Na quarta-feira, dia 25 de maio, pelas 14h30, o Centro NOVAFRICA convida Tilman Brück, do International Security and Development Center, para apresentar o seu trabalho.
This paper studies the long-run individual-level origins of perpetrating intimate partner violence. Using self-collected survey data from Angola, we demonstrate that the exposure to wartime sexual violence significantly increases a former soldier’s propensity to commit domestic violence more than a decade a.er the end of the war. To establish causality, we exploit a natural experiment in exposure to wartime sexual violence by armed groups induced by the Angolan war. We argue that being conditioned into gender-based violent practice causes an increase in perpetrated domestic violence, and that this effect is psychological and persistent in nature. The results support an interpretation of domestic violence as expressive behavior that is not triggered by payoff-relevant considerations, and are not consistent with dominant interpretations of domestic violence as a function of intra-family power structure or prevailing cultural norms.
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