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Interests:Child welfare, social policy, feminist theories
Academic engagement and performance: Estimating the impact of out-of-home care for maltreated children. Children and Youth Services Review. 35(5), 856 - 864.(2013).
Perceptions of Juvenile Sexual Abuse Victims: A Meta-Analysis on Vignette-Based Studies on the Effects of Victims’ Age and Respondents’ Gender. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse. 22(5), 593 - 611.(2013).
Service Referral Patterns Among Black and White Families Involved With Child Protective Services. Journal of Public Child Welfare. 7(4), 370 - 391.(2013).
Inadequate housing and the child protection system response. Children and Youth Services Review. 35(11), 1809 - 1815.(2013).
Readiness for college engagement among students who have aged out of foster care. Children and Youth Services Review. 34(1), 76 - 83.(2012).
Burnout in Child Welfare: The Role of Employment Characteristics and Workplace Opportunities. Social Service Review. 86(4), 636 - 659.(2012).
Examining Racial Disproportionality in Child Protective Services Case Decisions.. Children and youth services review. 34(11), 2188-2200.(2012).