“Just write every day of your life. Read intensely. Then see what happens.” — Ray Bradbury
Dr. Chiquita Howard-Bostic's publications represent five areas of study: (1) learner-centered pedagogy, (2) international crime, (3) youth, violence, and aggression, (4) intimate partner violence, and (5) Black Feminist Thought. She has published articles in peer reviewed journals including, "Is Mutual Violent Combat (MVC) A Gender Neutral Conceptualization of Intimate Partner Violence?" in Conference of the International Journal of Arts and Sciences. She published "Women's Emotive Responses and Female-Perpetrated Intimate Partner Violence" in the Journal of International Criminal Justice Research. Her manuscript, "A Hybrid Learner-Centered Pedagogy" was published in the East Coast Colleges Social Science Journal in April of 2015. in 2015, with Basirico, Eshleman, and Cashion, she co-published The Handbook of General Sociology, a Sociology textbook . She has also published in Wiley's Encyclopedia of Corrections.
Howard-Bostic, Chiquita. 2009 . “Stepping out of the third wave: A contemporary Black feminist paradigm.” Forum on Public Policy Online, January 2008 edition. DOWNLOAD the manuscript.
Revista Virtualidad, Educación y Ciencia
Howard-Bostic, Chiquita, Faroat Andasheva, & Jessica E. Smith. 2015. “Survey of Multi-Media Assistive Learning Technology as Universal Accommodations for Students with Special Needs.” Virtualidad, Educacion y Ciencia, 6(11), 9-19. DOWNLOAD the manuscript.
Howard-Bostic, Chiquita. 2015. “The innovative hybrid course model: A taxonomy-focused pedagogy in a learner-centered culture.” Journal of the East Coast Colleges Social Sciences Association. DOWNLOAD the manuscript.
Youth Violence and Aggression
International Journal of Learning
Howard, Chiquita. 2006. “Justice or injustice in Jamaica: The social construction of juvenile crime.” International Journal of Learning, 13(1): 47-56. DOWNLOAD the manuscript.
Howard-Bostic, Chiquita. 2015. “Aggression and violence in teen girls,” in Crime and criminal justice in Black girls and adolescents: Facing life challenges. Ed. Catherine Fisher Collins, Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Publishers. DOWNLOAD the manuscript.
Black Girls and Adolescents: Facing the Challenges covers a wide range of concerns, including obesity, substance abuse, sex trafficking, gangs, teen pregnancy, and suicide attempts. Stress, low self-esteem, anger, aggression, and violence are explored, as are failures of our education system and of a legal system that tends to victimize young black women. Dr. Howard-Bostic authored chapter 26.
Journal of International Criminal Justice Research
Howard-Bostic, Chiquita. 2014. “Women’s emotive responses and female-perpetrated intimate partner violence.” Journal of International Criminal Justice Research, 2: 1-28. DOWNLOAD the manuscript.
International Journal of Arts and Sciences
Howard-Bostic, Chiquita.2013. “Is mutual violent combat (MVC) a gender neutral conceptualization of intimate partner violence?” Conference of the International Journal of Arts & Sciences, 6(2) 361-376. DOWNLOAD the manuscript.