Transcript: Emotional. Physical. Sexual. Even financial. What is it? An unhealthy relationship.. Domestic Violence is when one person in the relationship hurts or bullies the other: either people who are going out of family members. It can happen in ANY type of relationship. It can also carry on when the relationship is over, even young children are affect by hearing or seeing Domestic Violence. They can also be hurt or bullied as part of Domsetic Violence between adults. It can occur in: Help and support. A healthy relationship.. Domestic Violence.
Transcript: Domestic Violence Domestic Violence is a violent interaction between family members involving physical harm, sexual assault, or fear of physical harm. It can also be between boyfriend and girlfriend or even just friends. The attacker uses acts of violence and a series of behaviors to control the other person. The violence may not happen often, but may remain a hidden and constant terrorizing factor. Domestic violence is not only physical and sexual violence but also psychological. Psychological violence means intense and repetitive. They control the actions or behaviors of the other through intimidation or manipulation . Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women between the ages of 15 and 44 in the United States, more than car accidents, muggings, and rapes combined. Three to four million women in the United States are beaten in their homes each year by their husbands, ex-husbands, or male lovers. One woman is beaten by her husband or partner every 15 seconds in the United States. One in every four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Domestic violence does not end immediately with separation. Over 70% of the women injured in domestic violence cases are injured after separation. Boys who witness domestic violence are twice as likely to abuse their own partners and children when they become adults.
Transcript: The Outcome Chris and Rihanna today The Media This article is newsworthy because it demonstrates that domestic violence happens between all sorts of people. Whether they are famous or not. This issue has made women open up their eyes and realize that they can seek help if they are suffering from domestic violence. Although, Rihanna has chosen to forgive Chris and move on with their lives. The article is biased when it comes to the whole story. Simply because no one really knows what really happened between them. But Chris is definitely wrong for doing what he did. Domestic violence is a hidden, often ignored worldwide problem that does not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, economic class, gender, etc. Domestic Violence What does Chris have to say? Hip hop Artist, Chris Brown, beat his girlfriend Rihanna Charges were pressed against Chris Brown and he was taken to court He pleaded guilty to felony battery charges Brown was sentenced to complete a year-long domestic violence counseling course, a restraining order, five years probation, and 1,400 hours of community service Rihanna joined the ranks of physically assaulted women, becoming a “one in four” woman who experienced domestic violence in her lifetime Is this article newsworthy? What happened? & the Media Interviewed on August 20, 2012 A pattern of behavior in which one person uses, or threatens to use, physical, sexual, verbal or emotional abuse or violence to obtain and maintain power and control over his or her intimate partner. How Rihanna felt about the issue Chris and Rihanna have been collaborating with their music. A lot of the music they sing individually has been written for one another. They hang out when ever they get the chance. The media plays a big role in this because right when this incident happened, it was all over the news If they weren't famous celebrities, this would not be on the news Chris Brown is hated millions of people today because of his mistake The media has made Chris Brown look like a monster On the other hand, Rihanna is greatly supported by her fans A societal factor that influenced Chris was his family. He grew up in a home where there was domestic violence. That could have easily influenced him. Although it is never something someone should do. He has an anger problem and he is seeking help for it. Chris Brown & Rihanna Their story... Societal Factors
Transcript: Conclusion Domestic Violence is not something that should be taken lightly. It is happening all over the world today, and it is our job to be aware. Something as serious as Domestic violence and/ or abuse should not be kept a secret, it is NOT just a private family matter! Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr History Spousal murders in Israel climbing By 2002, over 200 reports of murder Violence against woman's act passed in 1994 CURRENT VIEWPOINT People are still victims of domestic violence/ abuse currently; there are many circumstances that effect this: Age Disabilities Cultural Barriers Dependency Social Pressure Feelings/ beliefs Domestic violence is a concern in not only the criminal justice system but in social justice as well, and should be looked at as a serious issue, not as a private family matter. Domestic Violence History Care For God's Creations What is Domestic Violence? Life and Dignity of the Human Person CST FUTURE Husband was considered head of the household Entitled to property and belongings and was supposed to support wife and children First law against domestic violence in Massachusetts in 1641 Impossible for Women to want divorce Violence against women was quite common Option for the poor/ vulnerable In 1920, "wife beating" was made illegal Wasn't a serious crime until 1970 A husband abusing his wife should be considered less severe then if it were s stranger; husband has authority over her History
