| || || Music videos | Social aspects | Fiji. Intimate partner violence | Fiji | Psychological aspects. Marital violence | Fiji. Feminism and music | Fiji.|
| || || Sexualized music video exposure and intimate partner violence reactions : exploring moderating and mediating factors|
Author: Edwards, Wren Alice
Institution: The University of the South Pacific
Award: M.A. Psychology
Subject: Music videos | Social aspects | Fiji. Intimate partner violence | Fiji | Psychological aspects. Marital violence | Fiji. Feminism and music | Fiji.
Call No.: Pac HV 6626 .23 .F5 E39 2019
Copyright:10-20% of this thesis may be copied without the authors written permission
Abstract: Intimate partner violence is a significant and insidious issue in Fiji. Specifically, a recent study demonstrated that 72% of females in that country will experience such violence at least once during their lifetime (Narang, 2017). The purpose of the current study was to examine how exposure to sexualized music videos might influence Fijian females’ responses to both the victims and perpetrators of intimate partner violence. The specific aims involved an assessment of the factors that might moderate (i.e., participant ethnicity) and mediate (i.e., participant self objectification) the impact of such videos on participant’s responses to an incident of intimate partner violence.