Coping Strategies Utilized by South Asian Survivors of Intimate Partner ViolenceExplorations – The Journal of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creativity at Wright State
AbstractThis study is based upon exploring the coping strategies utilized by South Asian immigrant women who have experienced intimate partner violence. All participants are from South Asia, which includes the countries of India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Maldives and Sri Lanka. In-depth telephone and face-to-face interviews are conducted with the participants from the Greater Cincinnati and Columbus area. Referrals for the current study are received from a South Asian organization catering to this specific ethnic population and a couple of mainstream women's organizations. So far seven in-depth interviews have been conducted. Due to the sensitive nature of the issue there are challenges in recruiting women. This study is currently on going and will hopefully help plan a program or agency that can better provide the services for South Asian women who are involved in intimate partner violence.
Citation InformationNicole Gaige and Shreya Bhandari. "Coping Strategies Utilized by South Asian Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence"
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/shreya_bhandari/30/