ASSOCIATED CHARACTERISTICS OF STALKING FOLLOWING THE TERMINATION OF ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS

@inproceedings{Roberts2005ASSOCIATEDCO,
  title={ASSOCIATED CHARACTERISTICS OF STALKING FOLLOWING THE TERMINATION OF ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS},
  author={Karl Anton Roberts},
  year={2005}
}
This study investigated stalking by former romantic partners. It aimed to identify characteristics of relationships differentiating stalking from other post relationship experiences (harassment or no-harassment). A self-report questionnaire completed by 305 female undergraduates assessed experiences during and following termination of the relationship. Of the participants, 34.4% were classified as victims of stalking, 32.1% as having suffered post relationship harassment and 33.4% as having… CONTINUE READING

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