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Violence against women is a significant public health issue. One form of violence against women, intimate partner abuse or domestic violence, is prevalent in Australia. In this article, we summarise the main theoretical and methodological debates informing prevalence research in this area. We explain why studies finding equivalent victimisation and perpetration rates between the sexes are conceptually and methodologically flawed and why coercion and control are fundamental to the definition anddoi:10.1111/j.1467-842x.2001.tb00311.x pmid:11824982 fatcat:twpmdeqz5zb6pkjpuldwbqbdf4