Kerem Selimoglu

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OBJECTIVE To explore the prevalence, type, frequency and causes of domestic marital violence among Turkish women in a socio-economically developed metropolitan setting. METHODS A cross-sectional study was performed in 2003. All married women, aged 18 years and over, who were visiting any of the 50 primary health care units for different purposes were(More)
OBJECTIVES With this study we attempt to explore the reality of domestic violence, its prevalence, type and frequency among a group of Turkish women. METHODS This study was performed between October 2000 and May 2001 in the fourth largest city in Turkey. All women over the age of 15, who visited any of 50 health centres in different districts for(More)
The objectives of this cross-sectional, descriptive, questionnaire study were to explore men’s attitudes toward wife beating and examine the possible predictors. A total of 1,150 married men aged 18 and up, who had received primary health care in a defined period were the participants. The lifetime prevalence of wife beating was 29.0%. Of the men studied,(More)
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