Gender Differences in Intimate Partner Violence Victimization, Help-Seeking, And Outcomes Among College Students

  title={Gender Differences in Intimate Partner Violence Victimization, Help-Seeking, And Outcomes Among College Students},
  author={Hyunkag Cho and Jisuk Seon and Ga-Young Choi and Soonok An and Ilan Kwon and Yoon Joon Choi and Seunghye Hong and Jungeun Olivia Lee and Esther Son and Sung Hyun Yun},
  journal={Advances in social work},
Many college students experience intimate partner violence (IPV). Although receiving help from formal and informal sources may ameliorate possible negative impacts of IPV victimization, the outcomes of help-seeking are not always positive. This study used survey data collected at six universities across the United States (U.S.) to examine gender differences in IPV, help-seeking, and its outcomes (n=3,070). Major variables included IPV victimization, IPV consequences, help-seeking, and outcomes… 
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