Nombre del estudio

País - Año de publicación

Tamaño de la muestra

 

           Tasa de victimización (%)

 

                       Mujer

                Hombre

 

 

 

Total

Grave

Total

Grave

ESTUDIOS LONGITUDINALES

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.     Differences in Frequency of Violence and Reported Injury Between Relationships With Reciprocal and Nonreciprocal Intimate Partner Violence (D.J. Whitaker, T. Haileyesus, M. Swahn y L.S. Saltzman) ) [NLSAH, fase III; edades: 18-28 años]
(American Journal of Public Health, 97(5),  941-947)

EE.UU., 2007

11.370

v. recíproca

v. no recíproca

15,3b

51,5a

28,7a

 

à 28,8a

à 31,4a

à 20,0a

 

20,6b

46,9a

71,3a

à 18,1a

à 25,3a

à 8,1a

 

2.     Observed Initiation and Reciprocity of Physical Aggression in Young, At-Risk Couples (Deborah M. Capaldi, Hyoun K. Kim y Joann Wu Shortt)
(Journal of Family Violence, 22(2), págs. 101-111)

EE.UU., 2007

206 parejas

18 años (h)

21 años (h)

24 años (h)

26 años (h)

 

30,5 - (10)c

31,0 - (10)c

23,5 -   (7)c

18,6 -   (8)c

 

---

---

---

---

 

35,5 - (46)c

39,9 - (28)c

27,7 - (20)c

23,0 - (11)c

 

---

---

---

---

3.     Partner violence and mental health outcomes in a New Zealand birth cohort (D. M. Fergusson, L. J. Horwood y E. Ridder)
[Christchurch Health and Development Study]
(Journal of Marriage and the Family, 2005, 67: 1103-1119)

N. Zelandia, 2005

828

[Christchurch,

a los 25 años]

25,3

7,6b

3,9-

32,3

10,6b

3,3-

4.     Perpetration of severe intimate partner violence: premilitary and second year of service rates (L.L.Merrill, J.L.Crouch, C.J.Thomsen, J.Guimond y J.S.Milner)
(Military Medicine, 2005, 170(8): 705-9)

EE.UU., 2005

963

Premilitar

+ 2 años

 

---

---

 

4

16

 

---

---

 

20

12

5.     Husbands' and Wives' Marital Adjustment, Verbal Aggression, and Physical Aggression as Longitudinal Predictors of Physical Aggression in Early Marriage (J.A. Schumacher y K.E. Leonard)
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 73(1), 28-37)

EE.UU., 2005

634 parejas

Casamiento

+ 1 año

+ 2 años

 

37

38

37

 

---

---

---

 

48

45

41

 

---

---

---

6.     Relationship violence in young adulthood: A comparison of daters, cohabitors and marrieds (Susan L. Brown y Jennifer Roebuck Bulanda) [NLSAH, fase III; edades: 18-28 años]
(Bowling Green State University, Working Paper Series 06-06)

EE.UU., 2005

3.295

novios(1.394)

cohabit. (933)

casados (968)

 

18,0b

18,0b

14,5b

 

---

---

---

 

24,5b

25,0b

23,0b

 

---

---

---

7.     Assessing the Long-Term Effects of the Safe Dates Program and a Booster in Preventing and Reducing Adolescent Dating Violence Victimization and Perpetration (V.A. Foshee, K.E. Bauman, S.T. Ennett, G.F. Linder, T. Benefield y C. Suchindran)
(American Journal of Public Health, 94(4), 619-624)

EE.UU., 2004

957 (1994)

[seguimiento durante 4 años]

460 (1998)

ninguna diferencia en función del sexo

---

ninguna diferencia en función del sexo

---

8.     Clinically abusive relationships in an unselected birth cohort: Men's and Women's Participation and Developmental Antecedents (M. K. Ehrensaft, T. E. Moffitt y A. Caspi)
(Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 113 (2), 258-270)

N. Zelandia, 2004

980

[Dunedin,

 a los 26 años]

9,4

6,3

8,9

5,3

9.     Physical and Psychological Partner Aggression Across a Decade: A Growth Curve Analysis (P.A. Timmons Fritz y K.Daniel O'Leary) (Violence and Victims, 19(1))

EE.UU., 2004

203 esposas

Prematrimonial

+ 10 años

 

35

10

 

---

---

 

48

13

 

---

---

10. Intergenerational Transmission of Partner Violence: A 20-Year Prospective Study (M.K. Ehrensaft, P. Cohen, J, Brown, E. Smailes, H. Chen y J.G. Johnson)
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 71(4), 741-753)

EE.UU., 2001

543

17

7

20

6

11. Partner Violence Among Adolescents in Opposite-Sex Romantic Relationships: Findings From the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (C. Tucker Halpern, S.G. Oslak, M.L. Young, S.L. Martin y  L.L. Kupper) [NLSAH, fase II]
(American Journal of Public Health, 2001, 91(10): 1679-1685)

