Men are also at a risk of abuse. Causes of domestic abuse People who have grown up experiencing the abuse, for instance, witnessing a neighbor or one of their parents being abused, learned that the behavior is an ideal way to express their grievances. Such people are the main perpetrators of domestic violence. It gets even worse if the same people have not been confronted or stopped by anyone as they will continue with the violence.
As long as there is suspicion and facts of abuse in the home, every possible solution must be taken into consideration. The effects of domestic violence on our society are obviously enormous, but are impossible to measure. Our entire nation suffers. You can see the effects at bus stations, fast-food restaurants, and schools. You can see it on television and in jails.
Since the strongest predictive factor of violence against women is male has a high level control of the socioeconomic decision-making, abused women difficult to leave abusive relationships are directly related to the lack of employment and lack of self-financing (McDonough 2010). There is a relationship between economic and social disadvantages that result in high risks of violence and crime in intimate partners in western’s studies (People 2005). Nevertheless, the early experiences of violence are also shaping the child 's personality development, may suppress behavior control, adaptive social skills, compassion (Lacey, Saunders & Zhang 2011). The children 's experiences and the relationship between the witness and commit violence between adults may reflect a process of cultural transmission that learnt from generation to generation. Therefore, women may shape that men violence women are acceptable due to their experience of childhood.
Domestic violence against women affects the emotional such as, feelings, behaviors and can impact one’s mental stability. Increased anxiety, post - traumatic stress disorder and depression symptoms are commonly observed among survivors of domestic violence. The study of Thananowan and Kaesornsamut shows that women who experience violence during pregnancy has higher stress and depressive symptom, less social support, and lower self -
In all families, child abuse does occur even though we look the children are very happy from outside. Based on the research done by Janet Curie and Erdal Tekkin (2006), among the factors for child abuse are parents with lack of parenting skills. Some caregivers or parents never learn the skills on how to raise their kids. Teen parents, for example might have unrealistic expectations about how much care small children need or parents may raise their children as the way they were raised. Alcohol and drugs abuse are the most risky factor contributing to child abuse.
Introduction Domestic violence occurs between two adults in a relationship that includes one controlling the other, resulting in physical abuse or mental abuse and neglect. Some of the contributing factors that initiate the domestic violence includes being insecure, non-employed, drinking and using drugs. These factors can result in one getting hurt or dying from their inflicted injuries. Furthermore, children can be emotionally and mentally traumatized over the course of events that they witnessed in the home and act out their aggression in school. To break the cycle of domestic violence the individual would have to leave the relationship and seek out help through family, friends, police, medical psychologist.
It is interesting to note that 40% of victims of child abuse report violence in home (Unicef, 2009). The socially/legally reserved right of children to live in a safe and quiescent home environment is unfortunately not self-evident for a large number of children in modern world. An important element in analyzing the characteristics of domestic violence among children, is that besides physical punishment there are other cruel and equally damaging non-physical forms of violence which children suffer within the family environment. The most characteristic are: enduring persistent threats, insults, verbal abuse, belittling, isolation and rejection (Pinheiro, P., 2006). In addition, a substantial form of domestic abuse of children is sexual violation, either in the form of sexual harassment by their parents or relatives or in the form of forced sex within forced and early marriage, which is still a “traditional costume” in some places.
It can cause injury and mental issues, it can also cause trust issues and anger mange issues, but the most important that is can lead to criminal behavior and violence according to Alitthad Newspaper. being abused can also affect their education, they might fail and they also might copy what they see at home and do it to other kids in school. It can also affect their future by having to deal with serious issues, such as their mental issues or their injuries and scars that should be cured, and their future life when they have their own family. As World Health Organization said in their report in 1992 " that 97% of children abuse cases are caused by an addicted person". Then effects can affect children for long-terms, because when the abuse stop, the impact of child abuse does not end.
Introduction Family violence is an ongoing concern that many families are faced with today. It has only been recent years, that individuals know as claim makers have shed light on to this societal issue. As depicted in the media, family violence such as child abuse, marital abuse, partner violence and co-occurrence abuse have been the cause of thousands of injuries and deaths amongst families. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “1 in 4 Americans is directly affected by family violence” (Kelley, 2018). Granted that, very few people can deny the fact that more effort should be put into ending family violence; Especially, violence thats inflicted upon vulnerable populations such as women and children.