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ArtikelViolent Victimization And Women's Mental And Physical Health : Evidence From A National Sample  
Oleh: Kaukinen, Catherine ; Maris, Alfred de
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency (http://jrc.sagepub.com/) vol. 42 no. 4 (Nov. 2005), page 384-411.
Topik: EVIDENCE; violence against women; child abuse; depression
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    • Nomor Panggil: JJ95.6
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Isi artikelThis study employs a sample of 7,700 women drawn from the survey of violence and threats of violence against women and men in the united states 1994 to 1996 to test hypotheses regarding the effects of violent victimization on women's mental and physical health. Violent victimization consisted of physical and sexual assaults, the life course stage in which victimization first occured, and the nature of the victim - offender relationship. Outcome variables were depressive symptomatology, concern for current safety, self - assessed health, and the occurence of heavy episodic drinking. Findings suggesteed that physical and sexual - asssault victimization had only modest effects on health outcomes, with the severity of physical assault having the most consistent association with poor health. The victim - offender relationship appeared most important for depressive symptomatology, with more symptoms being reported when the offender was someone known to the victim. No evidence was found that assaults first occuring in say childhood or adolescence, were more consequential for health than those first occuring in adulthood. The experience of child matreatment appeared to be as important as other forms of victimization in presaging poor health outcomes.
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