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Exploring Factors Associated with Intimate Partner Violence Survivors’ Use of Financial Safety Planning Strategies

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posted on 2022-01-21, 23:22 authored by Laura JohnsonLaura Johnson, Kristina Nikolova, Gretchen L. Hoge, Judy L. Postmus

The purpose of this study was to explore financial strategies intimate partner violence (IPV) survivors undertake when engaging in safety planning and to examine the relationship between these strategies and various survivor characteristics. As part of the cross-sectional study, a total of 425 female survivors of IPV were surveyed. To examine the relationship between financial safety planning strategies and participants’ demographic characteristics, abuse experiences, and financial knowledge, binomial logistic regression analyses were conducted. Factors associated with financial safety planning varied by strategy; ethnicity and nativity were often significantly associated. Implications for practice and areas for future research are discussed.


Testing and Validating Financial Measures with IPV Survivors

National Institute of Justice

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The authors declare no conflicts of interest.

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  • United States

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  • Higher Education Faculty 4-yr College

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Temple University

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  • Yes

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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey's Institutional Review Board approved all research protocols.

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