CVR Virtual Journal Club
You’re invited to the Center for Victim Research Virtual Journal Club! Every other month, service providers and researchers will read and discuss online a research article about victim services and crime victims.
Benefits: access subscription articles through the CVR Library, learn about research findings, network with other practitioners across the U.S., and add your perspective about the emerging evidence base for victim services.
- Digital poly-victimization: The increasing importance of online crime and harassment to the burden of victimization by S. Hamby, Z. Blount, A. Smith, L. Jones, K. Mitchell, & E. Taylor. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 2018, vol. 19 no. 3, 382-398. (Abstract)
- Predicting the Effects of Sexual Assault Research Participation: Reactions, Perceived Insight, and Help-Seeking by A. Kirkner, M. Relyea, & S.E. Ullman. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2019, vol. 34 no. 17, 3592. (Abstract)
- ‘The Only Way We’ll Be Successful’: Organizational Factors That Influence Psychosocial Well-Being and Self-Care Among Advocates Working to Address Gender-Based Violence by E. Çayir, M. Spencer, D. Billings, D.K. Hilfinger Messias, A. Robillard, & T. Cunningham. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2020. (Abstract)
How does it work?
- Sign up by clicking Join the CVR Virtual Journal Club: enter your email address, check the box “Subscribe me to the CVR journal club,” and click Submit.
- Receive the article and reading tips in your inbox (check your spam just in case).
- Read the article and take notes.
- Login to VictimResearch.org to make sure you’re ready to comment; you may need to reset your password if you haven’t logged in for a long time. (Never logged in? Register here.)
During the week of that month’s journal club:
- Receive details about the discussion board and Twitter chat in your inbox.
- Login to VictimResearch.org to respond to discussion prompts about the article and share your thoughts and questions with other participants.
- Interact with an article author during a Twitter chat. Don’t have a Twitter account? Follow the conversation with the #CVRchat hashtag and email questions or comments ahead of the chat to email@example.com.
Unsure if reading research is for you, or how to get started? In addition to facilitating discussion, CVR will provide guides on frequently used research lingo and tips on reading a research article.discussing research, journal club, keeping up with research, reading research
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