Peer-Reviewed Articles

Miriam Landsman

  • Landsman, M.J., Boel-Studt, S., and Malone, K. (2014). Results from a family-finding experiment. Children and Youth Services Review, 36. 62-69.
  • D'Aunno, Lisa E.; Boel-Studt, Shamra; and Landsman, Miriam J. (2014). Evidence-Based Elements of Child Welfare In-Home Services. Journal of Family Strengths: Vol. 14: Iss. 1, Article 3.
  • Landsman, Miriam J. and D'Aunno, Lisa (2012). Developing a Framework for Child Welfare Supervision. Journal of Family Strengths: Vol. 12: Iss. 1, Article 10
  • Landsman, M. J., & Boel-Studt, S. (2011). Fostering Families' and Children's Rights to Family Connections. Child Welfare, 90(4), 19-40.
  • Landsman, M.J., & D’Aunno, L. (2010).  Improving Outcomes for Youth in Transition. Special Issue on Independent Living. A. Barbee & B. Antle (Eds). Training and Development in Human Services, 5(1), 80-93.
  • Landsman, M.J. (2008). Pathways to organizational commitment. Administration in Social Work, 32(2), 105-132.
  • Landsman, M.J., & Hartley, C.C. (2007). Attributing responsibility for child maltreatment when domestic violence is present. Child Abuse and Neglect, 31 (4), 445-461.
  • Landsman, M.J. (2007). Supporting child welfare supervisors to improve worker retention. Child Welfare, 86(2).
  • Mueller, C.W., & Landsman, M.J. (2004). Legitimacy and justice perceptions. Social Psychology Quarterly, 67(2), 189-202.
  • Landsman, M.J., Thompson, Kathy, Barber, & Gail. (2003). Using mediation to achieve permanency for children and families: Families in contemporary society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services. 24(2) 229-239.
  • Landsman, M.J. (2002). Rural child welfare practice from an organization-in-environment perspective.  Child Welfare, 81(5), 791-819.
  • Landsman, M.J. (2001). Commitment in public child welfare. Social Service Review, 75(3).
  • Landsman, M.J., Groza, V., Tyler, M., & Malone, K. (2001). Outcomes of family-centered residential treatment.  Child Welfare, 80(3), 351-379.
  • Nelson, K., Cross, T., Landsman, M.J., & Tyler, M. (1996). Native American families and child neglect. Children and Youth Services Review, 18(6), 505-521.
  • Nelson, K. E., Saunders, E.J., & Landsman, M.J. (1993). Chronic child neglect in perspective. Social Work, 38(6), 661-671.
  • Saunders, E.J., Nelson, K., & Landsman, M.J. (1993). Racial inequality and child neglect: findings in a metropolitan area. Child Welfare, 72(4), 341-354.
  • Nelson, K.E., Landsman, M.J., & Deutelbaum, W. (1990). Three models of family-centered placement prevention services. Child Welfare: Journal of Policy, Practice, and Program.

Brad Richardson

  • Nellis, A., & Richardson, B. (2010). Getting beyond failure: Promising approaches for reducing DMC. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 1-11. DOI: 10.1177/1541204009361180
  • Richardson, B., & Derezotes, D. (2010). Measuring change in disproportionality and disparities: Three diagnostic tools.  J Health Human Services Administration 33(3), 323-352.
  • Richardson, B. (2008). Comparative analysis of two community-based efforts designed to impact disproportionality. Child Welfare, 87(2), 297-317.
  • Richardson, B., Sorensen, J., & Soderstrom, E.J. (1987). Explaining the social and psychological impacts of a nuclear power plant accident. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 17(1). 16-36.

 Carolyn Hartley

  • Hartley, C.C., Renner, L.M., & Mackel, S. (2013).  Civil legal services and domestic violence: Missed service opportunities. Families in Society, 94(1), 15-22.
  • Landsman, M.J., & Hartley, C.C. (2007). Attributing responsibility for child maltreatment when domestic violence is present. Child Abuse and Neglect, 31(4), 445-461.
  • Hartley, C.C. (2004). Severe domestic violence and child maltreatment: Considering child physical abuse, neglect, and failure to protect.  Children and Youth Services Review, 26(4), 373-392.
  • Hartley, C.C. (2003). A therapeutic jurisprudence approach to the trial process in domestic violence felony trials.  Violence against Women, 9(4), 410-437.
  • Erez, E., & Hartley, C. C. (2003). Battered immigrant women and the legal system: A therapeutic jurisprudence perspective. Western Criminology Review, 4(2), 155-169.
  • Hartley, C.C. (2002). The co-occurrence of child maltreatment and domestic violence: Examining both neglect and child physical abuse.  Child Maltreatment, 7(4), 349-358.
  • Hartley, C.C. (2001). “He said, she said”: The defense attack of credibility in domestic violence felony trials.  Violence against Women, 7(5), 510-544.
  • Hartley, C.C. (2001). Incest offenders' perceptions of their motives to sexually offend within their past and current life context.  Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 16(5), 459-475.
  • Hartley, C.C. (1998). How incest offenders overcome internal inhibitions through the use of cognitions and cognitive distortions.  Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 13(1), 25-39.

Lisa D'Aunno

  • D'Aunno, Lisa E.; Boel-Studt, Shamra; and Landsman, Miriam J. (2014). Evidence-Based Elements of Child Welfare In-Home Services. Journal of Family Strengths: Vol. 14: Iss. 1, Article 3.
  • Landsman, Miriam J. and D'Aunno, Lisa (2012). Developing a Framework for Child Welfare Supervision. Journal of Family Strengths: Vol. 12: Iss. 1, Article 10.
  • Landsman, M.J., & D’Aunno, L. (2010).  Improving Outcomes for Youth in Transition. Special Issue on Independent Living. A. Barbee & B. Antle (Eds). Training and Development in Human Services, 5 (1), 80-93.