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Domestic Violence
Hannah Bergeron, Sarah Haydock, Carly Barber & Meghan Cady

Family Studies 525: Spring 2015

Citations
ACADV. (2015). The Effects of DV on Children. Retrieved March 3, 2015 from http://www.acadv.org/children.html.
Benedictis, T.D., Jaffe, J., &Segal, J. (2014). Domestic Violence and Abuse: Types. Signs, Symptoms, Cause and Effects. In American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. From http://www.aaets.org/article144.htm
Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence. (2015). Who is Affected by Domestic Violence? Retrieved March 20, 2015 from http://www.dcadv.org/who-affected-domestic-violence.
Domestic Violence. (2014, July). In The United States Department of Justice. From http://www.justice.gov/ovw/domestic-violence
Domestic Violence Statistics. (2011). In Ending Violence Everywhere Foundation. From http://www.evefoundation.org/domestic-violence-statistics/
Safe Horizon. (2015). Domestic Violence: Statistics & Facts. Retrieved March 11, 2015 from http://www.safehorizon.org/page/domestic-violence-statistics--facts-52.html?gclid=CILc6pC6j8QCFUY9gQod3GEAiA.
Types of
Domestic Violence
1) Physical
2) Sexual
3) Emotional
4) Psychological
5) Economic
What is
Domestic Violence?
"A pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over another intimate partner."
Overview of
Domestic Violence
Hannah Bergeron
Hannah Bergeron
Hannah Bergeron
Physical Abuse
Use of physical force against another person
Withholding medical care/medications
Forced consumption of alcohol and drugs
Ranges from physical restrain to murder
Hannah Bergeron
Sexual Abuse
Sexual Assault
Sexual Harassment
Sexual Exploitation
Emotional Abuse
Undermining of individual's self-worth and self-esteem
Longer lasting and more damaging effects
Verbal and non-verbal
Psychological Abuse
Very similar to Emotional Abuse
Caused by instilling fear or further violence upon the victim
Economic Abuse
Making the victim financially dependent on their abuser
Typically accomplished early on in the relationship
Hannah Bergeron
Hannah Bergeron
Hannah Bergeron
Hannah Bergeron
3 Types:
Effects of Domestic Violence on Families
Ways in which children are affected
Sexual Abuse in Relationships
Carly Barber
Background Information
and Statistics
1 out of every 7 American women who have ever been married has been raped by a husband or ex-husband.
Laws and How to Stop it
Marital rape has been illegal in every state and the District of Columbia since 1993, but is infrequently prosecuted for various reason.
Why Do Victims
Stay?
Reasons to Stay
Situational
It's a Cycle
Incident
Tension-
Building
Honeymoon
Phase
Calming
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Meghan Cady
The Question
"Why would you stay in an
Comes off as derogatory
Makes it seem like the victim's fault for continuing to be abused
It's not a choice
Emotional
Lack of emotional support
Attachment to the abuser
Feeling trapped
Belief he/she is the only one who can help the abuser with his/her problems
abusive relationship?"
1) Are children who witness domestic violence affected by domestic violence? If yes, how so?

2) Can men be victims of Domestic Violence? If yes, why don't we hear about it as often?

3) Why do you think a victim of domestic violence would stay with their abuser?
Possible Effects
Teenagers
About one in three teenage girls are affected by domestic violence
Technology has become a major issue due to harassment and stalking
More likely to drink, smoke, eat unhealthy, be sexually active and consider suicide
Neglect
Child neglect is very common in households where there is domestic violence
Worst thing a parent can do to their child
Lead them to grow up with anger problems, have fewer relationships with peers, low self-esteem, or anxiety
May harm oneself or become violent in future relationships
Sarah Haydock
Sarah Haydock
Sarah Haydock
Sarah Haydock
Sarah Haydock
Hannah Bergeron
Meghan Cady
Economic dependence on the abuser
Fear of physical harm to self or children
Fear of emotional damage to children over the loss of a parent
Fear of social isolation- the abuser is often the victim's only support system
Meghan Cady
Meghan Cady
#WhyIStayed
"I hashtagged it so that if anybody wanted to join in, we could form some kind of community and keep the talk going, and then all of a sudden it just blew up," she says.

@bevtgooden
I tried to leave the house once after an abusive episode, and he blocked me.
He slept in front of the door that entire night. #WhyIStayed
11:47 AM - 8 Sep 2014

@taephoenix
I thought I wasn't worthy of any other
kind of love. #WhyIStayed
@parishatcher
As a Blk queer radical feminist activist I was afraid 2 tell
community I was living the reality I was trying to dismantle #WhyIStayed
@DrGLove1
I thought I could heal their wound. #WhyIStayed
@dearminerva
Because before you know it, everything is in his name and he can take it away when he's mad. #WhyIStayed
Serico, S. (2014).
Beyond Ray Rice: #WhyIStayed hashtag personalizes domestic violence.
Retrieved from: http://www.today.com/news/beyond-ray-rice-whyistayed-hashtag-personalizes-domestic-violence-1D80137572
Sarah Haydock
Why do Abuse Victims Stay? (2008). Retrieved from: http://www.domesticviolenceroundtable.org/abuse-victims-stay.html
Walker, L. E., Duros, R. I., & Tome, A. (1979).
The Battered Woman Syndrome.
Retrieved from http://www.domesticviolence.org/cycle-of-violence/


Meghan Cady
Meghan Cady
Not just discriminated to women or marriages. It can happen in any type of relationship
More than three million children witness domestic violence each year
Even if they are not being abused, they are still affected
Incapable of having nurturing bonds with parents
Interfere with abuse
Living in fear in their home
Leads to harmful effects
Emotional
Behavioral
Social
Physical
Not until the late 1970s was anyone in the US convicted of raping a spouse.
Like other forms of rape/assault, it is still one of the most unreported crimes.
www.rainn.org/public-policy/sexual-assualt-issues/marital-rape
Quote
"Any situation in which you are forced to participate in unwanted, unsafe, or degrading sexual activity is sexual abuse. Forced sex, even by a spouse or intimate partner with whom you also have consensual sex, is an act of aggression and violence. Furthermore, people whose partners abuse them physically and mentally are at a higher risk of being seriously injured or killed" (heathguide.org).
Laws and How to Stop it
Report the case
Hotlines
Online Resources
Counseling Centers
Friends and Family's support
Carly Barber
Carly Barber
Carly Barber
Carly Barber
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