Patriarchal ideology and wife-assault: A meta-analytic review

@article{Sugarman2006PatriarchalIA,
  title={Patriarchal ideology and wife-assault: A meta-analytic review},
  author={David B. Sugarman and Susan Frankel},
  journal={Journal of Family Violence},
  year={2006},
  volume={11},
  pages={13-40}
}
Using the framework of patriarchal theory, the present meta-analytic review examined the predicted relation between wife assault and the maintenance of a patriarchal ideology. This relationship was evaluated using three measures of patriarchal ideology: (1) attitudes toward violence, (2) gender attitudes, and (3) gender schemas. Overall, assaultive husbands reported more positive attitudes toward marital violence and lower scores on masculine and feminine gender schema scales than nonassaultive… 
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