Erin Casey
Erin Casey
Professor of Social Work, University of Washington, Tacoma
Verified email at uw.edu
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Toward a multi-level, ecological approach to the primary prevention of sexual assault: Prevention in peer and community contexts
EA Casey, TP Lindhorst
Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 10 (2), 91-114, 2009
2462009
Sexual scripts among young heterosexually active men and women: Continuity and change
NT Masters, E Casey, EA Wells, DM Morrison
Journal of sex research 50 (5), 409-420, 2013
2232013
Trauma exposure and sexual revictimization risk: Comparisons across single, multiple incident, and multiple perpetrator victimizations
EA Casey, PS Nurius
Violence Against Women 11 (4), 505-530, 2005
1542005
“How Can I Not?”: Men’s Pathways to Involvement in Anti-Violence Against Women Work
E Casey, T Smith
Violence Against Women 16 (8), 953, 2010
1162010
Being a positive bystander: Male antiviolence allies’ experiences of “stepping up”
EA Casey, K Ohler
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 27 (1), 62-83, 2012
1042012
Unleashing the power of prevention
JD Hawkins, JM Jenson, R Catalano, MW Fraser, GJ Botvin, V Shapiro, ...
American Journal of Medical Research 3 (1), 39, 2016
902016
Predictors of sexually coercive behavior in a nationally representative sample of adolescent males
EA Casey, B Beadnell, TP Lindhorst
Journal of interpersonal violence 24 (7), 1129-1147, 2009
752009
Efficacy of bystander programs to prevent dating abuse among youth and young adults: A review of the literature
HL Storer, E Casey, T Herrenkohl
Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 17 (3), 256-269, 2016
732016
Context, challenges, and tensions in global efforts to engage men in the prevention of violence against women: An ecological analysis
EA Casey, J Carlson, C Fraguela-Rios, E Kimball, TB Neugut, RM Tolman, ...
Men and masculinities 16 (2), 228-251, 2013
712013
Trends in the prevalence and characteristics of sexual violence: A cohort analysis
EA Casey, PS Nurius
Violence and Victims 21 (5), 629-644, 2006
702006
Strategies for Engaging Men as Anti-Violence Allies: Implications for Ally Movements
E Casey
Advances in Social Work 11 (2), 267-282, 2010
602010
Gender transformative approaches to engaging men in gender-based violence prevention: A review and conceptual model
E Casey, J Carlson, S Two Bulls, A Yager
Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 19 (2), 231-246, 2018
572018
Strategies to engage men and boys in violence prevention: A global organizational perspective
J Carlson, E Casey, JL Edleson, RM Tolman, TB Walsh, E Kimball
Violence against women 21 (11), 1406-1425, 2015
562015
Screening for Domestic Violence in Public Welfare Offices
T Lindhorst, M Meyers, E Casey
Violence against women 14 (1), 5-28, 2008
522008
The structure of male adolescent peer networks and risk for intimate partner violence perpetration: Findings from a national sample
EA Casey, B Beadnell
Journal of youth and adolescence 39 (6), 620-633, 2010
392010
Predicting sexual assault perpetration among heterosexually active young men
EA Casey, NT Masters, B Beadnell, MJ Hoppe, DM Morrison, EA Wells
Violence Against Women 23 (1), 3-27, 2017
322017
Primary prevention is? A global perspective on how organizations engaging men in preventing gender-based violence conceptualize and operationalize their work
HL Storer, EA Casey, J Carlson, JL Edleson, RM Tolman
Violence against women 22 (2), 249-268, 2016
322016
“He enjoys giving her pleasure”: Diversity and complexity in young men’s sexual scripts
DM Morrison, NT Masters, EA Wells, E Casey, B Beadnell, MJ Hoppe
Archives of sexual behavior 44 (3), 655-668, 2015
312015
The situational-cognitive model of adolescent bystander behavior: Modeling bystander decision-making in the context of bullying and teen dating violence.
EA Casey, T Lindhorst, HL Storer
Psychology of violence 7 (1), 33, 2017
302017
Replicating a teen HIV/STD preventive intervention in a multicultural city
DM Morrison, MJ Hoppe, EA Wells, BA Beadnell, A Wilsdon, D Higa, ...
AIDS Education & Prevention 19 (3), 258-273, 2007
272007
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