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 Peer Reviewed Articles

Kruk, E. (2015).  "The Lived Experiences of Non-custodial Parents in Canada: A Comparison of Mothers and Fathers," International Journal for Family Research and Policy, 1 (1), 80-95.

 

Millar, P. & Kruk, E. (2014).  “Maternal Attachment, Paternal Overnight Contact, and Very Young Children's Adjustment,” Journal of Marriage and Family, 76 (2), 256-260.

 

Kruk, E. & Sandberg, K. (2013).  “A Home for Body and Soul: Substance Using Women in Recovery,” Harm Reduction Journal, 10 (1), 39.

 

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, E. (2013).  “Social Justice, Spirituality and Responsibility to Needs: The ‘Best Interests of the Child’ in the Divorce Transition,” Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health, 15 (2), 94-106.

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, E. (2012). "Arguments for an Equal Parental Responsibility Presumption in Contested Child Custody."  American Journal of Family Therapy, 40 (1), 1-22.

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, E. (2011). "A Model
Equal Parental Responsibility Presumption in Contested Child Custody."  American Journal of Family Therapy, 39 (5), 1-15.

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, E. & Sihota Banga, P. (2011). “Engagement of Substance Using Pregnant Women in Addiction Recovery.” Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 30 (1), 79-91.

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Kruk, E. (2010). “Collateral Damage: The Lived Experiences of Divorced Mothers Without Custody.
Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 51 (8), 526-543.

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Kruk, E. (2010). “Parental and Social Institutional Responsibilities to Children’s Needs in the Divorce Transition: Fathers’ Perspectives.” Journal of Men’s Studies, 18 (2), 159-178.

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Kruk, E. (2006). “Spiritual Wounding and Affliction: Facilitating Spiritual Transformation in Social Justice Work.” Critical Social Work 7 (1).

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Kruk, E. (2005). “Shared Parental Responsibility: A Harm Reduction-Based Approach to Divorce Law Reform.” Journal of Divorce and Remarriage 43 (3/4), 119-140.

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Jones, L. & Kruk, E. (2005). “Life in Government Care: The Connection of Youth to Family.” Child and Youth Care Forum 34 (6), 405-421.

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Kruk, E. (1998). “Deconstructing Family Mediation Practice via the 'Simulated Client' Technique: The Case of Unresolved Marital Attachment.” Mediation Quarterly 15 (4), 321-334.

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Christie, A. & Kruk, E. (1998). "Choosing to Become a Social Worker: Motives, Concerns, Incentives and Disincentives." Social Work Education 17 (1), 21-34.

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Kruk, E. (1998). “Practice Issues, Strategies, and Models: The Current 'State of the Art' of Family Mediation.” Family and Conciliation Courts Review 36 (2), 195-215.

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Kruk, E. (1998). “Power Imbalance and Spouse Abuse in Divorce Disputes: Deconstructing Mediation Practice via the ‘Simulated Client’ Technique.” International Journal of Law, Policy and The Family, 12 (1), 1-14.

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Kruk, E. (1995). “Grandparent-Grandchild Contact Loss: Findings from a Study of 'Grandparent Rights' Members.” Canadian Journal on Aging, 14 (3), 737-754.

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Kruk, E. & Hall, B. (1995). “The Disengagement of Paternal Grandparents Subsequent to Divorce.” Journal of Divorce and Remarriage 23 (1/2), 131-147.

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Kruk, E. (1994). "The 'Disengaged' Noncustodial Father: Implications for Social Work Practice with the Divorced Family." Social Work 39 (1), 15-25.

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Kruk, E. (1994). "Grandparent Visitation Disputes: Multigenerational Approaches to Family Mediation." Mediation Quarterly 12 (1), 37-53.

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Kruk, E. & Vryheid, A. (1993). "Gaps in Service Provision for Native Disabled Adults on Reserves: A Case Description." The Social Worker / Le Travailleur social 61 (4), 181-184.

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Kruk, E. (1993). "Promoting Cooperative Parenting After Separation: A Therapeutic / Interventionist Model of Family Mediation." Journal of Family Therapy 15 (3), 235-261.

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Kruk, E. (1992). "Child Custody Determination: An Analysis of the Legal Model, Legal Practices, and Experiences of Male Participants in the Process." Journal of Men's Studies 1 (2), 163-185.

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Kruk, E. (1992). "Psychological and Structural Factors Contributing to the Disengagement of Noncustodial Fathers After Divorce." Family and Conciliation Courts Review 29 (2), 81-101.

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Kruk, E. (1991). "Discontinuity Between Pre- and Post-divorce Father-child Relationships: New Evidence Regarding Paternal Disengagement." Journal of Divorce and Remarriage 16 (3/4), 195-227.

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Kruk, E. (1991). "The Grief Reaction of Noncustodial Fathers Subsequent to Divorce." Men's Studies Review 8 (2), 17-21.

 

 Articles in Professional Journals (Available upon request)

Kruk, E. (2009). "The Spiritual Transformation of Social (Justice) Work:  A Charter of Social Responsibilities Corresponding to Vital Human Needs." Clarion: Journal of Spirituality and Justice.

 

Kruk, E. (2007).  “The Evolution of Harm Reduction:  Advocating for Policy Reform in a Culture of Addiction.” Perspectives 29 (2).

 

Finley, G.E. & Kruk, E. (2005).  “Social Movements and Paradigm Shifts.”  Children News.

 

Kruk, E. (2002).  “Spirituality and Mediation:  Harm Reduction as the Sacred Core of Conflict Resolution.”  Interaction.

 

Kruk, E. (2002).  “The Real Meaning of Harm Reduction.” Perspectives.

 

Kruk, E. (2002).  “Daddy’s Home:  Divorce From the Father’s Perspective." ACResolution.

 

Kruk, E. (2001).  “Mediation as Harm Reduction.” Resolve.

 

Kruk, E.  (2001).  “Family Mediation and Conflict Resolution Training on the Internet.”  The Mediator.

 

Kruk, E.  (1998).  “Child Custody and the ‘Divorce Industry:’  Resolving or Exacerbating Conflict?”  Resolve.

 

Kruk, E.  (1998).  “Family Mediation in Canada:  The State of the Art.”  Interaction.

 

Kruk, E. (1998).  “Access Denial, Parental Alienation, Parental Disengagement and the ‘Divorce Industry’.”  The Mediator  55.

 

Kruk, E. (1997).  "Family Mediation in British Columbia:  A Snapshot View.”  The Mediator  51.

 

Kruk, E. (1994).  "Divorce Mediation and Woman Abuse:  Danger and Potential." B.C. Institute on Family Violence Newsletter  3 (2).

 

Kruk, E. (1994).  "Family Systems:  Helping Fathers Stay Involved with Children After Divorce."  The Psychotherapy Newsletter  6 (8).