Intimate partner violence, stress and learned helplessness among women
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The study examined the relationship between Intimate Partner Violence, Stress and Learned Helplessness among women. It applied correlation research design to measure the strength of the significant relationship between the variables. 100 participants were selected using simple random sampling and data acquired was analyzed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences and the Pearson correlation coefficient was used to test the hypotheses at a significant level of 0.05. Findings indicated that, there was no significant relationship between Intimate Partner Violence and Stress, there was no significant relationship between Intimate Partner Violence and Learned Helplessness and finally there was a significant statistical relationship between Stress and Learned Helplessness.