Juliana Carlson

Associate Professor
Primary office:
Twente Hall
Room 104


International organizational practices to engage men in gender-based violence prevention; formal support of new and expectant fathers to reduce child exposure to domestic violence; economic and social justice for families.

Teaching Interests

  • Social welfare policy
  • Social policy advocacy
  • Community practice
  • Global perspectives on gender-based violence prevention

Research Interests

  • Engaging men in violence prevention
  • Transition to fatherhood and child exposure to domestic violence
  • Poverty and child welfare
  • Parents' informal & formal social support
  • Prevention science
  • Intersectional theory

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