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Prevalence of dating partner violence and suicidal ideation among male and female university students worldwide.
This paper presents findings from the International Dating Violence study regarding the prevalence of physical assault, sexual coercion, and suicidal ideation among university students and exploresExpand
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Gender differences in self-reports of intimate partner violence: A review
Past studies on intimate partner violence (IPV) have revealed mixed findings about its prevalence across gender. Some support gender symmetry in IPV, such that men and women are equally likely toExpand
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Victimization and poly-victimization among school-aged Chinese adolescents: prevalence and associations with health.
OBJECTIVE Given the limited number of systematic studies on child victimization in China, this study aimed to investigate the prevalence of child victimization and poly-victimization, and to examineExpand
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Prevalence and correlates of intimate partner violence among older Chinese couples in Hong Kong
ABSTRACT Background: This study examined the prevalence and risk factors for intimate partner violence (IPV) among Chinese older couples in Hong Kong. Methods: A population representative sample wasExpand
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Comparison of Parent and Child Reports on Child Maltreatment in a Representative Household Sample in Hong Kong
  • K. L. Chan
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Family Violence
  • 28 December 2011
This study investigated and compared the rates of child maltreatment as reported by parents and children. Self-reports of 1,093 children aged 12 to 18, which were matched with both parents’ records,Expand
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Correlates of In-Law Conflict and Intimate Partner Violence Against Chinese Pregnant Women in Hong Kong
This study examines correlates of in-law conflict with intimate partner violence (IPV) against pregnant women in a cohort of Chinese pregnant women who visited antenatal clinics in Hong Kong. ThisExpand
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The Chinese concept of face and violence against women
English The study examines the Chinese face embedded in marital violence. Results from the analysis of male batterers showed that the stronger the faceorientation, the greater the masculine genderExpand
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Gender Symmetry in the Self-Reporting of Intimate Partner Violence
  • K. L. Chan
  • Medicine
  • Journal of interpersonal violence
  • 1 January 2012
Research has not conclusively determined whether men and women are equally likely to commit intimate partner violence (IPV). One explanation for the disparity in previous findings may be gender-basedExpand
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Child maltreatment polyvictimization: Rates and short-term effects on adjustment in a representative Hong Kong sample
Objective: This article examines the unique effects of multiple forms of victimization, namely child abuse and neglect (CAN) and exposure to parental intimate partner violence (IPV), on children'sExpand
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The differential effects of intimate terrorism and situational couple violence on mental health outcomes among abused Chinese women: a mixed-method study
BackgroundDistinctions have been made between the two main forms of intimate partner violence: intimate terrorism (IT) and situational couple violence (SCV), depending on whether the violence is partExpand
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