I have several lines of inquiry that share a common focus on addressing social inequalities through multi-disciplinary, interdisciplinary, and trandisciplinary perspectives. My research occurs across multiple scales, including local, regional, sub-national and cross-national domains. My work delves into pressing concerns of environmental justice, particularly the uneven effects of landfills on women, communities of color and the poor; risks and hazards related to climate change-related disasters; and doing community-engaged transdisciplinary research. Additionally, I investigate treatment interventions and policies related to intimate partner violence abusers. Specifically, my work focuses on disproportionate affects on sex and gender minority populations as well as applying feminist and queer theories to understanding intimate partner violence. A list of selected and recent publications are below.
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (PEER-REVIEWED)
Cannon, Clare E. B., Kevin F. Gotham, Katie Lauve-Moon, & Brad Powers. 2020. "From the general to the specific: The influence of confidence and trust on flood risk perception." Journal of Risk Research, Online First. (Link)
Ferreira, Regardt, Fred Buttell, & Clare E. B. Cannon. 2020. "COVID-19: Immediate Predictors of Individual Resilience." Sustainability, 12(16), 6495. (Link)
Cannon, Clare E. B., John Hamel, Fred Buttell, & Regardt Ferreira. 2020. “The pursuit of research- supported treatment in batterer intervention: The role of professional licensure and theoretical orientation for Duluth and CBT programs.” Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, Online First. (Link)
Cannon, Clare E. B. 2020. "Examining rural environmental injustice: An analysis of ruralness, class, race, and gender on presence of landfills across the United States." Journal of Rural and Community Development, 15(1), 89-114. (Link)
Cannon, Clare E. B. 2020. “Towards convergence: How to do transdisciplinary environmental health disparities research.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(7), 2303. (Link)
Cannon, Clare E. B, Kevin Gotham, Katie Lauve-Moon, & Brad Powers. 2020. “The Climate Change Double Whammy: Flood Damage and the Determinants of Flood Insurance Coverage, the Case of Post-Katrina New Orleans.” Climate Risk Management, 27, 100210. (Link)
Cannon, Clare E. B, Reggie Ferreira, & Fred Buttell. 2019. “Differences and similarities between male and female perpetration of IPV and parenting attitudes.” Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 16, 442-459. (Link)
Cannon, Clare E. B, Reggie Ferreira, & Fred Buttell. 2019. “Critical Race Theory, Parenting, and Intimate Partner Violence: An analysis of Race and Gender.” Research on Social Work Practice, 29, 590-602. (Link)
Cannon, Clare E. B. 2019. “What Services Exist for LGBTQ Perpetrators of IPV in Batterer Intervention Programs across North America? A Qualitative Study.” Partner Abuse, 10(2), 222-242. (Link)
Ferreira, Reggie, Clare E. B. Cannon, & Fred Buttell. 2018. “Ethical issues in conducting research with children and families affected by disasters.” Current Psychiatry Reports. (Link)
Cannon, Clare E. B., Reggie Ferreira, & Fred Buttell. 2018. “Critical Race Theory, Parenting, and Intimate Partner Violence: An analysis of race and gender. Research on Social Work Practice, 1-13; (PDF)
Cannon, Clare E. B., Sarah Fouts, & Miranda Stramel. 2018. “Informed Gatekeepers and Transnational Violence: Using Perceptions of Safety of Latino/a Youth in Determining Legal Cases.” Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences39(5): 1-16. DOI: 10.1177/0739986318762459. (PDF)
Cannon, Clare E. B., & Reggie Ferreira. 2017. “Understanding female intimate partner violence perpetration, parenting attitudes, and batterer intervention program completion.” Partner Abuse, 8(3): 272-290. (PDF)
Corzine, Eric, Charles Figley, Ronald Marks, Clare Cannon, Vicky Lattone, and Christopher Weatherly. 2017. “Identifying Resilience Truisms: Israeli Experts on Trauma Resilience.” Traumatology. Access via American Psychological Association. (PDF)
Cannon, Clare E. B., & Fred Buttell. 2016. “Pushing the paradigm: Addressing controversies over LGBTQ intimate partner violence.” Journal of Family Violence 31(8): 967-971. (PDF)
Cannon, Clare E. B., John Hamel, Fred Buttell, and Regardt Ferreira. 2016. “A Survey of Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programs in the U.S. and Canada: Findings and Implications for Policy and Intervention.” Partner Abuse 7(3): 226-276. (PDF)
Babcock, Julia, Buttell, Fred, Cannon, Clare, Cantos, Arthur, Hamel, John, Lehmann, Peter, Kelley, Don, Leisring, Penny, Murphy, Christopher, Lauve-Moon, Katie, O’Leary, Daniel, Bannon, Sarah, Salis, Katie Lee, and Salano, Ingrid. 2016. “Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programs: A proposal for Evidence-Based Standards in the United States.” Partner Abuse 7(4), 1-110. (PDF)
Cannon, Clare E. B. and Fred Buttell. 2016. “Investigating membership on University Review Boards: The Case for Social Work.” Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics 13(2). (PDF)
Ferreria, Reggie, Katie Lauve Moon, and Clare E. B. Cannon. 2015. “Male batterer parenting attitudes: Investigating differences between African-American and Caucasian Men.” Research on Social Work Practice. Doi: 1049731515592382. (PDF)
Cannon, Clare E. B., Katie Lauve-Moon, and Fred Buttell. 2015. “Re-theorizing Intimate Partner Violence through Post-structural Feminism, Queer theory, and the Sociology of Gender.” Social Sciences 4(3): 668-687. (PDF)
McKinney, Laura A., Ed Kick, and Clare E. B. Cannon. 2015. “A human ecology approach to environmental inequality: A county-level analysis of natural disasters and the distribution of landfills in the Southeastern US.” Human Ecology Review21(1): 109-132. (PDF)
Cannon, Clare E. B. and Fred Buttell. 2015. “Illusion of inclusion: The failure of the gender paradigm to account for IPV in LGBT relationships.” Partner Abuse 6(1): 65-77. (PDF)
Cannon, Clare E. B. and Fred Buttell. 2015. “IRBs at Very High Research Activity Universities: An Opportunity for Social Workers.” Research on Social Work Practice. (PDF)
Burnette, Catherine and Clare E. B. Cannon. 2014. “’It will always continue unless we change something’: Consequences of intimate partner violence for indigenous women, children, and families.” European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 5. (PDF)
Clare E. B. Cannon. 2020. "On the importance of feminist theories: Gender, race, sexuality and IPV." In Intimate Partner Violence and the LGBT+ Community edited by Brenda Russell.
Clare E. B. Cannon. 2020. "Learning what you need: Modifying treatment programs for LGBTQ perpetrators of IPV." In Intimate Partner Violence and the LGBT+ Community edited by Brenda Russell.
Gotham, Kevin Fox and Clare E. B. Cannon. 2018. “Circulating risks: Coastal Cities and the Specter of Climate Change Risk.” In Handbook on Spaces of Urban Politics edited by Andy Jonas, Byron Miller, Kevin Ward, & David Wilson. (PDF)
Cannon, Clare E. B., and Fred Buttell. 2016. “Policy Discussions on LGBTQ Intimate Partner Violence in the U.S.” An Analysis of Contemporary Social Welfare Issues. (PDF)
Mayer, Vicki and Clare E. B. Cannon. 2014. “A greener screening future: manufacturing and recycling as the subjects of television studies” in Sage Handbook on Television Studies.