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Citation

Espinoza G, Hokoda A, Ulloa EC, Ulibarri MD, Castaneda D. J. Aggression Maltreat. Trauma 2012; 21(7): 721-738.

Affiliation

University of California, Los Angeles.

Copyright

(Copyright © 2012, Informa - Taylor and Francis Group)

DOI

10.1080/10926771.2012.703289

PMID

23277734

Abstract

Teen relationship violence is a global phenomenon associated with adverse outcomes. As in other countries, teen relationship violence is of concern in Mexico. However, few studies have examined the risk and protective factors of teen relationship violence among Mexican adolescents. The current study examined whether patriarchal beliefs and exposure to authoritarian parenting among Mexican adolescents are associated with perpetration and victimization of physical and verbal-emotional teen relationship violence. Two hundred and four students (15 - 18 years old) from Monterrey, Mexico completed questionnaires. Hierarchical regression analyses controlling for age revealed that among girls, authoritarian parenting was associated with physical and verbal-emotional victimization and verbal-emotional violence perpetration. Among boys, higher endorsement of patriarchal beliefs was associated with lower reports of physical perpetration and physical victimization.


Language: en

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