Exploring key risk factors of intimate partner violence among chinese college students
The global trend of violence in interpersonal disputes amongst couples is alarming. The literature reveals a need to identify factors that are associated with intimate partner violence (IPV). The identification of factors associated with IPV provide opportunity to develop strategies to minimise the cycle of violence. In our study site, Hong Kong, a predominant patriarchal society may be conducive to the overrepresentation of female victims of IPV. In a traditional Chinese society, women are...[Show more]
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