Cross-national and multilevel correlates of partner violence: an analysis of data from population-based surveys

by Lori L Heise and Andreas Kotsadam
Lancet Glob Health 2015;3: e332–40

9 pp. 105 kB
http://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/langlo/PIIS2214-109X(15)00013-3.pdfedch-3-6_2_resize

Effective and scalable interventions to reduce intimate partner violence remain scarce, and questions remain about what drives individual violence and why prevalence differs across settings and countries. The study is a major advance in the understanding of worldwide intimate partner violence. This analysis of data from 44 countries suggests that gender inequality at the macro-level (i.e., country-level) serves as a key driver in women’s individual risk of violence and provides insight into why prevalence of intimate partner violence varies across countries.

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