POLYGAMY AND WIFE ABUSE: A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF MUSLIM WOMEN IN AMERICA

@article{HassounehPhillips2001POLYGAMYAW,
  title={POLYGAMY AND WIFE ABUSE: A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF MUSLIM WOMEN IN AMERICA},
  author={D. Hassouneh-Phillips},
  journal={Health Care for Women International},
  year={2001},
  volume={22},
  pages={735 - 748}
}
  • D. Hassouneh-Phillips
  • Published 2001
  • Medicine
  • Health Care for Women International
  • Improving health outcomes for abused women requires that service providers know how to intervene with women from diverse cultural backgrounds living in a variety of family structures. Because little is known about the growing and diverse American Muslim population, the investigator examined the lived experiences of abused American Muslim women. Using an adaptation of interpretive phenomenology, data were collected from 17 American Muslim women from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Findings… CONTINUE READING

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