Separation/Divorce Sexual Assault: The Current State of Social Scientific Knowledge
DeKeseredy, W (2004) Separation/Divorce Sexual Assault: The Current State of Social Scientific Knowledge. Aggression and Violent Behaviour: A Review Journal, 9(6), pp. 675-691.
Many contend that the logical solution to woman abuse in marriage/cohabitation is for women to exit through legal separation, divorce, or other means. However, a growing body of empirical work shows that separation or divorce does not necessarily solve the problem of woman abuse. For example, in addition to experiencing lethal or nonlethal forms of physical violence and psychological abuse, many women who try to leave, or who have left their male partners, are sexually assaulted. The main objective of this paper is to critically review the extant empirical and theoretical work on separation/divorcesexual assault. Suggestions for future research and theorizing are also provided.
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