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Knowledge and Attitude Towards Intimate Partner Violence Among Ever-Married Women
Advanced Journal of Social Science
Effective approaches are needed to address high prevalence of intimate partner violence (IPV) against women in developing countries. Among them, addressing the attitudes of women justifying IPV is crucial. Yet, Sri Lankan studies so far have not adequately examined the community members' knowledge and attitude toward IPV. Hence, this study aimed at i) describing knowledge and attitude towards IPV among women, ii) explore the association of socio-demographic variables with knowledge and attitudedoi:10.21467/ajss.7.1.1-13 fatcat:pcnsbcvxbnbrjob7rrbm266tba