Most (if not all) the time, they are willing to suppress their feelings for the sake of the group. For a foreign traveller, it is important to know that the Taiwanese stress public harmony and overt conviviality. Any indication of conflict is readily buried and confrontation is frowned upon. In order to maintain harmony, they treat people with respect and dignity regardless of their own personal feelings. Etiquette - Taiwanese are generally friendly, easygoing and kind people.
The statistic shows that certain nationality are more likely to get divorce than others. For example some ostensibly traditional nation reported surprisingly higher rate as compared to nations like the Jamaicans, Colombians and Mexicans. Some of the statistics taken in the year 2004 are for every 1000 people in the United States, 4.95 gets divorced in the United Kingdom it is 3.08, whereas in Thailand it is 0.58. (source: http://www.therischest.com/rich-list/world/worlds-10-most-divorced-nations/) (Personal View) From my personal view the countries that have high divorce rates should come up with more effective solutions to overcome this problem. One way to do this would be to promote romantic getaways for married couples at special rates to encourage couples to spend more time with each other to try to rejuvenate their relationship.
Domestic violence has become more seriously and international problem nowadays. Domestic violence is intentional intimidation, physical assault, sexual assault, threats, force and psychological abuse (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2015). Indeed, wife assault has accounted for the largest part in domestic violence. In Australia, there was 85% of women experience assaults in 2012 (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2015). In US, a one-third of women and a quarter of men have been abused by intimate partner (NCADV 2015).
This is mentioned by Julian Leigh in a book about the different viewpoints of domestic violence: “Because the police are often reluctant to become involved in domestic violence cases, more than half the states now require law enforcement officers to arrest those accused by their partners of domestic violence.” (Roleff 107). Usually, when abuse is reported, it gets dealt with. But many still won’t tell anyone for various, substantial reasons. Some being that they blame themselves for the unhealthy relationships, they have an emotional attachment to the abuser, and, if they have children, the fear that the abuser will take custody if they leave or report them. Domestic violence can be hard to recognize by an outside person because the victim might be isolated or can act like nothing is happening behind the scenes.
Analysis of existing structures implemented to support victims of domestic violence. The initial conceptualisation of family violence was developed in the study of battered children in 1960’s since then many victims have been identified globally. In France, 148 women death was caused due to domestic violence in 2012, in Europe domestic violence is the main cause of female death aged 17 years to 40 years. Domestic violence has been defined in numerous ways, however one simple definition of domestic violence would be that, ‘’Domestic violence and emotional abuse are behaviours used by one person in a relationship to control the other. Partners may be married or not married; heterosexual, gay, or lesbian; living together, separated or dating.
No one likes humiliation of any kind. Problems at work and losing a job may also escalate domestic abuse. Suspecting that your partner is being unfaithful to you brings about jealousy and anger that might finally lead to physical abuse. Effects of domestic violence Any person, either a person or a family who affected by domestic violence, is usually faced with traumas. These traumas have devastating effects on the victim which range from physical, mental to spiritual.
One of the country which has the highest rate of divorce is United State of America. This could be due to many reasons like the culture they adopt where the people there are more selfish, come from broken homes, are more materialistic and others. In some of the Asian countries, the values of marriage are higher. This is probably due to the culture they practice whereby they look at life in a different way. As a sign of respect to the elders, divorce is a taboo subject.
The majority of victims in abusive relationships are by far women. A national report on domestic abuse in Afghanistan has showed that an overwhelming majority of woman, 87.2%, experienced at least one form of physical, sexual or psychological violence or forced marriage. But it was also seen that women who experience domestic violence don’t seek a legal divorce, partly due to economic dependence on their husbands and cultural pressure to keep families united. As a result, only 5% of cases involving violence against women surveyed by the UN in a recent report ended in prosecution in a formal court. People are not able to break away from relationships because of various reasons.
A bond that will turn your paradise into hell. Many women are victims of intimate partner violence (IPV), in fact, almost 1 in 4 women aged 18 and over have been victim of IPV and 27% of women have experienced contact sexual violence, physical violence, or stalking by an intimate partner. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) The unseen crime of domestic violence are often under-reported because of the sensitive nature of the subject. This ___ will analyse what are consequences of domestic abuse against women through three social science disciplines. Sociology will examine the consequences of social norms and patriarchy on abused women.
Almost two-thirds of civil divorces was initiated by the women to bring the crude rate of divorce in Singapore slightly higher to two from one point nine divorces per thousand residents, according to newly released Statistics on Marriages and Divorces 2011 report from the Department of Statistics Singapore. Meanwhile, the divorce rate in South Korea, during this year, has tripled as compared to 2013. The common reasons of this issue in this country can be varying, such as the lack of mental compatibility, lesser mutual interactions, no babies, and sometimes the jobless men are left by their wives because they have failed to run the families properly which lead them get separated. Yet, they are both considered one of the richest countries and have the highest economies in the