Based on a secondary analysis of married female respondents (n=3191) to the National Survey of Families and Households, Wave II (NSFH2), this research explores the effects of economic factors and race on intimate partner violence and conflict. Findings from OLS and logistic regression analyses are presented, along with implications for social work practice.
Collier-Tenison, S. (2003). Economic factors in intimate partner conflict and violence (CSD Working Paper No. 03-11). St. Louis, MO: Washington University, Center for Social Development.
partner violence, gender, secondary data, financial stress, economic empowerment, asset ownership
Collier-Tenison, Shannon, "Economic Factors in Intimate Partner Conflict and Violence" (2003). Center for Social Development Research. 189.