"Ethnographic Inquiry of Attitudes Toward Family Violence and of Violence-related Services in Bluefields, Nicaragua”, Emma McKim Mitchell, PhD, PI

This qualitative study, aims to gain understanding about attitudes and community responses to intimate partner violence among expectant mothers residing in the rural communities around Bluefields, Nicaragua and female relatives of those expectant women as well as the health care practitioners providing care for the population and to better understand the public, particularly legal response to intimate partner violence in Bluefields, Nicaragua.

Associated Publications:
Jackson-Gilfort, A., Mitrani, V.B., & Szapocznik, J. (2000) Conjoint couple’s therapy in preventing violence in low income African American couples: A case report. Journal of Family Psychotherapy. 11 (4), 37-60.

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