia Contra as Pessoas [Portuguese: Animal Mistreatment and Violence Against Persons.]Sao Paulo, Brazil: Author.

Siebert, C. (2010, June 13). The animal-cruelty syndrome. The New York Times Magazine, pp. 42-51.

Solot, D. (1997). Untangling the animal abuse web. Society & Animals 5, 257-265.

Thompson, D.N. (2013). The link between animal abuse and other violent behavior. Deputy and Court Officer, 5(3), 4-6.

* Tiplady, C. (2013). Animal Abuse: Helping Animals and People. Wallingford, Oxf., UK and Boston, Mass., USA: CABI.

Tiplady, C., Walsh, D., & Baulch, M. (2013). Human/abuse. In, C. Tiplady (Ed.). Animal Abuse: Helping Animals and People. Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK: CAB International, pp. 93-103.

Unti, B. (2008). Cruelty indivisible: Historical perspectives on the link between cruelty to animals and interpersonal violence. In, F.R. Ascione (Ed.). International Handbook of Animal Abuse and Cruelty: Theory, Research, and Application. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, pp. 7-30.

World Society for the Protection of Animals (2006). The link between violence and animal cruelty. Global Network 7, 16-17.

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Adams, C.J. (1994). Bringing peace home: A feminist philosophical perspective on the abuse of women, children and pet animals. Hypatia 9, 62-84.

Adams, C.J. (1995). Woman-battering and harm to animals. In C. Adams & J. Donovan, eds.: Animals and Women: Feminist theoretical explorations. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp. 55-84.

Akhtar, A. (2012). Animals and Public Health: Why Treating Animals Better is Critical to Human Welfare. (Chapter 2: Victims of Abuse: Making the Connection.) New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Allen, M., Gallagher, B. & Jones, B. (2006). Domestic violence and the abuse of pets: Researching the link and its implications in Ireland. Practice: Social Work in Action, 18(3), 167-181.

American Humane Association (1998). Operational Guide for Animal Care and Control Agencies: Handling the Pets of Domestic Violence Victims. Englewood, CO: American Humane.

Animal Welfare Institute (2016). Representing Domestic Violence Survivors with Pets in New Mexico: A Manual for Domestic Violence Attorneys & Advocates Helping Survivors Obtain Protection Orders. Washington, D.C.: Author.

Animal Welfare Institute (2014). Representing Domestic Violence Survivors with Pets in the District of Columbia, Maryland & Virginia: A Manual for Domestic Violence Attorneys & Advocates Helping Survivors Obtain Protection Orders. Washington, D.C.: Author.

Animal Welfare Institute (2014). Why Pets Mean So Much: The Human-Animal Bond in the Context of Intimate Partner Violence: Technical Assistance Guidance. Harrisburg, Pa.: National Resource Center on Domestic Violence.

Arkow, P. (2014). Form of emotional blackmail: Animal abuse as a risk factor for domestic violence. Family & Intimate Partner Violence Quarterly, 7(1), 7-13.

Arkow, P. (2014). Form of emotional blackmail: Animal abuse as a risk factor for domestic violence. Domestic Violence Report, 19(4), 49-60.

Arkow, P. (2012). ‘Pets as pawns’: New Zealand study replicates North American findings. Latham Letter, 33(4), 12.

Arkow, P. (2007). Expanding domestic violence protection orders to include domestic animals. American Bar Association Domestic Violence Commission e-Newsletter Vol. 8, Fall. [aVailable at http://www.abanet.org/domviol/enewsletter/vol8/ ]

Arkow, P. (2003). Humane education, rural domestic violence focus of “Link” symposiums in Canada. The Latham Letter, 24(3), 11.

Arkow, P. (1994). Animal abuse and domestic violence: Intake statistics tell a sad story. Latham Letter, 15(2), 17.

Arkow, P. & Chittenden, A. (2009). Link coalition launched in Connecticut: CT SafePet Client Screening and Safety Plan Guidelines for Referring Agents. The Latham Letter, 30(3), 16-17.

Arkow, P. & Phillips, A. (2007). Expanding Protective Orders to Include Companion Animals. Englewood, CO: American Humane Association.

Ascione, F.R. (2008). Sheltering of domestic violence victims’ pets. In C. Renzetti & J. Edleson (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Violence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

* Ascione, F.R. (2007). Emerging research on animal abuse as a risk factor for intimate partner violence. In K. Kendall-Tackett & S. Giacomoni (Eds.). Intimate Partner Violence. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute, pp. 3-1 — 3-17.

Ascione, F.R. (2007). Men in prison who abused animals and who abused their wives and girlfriends: Voices of perpetrators. Presentation at 11th International Conference on Human-Animal Interactions, People & Animals: Partnership in Harmony, IAHAIO, Tokyo, Japan, Oct. 5-8.

Ascione, F.R. (2007). Animal victims in families experiencing violence against women: An agenda for research progress. Presentation at 11th International Conference on Human-Animal Interactions, People & Animals: Partnership in Harmony, IAHAIO, Tokyo, Japan, Oct. 5-8.

* Ascione, F.R. (2000). Safe Havens for Pets: Guidelines for Programs Sheltering Pets for Women who are Battered. Logan, UT: Utah State University. http://www.vachss.com/guest_dispatches/safe_havens.html

Ascione, F.E. (2000). Latham Foundation sponsors symposium at British Columbia conference, “Creating a legacy of hope.” The Latham Letter, 21(1), 14-15.

Ascione, F.R. (1998). Battered women’s reports of their partners’ and their children’s cruelty to animals. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 1, 119-133.

Ascione, F.R. (1996). Domestic violence and cruelty to animals. The Latham Letter, 17(1), 1-16.

Ascione, F.R. & Blakelock, H.H. (2003, July 14). Incarcerated men’s reports of animal abuse: A study of the perpetrator’s perspective. Paper presented at the 8th International Family Violence Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH.

