Development Marketplace 2016: Double vulnerabilities of violence and HIV among women in Brazil: A latent class analysis

Project Summary:

This study conducted a secondary data analysis to classify typologies of violence experienced by women over their life course (i.e., type, timing, perpetrator) in South and Southeastern Brazil and identified risk and protective factors for each IPV typology using a socio-ecological framework (e.g., individual, relationship, community, structural).

Country: Brazil

Lead Agency: The Regents of the University of California, San Diego

Research Team: Jamila K. Stockman, Kiyomi Tsuyuki, Regina Maria Barbosa and Daniela Knauth

Blog:
Examining violence against women and the intersecting HIV epidemic in Brazil
Gender Based Violence and HIV Infection: Overlapping Epidemics in Brazil

Poster:
Double vulnerabilities of violence and HIV among women in Brazil: A latent class analysis 

SVRI Forum 2017 Presentation