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Content and Framing of Male- and Female-Perpetrated Intimate Partner Violence in Print News

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This article investigates the content and framing of newspaper articles reporting male- and female-perpetrated intimate partner violence (IPV). There were 173 newspaper articles coded for IPV severity, typology, and framing. Print news coverage of female-perpetrated IPV was limited; however, when reported, cases of female-perpetrated IPV were more severe, more likely to be described as perpetrated in self-defense, and less likely to be framed in terms of individual factors. For both male and female perpetrators, incidents of IPV were overwhelmingly framed as a private matter, whereas larger societal and cultural factors were rarely discussed. We discuss implications and make recommendations for broadening print media coverage of IPV to include the broader institutional, societal, and cultural causes of IPV rather than focusing primarily on individual factors.
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Keywords: FRAMING ANALYSIS; GENDER; INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE; MEDIA PORTRAYALS; SOCIAL PROBLEM

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 July 2014

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