Mental Health Effects of Intimate Terrorism and Situational Couple Violence Among Black and Hispanic Women
Abbreviated Journal Title
Violence Against Women
intersectionality; intimate partner violence; race; POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER; PARTNER VIOLENCE; DOMESTIC VIOLENCE; CONFLICT; CONSEQUENCES; SYMMETRY; SCALES; FORMS; Women's Studies
An important aspect of Johnson's intimate terrorism (IT) and situational couple violence (SCV) typology is his assertion that victims experience different negative outcomes depending on which category of violence they endure. Anderson calls for reexamining this typology to highlight the importance of coercive control with or without physical violence present. Similar to most studies, Anderson's research uses a sample that includes mostly White women. The current study employs Anderson's methods and ordinary least squares (OLS) regression analyses, but uses a sample of predominately Black women and Latinas from the 1998 Chicago Women's Health Risk Study.
Violence against Women
"Mental Health Effects of Intimate Terrorism and Situational Couple Violence Among Black and Hispanic Women" (2013). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 3746.