EE.UU., 2001

7.493

12

3

12

3

12. Gender Differences in Partner Violence in a Birth Cohort of 21-Years-Old: Bridging the Gap between Clinical and Epidemiological Approaches (L. Magdol, T.E. Moffitt, A. Caspi, J. Fagan, D.L. Newman y P.A. Silva)
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 65(1), 68-78)

N. Zelandia, 1997

861

[Dunedin,

 a los 21 años]

 

24,4b

9,2b

35,6b

19,9b

13. Beyond the Conflict Tactics Scale: Assessing gender differences in partner violence (Barbara J. Morse)
[National Youth Survey]
(Violence and Victims, vol. 10, núm. 4,  251-272)

EE.UU., 1995

1.496 (1983)

1.384 (1986)

1.436 (1989)

1.340 (1992)

36,7

31,4

27,9

20,2

10,1

9,5

7,6

5,7

48,0

41,4

35,0

27,9

22,4

22,8

17,7

13,8

14. Male and Female Perpetrated Partner Abuse: Testing a diathesis-stress model (Reena Sommer)
(Tesis doctoral no publicada, Universidad de Manitoba)

Canadá, 1994

899 (1990)

737 (1992)

26,3

17,3

7,6

3,3

39,1

27,4

16,2

9

15. Prevalence and stability of physical aggression between spouses: a longitudinal analysis (O'Leary, Barling, Arias, Rosenbaum, Malone y Tyree)
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 57(2), 263-268)

EE.UU., 1989

272 parejas:

Prematrimonial

+18 meses

+30 meses

 

31,2

26,8

24,6

 

5,7b

8,6b

5,4b

 

44,4

35,9

32,2

 

21,4b

21,6b

17,1b

ESTUDIOS TRANSVERSALES

 

 

 

 

 

 

16. Romantic Relational Aggression: What about Gender? (D.M.Bagner, E.A. Storch y A.S. Preston)
(Journal of  Family Violence (2007), 22: 19-24)

EE.UU., 2007

215

8,8

---

9,2

---

17. Physical and psychological aggression in dating relationships in Spanish university students (M.J. Muñoz-Rivas, J.L. Graña Gómez, K.D. O'Leary y P. González Lozano)
(Psicothema, Vol. 19, pág. 102-107)

España, 2007

1.886

[1.360 mujeres,

566 hombres]

30,8b

15,5b

2,4-

0,23b

31,3b

4,1b

1,6-

0,28b

18. Partner violence among a sample of police detainees (J. Mouzos y L. Smith) (Trends an Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, nº 337) [Australian Institute of Criminology]

Australia, 2007

1.597

[detenidos por la policía]

38

3,5

47

14,5

19. Assault and Injury of Dating Partners by University Students in 19 Countries and its Relation to Corporal Punishment Experienced as Child (Emily M. Douglas y Murray A. Straus) [EE.UU.]
(European Journal of Criminology, vol. 3(3): 293-318)

Multipaíses,  2006

9.549

24,2

8,5

7,2

1,8

30

9,6

6,1

1,1

20. Dominance and Symmetry in Partner Violence by Male and Female University Students in 32 Nations (M. Straus) [EE.UU.]
(Conference on Trends in Intimate Violence Intervention, N.Y.)

Multipaíses, 2006

13.601

v. no recíproca

 

9,9

 

15,7a

 

21,4

 

29,4a

21. Intimate Partner Violence: Linguistic Features and Accommodation Behavior of Perpetrators and Victims (K. Robertson y T. Murachver)  (Journal of Language and Social Psychology  vol. 25(4); 406-422)

N. Zelandia, 2006

160

[36 reclusos,

62 universitarios,

62 pobl. general]

14,6

---

20,3

---

22. The Relative Severity of Acts of Physical Violence in Heterosexual Relationships: An Item Response Theory Analysis (K.V. Regan, K. Bartholomew, M.J.Kwong, S.J. Trinke y A.J.Z. Henderson). (Personal Relationships, 13, 37-52)

Canadá, 2006

1.902

[período:

vida adulta]

27b

4,4b

32,5b

3,2b

23. The magnitude of intimate partner violence in Brazil: portraits from 15 capital cities and the Federal District (ReichenheimI; Moraes; Szklo; Hasselmann; Souza; Azevedo Lozana; y Figueiredo) (Cad. Saúde Pública, 22(2), 425-437, fev. 2006)

Brasil, 2006

6.760

mujeres

(datos sobre

la pareja)

