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Janice Ristock

Professor | Women's and Gender Studies, Community Psychology

Experience in LGBT2SQ research

Janice Ristock is a professor in Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Manitoba

Interest in LGBT2SQ research

LGBT2SQ Intimate partner violence

Lesbian Relationship Violence

Aboriginal Two-Spirit/LGBT2SQ migration, mobility, health and wellness

Vulnerability and resilience amongst LGBT2SQ people and sexual minorities in Canada

Homophobia in relation to HIV in Aboriginal Communities

Stress, Coping and Health in LGBT2SQ communities

Published Work

  • Ristock, J. L. (Ed.). (2011). Intimate partner violence in LGBTQ lives. Routledge Press, New York. (338 pages).
  • Ristock, J.L. (2002). No more secrets: Violence in lesbian relationships. New York: Routledge. (242 pages).
  • Ristock, J. , Zoccole, A. Potskin, J. and Passante, L. (forthcoming 2016) Impacts of Colonization on Aboriginal Two-Spirit/LGBTQ Canadians' Experiences of Migration and Domestic Violence. Sexualities.
  • Ristock, J.L., Zoccole, A and Passante, L. (2011) Aboriginal Two-Spirit and LGBTQ Migration, Mobility and Health: Findings from a Winnipeg Study. Canadian Journal of Aboriginal Community-Based HIV/AIDS Research. Volume 4, 5-30.
  • Iwasaki, Y. & Ristock, J.L. (2007). The nature of stress experienced by gay men and lesbians. Anxiety, Stress and Coping: An International Journal, 28(3), 299-319
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