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We consider the broad developments that have occurred over the past decade regarding our knowledge of how neighborhood context impacts intimate partner violence (IPV). Research has broadened the concept of “context” beyond structural features such as economic disadvantage, and extended into relationships among residents, collective “action” behaviors among residents, cultural and gender norms. Additionally, scholars have considered how the built environment might foster (or regulate) IPV. We now know more about the direct, indirect, and moderating ways that communities impact IPV. We encourage additional focus on the policy implications of the research findings.
Wright, E.M., Pinchevsky, G.M., & Xie, M. (2021, January 15). Neighborhoods and intimate partner violence: A decade in review. Feminist Criminology, 16(3), 337-350. https://doi.org/10.1177/15570851209876
This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Sage in [Feminist Criminology] on [January 15, 2021], available online: https://doi.org/10.1177/1557085120987632
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