Moreover, certain assigned agencies should be created and made responsible for having representatives which are required to roam around houses questioning children themselves about their satisfaction and wether they are being violently attacked by family or not. If family violence was discovered to be taking place in a family then consequent punishments should be applied. In this way, the problem of family violence against children will be physically put to a halt instead of just drawing attention to the problem without taking actions like in the previous solutions. In conclusion, the issue of Family violence in relation to children is becoming controversial yet it’s consequences are often overlooked despite how serious they are. As mentioned family violence on children arises due to several reasons but some of them include previous violence acts, and female abuse which need to be put to an end.
Along with these specific theories there are other external factors in the offenders environment that can contribute to the abuse such as: stress, society demands and drug and alcohol dependency. Abusers who perpetrate domestic violence, do so to control their victims, and in order to maintain that control they threaten the safety of the victim. Although there is no justification for their behavior, there are theories in which can help us to understand exactly why and what reasons drive these people to abuse the people they claim to “love.” Culture of Violence Theory The Culture of Violence Theory is the idea that in large societies, some subcultures have developed the norm of physical violence.
They fear as if they use to much power on their child, the child would end up hating them so they just do whatever the child want. Authoritative parents has a teaching style balance of freedom and responsibility. They do not want their child to run amuck so they teach their children to know from what is right and wrong, which can allow their child a certain right of freedom. Authoritative parents encourage independence in their children but to also maintain maturity and respect to others around them. Permissive parents do not really teach their children what adult-like behaviors are in public, they expect their child to regulate their own behavior
Child Development should be something that a parent and kid should be able to enjoy and not learn to be aggressive, because of the way that their parents punish them or talk to them with an aggressive tone of voice. Tone’s the most important part of changing a child’s behavior it’s simple act happy and energetic around them and they’ll follow in the same steps. Act aggressive and violent, then that’s the way the children will act. Furthermore, Khazan uses reverse phycology in “No Spanking, No Time Out, No Problem” to manipulate parents to help them elicit a positive attitude instead of a negative one from their children. She uses both narrative and expository writing styles to support her purpose of persuasion--to appeal to more parents and/or readers.
Domestic violence refers to a behavior which involves emotional, psychological, physical, sexual or verbal abuse. This sort of aggression can hurt, damage, or kill a person. The problem of domestic violence is that while it occurs in every society, it is not talked about enough. In most cases of domestic violence, the weaker person, that is the woman or the child is attacked. According to Almosaed (2012), “The use and meaning of violence is connected with power.
Harsh physical punishment can affect an individual mentally and physically. It is related to child maltreatment in childhood and intimate partner violence in adulthood. Harsh physical punishment consists of pushing, grabbing, shoving, hitting, and slapping. Afifi and colleagues stated that experiencing physical maltreatment in childhood with or without other forms of child maltreatment may make physical violence seem acceptable and may increase the likelihood of violence continuing into intimate partner relationships in adulthood. Child maltreatment includes physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, physical and emotional neglect, exposure to intimate partner violence, and intimate partner violence in adulthood (Afifi, Mota, Sareen, & MacMillan, 2017).
Abuse is when you treat someone with violence (verbally, emotionally or physically) repeatedly. There are many people who get divorced simply because their spouse is abusive verbally, emotionally or physically. Even though their spouse is their other half some people feel insecure when they are with them because they are attacking them physically, using harsh words and shouting or doing things that would emotionally hurt them. One of the main causes of abuse is having difficulty tolerating (managing) anger. Instead of trying to discuss the problems they have or talking out why they are angry some find it easier to just verbally or physically abuse their spouse and feel better without caring or knowing that this might hurt the other person.
All these problems have complex impacts on our society in the future. The society should not continues to ignore the consequences of spanking. Corporal punishment is not the only method to teach children discipline. Parents should treat their children with respect, love and caring. They should spend more time and give more patient to children when trying to correct children’s behavior.
The school should be safe which create a welcoming place for student think they were respected and become an important people. They can contribute the tolerance and deference in the classroom able for student who involved the bullying in the hot spot and also make a respect rule to each other student (Brenchley, 2012). On the other hand, they can also elaborate law to student so that pupil can make their own role and good respect with the clear and short explaination (Brenchley, 2012). In addition, teacher and parents also can listen and give concentration for student who was feeling sad in the school. This is because they are pay attention and carefully listen their child about the whole matter that being experience in the school every day, this will make them feel warming with parent when communication (OBrien, 2011).
Parents have to change some of their principles and notions about how children should be raised. It is possible to avoid the use of physical force in the home, and doing so will help us move closer to vision of removing violence from our