Douglas A Brownridge
Affiliation: University of Manitoba
- The elevated risk for non-lethal post-separation violence in Canada: a comparison of separated, divorced, and married womenDouglas A Brownridge
Department of Family Social Sciences, University of Manitoba, Canada
J Interpers Violence 23:117-35. 2008..This suggested that post-separation violence is a complex phenomenon the dynamics of which can be affected by much more than domination and ownership...
- Double jeopardy?: Violence against immigrant women in CanadaDouglas A Brownridge
Department of Family Studies, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
Violence Vict 17:455-71. 2002..Implications for future research are identified...
- Does the situational couple violence- intimate terrorism typology explain cohabitors' high risk of intimate partner violence?Douglas A Brownridge
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
J Interpers Violence 25:1264-83. 2010....
- The high risk of IPV against Canadian women with disabilitiesDouglas A Brownridge
Department of Family Social Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
Med Sci Monit 14:PH27-32. 2008....
- Male partner violence against women in stepfamilies: an analysis of risk and explanations in the Canadian milieuDouglas A Brownridge
Department of Family Social Sciences, 35 Chancellor s Circle, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3T 2N2
Violence Vict 19:17-36. 2004..Rather, a combination of elements from all explanations is required to account for the higher odds of violence against women in stepfamilies...
- Pregnancy and intimate partner violence: risk factors, severity, and health effectsDouglas A Brownridge
Department of Family Social Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Violence Against Women 17:858-81. 2011..e., repeated and severe violence), suggesting that victims who experience violence during pregnancy may be more likely to be in a current intimate relationship with an abuser who inflicts repeated and severe IPV...
- Partner violence against women with disabilities: prevalence, risk, and explanationsDouglas A Brownridge
Department of Family Social Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
Violence Against Women 12:805-22. 2006..Stakeholders must recognize the problem of partner violence against women with disabilities, and efforts to address patriarchal domination and male sexual proprietariness appear crucial to reducing their risk of partner violence...
- The relationship of gambling to intimate partner violence and child maltreatment in a nationally representative sampleTracie O Afifi
Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Manitoba, Canada
J Psychiatr Res 44:331-7. 2010..The results were attenuated when adjusted for lifetime mental disorders. These findings can be used as evidence-based research to inform healthy public gambling polices and inform prevention and intervention efforts...
- The elevated risk for violence against cohabiting women: a comparison of three nationally representative surveys of CanadaDouglas A Brownridge
Department of Family Social Sciences at University of Manitoba
Violence Against Women 14:809-32. 2008..Results suggested that rates of violence in cohabiting and marital unions should eventually converge...
- Maternal and paternal depressive symptoms and child maladjustment: the mediating role of parental behaviorFrank J Elgar
Department of Psychology, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
J Abnorm Child Psychol 35:943-55. 2007..Interventions for parents whose symptoms of depression interfere with parenting responsibilities could help reduce the risk of some childhood disorders...