References 1 Walters, M. Police-reporting behavior and victim-police interactions as described by women in a domestic violence shelter. Implicit in this gendered understanding of partner violence is the idea that men and not women should be able to defend themselves against an attacker. The results presented here find lower levels of both physical and sexual IPV than have been shown in previous studies, yet show relatively high levels of reporting of perpetration of IPV. A venue-based method for sampling hard-to-reach populations. The key limitations to the present results are small sample size and possible selection bias in both the decision to complete the questionnaire and the decision to answer the questions on IPV.
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