Courtship violence and sex-typing.
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Masculinity was not related to how long a woman stayed with a violent partner. Attempts to distinguish women who have experienced courtship violence from those who have not based on their sex role characteristics have been unsuccessful. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Billingham, R. Courtship violence: The patterns of conflict resolution strategies across seven levels of emotional commitment.
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About this article Cite this article Flynn, C. Scanzoni, J. Sex roles, family and society: The seventies and beyond. References Ball, D. Google Scholar Bem, S. Google Scholar Bernard, J. Google Scholar Bernard, M. Google Scholar Billingham, R. Google Scholar DeMaris, A. Google Scholar Flynn, C. Google Scholar Makepeace, J.
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This study examined the impact of a woman's sex role attributes masculinity and attitudes modernity on the length of time she remained with a former premarital partner after his first use of violence against her. Makepeace, J.
Social factor and victim-offender differences in courtship violence. Flynn, C. Relationship violence: A model for family professionals.
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Rent this article via DeepDyve. Reprints and Permissions. A further descriptive analysis suggested that this relationship may hold only for women who had experienced just one episode of violence.
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Sex roles and women's response to courtship violence
A possible explanation for this failure is that sex roles may better explain a woman's response to violence than predict her victimization. Abstract Attempts to distinguish women who have experienced courtship violence from those who have not based on their sex role characteristics have been unsuccessful. Sex roles and women's response to courtship violence. Ball, D.
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