THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
YOUR HEALTH | 20 to 29

Asking the Abuser

Most domestic violence surveys talk to female victims. A BU researcher surveyed men instead.

By Brian Kladko
December 4, 2005

E-mail this article

Invalid E-mail address
Invalid E-mail address

Sending your article

Your article has been sent.

Text size +

There is no shortage of studies documenting abuse of women by their male partners, whether through violence, forced sex, or shunning condoms. Almost all of the evidence, however, comes from surveys of women. Boston University's Anita Raj thought it was time to ask the men. The associate professor at Boston University's School of Public Health polled 283 men at a ... (Full article: 833 words)

This article is available in our archives:

Globe Subscribers

FREE for subscribers

Subscribers to the Boston Globe get unlimited access to our archives.

Not a subscriber?

Non-Subscribers

Purchase an electronic copy of the full article. Learn More

  • $9.95 1 month archives pass
  • $24.95 3 months archives pass
  • $74.95 1 year archives pass