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Record ID: 44b4143b-0f64-4094-a336-b4c121c638c2
Type: Journal Article
Title: Risk factors for femicide in abusive relationships: results from a multisite case control study
Other Titles: American journal of public health
Authors: Webster, Daniel
Koziol-Mclain, Jane
Campbell, Jacquelyn C
Keywords: Stalking;Pregnancy;Homicide;Drug and alcohol misuse;Risk factors
Year: 2003
Publisher: American Public Health Association
Citation: 93 (7), July 2003
Notes:  Outlines the methodology and findings of a research project that examined intimate partner femicide statistics across eleven U.S. cities in order to establish key risk factors. A range of triggers and/or indicators is identified, including previous violence, threats, use of weapons, stalking behaviour, increased frequency/severity of violence, pregnancy, use of alcohol/drugs and jealousy. Suggests that medical and legal professionals need to become more aware of various risk factors and develop service responses accordingly.
URI: https://anrows.intersearch.com.au/anrowsjspui/handle/1/16734
ISSN: 0090-0036
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