Factors That Affect Female Survivors' Recovery from Economic Violence

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Katelyn Kuns
Gary Dick


By Katelyn Kuns, Social Work

Advisor: Gary Dick

Presentation ID: 102

Abstract: Economic violence is an issue that permeates society. The social work profession has an interest in finding answers for what helps survivors of economic violence and what harms them in order to further the profession's available interventions with the domestic violence population. There is an abundance of research that suggests this societal problem is important to look into further due to the problem's scope and effect on the individual and society as a whole. Through a mixed method study this paper proposes further research into factors that affect survivor's recovery from economic abuse using both surveys and interviews. Factors such as employment, housing, and financial stability will be explored in how they affect a survivor's recovery.

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Category: Social (In)Justice