NVAWSNational Violence Against Women Survey
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Subsequent to the Johnson and NVAWS studies, research has proliferated within the typologies/asymmetry framework.
Some of this research comes from interest in the increasing numbers of women mandated to batterer intervention programs (BIP), a consequence of mandatory arrest policies (Mills, 2003), while some has come from follow-up studies of Johnson's typologies and re-analyses of the NVAWS data.
This means that men represent fully 40 percent of intimate terrorism victims (an underestimation considering the study's methodology, akin to the NVAWS study in that its questionnaire framed IPV in terms of personal safety rather than conflict, thus suppressing male victimization rates) and "the inadequate assessment of controlling behaviors suffered by men" (Laroche, 2005, p.
In the NVAWS (Tjaden et al., 2000), 3.8 percent of the men reported to having been raped the previous year.
(2002) reanalyzed data from the National Violence Against Women Survey (NVAWS) (6,790 women and 7,122 men) to assess associations between physical, sexual, and psychological abuse, and current and long-term physical and psychological effects in men and women.