Suffering in silence: consequences of sexual violence within marriage among young women in Nepal
- Sexual Violence Towards Married Women in Bangladesh. Naved, Ruchira // Archives of Sexual Behavior;May2013, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p595
This article explored the magnitude and nature of within marriage sexual violence against women and factors associated with physically forced sex by husbands in urban and rural Bangladesh using population-based survey data from 2001 ( n = 2,702). Results showed high prevalence of lifetime sexual...
- Bangladesh: acid-burn case awaits ruling. Sweeney, Kate; Myers-Spiers, Rebecca // Off Our Backs;Jul2000, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p4
Reports on a village court's ruling in case against villager Mohammed Rakimuddin who was tried for burning a married woman's face with acid in Gosarigaon, Bangladesh.
- Individual and Contextual Determinants of Domestic Violence in North India. Koenig, Michael A.; Ahmed, Saifuddin; Stephenson, Rob; Jejeebhoy, Shireen J.; Campbell, Jacquelyn // American Journal of Public Health;Jan2006, Vol. 96 Issue 1, p132
Objectives. We examined individual- and community-level influences on domestic violence in Uttar Pradesh, North India. Methods. Multilevel modeling was used to explore domestic violence outcomes among a sample of 4520 married men. Results. Recent physical and sexual domestic violence was...
- The Abstinence Violation Effect: Investigating Lapse and Relapse Phenomena using the Relapse Prevention Model with Domestically Violent Men. King, Lucy L.; Polaschek, Devon L. L. // New Zealand Journal of Psychology;Dec2003, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p67
Despite the influence of the Relapse Prevention (RP) model on understanding offence processes, there has been little research on its key components. This study sets out to replicate research by Ward and colleagues (1994, 1995) with child sex offenders, on one aspect of the RP model - the...
- Dyadic Adjustment as a Mediator of the Relationship between Attachment, Attributional Style, and Violence in Male Batterers. Brisebois, Hélène; Bélanger, Claude; Léger-Bélanger, Marie-Pier; Lamontagne, Valérie // World Academy of Science, Engineering & Technology;Jun2010, Issue 42, p221
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- Polyvictimization by Dating Partners and Mental Health Among U.S. College Students. Sabina, Chiara; Straus, Murray A. // Violence & Victims;Dec2008, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p667
Studies on mental health effects of partner violence often ignore multiple victimizations or polyvictimization. The current study had several objectives: (a) examine the rate of physical, psychological, and sexual victimization and combinations of them (polyvictimization) among a sample of...
- Effective HIV prevention requires gender-transformative work with men. Dunkle, Kristin L.; Jewkes, Rachel // Sexually Transmitted Infections;Jun2007, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p173
The editorial comments on findings from Bangladesh which show that men who have perpetrated physical or sexual violence against their wives in the past 12 months are more likely to report extramarital sex and sexually transmitted infections (STI) symptoms or diagnosis within the same period. The...
- Domestic Violence Behaviors between Spouses in Thailand. Kasetchai Laeheem; Kettawa Boonprakarn // Asian Social Science;Aug2014, Vol. 10 Issue 16, p152
This article aims to review concepts, theories, and research reports related to domestic violence between spouses in Thailand, especially its meanings, types, causes, and effects. It is a documentary research, which concludes descriptive analysis to obtain a body of knowledge using a holistic...
- Partner Violence Elevates The Risk of HIV Infection For South African Women. MacLean, R. // International Family Planning Perspectives;Sep2004, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p148
Discusses the findings of a study about the association between partner violence and risk of HIV infection among women in South Africa. Physical or sexual abuse; Prevalence of sexual risk factors; Sexual risk behaviors.