Ascione, F.R. & Weber, C.V. (1997). Battered Partner Shelter Survey (BPSS). Logan, UT: Utah State University.

Ascione, F.R., Weber, C.V., Thompson, T.M., Heath, J., Maruyama, M. & Hayashi, K. (2007). Battered pets and domestic violence: Animal abuse reported by women experiencing intimate violence and by non-abused women. Violence Against Women, 13(4), 354-373.

* Ascione, F. R., Weber, C. V. & Wood, D. S. (1997). The abuse of animals and domestic violence: A national survey of shelters for women who are battered. Society & Animals, 5(3), 205-218.

Barnes, T. (1997). The Domestic Violence Assistance Program protects women, children and their pets in Lane County, Oregon. The Latham Letter 18(3), 4-10. 

Barrett, B.J., Fitzgerald, A., Stevenson, R., & Cheung, C.H. (2017). Animal Maltreatment as a Risk Marker of More Frequent and Severe Forms of Intimate Partner Violence.Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Published online July 14, 2017. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0886260517719542.

Battle, T. (2015) The Alberta SPCA’s pet safekeeping program. The Latham Letter, 36(1), 14-15.

Battle, T. (2013). Alberta SPCA study confirms animals become pawns in domestic violence situations. The Latham Letter, 34(1), 14.

Belluck, P., Sabar, A., & Zezima, K. (2006, April 1). Battered wives’ pets suffer abuse, too. New York Times, A10.

Bogaerts, S., Ravagnani, L., Ziliani, C., Alemanno, E., et al. (2012, May 20-24). An Italian pilot investigation on women and animal shelters about a criminal phenomenon. Presentation at 14th International Symposium of the World Society of Victimology, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Campbell, J.C., Webster, D., Koziol-McLain, J., Block, C., Campbell, D., et al. (2003). Risk factors for femicide in abusive relationships: Results from a multisite case control study. American Journal of Public Health, 93, 1089-1097.

Carbery, S. (2012, Winter). Pets as pawns. Auckland (NZ) SPCA Animals’ Voice, 8-13.

Carlisle-Frank, P., Frank, J.M. & Nielsen, L. (2004). Selective battering of the family pet. Anthrozoös, 17(1), 26-42.

Cohen, M. J. & Kweller, C. (undated). Domestic Violence and Animal Abuse: The Deadly Connection. Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine Commentary [accessed at www.pcrm.org/issues/commentary].

Collins, E.A., Cody, A.M., McDonald, S.E., Nicotera, N., Ascione, F.R., & Williams, J.H. (2017, April 2). A template analysis of intimate partner violence survivors’ experiences of animal maltreatment: Implications for safety planning and intervention. Violence Against Women. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/1077801217697266

Cowan, S. (2015, Oct. 17). No dog left behind: Pet-friendly domestic violence shelter makes it easier to leave. TakePart.

Crawford, D., & Clarke, V.B. (2012). Inside the Cruelty Connection: The Role of Animals in Decision-Making by Domestic Violence Victims in Rural Alberta. Edmonton: Alberta Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Daniell, C. (2001). Ontario SPCA’s women’s shelter survey shows staggering results. The Latham Letter, 22(2), 16-17.

Davies, L. (1998, July). Cruelty to animals and family violence: Summary of research study. Women’s Shelter Research, 1-2.

Davies, S. (2008). Safe homes for women, children & their pets. Fempower, 14(2), 7-8.

Doherty, D. & Hornosty, J. (2008). Exploring the links: Firearms, family violence and animal abuse in rural communities. Latham Letter, 29(3), 14-17.

Doherty, D. & Hornosty, J. (2007). Exploring the Links: Firearms, Family Violence and Animal Abuse in Rural Communities. Fredericton, NB: University of New Brunswick Family Violence on the Farm and in Rural Communities Project.

Dowling, J.M. (1998). And shelter for all. Animal Sheltering 21(1), 14-16.

Dutton, M.A. (1992). Empowering and Healing the Battered Woman. New York: Springer

Faver, C.A. & Cavazos, A.M. (2007). Animal abuse and domestic violence: A view from the border. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 7(3), 59-81.

Faver, C. A., & Strand, E. B. (2007). Fear, guilt, and grief: Harm to pets and the emotional abuse of women. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 7 (1), 51-70

Faver, C. A., & Strand, E. B. (2004). Domestic violence and animal cruelty: The web of abuse. In F. S. Danis & L. L. Lockhart (Eds.). Breaking the Silence in Social Work Education: Domestic Violence Modules for Foundation Courses, pp. 93–98. Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education.

Faver, C. A. & Strand, E. B. (2003). Special section: Domestic violence and social work education ­ Domestic violence & animal cruelty: Untangling the web of abuse. Journal of Social Work Education, 39(2), 237-253.

Faver, C.A. & Strand, E.B. (2003). To leave or to stay? Battered women’s concern for vulnerable pets. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18(12), 1367-1377.

Fawcett, N., Gullone, E. and Johnson, J. (2002) The relationship between animal abuse and domestic violence: Implications for animal welfare agencies and domestic violence organizations. Domestic Violence Clearinghouse Newsletter, issue 10, 4–7.

Fawcett, N., Gullone, E. and Johnson, J. (2002) Domestic violence and animal abuse: Encouraging collaborative relations between animal welfare and human welfare agencies in Australia. InPsych: The Bulletin of the Australian Psychological Society, 24(2), 36–38.

Febres, J., Brasfield, H., Shorey, R.C., Elmquist, J., et al. (2014). Adulthood animal abuse among men arrested for domestic violence. Violence Against Women, 20(9), 1059-1077.

