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2021-05-31

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Kwamena Sekyi Dickson, Abdul-Aziz Seidu, Sebastian Eliason, Florie Darteh, Eugene Kofuor Maafo Darteh

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AimThis study sought to examine the endorsement of wife beating among both males and females in South Africa using data from the 2016 South Africa Demographic and Health Survey.Subject and MethodsThe samples for this study included 8,333 women and 3,541 men in South Africa. Both descriptive (frequencies and percentages) and inferential statistics (logistic regression) analysis were conducted.ResultsBoth men (AOR = 2.21; CI = 1.60–3.05) and women (AOR = 1.50; CI = 1.20–1.87) aged 15–24 had higher probabilities of approving wife beating. Men (AOR = 3.43; CI = 1.86–6.29), and women (AOR = 1.80; CI = 1.16–2.77) within the poorest wealth status had a higher likelihood of approving wife beating. Rural men had a higher likelihood of approving wife beating compared to those from the urban areas. Men with no education (AOR = 3.58; CI = 1.61–7.96), primary (AOR = 5.88; CI = 3.24–10.63) and secondary (AOR = 3.20; CI = 1.85–5.54) had a higher likelihood of approving wife beating compare to those with higher/tertiary level of education.ConclusionThe study draws the attention of policymakers and other stakeholders in South Africa to place more attention and priority on rural men and those with low levels of education when designing and implementing policies and programs to address wife beating. There is also a need for targeted efforts aimed at educating community leaders, heads of households and men about the negative consequences of wife beatings and domestic violence in general. More... »

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189 Department of Population and HealthUniversity of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana
190 schema:name Department of Community Medicine, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana
191 Department of English, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana
192 Department of Population and HealthUniversity of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana
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