14,6

7,2

19,7

10,4

24. Premilitary Intimate Partner Violence and Attrition from the U.S. Navy (Lex L. Merrill, Valerie A. Stander, Cynthia J. Thomsen, Julie L. Crouch y Joel S. Milner) (Military Medicine, 171(12),1206)

EE.UU., 2006

5.498

10,2d

---

17,5d

---

25. Variables Associated with Intimate Partner Violence in a Deploying Military Sample (C.A. Fonseca, K.B. Schmaling, C. Stoever, C. Gutierrez et. al.) (Military Medicine, 171(7),627-631)

EE. UU., 2006

2.926

15,3

---

20,6

---

26. Risk factors for physical violence between dating partners: implications for gender-inclusive prevention and treatment of family violence (R.A. Medeiros y M.A. Straus)
(Hamel & Nicholls (Eds): Family Approaches in D.V., chap. 3)

EE.UU., 2006

854

20

7

24

8

27. Dating violence victimization: associated drinking and sexual risk behaviors of asian, native hawaiian, and caucasian high school students in Hawaii (S.Ramisetty-Mikler, D.Goebert, S.Nishimura, R.Caetano) (Journal of School Health, 76(8), oct. 2006)

EE.UU.

(Hawai), 2006

1.242

8

---

7,6

---

28. Sex differences in relationship aggression among young adults in Germany (B. Krahe y A. Berger) (Sex Roles: 52(11-12), 829-838)

Alemania, 2005

648

12,3b

6,5b

15,7b

8,3b

29. Relatonship Commitment, Jealously, Acceptability of Violence, and Dating Violence Perpetration: A Comparative Study of Men and Women (S.A. Kaura y B.J. Lohman) (Iowa State University)

EE.UU., 2005

645

27,1

---

30,1

 

30. Intimate Partner Violence, Stalking and Sexual Coercion among Students at Washington State University (S. Swindell, G. Liebniz y T. Brigham) (WSU, University Safety Report)

EE.UU., 2005

2.668

41,7

---

43,8

---

31. Parent and Partner Violence in Families With Young Children: Rates, Patterns, and Connections (Amy M. Smith Slep y Susan G. O’Leary) (Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 73(3), 435-444)

EE.UU., 2005

453

parejas

37,3

13,5

44,4

19,9

32. Study on Child Abuse and Spouse Battering:. Report on findings of Household Survey (K.L. Chan et al.)
(University of Hong Kong, Department of Social Work and Social Administration, LC Paper Nº CB(2)2158/04-04(02)

Hong Kong, China,

2005

5.565

- vida adulta

 

- 12 meses

 

9,5

3,5

5,3

1,5

 

3,6

1,5

1,3

0,4

 

11,3

5,0

5,6

1,6

 

4,1

2,4

1,5

0,3

33. Dating Violence Patterns of California Adolescents (M.J. Furlong, E.Felix, J. Simental, J. Greif, A. Klein, M. Gonzalez) [California Student Survey

EE.UU., 2005

4.560

9

---

10,5

---

34. Patterns of violent relationships, psychological distress, and marital satisfaction in a national sample of men and women (S.L. Williams e I.H. Frieze) (Sex Roles: 52(11-12), 771-784)

EE.UU., 2005

3.519

14,8

5,5b

21,9

5,8b

35. 2004 Boston Youth Survey (publicación ocasional)

EE.UU., 2005

1.079

8

---

7

---

36. Using Johnson's domestic violence typology to classify men and women in a non-selected sample (N. Graham-Kevan y J. Archer)
(9th Fam. Violence Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH, USA)

Reino Unido, 2004

1.339

19,5b

---

30b

---

37. Abuso no relacionamento íntimo e estado de saúde em jovens adultos portugueses (C. Paiva y B. Figueiredo) (International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, 5(2), 243-272)

Portugal, 2004

318

15,6b

3,2b

16,7b

4,9b

38. Women's Violence to Men in Intimate Relationships: Working on a puzzle (Russell P. Dobash y R. Emerson Dobash)
(British Journal of Criminology, 2004, 44(3), 324-349)

Reino Unido, 2004

90 parejas

[hombre convicto]

74,2b

74a,b

56,9b

32,5a,b

39. Intimate Partner Violence in China: National Prevalence, Risk Factors and Associated Health Problems (W.L. Parish, T. Wang, E.O. Laumann, S. Pan y Y. Luo)
(International Family Planning Perspectives, 30(4), 174-181)

China, 2004

3.323

[período: pareja actual; 47%, más de 16 años]

34

12

18

5

40. Incidence and prevalence of domestic violence in a UK emergency department (A.Boyle y C.Todd)
(Emergency Medicine Journal 2003, 20, 438-442)

Reino Unido, 2003

256

pacientes de urgencias

22,1

[lesiones vida adulta]

6,1

[lesión actual]

22,4

[lesiones vida adulta]

4,5

[lesión actual]