Febres, J. (2012). Adulthood animal abuse among men arrested for domestic violence. Master’s thesis, University of Tennessee. http://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_gradthes/1272

Febres, J., Shorey, R.C., Brasfield, H., Zucosky, H.C., Ninnemann, A., et al. (2012). Adulthood animal abuse among women court-referred to batterer intervention programs. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 27(15), 3115-3126.

Fielding, W. J. (2010). Domestic violence and dog care in New Providence, The Bahamas. Society & Animals, 18(2), 183-203.

Fielding, W.J., & Plumridge, S. (2010). The association between pet care and deviant household behaviors in an Afro-Caribbean, College student community in New Providence, The Bahamas. Anthrozoös 17(1), 69-78.

Fitzgerald, A., Barrett, B., Shwom, R., Stevenson, R., & Chernyak, E. (2016). Development of the Partner’s Treatment of Animals Scale. Anthrozoös, 29(4), 611-625.

Fitzgerald, A.J. (2007). “They gave me a reason to live”: The protective effects of companion animals on the suicidality of abused women. Humanity & Society, 31, 355-378.

Fitzgerald, A. (2005). Animal Abuse and Family Violence: Researching the Interrelationships of Abusive Power. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press.

Flynn, C.P. (2009). Women-battering, pet abuse, and human-animal relationships. In, A. Linzey, ed. The Link Between Animal Abuse and Human Violence. Eastbourne, East Sussex, UK: Sussex Academic Press.

Flynn, C. P. (2000). Women’s best friend: Pet abuse and the role of companion animals in the lives of battered women. Violence Against Women, 6(2),162-177.

Flynn, C. P. (2000). Battered women and their animal companions: Symbolic interaction between human and non-human animals. Society and Animals, 8(2), 99-127.

Fook, J. (2014) The meaning of animals in women’s lives:The importance of the “domestic” realm to social work. In, T. Ryan (Ed.). Animals in Social Work: Why and How they Matter. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 18-31.

Garnier, W., & Enders-Slegers, M.-J. (2012). Huiselijk gewelden en dierenmishandeling in Nederland. [Domestic violence and animal cruelty in The Netherlands]. Zwolle, The Netherlands: Kadera. [in Dutch: Abstract in English].

Gentry, D.J. (2001). Including companion animals in protection orders: Curtailing the reach of domestic violence. Yale Journal of Law and Feminism, 13(1), 97-116.

Georgia Commission on Family Violence & Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (2013). Georgia Domestic Violence Fatality Review 2012 Annual Report. Atlanta: Authors.

Gilbreath, T.J. (2008). Where’s Fido? Pets are missing in domestic violence shelters and stalking laws. Journal of Animal Law, 4(1), 9-12. 

Golson, J. (2010, May 30). A hidden peril for animals: Domestic Rage. Newark (N.J.) Star Ledger, pp. A1-2

Goodman, P.E. (2006). The relationship between intimate partner violence and other forms of family and societal violence. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America — Emergency Medicine and the Public’s Health, 24(4), 889-903.

Grant, A. (1999). Resistance to the link at a domestic violence shelter. In, F.R. Ascione& P. Arkow (Eds.). Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, and Animal Abuse: Linking the Circles of Compassion for Prevention and Intervention. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, pp. 159-167.

Gullone, E., Johnson, J. and Volant, A. (2002) The relationship between animal abuse and domestic violence: Implications for animal welfare agencies and human service organizations. Domestic Violence and Incest Resource Centre Newsletter, issue 2, winter edition, 3–11.

Gullone, E., Johnson, J. and Volant, A. (2004) The link between animal abuse and family violence: A Victoria–wide study. Victoria, Australia: Monash University. 

Gupta, M. (2017). Creating Relationships Between Domestic Violence Service Providers and Animal Control/Humane Law Enforcement. Minneapolis, Minn.: Battered Women’s Justice Project.

Gupta, M. (2008). Functional links between intimate partner violence and animal abuse: Personality features and representations of aggression. Society & Animals, 16(3), 223-242.

Gupta, M. (2007). Animal abuse is family violence: making the connection. Critter Magazine, September, p. 4.

Gupta, M. (2007). Links between intimate partner violence and animal abuse: identifying risk factors for prediction and prevention. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, New York, NY.

Gupta, M. (2006). Understanding the links between intimate partner violence and animal abuse: prevalence, nature, and function. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Georgia.

Gupta, M. (2006). Improving violence prediction: links between animal abuse and partner violence. Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the University of Georgia Research Foundation, Lake Lanier Islands, GA.

Gupta, M. (2003). Animal abuse and callousness: predicting frequency and severity of partner-directed physical violence in men. Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Georgia.

Gupta, M., & Beach, S. R. H. (2002). “A woman, a spaniel, and a walnut tree”: violence toward animals as a robust predictor of partner violence in men. Poster session presented at the 36th Annual Convention of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Reno, NV.

Hall-Sanchez, A. K. (2014). Male peer support, hunting and separation/divorce sexual assault in rural Ohio. Critical Criminology, 22(4), 495-510.

Hardesty, J.L., Khaw, L., Ridgway, M.D., Weber, C., & Miles, T. (2013). Coercive control and abused women’s decisions about their pets when seeking shelter. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28(13), 2617-2639.

Hartman, C.A., Hageman, T.O., Williams, J.H., & Ascione, F.R. (2015). Intimate partner violence and animal abuse in an immigrant-rich sample of mother-child dyads recruited from domestic violence programs. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1-18. DOI: 10.1177/0886260513487994.

Heminway, J.M., & and Lenaghan, P.G. (2017). Safe haven conundrum: The use of special bailments to keep pets out of violent households. Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy, 12(1), 79-150.  .

Hornosty, J., & Doherty, D. (2003). Responding to wife abuse in farm and rural communities: Searching for solutions that work.  In, R. Blake & A. Nurse (Eds.). The Trajectories of Rural Life: New Perspectives on Rural Canada. Canadian Plains Research Center & Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, University of Regina, pp. 37-54.

