Which Women are More Likely to be Abused? Public Housing, Cohabitation and Separated/Divorced Women.
DeKeseredy, W (2008) Which Women are More Likely to be Abused? Public Housing, Cohabitation and Separated/Divorced Women. Criminal Justice Studies: a critical journal of crime, law and society, 21, pp. 283-293.
Data collected at Canadian public housing estates in eastern Ontario are used here to analyze two hypotheses. Overall these women report more violence than do otherwise situated women in other general surveys. More specifically, complex theoretical models were designed to generate two hypotheses for further analysis: First, that separated/divorced women are more likely to be abused within public housing than married women. Second, that cohabiting women will report violence victimization at a higher rate than separated, divorced, or married women. Some support for both hypotheses were found, and the theoretical models are used to discuss these findings.
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