Gwendolyn C Hunnicutt

Associate Professor (Ph.D., University of New Mexico, 2003). Most recent teaching and publications are in the areas of gender violence, collective violence and non-violence, sociology of gender, crime and deviance.

There are 10 included publications by Gwendolyn C Hunnicutt :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
The costs of recovery: Intimate partner violence survivors’ experiences of financial recovery from abuse 2017 94 The present study relies on the voices of survivors of past abuse to describe the amount, type, and impact of costs related to their experience of intimate partner violence (IPV). We use a content analysis methodology to present common themes that su...
Ecology and Socialism: Solutions to Capitalist Ecological Crisis 2011 1763 This article is a review of the book “Ecology and Socialism: Solutions to Capitalist Ecological Crisis” by Chris Williams.
Exploring correlates of probably traumatic brain injury among intimate partner violence survivor 2019 40 Although intimate partner violence (IPV) related (TBI) is increasingly recognized as an important area of concern, there is no existing research that seeks to identify correlates of IPV related TBI. Given the profound consequences of TBI, it is impor...
Female Status and Infant and Child Homicide Victimization in Rural and Urban Counties in the U.S. 2007 837 Studies consistently show that female labor force participation is a correlate of infant and child homicide victimization. Research and theory supports the notion that as women’s economic status improves, children are safer. Yet few existing studies ...
The intersection of intimate partner violence and traumatic brain injury: A call for interdisciplinary research 2017 370 An emerging body of research suggests that survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) are at a high risk for sustaining traumatic brain injury (TBI). However, most scholars and practitioners working on the problem of IPV have not examined how TBI c...
Liberation and Economic Marginalization: A Reformulation and Test of (Formerly?) Competing Models 2004 2336 This study reconceptualizes and tests liberation and economic marginality hypotheses as complementary explanations for female offending patterns. Both explanations are relevant in explaining female crime, but need to be reframed as interacting forces...
Practice Update: What Professionals Who Are Not Brain Injury Specialists Need to Know About Intimate Partner Violence–Related Traumatic Brain Injury 2016 799 There is growing recognition of the risk for traumatic brain injury (TBI) among victims and survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV). A wide range of physically abusive behaviors may lead to injuries to the head or neck and place an individual at...
Reassessing the Structural Covariates of Cross-National Infant Homicide Victimization 2008 775 Existing literature shows only four cross-national, longitudinal studies of infant homicide victimization. More than a decade has passed since this issue has been taken up in the literature. Consequently, our understanding of infant homicide over tim...
Risk for Traumatic Brain Injury in Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence 2016 116 Research Objectives: The purpose of this study was to assist in identifying risk factors for traumatic brain injury (TBI) in a population of individuals who experienced intimate partner violence (IPV).
Tragic Narratives in Popular Culture: Depictions of Homicide in Rap Music 2009 3418 Homicide is a rare event, but depictions of it are quite common in our culture and discourse. Commercially successful rappers have appropriated homicide as a central theme in their lyrical compositions. The tremendous success of rap music is indicati...