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Domestic violence

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Transcript of Domestic violence

Child's view
physical abuse
Hitting
Sleep derivation
Acid attacks
Bride burning
sexual abuse
Rape
Marital rape
Female genital mutilation
Incest
Reproductive coercion
Domestic violence
Domestic violence
Any pattern of behavior involving violence or abuse by one person against another in a domestic setting such as in marriage or cohabitation.
Types of violence
physical
sexual
emotional
economic
Emotional abuse
Threats
Isolation
public humiliation
Unrelenting criticism, and devaluation.
Economic abuse
Preventing money acquisition
Exploiting the resources
Forcing to sell things or changing their will
Demographics
1\3 women
will experience physical or sexual abuse in her lifetime
In Egypt:
34%
In children
: outlawing parental punishment
In adolescents
: equal rates from both genders
Under reporting


Influences and factors
Individual level:
low income and education
child maltreatment
mental disorder
substance abuse
acceptance of violence
Relationship level
: infidelity
Society level

Consequences
physical
psychological
psycho-somatic
negative health behaviors
reproductive health
fatal outcomes
prevention
legislation
school based programs
Religion
References
wikipedia.org/wiki/Domestic_violence#Effects
U.S Department of Justice (2007). "About domestic violence". usdoj.gov. U.S. Department of Justice.
ordan, Mary (20 August 2008). "Searching for freedom, chained by the law". The Washington Post (Nash Holdings). Retrieved 3 August 2013
Dodd, Lynda Warren (March 2009). "Therapeutic groupwork with young children and mothers who have experienced domestic abuse". Educational Psychology in Practice (Taylor and Francis) 25 (1): 21–36.
History
Wife beating and child killing as legal acts
political agitations and legislations
Wives, husbands, children or the elderly can be victims.
Take a future message
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