The impact of structural disadvantage on the gender-gap and sex-specific rates of nonlethal violent victimization - Powers RA, Chamberlain AW, Boggess LN.

This study examined the gendered impact of structural disadvantage and economic inequality on two forms of nonlethal victimization (assault and robbery). Compared with research on the gendered impact of structural disadvantage on perpetration, few studies ...
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