41. Domestic violence in South Australia: a population survey of males and females (E. Dal Grande, J. Hickling, A. Taylor y T. Woollacott) (Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, vol. 27, nº 5, 543-550)

Australia, 2003

6.004

[período: vida adulta]

22,9

14,2

91,1a

28,7a

12,1

7,1

84,8a

26,1a

42. Physical and Emotional Partner Abuse Reported by Men and Women in a Rural Community (S.A. Murty, C. Peek-Asa, C. Zwerling, A.M. Stromquist, L.F. Burmeister y J.A. Merchant)
(American Journal of Public Health, 93(7), 1073-1075)

EE.UU., 2003

1.633

v. física

v. emocional

 

---

46,7

 

2,9

---

 

---

30,2

 

4,7

---

43. Gender symmetry in prevalence, severity, and chronicity of physical aggression against dating partners by university students in Mexico and USA (Straus, M. A. y Ramirez, I.L.)
(Paper presented at the XV World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Montreal (Canada))

EE.UU. y México, 2002

3.108

 

30,0

11,0

34,6

11,6

44. Gender differences in the experience of intimate partner violence among active duty U.S. Army soldiers (Leora N. Rosen)
(Military Medicine, 167(12), 959-963)

EE.UU., 2002

576

32

12

38

17

45. Gewalt in der familie: Schläge in jeder dritten familie (Jens Luedtke y Siegfried Lamnek) (Agora, 1, 8-9)

Alemania, 2002

1.236

2,7

---

6,0

---

46. Dimension affective de la violence conjugale masculine et féminine. Contribution de la théorie de l'attachement (M.F. Lafontaine) (Tesis doctoral inédita, Univ. Québec Trois Rivières)

Canadá, 2002

316 parejas

8,1

---

13,8

---

47. Gender differences in risk factors for physical violence between dating partners by university students (M.A.Straus y R.A.Medeiros) (Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago, Nov. 2002)

EE.UU., 2002

566

32

10

33

11

48. Prevalence of violence against dating partners by male and female university students worldwide (Murray A. Straus)
(Violence against women, 10(7), 790-811)

Multipaíses, 2001

8.666

25

  8

9

3,1

28

6

9

1,2

49. La violencia en parejas jóvenes (R. González Méndez y J.D. Santana Hernández) (Psicothema, 13(1), 127-131)

España, 2001

1.146

7,5

---

7,1

---

50. Abused Women or Abused Men? An Examination of the Context and Outcomes of Dating Violence (Melanie S. Harned)
(Violence and Victims, vol. 16 (3), 269-285)

EE.UU., 2001

874

21b

5,5b

27,5b

8,5b

51. Prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence and Injuries - Washington, 1998 (L.Bensley,S. Macdonald,J. Van Eenwyk, K.W. Simmons y D. Ruggles) (CDCP Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 49(26), 589-592)

EE.UU., 2000

3.381

[período: vida adulta]

26,3

21,6

---

---

16,4

7,5

---

---

52. Violencia Familiar, Consumo de Sustancias y Resolución de Conflictos en 2934 Familias de la Ciudad de Huancayo (A.Vara)
(Pub. ocasional de Asoc. por la Defensa de las Minorías, ADM)

Perú, 2000

2.934

12,1

5,5

11,6

3,8

53. Dating violence: A comparison of rural, suburban and urban teens (Spencer, G.A. y Bryant, S.A.)
(Journal of Adolescent Health; 2000: 27, 302-305)

EE.UU., 2000

2.094

18b

9,3b

23,3b

12b

54. Gender and Contextual Factors in Adolescent Dating Violence (C. Molidor, R.M. Tolman y J. Kober)
(The Prevention Researcher, 7(1), 1-4)

EE.UU., 2000

635

[incl. v. sexual]

34,9

22,5

38,1

13,1

55. Courtship Violence Among College Students: A Comparison of Verbally and Physically Abusive Couples (N.J. Shook, D. Gerrity, J. Jurich y A.E. Segrist) (Journal of Family Violence, vol. 15-1), 

EE.UU., 2000

572

13

---

23,5

---

56. Gender Differences in Patterns of Relationship Violence in Alberta (Marilyn I. Kwong, Kim Bartholomew y Donald G. Dutton)
(Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 31(3), 150-160)

Canadá, 1999

707

11,2b

2,5b

12,4b

4,6b

57. Domestic violence in Australia: Are women and men equally violent? (Bruce Headey, Dorothy Scott y David de Vaus) [International Social Science Survey Australia - 1996/97]
(Australian Social Monitor. 2 (3): 57-62)

Australia, 1999

1.643

3,5b

1,2

1,1

4,6b

1,8

1,5

58. Predictors of premilitary courtship violence in a Navy recruit sample (J.W.White, L.L.Merrill y M.P.Koss) (Naval Health Research Center, report nº 99-19; J.Interp. Viol. 16(9), 910-927)

