Application of BASNEF Model in Prediction of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Against Women

  title={Application of BASNEF Model in Prediction of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Against Women},
  author={Zahra Sadat Asadi and Vahideh Moghaddam Hosseini and Masumeh Hashemian and Arash Akaberi},
  journal={Asian Women},
Although some studies have been carried out about Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) in Iran, little is still known about some predictors such as attitudes, subjective norms and other factors in IPV. Intimate partner violence refers to behaviors that harm physically, socially, and psychologically, including physical aggression, sexual coercion, psychological abuse, and controlling behaviors. In order to understand the factors that contribute to IPV with the ultimate goal of conducting primary… 

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