Coercive Control and Physical Violence in Older Adults: Analysis Using Data From the National Elder Mistreatment Study.

@article{Policastro2017CoerciveCA,
  title={Coercive Control and Physical Violence in Older Adults: Analysis Using Data From the National Elder Mistreatment Study.},
  author={Christina Policastro and Mary A. Finn},
  journal={Journal of interpersonal violence},
  year={2017},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={
          311-330
        }
}
The most common perpetrators of physical violence against women of any age are their intimate partners. Although research on younger adults has recognized that intimate partner violence (IPV) is distinct in etiology, form, and consequence, whether the same is true for older adults has not been adequately studied. The extent and consequences of coercive controlling violence, IPV that involves physical violence coupled with psychological aggression and/or financial abuse, have not been examined… CONTINUE READING
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