Transcript: Patlong Lee Where to get help ? Myth: Domestic Violence occurs in only a small percentage of relationships. Truth: Domestic Violence occurs in 1 of 3 relationships, including same sex relationships. What is Domestic Violence ? when one person in an intimate relationship or marriage tries to dominate and control the other person Myth: If the victim didn’t like it, they would leave. Truth: There are many reasons why they may not leave, including fear for herself & her children. Not leaving doesn't mean that the situation is okay or that the victim wants to be abused. The most dangerous time for a woman who is being abused is when she tries to leave. Myth: Stress and anger leads to violence. Truth: Violent behavior is a choice. Perpetrators use it to control their victims. Domestic violence is about the abuser using their control, not losing their control. "Silence Hides the Violence." Myth: Most people who commit violence are under the effects of alcohol or drugs. Truth: Although many abusive partners also abuse alcohol and/or drugs, this is not the underlying cause of the battering. Many batterers use alcohol/drugs as an excuse to explain their violence. Domestic Violence Domestic Abuse Response Team (DART) The Women's Community National Domestic Violence Hotline - fear of your partner - feeling like you have to be cautious with all actions around him/her to avoid a blow up - partner tries to bring you down, control you, or makes you feel hopeless - abuser isolates you from support system; such as friends and family - they attempt to control what you wear, what you do or who you see - abuser is overly sensitive, acts hurt when not getting their way - abuser is intimidating; using threatening body language, punching walls, or breaking objects By: Annie Thao Mai Lou Yang - physical abuse (domestic violence) - verbal or nonverbal abuse (psychological abuse, mental abuse, emotional abuse) - sexual abuse - economic abuse or financial abuse Common Myths http://www.domesticviolence.org/ What are the types of domestic violence? Signs of Domestic Violence
Transcript: References Beynon, C. E., Gutmanis, I. A., Tutty, L. M., Wathen, C. N., MacMillan, H.L., Why physicians and nurses ask for (or don’t) about partner violence: a qualitative analysis. BMC Public Health, 2012. 12:473 Guillery, M.E., Benzies, K.M., Mannion, C., & Evans, S. (2012). Postpartum nurses’ perceptions of barriers to screening for intimate partner violence: A cross-sectional survey. Biomed Central Nursing, 11(2), 1-8. Jeanjot, I., Barlow, P., & Rozenberg, S. (2008). Domestic violence during pregnancy: survey of patients and healthcare providers. Journal Of Women's Health (15409996), 17(4), 557-567. doi:10.1089/jwh.2007.0639 Robinson, R. (2010). Myths and stereotypes: How registered nurses screen for intimate partner violence. Journal of emergency nursing, 36(6), 572-576. Wathen, C.N., Tanaka, M., Catallo, C., Lebner, A.C., Friedman, M.K., Hanson, M.D., Freeman, C., Jack, S.M., Jamieson, E., MacMillan, H.L. (2009). Are clinicians being prepared to care for abused women? A survey of health professional education in Ontario, Canada. Biomed Central Nursing, 9(34), 1-11. doi:10.1186/1472-6920-9-34 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE What can y Guillery, Benzies, Mannion, and Evans, (2012) “Postpartum nurses’ perceptions of barriers to screening for IPV: A cross-sectional survey” Jeanjot, Barlow, and Rozenberg (2008) “Domestic violence during pregnancy: survey of patients and healthcare providers” LINKING THE ARTICLES u do as a nurse? Robinson, (2010) “Myths and stereotypes: How registered nurses screen for IPV” By: Kristen, Courtney, Muriel, Miranda, Greg Application to Southern Alberta Beynonf, Gutmanis, Tutty, Wathen, and MacMillan (2012) “Why physicians and nurses ask (or don’t) about partner violence” Wathen, C.N. et al., (2009). "Are clinicians being prepared to care for abused women? A survey of health professional education in Ontario, Canada."
Transcript: Domestic Violence They tell you they love you, but yet show no remorse in your blood It shouldn't hurt to fall in love Only 30% of children and teenagers speak out against domestic violence. Would you tell anyone if you knew? Don't be scared. If you see something, do something about it. Don't let it happen. That person you don't help might not see it to tomorrow. Domestic violence can start with almost anything. most cases of domestic violence however start as the abuser as a child being abused or not givin the right amount of love. Such as too much or too little., Domestic violence has many effects on the person being abused. They can suffer from serious internal injuries such as internal bleeding or punctural wounds. There is also emotional effects such as P.T.S.D. If the abuse doesn't stop and worse comes to worse then the effect could be death. Too Beautiful, He is We. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- What kind of man lays his hands on the woman he loves? Calls her “Angel”, but shows no remorse. And the blood, he covers her body in bruises and scars. You don’t understand just how beautiful, you are. You are too beautiful, Your heart, it wants something more. Those shades of blue on that face of yours, Hide that smile that beats in your chest. When he’s done with her beating he just stands aside. Wipes the sweat from his brow, and yells over her cries. “You don’t know what I’ve been through.” He yells and he says, “You don’t know what I’ve done for you.” And hits her, again. You are too beautiful, Your heart, it wants something more. Those shades of blue on that face of yours, Hide that smile that beats in your chest. She stands in the mirror, she looks less alive. She lifts up her shirt to see she has five, Branded fingers, on her side. She’s feeling it all now. But she doesn’t cry. She doesn’t cry. You are too beautiful, Your heart, it wants something more. Those shades of blue on that face of yours, Hide that smile that beats in your chest. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Photo credits: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr It could be much larger! Here is some context. Provide some common ground. Or something from the present, that we should look beyond. Wowing template. Click through in 20 steps. So... An Example: Bing.com Bing.com Here is something small... Bing.com Bing.com 30 But we can move beyond the present. Why?
Transcript: It Scars for life 1 out of 4 women have or are being domesticly hurt. 1 out of every 3 teenage girls are abused by their boyfriends Men, Women and Children experience domestic violence everyday People You May know who have been through Domestic Violence Shelters around the Dallas Area Genesis Women's Shelter Family Place Hopes Door The Salvation Army Stop Domestic Violence Today! Oprah Winfrey: Talk Show Host Farrah: Teen Mom Rapper Domestic Violence Christina Aguilera: Singer and Actress Maya Angelou: Writer Statistics for Domestic Violence Nicki Minaj:Singer
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