This book will prove especially valuable to anyone who studies or works in the fields of social work, human services, criminal justice, or criminology, including advocates, practitioners, students, academic researchers, and those interested in intimate partner violence.
Nichols, Andrea J. 2014. No-Drop Prosecution in Domestic Violence Cases: Survivor-Defined and Social Change Practices. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 29n11,
Nichols, Andrea J. 2013. Meaning-Making and Domestic Violence Victim Advocacy: An Examination of Feminist Identities, Ideologies, and Practices. Feminist Criminology 8n3:177- 201.
Nichols, Andrea J. 2013. Survivor-Defined Practices to Mitigate Revictimization of Battered Women in the Protective Order Process. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 28n7.
Nichols, Andrea J. 2011. Gendered Organizations: Challenges for Domestic Violence Victim Advocates and Feminist Advocacy. Feminist Criminology 6: 111-131.
Nichols, Andrea J. Sex Trafficking in the United States: Theory, Research, and Policy. Under Contract, New York, NY: Columbia University Press. Forthcoming 2015.
Heil, Erin and Nichols, Andrea J. 2015. Human Trafficking in the Midwest United States: A Case Study of the St. Louis Bi-State Area. Carolina Academic Press.
Heil, Erin and Nichols, Andrea J. 2014. A Theoretical Discussion of the Potential Problems Associated with Targeted Policing and the Eradication of Sex Trafficking in the United States. 17n4 Contemporary Justice Review.
Nichols, Andrea J. and Heil, Erin. 2014. Challenges to Identifying and Prosecuting Sex Trafficking Cases in the Midwest United States. 9n2, 1-30, Feminist Criminology.