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Yorke, J. (2010). The significance of human-animal relationships as modulators of trauma effects in children: A developmental neurobiological perspective. Early Child Development and Care, 180(5), 559-570.

Zawistowski, S. (1992). The legacy of Mary Ellen. ASPCA Animal Watch, Fall/Winter, p. 10.

 

BULLYING
Baldry, A.C. (2005). Animal abuse among preadolescents directly and indirectly victimized at school and at home. Criminal Behaviour & Mental Health, 15(2), 97-110.

DiMichele, C., & Carluccio, A. (2010). Preventing and fighting bullying at school with animals: An experimental project of A.A.A. with young people at risk. In 12th International IAHAIO Conference Abstract Book (p. 173). Stockholm, Sweden: International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations.

Gullone, E., & Robertson, N. (2008). The relationship between bullying and animal abuse in adolescents: The importance of witnessing animal abuse. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 29(5), 371-379.

Henry, B.C. & Sanders, C.E. (2007). Bullying and animal abuse: Is there a connection? Society & Animals, 15(2), 107-126.  

Parkes, D., & Signal, T. (2017). Revisiting a link: Animal abuse, bullying, and empathy in Australian youth.  Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin, 5(1), 26-40.

Robertson, N., & Gullone, E. (2008). The relationship between bullying and animal cruelty behaviours in Australian adolescents. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 29, 371-379.  

Sanders, C.E., & Henry, B.C. (2017). The role of beliefs about aggression in cyberbullying and animal abuse. Psychology, Crime & Law, 23(9), 827-840.

Sanders, C.E., & Henry, B.C. (2015). Nonhuman animal cruelty, bullying, and behavioral difficulties among women. Society & Animals, 23(1), 68-80.

Sanders, C. E., Henry, B. C., Giuliani, C. N., & Dimmer, L. N. (2013). Bullies, victims, and animal abusers: do they exhibit similar behavioral difficulties? Society & Animals, 21(3), 225-239.

Vaughn, M.G., Fu, Q., Beaver, K.M., DeLisi, M., Perron, B.E., & Howard, M.O. (2011). Effects of childhood adversity on bullying and cruelty to animals in the United States: Findings from a national sample. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26(17), 3509-3525.

 

ELDER ABUSE
Ansello, E.F. (2016). Animal cruelty and elder abuse. Age in Action, 31(1).

Ascione, F.R.(2010). Companion animals and elder adult welfare: New approaches to assessment. In 12th International IAHAIO Conference Abstract Book (p. 64). Stockholm, Sweden: International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations.

Ascione, F.R. (2009). Animal welfare issues related to elder adult abuse and neglect. Presentation at Cruelty/Crime Connection: Breaking the Chain Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Oct. 8.

Ascione, F.R. & Peak, T. (2009). Final report for the project entitled, Elder adult abuse and animal welfare issues: Development, field testing, and dissemination of assessment protocols. Logan, UT: Utah State University.

Ascione, F.R. & Peak, T. (2009). Protocol for assessing animal welfare and elder adult abuse and neglect. Logan, UT: Utah State University.

Ascione, F.R. & Peak, T. (2009). Follow-up protocol for assessing animal welfare and elder adult abuse and neglect. Logan, UT: Utah State University.

Ascione, F.R., Peak, T., & Doney, J. (2009). Animal welfare issues and elder adult maltreatment: A national survey. Presentation at 18th Annual Conference, International Society for Anthrozoology, Kansas City, MO, Oct. 20-23.

Boat, B.W. & Knight, J. C. (2000). Experiences and needs of Adult Protective Services case managers when assisting clients who have companion animals. Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, 12( 3/4), 145-155.

Cooke-Daniels, L. (1999). The connection between animals and elder abuse. Victimization of the Elderly and Disabled, 2(3), 37-47.

Devitt, C., & Hanlon, A. (2018). Farm animals and farmers: Neglect issues. In M.R. Day, G. McCarthy, & J.J. Fitzpatrick (Eds.). Self-Neglect in Older Adults: A Global, Evidence-Based Resource for Nurses and Other Health Care Providers. New York: Springer, pp. 69-80.

* Humane Society of the U.S. and State of Wisconsin Department of Health & Family Services, Division of Disability & Elder Services, Bureau of Aging & Long Term Care Resources (2003). Creating Safer Communities for Older Adults and Companion Animals.Washington, DC: HSUS.

Lockwood, R. (2002). Making the connection between animal cruelty and abuse and neglect of vulnerable adults. The Latham Letter, 23(1), 10-11.

Moskowitz, S. (1998). Saving Granny from the wolf: Elder abuse and neglect — the legal framework. Connecticut Law Review, 31.

National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (1997). Elder abuse and animal cruelty: Is there a link? Nexus, 3(3), 1-6.

Peak, T., Ascione, F.R., & Doney, J. (2012). Adult protective services and animal welfare: Should animal abuse and neglect be assessed during adult protective services screening? Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, 24(1), 37-49.

Richards, D. (2013, May). Adult protective services and animal welfare: Should animal abuse and neglect be assessed during adult protective services screening? Springfield, IL: National Adult Protective Services Association Resource Center Research-to-Practice Briefs.

Rosen, B. (1995). Watch for pet abuse — It might save your client’s life. Shepard’s Elder Care/Law Newsletter, 5, 1-9.


ANIMAL HOARDING
Arluke, A., Frost, R., Carter, L., Nathanson, J., Patronek, G., et al. (2002). Health implications of animal hoarding. Health and Social Work, 27(2), 125-137.

Arluke, A., Frost, R., Steketee, G., Patronek, G., Luke, C., et al. (2002). Press reports of animal hoarding. Society & Animals, 10(2), 113-135.

