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Green Dot Research

Green Dot Background Information:

Alan Berkowitz, Peter Jaffe, Dean Peacock, Barri Rosenbluth, and Carole

Sousa. “Young Men as Allies in Preventing Violence and Abuse: Building Effective Partnership with Schools.” 2002.

Alan D. Berkowitz, Ph.D. “The Social Norms Approach: Theory, Research,

and Annotated Bibliography.” August 2004.

Alan David Berkowitz, Ph.D. “Applications of Social Norms Theory to Other

Health and Social Justice Issues.” The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse. Ed. H. Wesley Perkins. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003. 259-279.

Berkowitz, Alan. An Interview with Alan Berkowitz on Men’s Role in Ending

Violence Against Women Diann Rodgers-Healey. 2 April 2005.

Berkowitz, Alan D. “An Overview of the Social Norms Approach.” Linda C.

Lederman, Ph.D. and Lea P. Stewart, Ph.D. Changing the Culture of College Drinking. Cresskill: Hampton Press Inc., 2005. 193-214.

Berkowitz, Alan D. “Critical Elements of Sexual-Assualt Prevention and Risk-

Reduction Programs for Men and Women.” Kilmartin, Christopher. Sexual Assault in Context. Holmes Beach: Learning Publications, Inc., 2001. 75-96.

Berkowitz, Alan D. “Fostering Healthy Norms to Prevent Violence and Abuse:

The Social Norms Approach(Draft Copy available in Office of Anti-Violence Initiatives).” Preventing Sexual Violence and Exploitation: A Sourcebook. Wood and Barnes Publishers, 2006. 1-27.

Berkowitz, Alan D. “Fostering Men’s Responsibility For Preventing Sexual

Assault.” (Ed), Paul A. Schewe. Preventing Violence in Relationships. 2002. 163-196.

Berkowitz, Alan D. “Sexual Assault Prevention.” Aronson, Editors: Michael

Kimmel and Amy. Men and Masculinities: A Social, Cultural and Historical Encyclopedia. Denver: ABC-CLIO Press, 2003. 719-720.

Berkowitz, Alan D. “The Social Norms Approach to Violence Prevention.”

Case Study. 2003.

Berkowitz, Alan D.”Working with Men to Prevent Violence Against Women:

An Overview (Part One).” National Electronic Network on Violence Against Women October 2004.

Berkowitz, Alan. “Guidelines for Consent in Intimate Relationships.” Campus

Safety & Student Development March/April 2002: 49-64.

Kathleen J. Sikkema, PhD, Jeffrey A. Kelly, PhD, Richard A. Winett, PhD,

et.al. “Outcomes of a Randomized Community-Level HIV Prevention Intervention for Women Living in 18 Low-Income Housing Developments.” American Journal of Public Health 90.1 (2000): 57-60.

Marsha E. Wolf, Uyen Ly, Margaret A. Hobart, and Mary A. Kernic.

“Barriers to Seeking Police Help for Intimate Partner Violence.” Journal of Family Violence 18.2 (2003): 121-129.

Micahel A. Anderson, Paulette Marie Gillig, Marilyn Sitaker, Kathy

McCloskey, Kathleen Malloy, and Nancy Grigsby. “”Why Doesn’t She Just Leave?”: A Descriptive Study of Victim Reported Impediments to Her Safety.” Journal of Family Violence 18.3 (2003): 151-155.

Murphy, Jeffrey A. Kelly and Debra A. “Randomised, controlled, community

level HIV-prevention intervention for sexaul-risk behaviour among homosexual men in US cities.” The Lancet 22 November 1997: 1500.

Nancy J. Shook, Deborah A. Gerrity, Joan Jurich, and Allen E. Segrist.

“Courtship Violence Among College Students: A Comparison of Verbally and Physically Abusive Couples.” Journal of Family Violence 15.1 (2000): 1-22.

