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No One Type of Intimate Partner Abuse: Exploring Physical and Non-Physical Abuse Among Intimate Partners
  • M. Outlaw
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Family Violence
  • 27 February 2009
Although research into intimate partner abuse has expanded throughout the past several decades and increased our understanding of this multi-faceted phenomenon, the vast majority of empirical work isExpand
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The Control Motive and Marital Violence
The role of the control motive in marital violence is examined using data on current and former marriages from the Survey of Violence and Threats of Violence Against Women and Men. The findingsExpand
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Normative Advice to Campus Crime Victims: Effects of Gender, Age, and Alcohol
Three studies investigated the appropriateness of calling the police as a function of crime, victim, and subject factors. In particular, the studies focused on whether and how the victim’sExpand
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Repeat and Multiple Victimizations: The Role of Individual and Contextual Factors
The present research uses hierarchical modeling to examine the relative contributions of factors about the person, factors about the context, and, most important the interaction of factors about theExpand
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Guardians Against Spousal Violence? A Case for Considering Motive
  • M. Outlaw
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Family Violence
  • 2014
The current study examines the applicability of the routine activity factor, of guardianship, to intimate partner violence. In so doing, it expands the range of routine activity theory to betterExpand
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Predictors and outcomes of victim restitution orders
In the current study we examined adult probation cases in which restitution was or could have been a condition of probation. In particular, we explored the factors related to the imposition of victimExpand
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Realizing the Promise of Restitution
Crime, Law, and Justice
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