Violence against women by male partners and against children within the family: prevalence, associated factors, and intergenerational transmission in Romania, a cross-sectional study

@inproceedings{Rada2014ViolenceAW,
  title={Violence against women by male partners and against children within the family: prevalence, associated factors, and intergenerational transmission in Romania, a cross-sectional study},
  author={Cornelia Rada},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Domestic violence is a public health problem with negative consequences. We aimed to determine the prevalence of violence between parents and by parents against children, types of intimate partner violence against women, the intergenerational transmission of violence, and to identify a profile of beliefs and judgements regarding violent behaviour. METHODS The data used for this article were sourced from three cross-sectional studies performed in Romania in 2009-2011. We sampled 869… CONTINUE READING
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