Patricia M. Fabiano, PhD, et al. “Engaging Men as Social Justice Allies in

Ending Violence Against Women: Evidence for a Social Norms Approach.” Journal of American College Health 52.3 (2003): 105-112.

Petretic, Jennifer L. Broach and Patricia A. “Beyond Traditional Definitions of

Assault: Expanding Our Focus to Include Sexually Coercive Experiences.” Journal of Family Violence (2006): 477-486.

Ryan, Kathryn M. “The Relationship Between Courtship Violence and Sexual

Aggression in College Students.” Journal of Family Violence 13.4 (1998): 377-394.


Social Norms:

Alan Berkowitz, Peter Jaffe, Dean Peacock, Barri Rosenbluth, and Carole

Sousa. “Young Men as Allies in Preventing Violence and Abuse: Building Effective Partnership with Schools.” 2002.

Alan D. Berkowitz, Ph.D. “The Social Norms Approach: Theory, Research,

and Annotated Bibliography.” August 2004.

Alan David Berkowitz, Ph.D. “Applications of Social Norms Theory to Other

Health and Social Justice Issues.” The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse. Ed. H. Wesley Perkins. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003. 259-279.

Berkowitz, Alan. An Interview with Alan Berkowitz on Men’s Role in Ending

Violence Against Women Diann Rodgers-Healey. 2 April 2005.

Berkowitz, Alan D. “An Overview of the Social Norms Approach.” Linda C.

Lederman, Ph.D. and Lea P. Stewart, Ph.D. Changing the Culture of College Drinking. Cresskill: Hampton Press Inc., 2005. 193-214.

Berkowitz, Alan D. “Critical Elements of Sexual-Assualt Prevention and Risk-

Reduction Programs for Men and Women.” Kilmartin, Christopher. Sexual Assault in Context. Holmes Beach: Learning Publications, Inc., 2001. 75-96.

Berkowitz, Alan D. “Fostering Healthy Norms to Prevent Violence and Abuse:

The Social Norms Approach(Draft Copy available in Office of Anti-Violence Initiatives).” Preventing Sexual Violence and Exploitation: A Sourcebook. Wood and Barnes Publishers, 2006. 1-27.

Berkowitz, Alan D. “Fostering Men’s Responsibility For Preventing Sexual

Assault.” (Ed), Paul A. Schewe. Preventing Violence in Relationships. 2002. 163-196.

Berkowitz, Alan D. “Sexual Assault Prevention.” Aronson, Editors: Michael

Kimmel and Amy. Men and Masculinities: A Social, Cultural and Historical Encyclopedia. Denver: ABC-CLIO Press, 2003. 719-720.

Berkowitz, Alan D. “The Social Norms Approach to Violence Prevention.”

Case Study. 2003.

Berkowitz, Alan D. “Working with Men to Prevent Violence Against Women:

An Overview (Part One).” National Electronic Network on Violence Against Women October 2004.

Berkowitz, Alan. “Guidelines for Consent in Intimate Relationships.” Campus

Safety & Student Development March/April 2002: 49-64.

Kathleen J. Sikkema, PhD, Jeffrey A. Kelly, PhD, Richard A. Winett, PhD,

et.al. “Outcomes of a Randomized Community-Level HIV Prevention Intervention for Women Living in 18 Low-Income Housing Developments.” American Journal of Public Health 90.1 (2000): 57-60.

Marsha E. Wolf, Uyen Ly, Margaret A. Hobart, and Mary A. Kernic.

“Barriers to Seeking Police Help for Intimate Partner Violence.” Journal of Family Violence 18.2 (2003): 121-129.

Micahel A. Anderson, Paulette Marie Gillig, Marilyn Sitaker, Kathy

McCloskey, Kathleen Malloy, and Nancy Grigsby. “”Why Doesn’t She Just Leave?”: A Descriptive Study of Victim Reported Impediments to Her Safety.” Journal of Family Violence 18.3 (2003): 151-155.

