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​Luye Li and Brandie Pugh won the 2017 ACCCJ Outstanding Student Paper Award for their collaborative paper titled "Understanding of Why Women Stay in Physically Abuse Relationships: A collaborative Study of Chinese and American College Students."

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​Luye Li and Brandie Pugh won the 2017 ACCCJ Outstanding Student Paper Award for their collaborative paper titled "Understanding of Why Women Stay in Physically Abuse Relationships: A collaborative Study of Chinese and American College Students."

Luye Li and Brandie Pugh won the 2017 ACCCJ Outstanding Student Paper Award for their collaborative work on a comparative study of the conceptualizations of domestic violence between Chinese and American college students.

10/10/2017
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  • Center for Drug & Health Studies
  • 257 E. Main Street Suite 110
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-6107
  • cdhs-research@udel.edu