Community-based Norms about Intimate Partner Violence: Putting Attributions of Fault and Responsibility into Context

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Fault and responsibility are key concepts in understanding how victims and assailants are, or are not, held accountable by society. We used a fractional factorial vignette design with a community-residing sample of 3,679 adults to examine judgments about intimate partner violence (IPV). Although fault, or causal responsibility, was assigned most often to… (More)

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@inproceedings{Taylor2015CommunitybasedNA, title={Community-based Norms about Intimate Partner Violence: Putting Attributions of Fault and Responsibility into Context}, author={Catherine A. Taylor and Susan B. Sorenson and Richie Cole and Charles Hall and Alva Moreno and Nilda Rimonte and Rosario Roberts}, year={2015} }