One reason why inmates are depressed is because of lack of support from family and friends or even just being able to see their family and friends, of course this falls in the category of their sentence. A second reason is their sentence. One final reason that I will provide is trauma, sometimes the inmates are always victims of
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.
The justice system has completely failed us. Many young men and women are incarcerated for years or their whole life for the wrong reasons. Some kids are charged as adult for a crime they commited which means they murdered someone or worse. Study found that some 10,000 children are housed in adult jails and they’re five times more likely to be sexually assaulted in adult prisons than
Though witnessing violence isn’t always the case. His parents could’ve been very abusive while growing up. It says that 80% of adults that were abused as a child now have some type of a psychological disorder. So more than likely, Bowling’s suffered from abuse as a child. According to what detectives discovered of Maple’s body, she suffered a head injury, was strangled and was also raped.
It is a shocking fact that “nearly 20 people per minute are physically abuse they their partner in the United States” (NCADV). Thousands of people are affected by abuse but sadly not all get reported to the police. Many do not know that domestic abuse is not just child abuse or physical abuse. Domestic abuse comes in different forms that people can experience in their lives and not know they are experiencing some type of abuse. Countless innocent people are impacted by domestic violence; fortunately organizations such as White Ribbon in Australia and Women Against Abuse are attempting to make a difference to make a change.
Childhood abuse has been given varying levels of blame in the development of serial killers. De Becker (1997) quoted Ressler’s research and stated that “100 percent [of serial killers] had been abused as children, either with violence, neglect, or humiliation” (p. 55). Ressler and Shachtman (1992) report that, “over 40 percent of the [serial] murderers reported being physically beaten and abused in their childhoods. More than 70 percent said they had witnessed or been part of sexually stressful events when young…” (p. 85). Although other motivations for killing exist, this study will focus on Lust Killers, those who kill for some sexual gratification (Egger, 2002; Hickey, 2002).
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).
The woman may have become so reliant on the man that to face independence is a traumatic outcome. She may have lost the survival skills necessary to function alone, and will stay because even though there is abuse. She is better off with the man. Also, if there are children involved the woman may fear what this will do to her kids. Destroying the family unit will have an effect on everybody.
Parents can be worried about their children also, parents can be too protective of their children. Community gangs can affect a person on gangs, alcohol and drug use. The communities can join together to end the gang violence in their communities. According to gang prevention, “In 2010 4,828 young people aged 10 to 24 were victims of homicide an average of 13 each day in 2010”
Approximately 30 percent of all children and youth in grades 9 through 14 have been bullied or have bullied other children "sometimes" or more often within a semester. Effects of Bullying: Bullying can have serious effects on children who are bullied. These children are more likely than their peers to be depressed, lonely, and anxious; have low self-esteem. Children who bully: Children who bully tend to have average or above average self-esteem.
Following the release of the movie and the criticism that N.W.A. biopic leaves out the history of abused women, many of the domestic abuse victims are speaking up of the past, and alleging that their stories are left out of the movie. In a separate interview with VLAD TV, Dr. Dre 's ex-fiancée, Michel 'le Toussaint, an R&B singer and songwriter, said, "I was just a quiet girlfriend who got beat up and told to sit down and shut up." Singer Michel 'le accused him of physical abuse when they were together as a couple, but took no steps to initiate legal action. Speaking to The Times she said, "I 've been talking about my abuse for many, many years, but it has not gotten any ears until now."
Domestic violence is an ongoing matter which occurs worldwide. When thinking about domestic violence, one might automatically think about women being the victim, however it is very common for men to be victims in domestic violence disputes as well. According to a national survey done in 2010 by the U.S. Department of Justice and Centers of Disease Control, more men were victims of intimate partner physical violence within the last twelve months. Also over 40 percent of severe physical violence was directed at men (SAFE, 2015). Men being abused is an issue that is overlooked with very little sources available to male victims of domestic violence (SAFE, 2015).