Munich Personal RePEc Archive

Effects of Intimate Partner Violence on General Health Status

Çevik, Tuğçe (2020): Effects of Intimate Partner Violence on General Health Status.

[img]
Preview
PDF
MPRA_paper_101346.pdf

Download (309kB) | Preview

Abstract

The main purpose of this study how intimate partner violence affect women’s health. Negative health consequences to the women directly or indirectly associated with women health. The women who had a romantic relationship in some part of lifetime were selected from the data set using raw data from the Turkish Statistical Institute's “Domestic Violence Survey for women in Turkey in 2008’’. Using ordered regression analyses, associations between age, working status, education, witnessed ipv as a child, abused as a child, relationship status, type of IPV, on women general health status were explored. As a result of analysis all type of violence negatively associate with general health status. Unexpectedly, abuse as child and witnessing to ipv are not statistically significant.

UB_LMU-Logo
MPRA is a RePEc service hosted by
the Munich University Library in Germany.