Intimate Partner Violence and Health Status among Older Women

@inproceedings{Mouton2003IntimatePV,
  title={Intimate Partner Violence and Health Status among Older Women},
  author={Charles P. Mouton},
  year={2003}
}
As the baby boomer generation ages, there are more than 18 million women older than 65 (13.4% of the female population in the United States). More than 41% of these women remain in intimate relationships with their partner and thus become vulnerable to intimate partner violence (IPV). This group of women represents a unique group in the violence literature. Most of this literature has focused on IPV in women of childbearing age. What happens to these women and their relationships as they age… CONTINUE READING

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