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Published on May 16, 2013
In this video interview clip, John Hamel, Editor-in-Chief of the journal Partner Abuse, and PASK Director, summarizes PASK's key findings and what policy and intervention implications these findings recommend.
About PASK: The Partner Abuse State of Knowledge project, or PASK, is the most comprehensive review of the scholarly domestic violence research literature ever conducted. The unprecedented study spanned three years, was conducted by 42 scholars at 20 universities and research centers, and includes information on 17 areas of domestic violence research. It affirms, among other things, that women perpetrate physical and emotional abuse at comparable rates to men. PASK findings were printed in special issues of Partner Abuse.
For more information, visit the journal's webpage at http://www.springerpub.com/product/19..., or visit the world's largest domestic violence research database at www.domesticviolenceresearch.org for free access to thousands of pages summarizing 1,700 peer-reviewed studies.