Arluke, A., & Killeen, C. (2009). Inside Animal Hoarding: The Case of Barbara Erickson and Her 552 Dogs. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.

Arluke ,A. & Patronek, G. (2013). Animal hoarding. In, M.P. Brewster & C.L. Reyes, eds.: Animal Cruelty: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding, 2nd ed. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 199-216.

Arluke ,A. & Patronek, G. (2013). Animal hoarding. In, M.P. Brewster & C.L. Reyes, eds.: Animal Cruelty: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 197-214.

Arluke, A., Patronek, G., Lockwood, R., & Cardona, A.(2017). Animal hoarding.  In J. Maher, H. Pierpoint, & P. Beirne (eds.). The Palgrave International Handbook of Animal Abuse Studies. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp 107-129.

Arnold, S. (2015). Animal hoarding: eine aktuelle Einschätzung. Amtstierarztilicher dienst und lebensmittelkontrolle, 22(4), 227-231..

Avery, L. (2005). From helping to hoarding to hurting: When the acts of “good Samaritans” become felony animal cruelty. Valparaiso University Law Review, 39 (4), 815.

Ayers, C.R., Dozier, M.E., & Bratiotis, C. (2016). Social responses to animal maltreatment offenders: Neglect and hoarding. In, L. Levitt, G. Patronek, & T. Grisso (Eds.). Animal Maltreatment: Forensic Mental Health Issues and Evaluations. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 234-250.

Bernstein, M. (2013). Cleaning up after hoarders. Deputy and Court Officer, 5(3), 20-23.

Bernstein, M. (2011). Cleaning up after hoarders. Lex Canis, 3(2), 2-6.

Berry, C., Patronek, G. & Lockwood, R. (2005). Long-term outcomes in animal hoarding cases. Animal Law Review, 11, 167-194.

Bratiotis, C., Schmalisch, C.S., & Steketee, G. (2011). The Hoarding Handbook: A Guide for Human Service Professionals. New York: Oxford University Press.

Brown, S.-E. (2011). Theoretical concepts from self psychology applied to animal hoarding. Society & Animals, 19, 175-193.

Calvo, P., Duarte, C., Bowen, J., et al. (2014). Characteristics of 24 cases of animal hoarding in Spain. Animal Welfare, 23(2), 199-208..

Campbell, K.M. (2012). The Paradox of Animal Hoarding and the Limits of Canadian Criminal Law. East Lansing: Michigan State University College of Law. [link to document]

Campos-Lima, A.L., Torres, A.R., Yucel, M., Harrison, B.J., Moli, J., et al. (2015). Hoarding pet animals  in obsessive compulsive disorder. Acta Neuropsychiatrica, 27(1), 8-13.

Davis, S.E. (2002, September). Prosecuting animal hoarders is like herding cats. California Lawyer.  

Deininger, E. (2012). Wenn menschen zu viele tiere haben – das phänomen des animal hoarding. In, J. Buchner-Fuhs & L. Rose, Eds.). Tierische Sozialarbeit. Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer Fachmedien, pp. 185-199.

Ferreira, E.A., Paloski, L.H., Costa, D.B., Fiametti, V.S., & de Oliveira, C.R., et al. (2017).  Animal hoarding disorder: A new psychopathology? Psychiatry Research (published online). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2017.08.030

Fleury, A.M. (2007). An overview of animal hoarding. Praxis, 7, 58.

Frost, R.O. (2000). People who hoard animals. Psychiatric Times, 17(4), 25-29.

Frost, R.O., & Hoarding of Animals Research Consortium (2001). People who hoard animals. Psychiatric Times, 17(4).

Frost, R.O., Patronek, G., Arluke, A., & Steketee, G. (2015, April 30). The hoarding of animals: An update. Psychiatric Times.

Frost, R.O., Patronek, G., & Rosenfield, E. (2011). Comparison of object and animal hoarding. Depression and Anxiety, 28(10),885-891.

Frost, R.O., & Steketee, G. (2010). Stuff: Compulsive Hoarding: The Meaning of Things. New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

Frost, R.O., Steketee, G., & Williams, L. (2000). Hoarding: A community health problem. Health & Social Care in the Community, 8(4), 229-234.  

Gahr, M., Connemann, B.J., Freudenmann, R.W., Kolle, M.A., & Schonfeldt-Lecuona, C.J. (2014). Animal hoarding: A mental disorder with implications for public health. Fortschritte der Neurologie-Psychiatrie, 82(6), 330-336.

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Patronek, G.(2007). Animal Hoarding: What Caseworkers Need to Know. Boston: Animal Rescue League.

Patronek, G. (2006). Animal hoarding: Its roots and recognition. Veterinary Medicine, 101, 520-530.

Patronek, G. (2001). The problem of animal hoarding. Municipal Lawyer, May/June, 6–9, 19.

Patronek, G. (1999). Hoarding of animals: An under-recognized public health problem in a difficult-to-study population. Public Health Reports, 114, 81–87.

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Patronek, G.J., & Nathanson, J.N. (2009). A theoretical perspective to inform assessment and treatment strategies for animal hoarders. Clinical Psychology Review, 29, 274-281.

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Sinclair, L., Merck, M., & Lockwood, R. (2006). Animal hoarding. In, L. Sinclair, M. Merck & R. Lockwood: Forensic Investigation of Animal Cruelty. Washington, DC: Humane Society Press, pp. 165-171. 

Slyne, K.E., Tolin, D.F., Steketee, G., & Frost, R.O. (2013). Characteristics of animal owners among individuals with object hoarding. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 2(4), 466-471 .

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Steketee, G., Gibson, A., Frost, R.O., Alabiso, J., Arluke, A., & Patronek. G. (2011). Characteristics and antecedents of people who hoard animals: An exploratory comparative interview study.  Review of General Psychology, 15(2), 114-124.

