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report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=13VACSSometimes a husband is annoyed or angered by things his wife does. Do you believe that it is acceptable for a man to hit or beat his wife?2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=14VACSHave you seen any adults in your home hit, kick, slap, punch, or hurt each other intentionally: never, once, a few times, many times?2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=15VACSHas a parent or other relative punched, kicked, whipped, or beat you with an object: never, once, a few times, many times?2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=16VACSHow old were you the most recent time this happened?2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=15VACSDid this happen in the last 12 months?2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=16VACSHow old were you the most recent time this happened?2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=16VACSWhat was your relationship to the relative who did this to you this most recent time?2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=16VACSWas this relative older than you, younger than you, or about the same age?2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=16VACSWould you say this relative was more than 10 years older than you, 5-10 years older or less than 5 years older?2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=16VACSAs a result of this most recent time when a relative punched, kicked, whipped, or beat you with an object, did you experience2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=17VACSHas a parent or any other relative choked, smothered, tried to drown, burned or scalded you intentionally: never, once, a few times, many times?2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=17VACSHas/did a parent or primary caregiver ever say that you were not loved, or did not deserve to be loved, or that they wished you had never been born or were dead, or has a parent or primary caregiver ever ridiculed you or put you down (for example say that you were stupid or useless): never, once, a few times, or many times?2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=18VACSHave you slapped or pushed a current or previous partner/husband: never, once, a few times, many times? By partner I mean a boyfriend, romantic partner, fiancé, live-in partner, or husband.2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2012_VACS.pdf#page=18VACSHave you punched, kicked, whipped, or beat with an object a current or previous partner/husband: never, once, a few times, many times?2012
report/Harwell_NCHS_2013_VACS_ Malawi.pdf#page=16VACSDo you believe, it is right for a man to hit or beat his wife: If she goes out without telling him?2013
report/Harwell_NCHS_2013_VACS_ Malawi.pdf#page=16VACSDo you believe, it is right for a man to hit or beat his wife: If she ignores the children?2013
report/Harwell_NCHS_2013_VACS_ Malawi.pdf#page=16VACSDo you believe, it is right for a man to hit or beat his wife:If she argues with him?2013
report/Harwell_NCHS_2013_VACS_ Malawi.pdf#page=16VACSDo you believe, it is right for a man to hit or beat his wife: If she refuses to have sex with him?2013
report/Harwell_NCHS_2013_VACS_ Malawi.pdf#page=17VACSDo you believe, it is right for a man to hit or beat his wife: If she makes bad food?2013
report/Harwell_NCHS_2013_VACS_ Malawi.pdf#page=18VACSDo you believe: A woman should tolerate violence to keep her family together?2013
report/Harwell_NCHS_2013_VACS_ Malawi.pdf#page=18VACSDo you find it justifiable for parents to use physical punishment such as, smacking, slapping, hitting, or beating when a child behaves inappropriately?2013
report/Harwell_NCHS_2013_VACS_ Malawi.pdf#page=18VACSDo you think it is appropriate for a child to use violence in order to resolve conflicts?2013
report/Harwell_NCHS_2013_VACS_ Malawi.pdf#page=20VACSAt any time in your life… did you see your parent get pushed, slapped, hit, punched, or beaten up by your other parent, or their boyfriend or girlfriend?2013
report/Harwell_NCHS_2013_VACS_ Malawi.pdf#page=21VACSAt any time in your life… did you see a parent hit, beat, kick, or physically hurt your brothers or sisters, not including a spanking on the bottom?2013
report/Harwell_NCHS_2013_VACS_ Malawi.pdf#page=21VACSAt any time in your life… outside of your home and family environment, did you see anyone get attacked or hit on purpose with a stick, rock, gun, knife or other thing that would hurt?2013