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“I Wasn’t a Priority, I Wasn’t a Victim”: Challenges in Help Seeking for Transgender Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence
Author(s): Xavier L. Guadalupe-Diaz, Jana Jasinski
Publication Date: 2016
Among the crucial advancements in the study of intimate partner violence (IPV) is an understanding of the distinct help-seeking barriers that gay and lesbian victims face. Despite these additions to the literature, transgender IPV victimization remains under-researched. The current study utilized semi-structured interviews and openended questionnaires of 18 trans-identified survivors of IPV. Working through a modified grounded analytic approach,...