Victim-blaming Social Norms and Gender-based Violence

Despite its huge social, psychological and economic costs, gender-based, intimate partner violence (IPV) is a phenomenon that persists in many countries. Are persisting victim-blaming attitudes and lack of action/policy change due to differences in own values or prevailing social norms? Konstantinos Matakos examines the role (and the evolution) of victim-blaming social norms on own attitudes, incentivized behavior and policy support towards addressing IPV.

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