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Sex Differences in Perpetration of Low Intensity Intimate Partner Aggression in South Sudan

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The aim of the study was to investigate sex differences in perpetration of low intensity intimate partner aggression in South Sudan, to compare levels of perpetration and victimisation, and further to test whether the revised gender symmetry theory (Archer, 2018) could be applicable in an African country. A questionnaire was filled in by 302 females…

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CSRF SOUTH SUDAN