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Dr Emma Katz researches the impacts of domestic violence and abuse on children and young people, exploring coercive control, agency, resistance, recovery and mother-child supportiveness in domestic abuse contexts.
Dr Emma Katz's research is:
Internationally acclaimed, winning two awards - Wiley Prize for best paper published in Child Abuse Review 2015-18 (First
Prize); Corinna Seith Prize, best publication as judged by Women Against Violence Europe (WAVE). (Both awards received for 2016 Child Abuse
'Beyond the Physical Incident Model'.)
Cited in government policy (UK and Australia) and extensively by organisations and practitioners
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Dr Emma Katz can be contacted at email@example.com for:
invitations to share her research via the media and at conferences and events
emails from people seeking a supervisor for a PhD on domestic violence and abuse, or other gender-based violence issues
At Liverpool Hope University, Dr Emma Katz leads the final year of BA (Hons) Childhood and Youth, teaching popular courses on domestic abuse, gender and sexuality, and trauma and mental health.
Winner of 3 'Hope Stars' - Liverpool Hope University's award for teaching excellence, voted for by students.
Prior to joining Liverpool Hope, completed an ESRC-funded PhD at the University of Nottingham, as well as an MA Research Methods (Distinction) and a BA (Hons) Sociology (First Class), University of Nottingham.
Katz, Emma (expected in early 2022) Coercive Control in Children's and Mothers' Lives. New York: Oxford University Press.
Nikupeteri, Anna, Emma Katz, and Merja Laitinen. (Accepted for Publication). Coercive Control and Technology-Facilitated Parental Stalking in Children and Young People's Lives.Journal of Gender-Based Violence.
Katz, Emma, Anna Nikupeteri, and Merja Laitinen. (2020). When Coercive
Control Continues to Harm Children: Post-Separation Fathering, Stalking,
and Domestic Violence. Child Abuse Review, 25(4), 310-324. doi:10.1002/car.2611. *Most Read Article in the Journal in 2020, with 33,000+ Reads* *Altmetric Score of over 400: #1 Altmetric Score in the Journal*
Katz, Emma. (2019). Coercive Control, Domestic Violence and a
Five-Factor Framework: Five Factors that Influence Closeness, Distance
and Strain in Mother-Child Relationships. Violence Against Women, 25(15), 1829-1853. doi:10.1177/1077801218824998. *Most Read Article in the Journal in 2019, with 9,000+ Reads*
Radford, Lorraine, Nancy Lombard, Fransizka Meinck, Emma Katz, and Stanford Mahati. (2017). Researching Violence with Children: Experiences and Lessons from the UK and South Africa. Families, Relationships and Societies, 6(2), 239-256. doi:10.1332/204674317x14861128190401.
Katz, Emma. (2016). Beyond the Physical Incident Model: How Children
Living with Domestic Violence are Harmed by and Resist Regimes of
Coercive Control. Child Abuse Review, 25(1), 46-59. doi:10.1002/car.2422. *Wiley Prize for Best Paper* *Corinna Seith Prize for Best Paper* *Most Read Article in the Journal in 2016, with18,000+ Reads* *Third Most Cited Article in the Journal*
Katz, Emma. (2015). Recovery-Promoters: Ways that Mothers and Children Support One Another's Recoveries from Domestic Violence. British Journal of Social Work, 45 (sup. 1), i153-169. doi:10.1093/bjsw/bcv091.
Katz, Emma. (2015). Domestic Violence, Children's Agency and Mother-Child Relationships: Towards a More Advanced Model. Children and Society, 29(1), 69-79. doi:10.1111/chso.12023. *8,000+ Reads*
Intervening after Domestic Violence: Working Systemically with Victims, Children and Perpetrators. Dublin. 10 October 2019.
International Conference on Honour Related Conflicts. Copenhagen. 22-23 November 2018.
Collaborative Partner on project on how children are affected when one of their parents is stalked. P.I. Professor Merja Laitinen (University of Lapland). 2017-21 project funded by 480,000 Euros from the Academy of Finland.
PhD external examinerships
Saira Khan (City, University of London). 7 August 2020.
Cristhie Mella Aguilera (University of Bristol). 28 February 2019.
PhD student supervision
Rajinder Kaur 'The Criminalisation of Forced Marriage in the UK: Impacts on Sikh and Muslim Communities and on the Tradition of Arranged Marriage' (October 2018 - present).