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Solórzano, D.G. and Yosso, T.J. (2002) Critical Race Methodology: Counter-Storytelling as an Analytical Framework for Education Research. Qualitative Inquiry, 8, 23-44.

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  • TITLE: A Study on Visible Minority Immigrant Women’s Experiences with Domestic Violence

    AUTHORS: Masiya Ahmadzai, Catherine Carolyn Stewart, Bharati Sethi

    KEYWORDS: Domestic Violence, Visible Minority, Immigrant, Barriers, Canada

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.4 No.5, May 31, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The purpose of this exploratory and qualitative research was to better understand the personal experiences of visible minority immigrant women seeking help with domestic violence (DV) in Southern Ontario, Canada. In-depth interviews were carried out with two survivors of DV and three DV professionals: their personal and professional experiences with DV as it affects visible minority immigrant women were explored. A gender-based analysis of the participants’ narratives revealed that a number of diversity-related axis such as, gender, visible minority, immigrant status and economic status influenced women’s experiences with abuse. The results indicate the various barriers visible minority immigrant women who are experiencing DV, may face when they try to seek help and support. Specifically, challenges include recognition of foreign credentials and employment, language, culture, isolation, and shelters. Police responses, court proceedings, spousal sponsorship policies, legal status and fear of deportation/breakdown of sponsorship contribute to structural barriers. Study implications for policy and practice are discussed and recommendations provided.