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Women’s perception of endogenous factors influencing them to stay in abusive spousal relationships: A case of women rights awareness program in Nairobi County, Kenya
(Kenyatta University, 2016-05)
The decision whether to stay or end abuse in an intimate relationship is a complex one for victims. Most past studies have focused on socioeconomic factors influencing women to stay in abusive spousal relationships and ...
Relationship between Selected Childhood Parental Factors and Victimization to Intimate Partner Violence among Men in Nyeri County, Kenya
(Kenyatta University, 2016-03)
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a prevalent problem that threatens the societal welfare both in developed and developing nations. Most efforts to alleviate it have focused on women victims of male perpetrated IPV. Despite ...
Personality traits, political efficacy and electoral outcomes: a survey of selected female parliamentary contestants in Kenya
(Kenyatta University, 2016-04)
Personality traits and political efficacy judgments independently influence the types and the level to which people participate in political activities. All reviewed studies on the role of personality traits and political ...