A theory attempting to explain the drowning deaths of intoxicated, young, white, college males is taken to task based on empirical data. The claim that women do not drown is shown to be the result of methodological or sampling biases. Researchers gathered 200 cases of dead women pulled from rivers. A surprise finding relates to several victims who were murdered, and yet no claim of serial killing. Of these female victims, 43.7% “were killed by an intimate or sexual partner.”
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