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LAW ENFORCEMENT, PROSECUTORS, AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEMS
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COMMUNITY COALITIONS AND CROSS-REPORTING
American Humane Association (1999). Model link programs in the United States. Protecting Children, 15(2), 29-30.

Arkow, P. (2012). The Link is making great progress in New Zealand. The Latham Letter, 33(4), 11-12.

Arkow, P. (2003). Making a difference for people and animals in Hamilton, Ontario. The Latham Letter 24(1), 9.

Arkow, P. (2001). Putting the ‘Link’ all together: Ontario SPCA’s violence prevention initiative. The Latham Letter22(2), 15.

Arkow, P. (2001). Canadian and Florida groups actively working on the Link. The Latham Letter 22(1), 14.

Arkow, P. (2000). Synergy and symbiosis in animal-assisted therapy. In, Fine, A., ed.: Handbook on Animal-Assisted Therapy. San Diego: Academic Press, pp. 433-448.

Arkow, P. (2000). Latham’s Link message goes to South Africa. The Latham Letter, 21(2), 18-19.

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Kaibel, M.L. (2011). Hands & Words are Not for Hurting Project. The Latham Letter, 32(2), 6-8.

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ANIMAL THERAPY FOR AT-RISK AND OFFENDERS
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Beyke, A. (2002). Project Second Chance: Kids helping animals, animals helping kids. The Latham Letter, 23(4), 6-7.

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Boat, B.W. (2001). Assessing the effectiveness of our humane education interventions with high-risk children. The Latham Letter 22(2), 8-9.

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DePrekel, M. (2002). Animals as metaphors in mental health: MN LYNC and at-risk youth. The Latham Letter 23(4), 9-10.

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The Latham Foundation (2000). Crossroads: An intensive treatment program for adolescent girls. The Latham Letter, 21(4), 6-7.

Lefkowitz, C., Prout, M., Bleiberg, J., Paharia, I. & Debiak, D. (2005). Animal-assisted prolonged exposure: A treatment for survivors of sexual assault suffering posttraumatic stress disorder. Society & Animals, 13(4), 275-296.

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Mayeda, M. (2000). Clicker training with at-risk families succeeds at the Humane Society of Santa Clara Valley. The Latham Letter 21(4), 14-15.

Meinersmann, K. M., Bradberry, J., & Roberts, F. B. (2008). Equine-facilitated psychotherapy with adult female survivors of abuse. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 46(12), 36-42.

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Yao, S. (2003). SPCA/LA humane education department works to break the cycle of violence and abuse. The Latham Letter, 24(4), 18-19.

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & CHILD ABUSE LINK
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McDonald, S. E., Corona, R., Maternick, A., Ascione, F.R., Williams, J. H., & Graham-Bermann, S. (2016). Children’s exposure to intimate partner violence and their social, school, and activities competence: Latent profiles and correlates. Journal of Family Violence, 31(7), 849-864.

McDonald, S.E., Graham-Bermann, S.A., Maternick, A., Ascione, F.R., & Williams, J.H. (2016) Patterns of adjustment among children exposed to intimate partner violence: A person-centered approach. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma, 9, 137-152 . DOI 10.1007/s40653-016-0079-y

McDonald, S. E., Shin, S., Corona, R., Maternick, A., Graham-Bermann, S., Ascione, F.R., & Williams, J. H. (2016, in press). Children exposed to intimate partner violence:Identifying differential effects of family environment on children’s trauma and psychopathology symptoms through regression mixture models.Child Abuse & Neglect.

McFarlane, J.M., Groff, J.Y., O’Brien, J.A., & Watson, K. (2003). Behaviors of children who are exposed and not exposed to intimate partner violence: An analysis of 330 black, white and Hispanic children. Pediatrics, 112(3), 202-207.

Mohr, W.K., Noone Lutz, M.J., Fantuzzo, J.W., & Perry, M.A. (2000).  Children exposed to family violence: A review of empirical research from a developmental-ecological perspective. Trauma, Violence & Abuse, 1, 264-283. 

Moylan, C.A., Herrenkohl, T.I., Sousa, C., Tajima, E.A., & Herrenkohl, R.C., et al. (2010). The effects of child abuse and exposure to domestic violence on adolescent internalizing and externalizing behavior problems. Journal of Family Violence, 25(1), 53-63.

Overlien, C. & Hyden, M. (2009). Children’s actions when experiencing domestic violence. Childhood, 16(4), 479-496.

The David & Lucille Packard Foundation (1999). Domestic Violence and Children. The Future of Children, 9(3).

Perry, A.L. (2014). Findings of child neglect in New York due to domestic violence after Nicholson v. Scoppetta. Family & Intimate Partner Violence Quarterly, 7(1), 89-94.

Pulido, M.L. (2001). Pregnancy: A time to break the cycle of family violence. Health & Social Work, 26, 120-124.

Renner L. M., Slack K. S. (2006). Intimate partner violence and child maltreatment: Understanding intra- and intergenerational connections. Child Abuse & Neglect, 30, 599–617.

Solberg, A. (2004). How do children relate to violence in the home? Norges Barnevern, 3, 3-9.

Spears, L. (2000). Building Bridges Between Domestic Violence Organizations and Child Protective Services. Harrisburg, PA: National Resource Center on Domestic Violence.

Strand, E.B. (2004). Interparental conflict and youth maladjustment: The buffering effects of pets. Stress, Trauma, and Crisis, 7, 151-168.

Tajima, E.A. (2000). The relative importance of wife abuse as a risk factor for violence against children. Child Abuse & Neglect, 24(11), 1383-1398.

Tomison, A. (2000). Exploring family violence: Links between child maltreatment and domestic violence. Issues in Child Abuse Prevention, 13 (Winter). National Child Protection Clearinghouse Issues. Paper published by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.

