Capturing Sexual Violence Experiences Among Battered Women Using the Revised Sexual Experiences Survey and the Revised Conflict Tactics Scales
Référence bibliographique 
Moreau, Catherine, Boucher, Sophie, Hebert, Martine et Lemelin, Jacinthe. 2015. «Capturing Sexual Violence Experiences Among Battered Women Using the Revised Sexual Experiences Survey and the Revised Conflict Tactics Scales ». Archives of Sexual Behavior, vol. 44, no 1, p. 223-231.
Intentions : «[T]his study is the first to investigate the concordance between the CTS2 [Conflict Tactics Scales] and the revised SES [Sexual Experiences Survey] among a clinical sample of women in shelters.» (p. 224)
Échantillon/Matériau : «Our sample consisted of 144 heterosexual female victims of intimate partner violence.» (p. 225)
Instruments : Questionnaires
Type de traitement des données : Analyse statistique
«Descriptive data from our study indicated that the CTS2 was able to detect more cases of IPSV [intimate partner sexual violence] than the SES and the prevalence rate obtained with the CTS2 was significantly higher. More specifically, 63% with SES and 73% with CTS2 of participants reported some form of sexual violence from their partner in the past year with 79.7% of them reporting sexual violence on at least one measure. Both instruments were concordant for 76.8% of the sample in detecting presence or absence of sexual victimisation; the phi value indicated that the SES and CTS2 measured a similar sexual violence concept. That said, our results suggest that the CTS2 is a more sensitive instrument for identifying IPSV when compared to the SES since it was able to detect 23 more cases of sexual violence (16.7% of sample). Conversely, the SES identified 9 cases undetected with the CTS2 (6.5% of sample).» (p. 228)