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This study will capture the daily experiences of female domestic violence victims whose partners have guns, with the aim of understanding the impact of exposure to guns used in threatening, coercive, or intimidating ways.
Use a micro-longitudinal study design to capture the daily experiences of female domestic violence victims whose partners possess firearms and produce comprehensive findings for informing effective interventions.
Firearms are used in non-lethal ways to threaten, coerce and intimidate domestic violence victims, but how firearm exposure impacts victims is almost unknown. This work will inform policies and interventions for reducing the use of firearms in this way by domestic violence offenders.