2013

When Does Intimate Partner Violence Continue after Separation?

Särtryck nr 2013:48

Författare: Petra Ornstein och Johanna RickneÅr: 2013 Publikation: Violence Against Women Årgång (nr): 19 (5) Sidor: 617–633
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Over their lifetime, approximately 10% of all women become victims of postseparation stalking or assault. We use a nationally representative survey of separated Swedish women to examine whether men who strive to control their partners during their relationships are more likely to stalk or assault their ex-partners after separation. The empirical analysis shows that basic measures of control behaviors explain 18% of the variance in stalking victimization and 8% of the assault victimization. Moreover, the predictive values of our measures of control by far surpass those of other common risk markers included in the analysis.


Referens:
Ornstein, Petra och Johanna Rickne (2013), "When Does Intimate Partner Violence Continue after Separation?". Violence Against Women 19(5), 617–633.

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