 

FAMILY VIOLENCE — GENERAL
Alberta SPCA (2002). Animal Cruelty and Family Violence: A Resource Book for Albertans. Edmonton.

Arkow, P. (1996). The relationships between animal abuse and other forms of family violence. Family Violence & Sexual Assault Bulletin, 12(1-2) 29-34.

Ascione, F.R. (2008). Animal/pet abuse. In C. Renzetti & J. Edleson (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Violence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Carlisle-Frank, P., Frank, J., & Nielsen, L. (2004). Selective battering of the family pet. Anthrozoös, 17(1), 26-42.

Carlisle-Frank, P., Frank, J. & Nielsen, L. (2004). Companion animals as scapegoats, property, and victims of abuse in violent homes. Paper published in Linking Violence: The Relationship Between Violence Against Animals and Humans Conference, University College of Cape Breton, Sydney, Nova Scotia, May.

Degue, S. (2011). A triad of family violence: Examining overlap in the abuse of children, partners, and pets. In C. Blazina, G. Boyra, & D.S. Shen-Miller (Eds.). The Psychology of the Human-Animal Bond (pp. 245-262). New York: Springer-Verlag.

* DeGue, S., & DiLillo, D. (2009). Is animal cruelty a “red flag” for family violence? Investigating co-occurring violence toward children, partners, and pets. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 24(6), 1036-1056.

Fielding, W.J., & Plumridge, S. (2010). The association between pet care and deviant household behaviors in an Afro-Caribbean, college student community in New Providence, The Bahamas. Anthrozoos, 23(1), 69-78.

Fielding, W.J., Risley-Curtiss, C., & Cronin, T.W. (2015). A cross-cultural comparison of interpersonal violence in the lives of college students from two colleges from The Bahamas and United States of America. International Journal of Bahamian Studies, 21(1), 38-56 .

Fitzgerald, A.J. (2005). Animal Abuse and Family Violence: Researching the Interrelationships of Abusive Power. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.

Flynn, C.P. (2008). A sociological analysis of animal abuse. In, F.R. Ascione, ed.: International Handbook of Animal Abuse and Cruelty: Theory, Research, and Application. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, pp. 155-174.

Flynn, C.P. (2006). A sociological analysis of animal cruelty. In, A. Thio & T. Calhoun, eds.: Readings in Deviant Behavior, 4th ed. Boston: Allyn Bacon, pp. 300-304.

Flynn, C. P. (2005). Women, Children, and Animals Last: Connections between Animal Abuse and Family Violence. Presentation at ISAZ 14th Annual Conference, July 11-12, Niagara Falls, NY.

Flynn, C.P. (2001). Acknowledging the “zoological connection”: A sociological analysis of animal cruelty. Society & Animals, 9, 71-87.

Flynn, C. P. (2000). Why family professionals can no longer ignore violence toward animals. Family Relations 49(1), 87-95.

Gullone, E. (2016). Family violence and animal cruelty. In, M.P. Brewster & C.L. Reyes, eds.: Animal Cruelty: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding, 2nd ed. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 275-300.

Gullone, E. (2013). Family violence and animal cruelty. In, M.P. Brewster & C.L. Reyes, eds.: Animal Cruelty: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 237-262.

McPhedran, S. (2009). Animal abuse, family violence, and child wellbeing. Journal of Family Violence, 24, 41-52.

McPhedran, S. (2009). A review of the evidence for associations between empathy, violence and animal cruelty. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 14, 1-4.

Raupp C. D., Barlow M., Oliver J. A. (1997) Perceptions of family violence: Are companion animals in the picture? Animals and Society 5(3), 219–237.

Shapiro, K. J. (1996).Violence and animal abuse: All in the family.”The Animals’ Agenda, July/August, 55-56.

Urbina, I. (2010, March 17). Animal abuse as clue to additional cruelties. The New York Times.

Volant, A.M., Johnson, J.A., Gullone, E. & Coleman, G.J. (2006). The relationship between family violence and animal abuse: An Australian study. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 23, 1277-1295

 

RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGY ISSUES
Arkow, P. (2013). The impact of companion animals on social capital and community violence: Setting research, policy and program agendas. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare,40(4), 33-56 .

Ascione, F.R., Pagani, C., & Robustelli, F. (2010). Linking animal abuse and interpersonal violence: Dispelling myths and acknowledging research outcomes. In 12th International IAHAIO Conference Abstract Book (p. 78). Stockholm, Sweden: International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations.

Ascione, F.R. (2008).  Animal abuse: The continuing evolution of theory, research, and application. In, F.R. Ascione (Ed.). International Handbook of Animal Abuse and Cruelty: Theory, Research, and Application. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, pp. 472-478.

Ascione, F.R. & Shapiro, K. (2009). People and animals, kindness and cruelty: Research directions and policy implications. Journal of Social Issues, 65(3), 569-587.

Gerbasi, K. C. (2004). Gender and nonhuman animal cruelty convictions: Data from Pet-Abuse.com. Society & Animals, 12(4), 359-365.

Hanrahan, C. (2013). Social work and human animal bonds and benefits in health research: A provincial study. Critical Social Work, 14(1), 63-79.

Hardt, J., & Rutter, M. (2004). Validity of adult retrospective reports of adverse childhood experiences: Review of the evidence. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 45(2), 260-273.

Pagani, C., Robustelli, F., & Ascione, F.R. (2010). Investigating animal abuse: Some theoretical and methodological issues. Anthrozoös, 23(3), 259-276.

Petersen, M.L. & Farrington, D.P. (2009). Measuring animal cruelty and case histories. In, A. Linzey, ed. The Link Between Animal Abuse and Human Violence. Eastbourne, East Sussex, UK: Sussex Academic Press, pp. 13-23.

