The Voices of Native Hawaiian Women: Perceptions, Responses and Needs Regarding Intimate Partner Violence.

  title={The Voices of Native Hawaiian Women: Perceptions, Responses and Needs Regarding Intimate Partner Violence.},
  author={Mary Frances Mailelauli'i Oneha and Lois Magnussen and Jan Shoultz},
  journal={Californian journal of health promotion},
  volume={8 1},
Using a community based participatory approach, individual interviews and focus groups were conducted with Native Hawaiian women to understand their cultural perceptions, responses, and needs regarding intimate partner violence (IPV). Semi-structured interview guides were used for both interviews. The overriding theme derived from content analysis is that IPV "starts in the home," it is learned in the family and in the community. Visible injuries requiring emergency care is commonly perceived… CONTINUE READING
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