Murphy, Jeffrey A. Kelly and Debra A. “Randomised, controlled, community-

level HIV-prevention intervention for sexaul-risk behaviour among homosexual men in US cities.” The Lancet 22 November 1997: 1500.

Nancy J. Shook, Deborah A. Gerrity, Joan Jurich, and Allen E. Segrist.

“Courtship Violence Among College Students: A Comparison of Verbally and Physically Abusive Couples.” Journal of Family Violence 15.1 (2000): 1-22.

Patricia M. Fabiano, PhD, et al. “Engaging Men as Social Justice Allies in

Ending Violence Against Women: Evidence for a Social Norms Approach.” Journal of American College Health 52.3 (2003): 105-112.

Petretic, Jennifer L. Broach and Patricia A. “Beyond Traditional Definitions of

Assault: Expanding Our Focus to Include Sexually Coercive Experiences.” Journal of Family Violence (2006): 477-486.

Ryan, Kathryn M. “The Relationship Between Courtship Violence and Sexual

Aggression in College Students.” Journal of Family Violence 13.4 (1998): 377-394.


Bystander Behavior:

Fritzsche, Barbara A. “To Help or Not To Help: Capturing Individuals’

Decision Policies.” Social Behavior and Personality 28.6 (2000): 561-578.

Herbert Harari, Oren Harari, and Robert V. White. “The Reaction to Rape by

American Male Bystanders.” The Journal of Social Psychology 125.5 (2001): 653-658.

Jeffrey A. Kelly, PhD, Janet S. St. Lawrence, PhD, Yolanda E. Diaz, MSW,

et.al. “HIV Risk Behavior Reduction following Intervention with Key Opinion Leaders of Population: An Experimental Analysis.” American Journal of Public Health 81.2 (1991): 168-171.

Latane, John M. Darley and Bibb. “Bystander Intervention in Emergencies.”

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 8.4 (1968): 377-383.

Linda Zener Solomon, Henry Solomon, and Joseph Maiorca. “The Effects of

Bystander’s Anonymity, Situational Ambiguity, and Victim’s Status on Helping.” The Journal of Social Psychology 117 (1982): 285-294.

Peter Fischer, Tobias Greitemeyer, Fabian Pollozek, and Dieter Frey. “The

unresponsve behavior bystander: Are bystanders more responsive in dangerous emergencies?” European Journal of Social Psychology 36 (2006): 267-278.

Philip Brickman, Vita Carulli Rabinowtz, Jurgis Karuza Jr., et.al. “Models of

Helping and Coping.” American Psychologist 37.4 (1982): 368-384.


Perpetrator Behavior:

Burkhart, Karen Rapaport and Barry R. “Personality and Attitudinal

Characteristics of Sexually Coercive College Males.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology 93.2 (1984): 216-221.

David Lisak, Ph.D., and Susan Roth, Ph.D. “Motives and Psychodynamics of

Self-Reported, Unincarcerated Rapists.” American Orthopsychiatric Association, Inc. 60.2 (1990): 268-280.

Lisak, David. “Subjective Assessment of Relationships With Parents by

Sexually Aggressive and Nonaggressive Men.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 9.3 (1994): 399-411.

Miller, David Lisak and Paul M. “Repeat Rape and Multiple Offending Among

Undetected Rapists.” Violence and Victims 17.1 (2002): 73-84.

Roth, David Lisak and Susan. “Motivational Factors in Nonincarcerated

Sexually Aggressive Men.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 55.5 (1988): 795-802.

Thornhill, Neil M. Malamuth and Nancy Wilmsen. “Hostile Masculinity, Sexual

Aggression, and Gender-Biased Domineeringness in Conversations.” Aggressive Behavior 20 (1994): 185-193.

VanDeusen, Joetta L. Carr and Karen M. “Risk Factors for Male Sexual

Aggression on College Campuses.” Journal of Family Violence 19.5 (2004): 279-289.

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