Spousal Homicide Risk and Estrangement

@article{Wilson1993SpousalHR,
  title={Spousal Homicide Risk and Estrangement},
  author={M. Wilson and M. Daly},
  journal={Violence and Victims},
  year={1993},
  volume={8},
  pages={16 - 3}
}
  • M. Wilson, M. Daly
  • Published 1993
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Violence and Victims
  • Frequencies of homicide victimization of wives and husbands, while cohabiting and when separated, are reported for all spousal homicides known to the police in Canada (1974-1990), in New South Wales, Australia (1968-1986), and in Chicago (1965-1990). In all three data sets, the degree to which spousal homicide victimization was female-biased was significantly greater when the couple were estranged than when they were coresiding. Victim counts and population-at-large estimates of coresiding and… CONTINUE READING
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