Iratzoqui, Amaia (2016). The overlap of domestic violence across the life course. 2016 Add Health Users Conference.
The transmission of domestic violence is traditionally viewed within a framework of a cycle of violence, examined in terms of the connection between (1) child abuse victimization to child abuse perpetration, (2) domestic violence within the home (including victimization of the child) to the risk for subsequent violent behavior, including the perpetration of intimate partner violence, or (3) the experience of child abuse to the continued risk for victimization, both generally and within intimate relationships. The current research merges each of these three perspectives to examine the overlap of domestic violence across the life course across three waves of the Add Health data, from abuse in childhood to child abuse perpetration in adulthood, and the connection between these behaviors and adolescent dating and adult intimate partner victimization.
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