Prevalence and perception of Intimate partner violence (IPV) Northeastern of Thailand. ความชุกและการรับรู้ความรุนแรงในคู่ครองภาคตะวันออกเฉียงเหนือ
Keywords:intimate partner violence, prevalence, coping
AbstractThe purpose of this study was to investigate the prevalence, perception on characteristic of violence and to describe the coping strategies of the victims. Survey by interviewing the 401 women were performed. The study tool was developed by the researchers and the reliability was accepted with Cronbach alpha coefﬁciency of 0.92. Data were statistic analyzed through the frequency distribution, mean, mode, ANOVA, F-test. Then in-depth interview the victim and focus group the personal to understand the phenomena. The results showed, that there were 76.6% report violence. The level of violence shown as 4 level of perception ; 1)mild violence 47.4% 2) moderate violence 64.8% 3) violence threaten 51.4%, 4) severe threaten 38.4%. Most of Coping behaviors used was try to control emotion. The level of family relationship was factor related to percept vio lence against wife with statistic signiﬁcantly (F=5.21, p=.00).
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