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Gender Inequality Can Predict High Rates of Child Physical Abuse

October 5, 2022

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Presented by Michigan News

The struggle for equal rights for women, especially those in low and middle-income countries, is often distressing, and in some cases, this could reflect abuse on their children. University of Michigan researchers found that gender inequality at the adult level perpetuates women’s economic insecurity that contributes to higher levels of child abuse.

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