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Getting Out of Harm's Way: One-Year Outcomes for Abused Women in a Vietnamese Immigrant Enclave.
Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Violence Against Women vol. 14 no. 12 (Dec. 2008)
The study identifies predictors of women’s remaining entangled in abusive relationships. The sample includes 57 women in one Vietnamese American enclave. Women’s beliefs in maintaining an intact family, patriarchal decision making, and fear of their partners characterized women remaining. To a lesser extent, seeking help from a variety of places characterized women who escaped, and concern with achieving important goals, number of children, financial dependence, lack of support, and legal marriage characterized women who remained. Discussion centers on how social and legal services can meet the unique needs of women with circumstances similar to those who participated in the study.
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