Japanese Women’s Perceptions of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)

@article{Nagae2010JapaneseWP,
  title={Japanese Women’s Perceptions of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)},
  author={Miyoko Nagae and Barbara L. Dancy},
  journal={Journal of Interpersonal Violence},
  year={2010},
  volume={25},
  pages={753 - 766}
}
  • M. Nagae, B. Dancy
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of Interpersonal Violence
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a problem in Japan. The purpose is to describe IPV as perceived by a purposive sample of 11 Japanese adult females who were in a heterosexual marriage at the time of IPV. We used a cross-sectional, retroactive, qualitative description research design with individual, fact-to-face in depth interviews. At the time of the interview, the women had a mean age of 38 years and at the time of the IPV, a mean age of 28 years. Data were analyzed using the directed… Expand
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