Reyes, C.L. (2016). Statistics and measurement of animal cruelty. In, M.P. Brewster & C.L. Reyes, eds.: Animal Cruelty: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding, 2nd ed. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 141-156.

Reyes, C.L. (2013). Statistics and measurement of animal cruelty. In, M.P. Brewster & C.L. Reyes, eds.: Animal Cruelty: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 109-123.

 

SLAUGHTERHOUSES — COMMUNITY LINK VIOLENCE
Broadway, M. J. (2000). Planning for change in small towns or trying to avoid the slaughterhouse blues. Journal of Rural Studies16(1), 37-46.

Broadway, M.J. (1990). Meatpacking and its social and economic consequences for Garden City, Kansas in the 1980s. Urban Anthropology, 19, 321-344.

Cudworth, E. (2015). Killing animals: Sociology, species relations and institutionalized violence. Sociology Review, 63, 1-18..

Dillard, J. (2008). A slaughterhouse nightmare: Psychological harm suffered by slaughterhouse employees and the possibility of redress through legal reform. Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy, 15(2), 391-409.  

Fitzgerald, A. J. (2011). Doing time in a slaughterhouse: A critical review of the use of animals and inmates in prison labor programmes. Journal of Critical Animal Studies, 10, 12-46.

Fitzgerald, A. J. (2010). A social history of the slaughterhouse: From inception to contemporary implications. Research in Human Ecology, 17(1), 58-69. 

Fitzgerald, A., Kalof, L., & Dietz, T. (2009). Slaughterhouses and increased crime rates: An empirical analysis of the spillover from “The Jungle” into the surrounding community. Organization & Environment, 22(2), 158-184.

Jerolmack, C. (2016). The slaughterhouse: A hall of mirrors. Society & Animals24(2)..

Grandin, T. (1988). Commentary: Behavior of slaughter plant and auction employees toward the animals. Anthrozoos, 1(4), 205-213.

Jacques, J.R. (2015). The slaughterhouse, social disorganization, and violent crime in rural communities. Society and Animals, 23(6), 594-612. 

Knight, A., & Watson, K.D. (2017). Was Jack the Ripper a slaughterman? Human-animal violence and the world’s most infamous serial killer. Animals, 7(4), 30.

McNair, R. (2002). Perpetration-Induced Traumatic Stress: The psychological consequences of killing. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group. 

Porcher, J. (2011). The Relationship between workers and animals in the pork industry: A shared suffering. Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics,24(1), 3-17.

Richards, E., Signal, T., & Taylor, N. (2013). A different cut? Comparing attitudes toward animals and propensity for aggression within two primary industry cohorts—farmers and meatworkers. Society & Animals, 21(4), 395-413. 

Taylor, N., & Fraser, H. (2017). Slaughterhouses: The language of life, the discourse of death. In J. Maher, H. Pierpoint, & P. Beirne (eds.). The Palgrave International Handbook of Animal Abuse Studies. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp 179-199.

 

MISCELLANEOUS
Arkow, P. (2012). Latham and The Link: A Legacy of Cruelty Prevention and Personal Responsibility. Alameda, Calif.: Latham Foundation.

Arluke, A. (2010). Barriers to bystander intervention when witnessing animal cruelty. In ISAZ 2010 Conference Program & Abstracts (p. 25). Stockholm, Sweden: International Society for Anthrozoology.

Arluke, A. (2006). Just a Dog: Understanding Animal Cruelty and Ourselves. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Baker, D.G., Boat, B.W., Grinvalsky, H.T., & Geracioti, T.D. (1998). Interpersonal trauma and animal-related experiences in female and male military veterans: Implications for program development. Military Medicine, 163(1), 20-25.

Daly, B., Taylor, N., & Signal, T. (2014). Pups and babes: Quantifying sources of difference in emotional and behavioral reactions to accounts of human and animal abuse. Anthrozoös, 27(2), 205-217.

Faver, C.A. & Strand, E.B. (2008). Unleashing compassion: Social work and animal abuse. In, F.R. Ascione (Ed.). International Handbook of Animal Abuse and Cruelty: Theory, Research, and Application. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, pp. 175-199.

Flynn, C. P. (2002). Hunting and illegal violence against human and other animals: Exploring the relationship. Society & Animals, 10(2), 137-154.

Green, G.S. (2002). The other criminalities of animal freeze-killers: Support for a generality of deviance. Society & Animals, 10(1), 5-30.

Henry, B.C. (2009). Can attitudes about animal neglect be differentiated from attitudes about animal abuse? Society & Animals, 17(1), 21-37.

Kaufmann, M.E. (1999). The relevance of cultural competence to the Link between violence to animals and people. In, F.R. Ascione & P. Arkow (Eds.). Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, and Animal Abuse: Linking the Circles of Compassion for Prevention and Intervention. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, pp. 260-270.

Maruyama, M. & Ascione, F.R. (2008).  Animal abuse: An evolving issue in Japanese society. In, F.R. Ascione (Ed.). International Handbook of Animal Abuse and Cruelty: Theory, Research, and Application. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, pp. 269-304.

Meyers, M. (1999). Why boys are more likely to hurt animals and others. The Latham Letter, 20(1), 7-8.

Nell, V. (2006). Cruelty’s rewards: The gratifications of perpetrators and spectators. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 29, 211-224.

Sims, V., Chin, M., & Yordon, R. (2007). Don’t be cruel: Assessing beliefs about punishments for crimes against animals. Anthrozoös 20, 251-259.

Smith-Harris, T. (2005). Linking violence: An interdisciplinary conference on the relationship between violence against nonhuman animals and humans. Society & Animals, 13(2), 177-181.

Taylor, N. & Signal, T.(2008). Throwing the baby out with the bathwater: Towards a sociology of the human-animal abuse “link.” Sociological Research Online, 13 (1/2).

Updated 11/15/2017