Economica • Vol/Iss. 88 • Wiley-Blackwell • New Jersey • Published In • Pages: 70-104 •
The association between a woman working outside the home and exposure to intimate partner violence will differ depending on how economically active women were in the ancestral society.
Fishing was also correlated in the dummy variable measure (positive, p<0.1) as was plough agriculture (negative, p<0.1), but neither were significant in the index measure.
|Ordinary least squares regression||Supported for gathering||p<0.1||-0.305||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Economic Production||Independent||Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Collecting, Fishing, Hunting And Trapping|
|Intimate partner violence||Dependent||Family Relationships, Ingroup Antagonisms|
|Woman Working||Independent||Division Of Labor By Gender, Gender Roles And Issues|
|Living Arrangements||Independent||Extended Families, Mode Of Marriage, Polygamy, Regulation Of Marriage, Residence|