Dr. Cho is an associate professor in the School of Social Work at Michigan State University. His research has focused on intimate partner violence (IPV), with a specific emphasis on criminal justice intervention và immigrants.

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Dr. Cho conducted secondary data analysis of the National Crime Victimization Survey to examine the effect of police’s arrest of perpetrators on reducing revictimization. He also used the Collaborative sầu Psychiatric Epidemiology Surveys to examine the nature of IPV and use of mental health services ahy vọng immigrant victims who have not been well represented in national data. He has worked since 2008 with End Violent Encounters (EVE), Inc., a community service agency for victims, to lớn help develop service procedures for immigrant victims whose primary languages are not English.

Dr. Cho is specifically interested in help seeking behaviors aước ao IPV victims, including immigrants. Included in his research topics are victims’ perception of IPV, interpersonal & sociocultural factors affecting victims’ help seeking, và the process of victims’ selecting a source of help. Rigorous data collection from ethnic minority communities và collaboration with culturally competent scholars are emphasized through his retìm kiếm.

Select PublicationsCho, H. và Huang, L. (2016). Aspects of help seeking aý muốn collegiate victims of dating violence. Journal of Family Violence. doi:10.1007/s10896-016-9813-3Cho, H., Shamrova, D., & Han, J., & Levchenko, Phường. (in press). Patterns of intimate partner violence victimization & survivors’ help-seeking. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.Cho, H. (forthcoming 2010). From Hawaii khổng lồ New York: A historical understanding of Korean Americans’ immigration và resistance against all odds. In J. H. Schiele (Ed.), Social welfare policy: Regulation & resistance aý muốn people of color. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.Cho, H., và Wilke, D. J. (in press). Gender differences in the nature of the intimate partner violence & effects of perpetrator arrest on revictimization. Journal of Family Violence.Teasley, M., Randolph, K., & Cho, H. (2008). School social workers’ perceived understanding of inner thành phố và urban community và neighborhood risk & protective factors & effectiveness in practice tasks. School Social Work Journal, 33(1), 47-64.Cho, H., và Wilke, D. J. (2005). How has the Violence Against Women Act affected the response of the criminal justice system to domestic violence? Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 32(4), 125-139.Chang, H., & Cho, H. (2001). The prevalence and risk factors of dating violence ahy vọng university students. Korean Journal of Family Social Work, 8, 177-201.


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Many Asian-Americans Reluctant khổng lồ Seek Services for Domestic Violence

Asian-American victims of domestic violence rarely seek help from police or health care providers...

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