EE.UU, 1999

2.784

32

---

47

---

59. Alcohol-related problems and intimate partner violence among white, Black, and Hispanic couples in the U.S. (C.B. Cunradi, R. Caetano y C.L. Clark) [1995 National Study of Couples]
(Alcohol Research & Health, 25(1), 58-65, 2001(reprinted))

EE.UU., 1999

2.880

(1.440 parejas)

17,1b

1,4b

22b

2,5b

60. Proyecto ACTIVA (Organización Panamericana de la Salud)
(Investigaciones en Salud Pública, Documentos técnicos)

Multipaíses,

1999

6.184

 

6

1,9b

6

5,7b

61. A Victimization Survey of Female Perpetrated Assaults in the United Kingdom (M.J. George)e
(Aggressive Behaviour, 25, 67-79)

R.U., 1999

1.455

7

1,5

ligeramente inferior a h.

14

4

57a

62. Gender Differences in Risk Behaviors Among Adolescents Who Experience Date Fighting  (S.R. Kreiter, D.P. Krowchuk, C.R. Woods et al.) (Pediatrics 1999; 104; 1286-1292) 

EE.UU., 1999

20.724

 

1,8

---

4,2

---

63. An examination of variables from a social-develomental model to explain physical and psychological dating violence (D. Sharpe y J. Taylor) (Canadian J. of Behavioural Science, 31(3), 165-175)

Canadá, 1999

235

27,5b

---

38,8b

---

64. Marital Power and Aggression in a Community Sample of Hong Kong Chinese Families (Catherine So-Kum Tang)
(Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1999, 14, 586-602)

Hong Kong-China, 1999

1.270

9,4

1,8

12,6

1,5

65. Criminal history and assault of dating partners: the role of type of prior crime, age of onset, and gender (M.A.Straus e I.L.Ramírez)
(Am Soc Crim meeting, 1999; Violence & Victims, 19(4), 2004)

EE.UU., 1999

653

29

---

32

---

66. Rates of intimate partner violence in the United States (J. Schafer, R. Caetano y C.L. Clark) [1995 National Alcohol Survey] (American  Journal of Public Health, 88 (11), 1702-1704)

EE.UU., 1998

1.599

5,4

1,5b

6,9

3,3b

67. South Australian Health Goals and Targets Violence and Abuse Health Priority Area (A. Taylor, E.D. Grande, T. Woollacot, G. Starr, D. Wilson, D. Hetzel, K. Anastassiadis, G. Westhorp, R. Peck, F. Cheok)  (SERCIS, Dep. Human Services, AU)

Australia, 1998

2.767

[período: vida adulta; incl. abuso sexual]

18,5

---

8,1

---

68. Domestic Violenc in an Inner City ED (A. Ernst, T. G. Nick, S. J. Weiss, D. Houry y T. Mills)
(Annals of Emergency Medicine, vol. 30(2), 190-197)

EE.UU., 1997

516

19

---

20

---

69. Sexual coercion among university students: a comparison of the United States and Sweden (I.L. Lottes y M.S.Weinberg)
(Journal of Sex Research, vol. 34, 67-76)

EE.UU. y Suecia, 1997

EE.UU.: 391

Suecia: 505

31

19

12

7

31

18

25

12

70. Premilitary intimate partner conflict resolution in a U.S. Navy basic trainee sample (Merrill, Hervig, Milner y Newell)
(US Bureau of Naval Personnel, report nº  96-6)

EE.UU., 1996

3.776

36,1

24,9

45,1

9

71. Violencia prematrimonial: un estudio exploratorio en universitarios (A.M. Aguirre y M. García, 1996)
(Tesis licenciatura en Universidad de Valparaíso, sin publicar)

Chile, 1996

700

45a

---

55a

---

72. Gender differences in adolescent dating abuse prevalence, types and injuries (Vangie Foshee)
(Health Education Research, vol. 11(3), 275-286)

EE.UU., 1996

1.965

36,5

 

14,2

69,9a

  8,6a

39,4

 

14,9

51,6a

7,4a

73. Violence and injury in marital arguments: risk patterns and gender differences (Sorenson, S. B., Upchurch, D. M. y Shen, H.)
(American Journal of Public Health, vol. 86(1), 35-40)

EE.UU:, 1996

6.679

4,9

2,7b

0,7b

6,2

3,1b

0,5b

74. The Revised Conflict Tactics Scales (CTS2). Development and preliminary psychometric data (M.A. Straus, S.L. Hamby, D. Boney-McCoy y D.B.Sugarman) (J Family Issues, 17-3, 283-316)

