Intimate partner violence among male and female Russian university students
This article reports data from three Russian sites of the International Dating Violence Study. Using a sample of 338 university students (54% female) from three Russian university sites, four different types of partner violence are examined: physical assault, physical injury, sexual coercion, and psychological aggression. High prevalence rates were found for all types of violence, aggression, and coercion. Consistent with previous research, male and female students were about equally likely to be victims and perpetrators of all violent and aggressive actions. Recommendations for prevention are made in the conclusions.
Lysova A.V., Douglas E.M. (2008). Intimate partner violence among male and female Russian university students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 23(11), 1579-1599. https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260508314320
Virtual Commons Citation
Lysova, A. V. and Douglas, Emily M. (2008). Intimate partner violence among male and female Russian university students. In Social Work Faculty Publications. Paper 5.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/socialwork_fac/5