Dr. Ka Wai Carrie LI
Dr. Carrie K. W. Li is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Social Work and Social Administration. She studies intimate partner violence across cultural contexts and recently expands her research to Chinese society. Her approach to research is to use quantitative, qualitative, and experimental methods, as well as multiple theoretical frameworks to answer important questions about factors, patterns, etiology, intervention, and policy related to intimate partner violence and interpersonal violence. Dr. Li also takes a feminist and intersectionality approach to create knowledge for women, vulnerable, and marginalized populations.
Dr. Li is the winner of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences graduate student paper award. Her work has been recognized by three Research Scholars Award from the College of Social Science and a Disciplinary Leadership Award from the Council of Graduate Students at Michigan State University. Dr. Li is also a recipient of two International Peace Scholarship and a Criminal Justice Community Psychology Scholarship. Her recent work has appeared in international journals, including Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Violence Against Women, Victims & Offenders, Deviant Behavior, and Journal of Prevention and Health Promotion.
- Crime and deviance
- Intimate partner violence