EE.UU., 1996

317

39b

14,5b

42b

12,5b

75. Aggression in British Heterosexual Relationships: A Descriptive Analysis (M. Carrado, M.J. George, E. Loxam, L. Jones y D. Templar)  (Aggressive Behavior, vol. 22, 401-415)

R. U., 1996

1.978

5

1,3b

11

2b

76. Kriminalität im Leben alter Menschen (P. Wetzels, W. Greve, E. Mecklenburg, W. Bilsky y C. Pfeiffer) (Bundesministerium für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend, Schriftenreihe Band 105)

Alemania, 1995

4.006

[período: 5 años]

< 60 años

³ 60 años

 

 

18b

6b

 

 

8

2

 

 

17b

7b

 

 

6

1

77. The correlates of spouses' incongruent reports of marital aggression (Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling y Dina Vivian) (Journal of Family Violence, vol. 9, 265-283)

EE.UU., 1994

97 parejas

[en terapia conyugal]

61

36

64

53

78. Courtship violence: Incidence in a national sample of higher education students (J.W. White y M.P. Koss)
(Violence and Victims, vol. 6(4), 247-256)

EE.UU., 1991

4.707

34,5b

7,8b

37b

8,3b

79. The Marriage Licence as a Hitting Licence: A Comparison of Assaults in Dating, Cohabiting and Married Couples (J.E. Stets y M.A. Straus)f
(Journal of Family Violence, 41(2), 1989)

EE.UU., 1989

5.768

novios (526)

cohabit. (237)

casados (5.005)

 

10,5a

20,7a

23,2a

 

0,1a

7,3a

5,7a

 

39,4a

26,9a

28,6a

 

12,5a

13,4a

9,6a

80. Gender identity, self-esteem, and physical and sexual abuse in dating relationships (P.J. Burke, J.E. Stets y M.A. Pirog-Good)
(Social Psychology Quarterly, vol. 51(3), 272-285)

EE.UU., 1988

505

14

---

14

---

81. Interspousal violence (Brinkerhoff, M. y Lupri, E.)
[1981 Calgary Survey]
(Canadian Journal of Sociology, 13(4), 407-434)

Canadá, 1988

562 parejas

v. recíproca

v. no recíproca

 

14,3

10,3

 

6,0

4,8

 

14,3

13,2

 

6,0

10,7

82. Gender differences in courtship violence victimization (J.M. Makepeace) (Family Relations, vol. 35, 383-388)

EE.UU., 1986

2.338

20,6

---

12

---

83. The Intergenerational Transmission of Marital Aggression (D. Kalmuss) (Journal of Marriage and the Family, 46(1), 11-19)

EE.UU., 1984

2.143

---

3,8

---

4,6

84. Romance and violence in dating relationships (J. Henton, R. Cate, J. Koval, S. Lloyd y S. Christopher)
(Journal of Family Issues, vol. 4, 467-482)

EE.UU., 1983

644

v. recíproca

v. no recíproca

 

     71,4ª    

7,1a,b

 

---

---

 

    71,4ª    

7,1a,b

 

---

---

ENCUESTAS NACIONALES

 

          

 

 

 

 

85. Homicides, Firearms Offences and Intimate Violence (K.Coleman, K. Jansson, P.Kaiza y E.Reed) [2005/06 British Crime Survey] (Home Office Statistical Bulletin 02/07)

Reino Unido, 2007

26.214

 6,3

1,8

4,6

1,3

86. The New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey 2006: Key Findings (P. Mayhew y J. Reilly) (Ministry of Justice, New Zealand)

N. Zelandia, 2007

5.416

7

---

6

---

87. Contexte et conséquences de la violence conjugale envers les hommes et les femmes au Canada en 2004 (Denis Laroche) [Enquête sociale générale - General Social Survey 2004]
(Institut de la statistique du Québec)

Canadá, 2007

23.766

[período: 1 año]

[período: 5 años]

 

1,8

6,2

 

---

3

à 44a

 

1,8

5,7

 

---

2,9

à 19,0a

88. Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance – United States 2005
(D.K. Eaton, L. Kann, S. Kinchen, J. Ross, J. Hawkins, etc.)
(Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, june 9,  2006/ vol. 55)

EE.UU., 2006

13.953

9,3

---

9,0

---

89. Domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking: findings from the 2004/05 British Crime Survey (A. Finney)
(Home Office Online Report 12/06)

Reino Unido, 2006

24.498

5,9

1,8

4,7

1,6

90. 2005 Personal Safety Survey (Australian Bureau of Statistics 4906.0)

Australia, 2006

16.300

[pareja actual]

[toda la vida]

 

2,1

15,0

 

---

---

 

0,9

4,9

 

---

---

91. Gender and aggression in marital relationships: a life-span perspective (Jamila Bookwala, Joelle Sobin y Bozena Zdaniuk) [datos: National Survey of Families and Households 1996]
(Sex Roles,  52(11-12), 797-806)

