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Intimate partner violence during pregnancy

Research objectives: to investigate the social, cultural and gendered power relations underpinning intimate partner violence (IPV) that is initiated during pregnancy; to explore how service providers, perpetrators and survivors understand and deal with the occurrence.

Nature of research: Based in RU Psychology.

Methodology: Collection of data through media sources and interviews with service providers, survivors of IPV and perpetrators (where feasible); narrative and discursive analysis informed by Foucauldian analytics of power.


Last Modified: Thu, 03 Apr 2014 10:40:38 SAST