Du Mont, J., Miller, K-L., & White, D. (2007). Social workers perspectives on victim impact statements in cases of sexual assault in Canada. Women and Criminal Justice, 18(3), 1-23.
Du Mont, J., Forte, T., & Badgley, R.F. (2007). Judicial sentencing in Canadian adolescent and adult sexual assault cases: Does the punishment fit the crime? Medicine and Law, 26(4), 747-768.
Parnis, D., & Du Mont, J. (2006). Symbolic power and the institutional response to rape: Uncovering the cultural dynamics of a forensic technology. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 43(1), 73-93.
Du Mont, J., & Parnis, D. (2004). The doctor’s dilemma: Caregiving and medicolegal evidence collection. Medicine and Law, 23(3), 515-529.
Du Mont, J. (2003). Charging and sentencing in sexual assault cases: An exploratory examination. Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, 15(2), 305-343.
Du Mont, J., Miller, K-L., & Myhr, T.L. (2003). The role of “real rape” and “real victim” stereotypes in police reporting practices of sexually assaulted women. Violence Against Women, 9(4), 466-486.
Parnis, D., & Du Mont, J. (2002). Examining the standardized application of rape kits: An exploratory study of post sexual assault professional practices. Health Care for Women International, 23(8), 846-853.
McGregor, M. J., Du Mont, J., & Myhr, T.L. (2002). Sexual assault forensic medical examination: Is evidence related to successful prosecution? Annals of Emergency Medicine, 39(6), 639-647.
Du Mont, J., & Parnis, D. (2001). Constructing bodily evidence through Sexual Assault Evidence Kits. The Griffith Law Review, 10(1), 63-76.
Du Mont, J., McGregor, M.J., Myhr, T.L., & Miller, K-L. (2000). Predicting legal outcomes from medicolegal findings: An examination of sexual assault in two jurisdictions. Journal of Women’s Health and Law, 1(3), 219-233.
Du Mont, J., & Parnis, D. (2000). Sexual assault and legal resolution: Querying the medical collection of forensic evidence. Medicine and Law, 19(4), 779-792.
Du Mont, J., & Parnis, D. (1999). Judging women: The pernicious effects of rape mythology. Canadian Woman Studies, 19(1 & 2), 102-109.
Parnis, D., & Du Mont, J. (1999). Rape laws and rape processing: The contradictory nature of corroboration. Canadian Woman Studies, 19(1 & 2), 74-78.