Partner Abuse Worldwide

@article{EsquivelSantovea2013PartnerAW,
  title={Partner Abuse Worldwide},
  author={Esteban Eugenio Esquivel-Santove{\~n}a and Teri L. Lambert and John Hamel},
  journal={Partner Abuse},
  year={2013},
  volume={4},
  pages={6 - 75}
}
Research on partner abuse has lagged in much of the world where attention has been on other problems (such as famine and war) and other crimes against women (e.g., honor killings, genital mutilation). We conducted a sweeping review of scholarly articles published in peer-reviewed journals and by government agencies outside of the United States and English-speaking developed nations that provided quantitative data on physical, psychological, and sexual abuse of intimate partners as well as… 

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