Jun 01, 2012
Amanda Berger,
Jennifer Manlove,
Elizabeth Wildsmith,
Nicole R. Steward-Streng

The prevalence of violence in romantic relationships is difficult to measure. In part, this reflects the fact that men and women who experience violence in their relationships may be reluctant to report these acts because they want to protect a partner; they may assume that nothing can be done to prevent future violent acts; and they may fear retaliation.

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Amanda Berger
Jennifer Manlove
Elizabeth Wildsmith
Nicole R. Steward-Streng