The purpose of this study is to find how risk factors affect Hispanic students who are in relationships, and do these factors contribute to Intimate Partner Violence? The study is looking to discover: 1) How TAMIU Hispanic students in relationships are affected by traditional Hispanic gender roles beliefs, (2) Do married Hispanic TAMIU students in relationships suffer from an inverse association between socio-economical status and IPV, and (3) Do married Hispanic TAMIU students have a problem with frequency of alcohol use and IPV
This study will be utilizing self-report surveys, the likelihood that the respondents will underreport or over report Intimate Partner Violence is a probable constraint to the study. Candidates may understand the inquiries depending on their literary ability to comprehend the words being used, and this could be an obstacle to obtaining vital information in the self-report surveys. These questionnaires will be asking for personal information which may be sensitive in nature, and this might affect the completion of the questionnaires.
Intimate Partner Violence has long been a problem among college student, but it has never been studied. This study is projected to identify the prevalence of a problem which afflicts Hispanic TAMIU college students, and questionnaires will be provided to the respondents to determine the prevalence of the problem. The study looks to find a link among acculturation, alcohol use, and socioeconomic factors among married college students. Thus, the study will help the college administration deal with the problems that afflict married Hispanic TAMIU students who do or do not engage in intimate partner violence. This study will shed light on a problem that is concealed by the victims.
College students in relationships sometimes are exposed to factors which contribute to domestic violence. The purpose of this study is to find out whether acculturation, alcohol consumption, and socioeconomic factor have an influence on domestic violence. College students in relationships are faced with enormous pressure, and dealing with multiple risk factors can drive couple to argue. These issues could lead to domestic violence or intimate partner violence. This study search for to find the prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence.
H1A: Among Hispanic TAMIU College students in relationships, there is a high correlation between traditional Hispanic gender roles beliefs and male to female IPV
H1O: Among married Hispanic TAMIU College students in relationships, there is no correlation between traditional Hispanic gender roles beliefs and male to female IPV
H2A: Among Hispanic TAMIU College students in relationships there is an inverse correlation between socio-economical status neighborhood characteristics and male to female IPV
H2O: Among Hispanic TAMIU College students in relationships, there is a direct correlation between socio-economical status neighborhood...