Leave or stay? Battered women's decision after intimate partner violence.

@article{Kim2008LeaveOS,
  title={Leave or stay? Battered women's decision after intimate partner violence.},
  author={Jinseok Kim and Karen A Gray},
  journal={Journal of interpersonal violence},
  year={2008},
  volume={23 10},
  pages={1465-82}
}
Battered women's reasons for staying with or leaving their male partners are varied and complex. Using data from the Domestic Violence Experience in Omaha, Nebraska, a discrete-time hazard model was employed to examine a woman's decision based on four factors: financial independence, witness of parental violence, psychological factors, and the police response to the domestic violence call. Findings regarding the first three factors are consistent with previous findings. However, a negative… CONTINUE READING

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