Understanding Financial Literacy with Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence

@inproceedings{Postmus2011UnderstandingFL,
  title={Understanding Financial Literacy with Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence},
  author={Judy L. Postmus},
  year={2011}
}
Of the many forms of abuse experienced by survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV), physical, sexual, and psychological abuse are the most commonly identified and understood by advocates, researchers, and policy makers. Yet an abuser may also use economic abuse to control his1 partner by denying or hampering her ability to become economically self-sufficient (Adams, Sullivan, Bybee, & Greeson, 2008; Fawole, 2008; Postmus, Plummer, McMahon, Murshid, & Kim, in press). Because IPV survivors… CONTINUE READING

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