EE.UU., 2005

6.185

20-39 años

40-59 años

+ 60 años

 

9,1

4,4

2,7

 

1,6b

0,8b

0,1b

 

10,3

6,0

3,5

 

1,2b

0,4b

0,1b

92. Domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking: Findings from the British Crime Survey (Sylvia Walby y Jonathan Allen) [British Crime Survey 2001] (Home Office Research Study 276)

Reino Unido, 2004

22.463

13

3

24a,b

9

2

18,6a,b

93. Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance – United States 2003 (J.A.Grunbaum, L.Kann, S.Kinchen, J.Ross et al.) [DHHS–CDC]
(Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, may 21, 2004/ vol. 53)

EE.UU., 2004

14.956

8,8

---

8,9

---

94. Health, Well-Being and Personal Safety of Women in Germany + Violence against Men: Results of the pilot study (Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth)   

Alemania, 2004

10.624 mujeres

+ 190 hombres

23

---

23

---

95. La violence conjugale envers les hommes et les femmes, au Québec et au Canada, 1999 (Denis Laroche) [Enquête sociale générale - General Social Survey 1999]
(Institut de la statistique du Québec)

Canadá, 2003

25.876

[período: 1 año]

[período: 5 años]

 

2,2

7,0

 

---

3,8

à 40a

 

1,9

6,1

 

---

3,6

à 13a

96. First South African National Youth Risk Behaviour Survey
(South African National Department of Health)

Sudáfrica, 2002

10.699

14b

---

13b

---

97. Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance – United States 2001 (Grunbaum, Kann, Kinchen, Williams, Ross, Lowry y Kolbe)
(Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, june 28, 2002/ vol. 51)

EE.UU., 2002

 

13.601

9,8

 

---

9,1

---

98. Patterns and mental health predictors of domestic violence in the United States: Results from the National Comorbidity Survey  (R.C. Kessler, B.E. Molnar, I.D. Feurer y M. Appelbaum)
(International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 24(2001) 487-508)

EE.UU., 2001

3.537

[período: pareja actual]

16,4b

4,6b

18,0b

5,8b

99. Prevalence, Incidence and Consequences of Violence against Women: Findings from the National Violence against Women Survey (P. Tjaden y N. Thoennes) [NVAW – 1995/1996]
(U.S. Department of Justice, NCJ 183781)

EE.UU., 2000

16.005

[período: 1 año]

[período: vida]

 

1,3

22,1

 

---

 

 

0,9

7,4

 

---

100.            Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance – United States 1999 (Kann, Kinchen, Williams, Ross, Lowry, Grunbaum y Kolbe)
(Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, june 9, 2000/ vol. 49)

EE.UU., 2000

15.349

9,3

---

8,3

---

101.            Domestic Violence: Findings from a new British Crime Survey self-completion questionnaire (Catriona Mirrlees-Black) [British Crime Survey 1996] (Home Office Research Study 191)

Reino Unido, 1999

16.348

4,2

2,2

 

4,2

1,1

 

102.            Domestic violence: A national study of the nature, size and effects of domestic violence in the Netherlands (T. van Dijk, S. Flight, E. Oppenhuis y B. Duesmann)
(European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 6 (7-35)

Países Bajos, 1998

1.000

[período: vida adulta, 18-70 a.]

34

[v.d. global]

 

35

[v.d. global]

 

103.            1992 National Alcohol and Family Violence Survey
(Change in Spouse Assault Rates from 1975 to 1992: A comparison of three national surveys in the United States (M.A. Straus y G. Kaufman), Univ. New Hampshire V/V55/V55.P)

EE.UU., 1992

1.970

11

1,9

14

4,5

104.            Violent Acts and injurious outcomes in married couples: Methodological issues in the National Survey of Families and Households (Lisa D. Brush) [1988 National Survey of Families and Households, NSFH-1] (Gender and Society, 4(1), 56-67)

EE.UU., 1990

5.474

- 12 meses:

- vida adulta:

 

similar

 

 

---

2,5 [decl. mujeres]

 

similar

 

 

---

1 [decl. hombres]

105.            Canadian National Family Life Survey (Lupri)
(Intimate Violence in Canada and the United States: a cross-national comparison (E. Grandin y E. Lupri) (Journal of Domestic Violence, 12(4)(1997), p 417-443)

Canadá, 1986

1.834

18,3

9,9

25,6

15,5

106.            1985 National Family Violence Survey
(Societal Change and Change in Family Violence from 1975 to 1985 As Revealed by Two National Surveys (M.A. Straus, R.J. Gelles), Journal of Marriage and the Family, 48, 465-479)

EE.UU., 1986

6.002

11,3

3,0

12,1

4,4

107.            1975 National Famiy Violence Survey
(M.A. Straus, R. Gelles y S.K. Steinmetz: Behind Closed Doors: Violence in the American Family, Anchor Books, N.Y., 1981)

EE.UU., 1976

2.143

12,1

3,8

11,6

4,6

METAANÁLISIS

 

 

 

 

 

 

108.            Understanding gender and intimate partner violence from an international perspective (Barbara Krahe, Steffen Bieneck e Ingrid Moller) [Alemania] (Sex Roles, 52(11/12), 807-827)

Multipaíses, 2005

35 estudios (21 países, excl. EE.UU.)

