Rural youth and violence: a gender perspective
Kulig, Judith Celene
Grant Kalischuk, Ruth
Rural and Remote Health
The public health system must consider violence as an all too common reality in modern life. Violence can contribute to long-lasting negative consequences for individuals and communities. Research on violence has primarily focused on urban environments. Research examining youth violence within rural communities is limited. This is particularly the case for the links between gender and violence in small rural settings. The purpose of this study was to examine rural violence from a gender perspective by examining four variables: meaning, causes, consequences and solutions.
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4. Hall, B., Kulig, J., Grant Kalischuk, R., (2011). Rural Youth and Violence: A Gender Perspective. Rural and Remote Health 11 (online): 1716.