Male Perpetration of Intimate Partner Violence and Involvement in Abortions and Abortion-Related Conflict
Silverman, Jay G
Decker, Michele R
McCauley, Heather L
Goldberg, Alisa B
American journal of public health 2010 Aug; 100(8): 1415-7
Men aged 18 to 35 years (n = 1318) completed assessments of perpetration of intimate partner violence (IPV), abortion involvement, and conflict regarding decisions to seek abortion. IPV was associated with greater involvement by men in pregnancies ending in abortion and greater conflict regarding decisions to seek abortion. IPV should be considered within family planning and abortion services; policies requiring women to notify or obtain consent of partners before seeking an abortion should be reconsidered; they may facilitate endangerment and coercion regarding such decisions.
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