Grupos de estudios con porcentajes similares de perpetradores y víctimas de ambos sexos, o porcentajes mayores de perpetradores o de víctimas de uno u otro sexo (pág. 821).

109.            Men and Domestic Violence: What Research Tell Us (Kieran McKeown y Philippa Kidd) [Irlanda]
(Report to the Department of Health and Children, march 2002)

Multipaíses, 2002

73.116

(13 estudios)

 

Para ambos sexos, prevalencia similar, tanto de violencia física como psicológica, y tanto leve como grave; e igual probabilidad de iniciación de conflictos y por razones similares (pág. 8).

110.            Sex differences in physically aggressive acts between heterosexual partners. A meta-analytic review (John Archer) [Reino Unido] ( Aggression and Violent Behaviour, 7(4), 313-351)

Multipaíses, 2002

30.680

16.306 mujeres

14.374 hombres

(58 estudios)

Mujeres más propensas (58,4%) que hombres a arrojar objetos, abofetear, dar puntapiés, mordiscos o puñetazos, y golpear con objetos. Hombres más propensos a golpear reiteradamente o ahogar (61,5% y 69,5%, respect.). Proporciones similares para amenazar con cuchillo o pistola (55% mujeres) y atacar con cuchillo o pistola (52,5% hombres) (Extr. cuadro 5, pág. 332).

111.            Sex differences in aggression between heterosexual partners: A meta-analytic review (John Archer) [Reino Unido] (Psychological Bulletin, vol. 126(5), 651-680)

Multipaíses, 2000

64.487

34.053 mujeres

30.434 hombres

(82 estudios)

Probabilidad  significativamente mayor de agresión física por mujeres, aunque el tamaño del efecto es pequeño (d=.05). Probabilidad mayor de lesiones infligidas por hombres, aunque también con pequeño tamaño del efecto (d=.15) (pág. 664).


a Porcentaje del grupo de víctimas.
b Promedio obtenido a partir de los datos desglosados del estudio o resultante de cruzar las respuestas de ambos sexos.
c Los datos entre paréntesis se refieren a los niveles de iniciación de las agresiones (es decir, reflejan la tasa de victimización debida a la iniciación del conflicto por el otro miembro de la pareja).
d En el estudio se hacen constar los niveles globales de perpetración (26%) y recepción (30%) de violencia física, y se indica que, mientras que hombres y mujeres declaran niveles similares de recepción de violencia, las mujeres declaran niveles de perpetración 3,8 veces superiores. Esa información se ha cruzado y expresado en porcentajes para adaptarla al formato de la tabla.
e No es un estudio sobre la violencia de pareja, sino sobre la violencia femenina global ejercida en cualquier contexto, con desglose de víctimas por sexos y relación con la agresora.
f En este estudio, los datos sobre parejas casadas y en cohabitación proceden de la National Family Violence Survey de 1985, mientras que los datos sobre novios corresponden a una nueva muestra de 526 parejas; por razones de formato, se han incluido sólo los casos de violencia unilateral, y se han omitido los porcentajes sobre violencia recíproca.
◊ Lesiones.
♦ Lesiones que han requerido atención médica u hospitalización.

Nota: Todos los datos se han obtenido mediante consulta directa de los estudios reseñados o, en el caso de unos pocos no accesibles a través de internet (nos 103, 105 y 106), se han verificado en trabajos más recientes de los propios autores, según se indica. Cuando ha sido necesario obtener promedios para adaptar los resultados de determinados estudios al formato de esta tabla, se han considerado maltrato grave las acciones susceptibles de causar lesiones (en general, los comportamientos de gravedad igual o superior a "dar patadas o puñetazos y morder"); y en el caso de estudios que ofrecen datos (no longitudinales) tanto sobre períodos de varios años como sobre el año inmediatamente anterior a la encuesta, se han preferido los segundos, por considerarse más fiables. Tales promedios tienen únicamente carácter indicativo y en ningún caso pretenden interpretar los resultados de los estudios. Por último, se han mantenido los nombres originales de los trabajos para facilitar su localización en los servidores de los correspondientes centros de investigación, universidades o librerías especializadas.