http://www.womensenews.org/article.cfm?aid=1461 Scholars from 11 cities have come up with some answers to an age-old question in the battered women's movement--which abused women are in the most danger? Women's E News reports that as researchers probed the stories of women who had been murdered, some obvious clues such as gun ownership and an abuser's arrest record were prominent. But more surprising results turned up, such as the presence of a stepchild and an abuser's job status . . .
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