Did you know that October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month?
This research guide may be a helpful place to begin exploring the Library's collections related to domestic violence. No matter where you are in the research process, please feel welcome to ask for help finding additional resources. The Ask a Librarian Reference Service is always available, whether via phone, email, chat, or in-person reference assistance.
This guide is divided into several tabs: Books ; Journals ; Databases; Primary Sources; and Ask a Librarian.
Cornell Takes a Stand Against Domestic Violence
What is Domestic Violence?
Domestic violence includes, but is not limited to, harassment, sexual abuse, stalking and menacing committed by a family member or intimate partner that have created a substantial risk of physical or emotional harm to a person or a person’s child. This behavior includes physical as well as emotional or sexual violence, physical and/ or psychological intimidation, verbal abuse, economic control, threats or injury. Learn more at https://hr.cornell.edu/wellbeing-perks/self-care/domestic-violence-resources .
Resources for Self Care
- Cornell University Human Resources: Domestic Violence ResourcesAre you, or someone you know, experiencing domestic violence? Or do you just want to know more? Find out about Cornell's resources both on and off campus to help our faculty and staff navigate this very personal experience.
Lots of Resources at the Library!