Book Length Monographs:
Atzei, S., Zibalese-Crawford, M., Paredes, H. & McGory, J. (2015) Cordaid’s Barometer of Local Women’s Security Guidelines: Sidreh’s Community-based Participatory Research for Bedouin Women in the Negev Region – Israel. Cordaid Foundation: Building Flourishing Communities.
Zibalese-Crawford, M., Zobel, Y., Edwards, E., Thalia, K., (2012). Poverty in Philadelphia: Setting the Stage for Change. City of Philadelphia.
Zibalese-Crawford, M. Zobel, Y., Edwards, E., Thalia, K., (2012). The Mayor’s Office of Community Services: A Vision for Poverty for Tomorrow. City of Philadelphia.
Zibalese-Crawford, M., Anazzario, T., Lyons, C. (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 & 2006) Report Card: Well being of Children and youth in Philadelphia. City of Philadelphia & Philadelphia Safe and Sound.
Meyers, K. Zibalese-Crawford, M., Lawer, J., Weiner, N. (2005). Lifetimes at Risk Youth Offenders between 10-12 years of age: The Philadelphia Story. City of Philadelphia.
Zibalese Crawford, M. (1995). Assessing the Social Work Response to HIV/AIDS. Washington, D.C.: NASW Press
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters:
Ben-Ezra, M., Goodwin, R., Palgi, Y., Kaniasty, K., Zibalese-Crawford, M.. Weinberger,
A., and Hamama-Raz, Y. (2014). Concomitants of perceived sense of trust in
hospital services following Hurricane Sandy. Psychiatry Research. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2014.08.012
Zibalese-Crawford, M. & Zobel-Crawford, J. (2014). Urban Communities and Human Services. In Linwood, C.H. & Golson, J.G. (Eds.) Enclyclopedia of Human Services and Diversity, CA:Sage Publications.
Roundtree, M.A., Zibalese-Crawford & M, Bagwell, M. (2012) “An inquiry into the intersection of intimate partner violence and HIV/AIDS among inner-city African American women.” Journal of Women and Gender Studies, Vol.5.
Roundtree, M.A. Zibalese-Crawford, M. & Evans, M. (2012) “Seasons of change.” In D. Rowan (Eds.) Social Work with HIV and AIDS: A Case-Based Guide. NY: The Hayworth Press, Inc. (pp. 53-88).
Zibalese-Crawford, M. (2011)) “Girls who commit violence are unlike boys: The need to address adolescent female violence through an understanding of the unique context of the adolescent female,” Journal of Youth and Adolescence
Recent Conference Presentations:
Zibalese-Crawford, M., Alnsara, A., Paredes, H. (2015) Reality of Arab/Bedouin Women in the
Negev/Nahab. Ber Sheva, Israel.
Zibalese-Crawford, M., Paredes, H., Alsanah, K. (2015) Bedouin Women’s roles in
Desert Gardens. 3rd Oxford Desert Garden Conference. Oxford, England (Paper presentation).
Zobel. J. & Zibalese-Crawford, M. (October 2015) Using Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Locally and Globally to Address Mental Health
Racial and Ethnic Disparitie. CADCA. (Invited Presentation)
Pardes, H., Zibalese-Crawford, M. & Ashlam, K. (2015) Improving Health and Well-
Being of Bedouin Women Young Children in the Negev. Community is the
answer" . Glasgow, Scotland. (Paper Presentation)
Zibalese-Crawford, M. (2015). Getting to urban environments indicators and outcomes.
Urban Affairs Association Conference. San Francisco, CA (Paper presentation)
Zibalese-Crawford , M. (fall 2015). Community Evaluation: Models and Practices. Sapir College.
Sderot, Israel (Invited speaker)
Zibalese-Crawford, M. (2014) Using Community-Based Participatory Research
(CBPR) Locally and Globally to Address Mental Health Racial and Ethnic Disparities. 2014 International Symposium on Minority Health an Health Disparities, National Harbor, MD. (Paper Presentation)
Zibalese-Crawford, M. & Zobel, J. (2014). A Case Study: NGO Capacity
Building through the Methodology of Community-based Participatory Research (CBPR). Community is the answer" 2014 conference, Glasgow, Scotland. (Invited speaker)
Pardes, H., Zibalese-Crawford, M. & Ashlam, K. Improving Health and Well-
Being of Bedouin Women Young Children in the Negev. Community is the answer" 2014 conference, Glasgow, Scotland. (Invited speakers)
Zibalese-Crawford, & Zobel, J. (2014). Causes and Correlates of Girls Violence. Third International Conference on Practice Research (Building Bridges Not Pipelines: Promoting Tw-Way Traffic Between Practice and Research) , New York City, New York (Paper Presentation)
Zibalese-Crawford, M. (2013) Using Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) to Address Mental Health Racial and Ethnic Disparities. Health Disparities and Urban Health Care Symposium, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. (Invited workshop)
Zibalese-Crawford, M. & Yoel, J. (2013) How to Merge Community Survey/Walk and Photo Voice into One Simple, Useful Methodology of Community-based Participatory Research (CBPR). Paper presented at the Communal Pathways to Sustainable Living, ICSA, Ecovillage, Scotland. (Invited workshop)
Zibalese-Crawford, M. (2013) Measuring Trends in Youth Well-Being: An Urban Centers Toolbox. Urban Affairs Association 43rd Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA
Zibalese-Crawford, M. (2012) Telling the story community through the Walk/PhotoVoice Process. Paper presented at the HIV/AIDS 2012: The Social Work Response Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Zibalese-Crawford, M. (2011) Girls violence in Philadelphia: A Community Assessment. Women's Health 2011: The 19th Annual Congress, Washington, D.C. (Invited Speaker)
Zibalese-Crawford, M. (2011). Utilizing a Community Collaborative Approach to Enhance Healthy Life- Styles in West Philadelphia. Center for Disease 2011Control Reach Us Conference. (Invited speaker)