The Effects of Peer Group Climate on Intimate Partner Violence among Married Male U.S. Army Soldiers

@article{Rosen2003TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Peer Group Climate on Intimate Partner Violence among Married Male U.S. Army Soldiers},
  author={L. Rosen and R. Kaminski and Angela Moore Parmley and K. Knudson and P. Fancher},
  journal={Violence Against Women},
  year={2003},
  volume={9},
  pages={1045 - 1071}
}
This study examined the combined impact of individual-level and group-level variables on self-reported intimate partner violence, operationally defined as mild to severe physical aggression on the Modified Conflict Tactics Scale, among married male U.S. Army soldiers. The sample comprised 713 servicemen from 27 companies stationed at an Army post in the Alaskan interior. Group-level variables were based on individual reports on various dimensions of group climate aggregated at the company level… Expand
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