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To estimate how many Californians know a victim of domestic violence, to examine their knowledge of certain characteristics of the violence, and to estimate and examine such knowledge among specific demographic groups. A total of 3713 California adults (similar numbers of whites, blacks, Hispanics, Korean Americans, Vietnamese Americans, and other Asian Americans) completed a random-digit-dial interview. Respondents were asked whether a friend, relative, or coworker had been threatened or harmed by an intimate partner. Weights were applied to the cross-sectional sample to obtain estimates for the general population. Descriptive statistics and multivariate regressions were used with the full sample.
Sorenson, S. B., & Taylor, C. A. (2003). Personal Awareness of Domestic Violence: Implications for Health Care Providers. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/spp_papers/33
Date Posted: 21 December 2006
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