> Domestic violence: The most prevalent form of violence is domestic violence. This form often goes far beyond a psychological torture and results in forced marriages, amputation, denial of food, physical torture, rape and shaving of eyebrows and hair. The perpetrators, according to the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, are identified as either being the victims husband, the in-laws or her father or brother. For the worse, about 70 to 90% (maybe more) suffer domestic violence within Pakistan. That 's a horrible scenario to take into account.
To examine the impact of domestic violence on the abused women, their children and inter-family relations. To suggest measures to control, minimize and, if possible, eradicate family violence against women. To prevent demand for dowry and demand for male child and abortion. To recommend safety measures to women and to raise their status in their homes and society at large. Note - The given above reasons for this research is because these reasons determine the health of women as they often suffer, stress, trauma, physical, and sexual abuse psychologically or emotionally.
Domestic violence is one of the most major issues of today 's Lebanese society, as well as all over the world. Domestic violence can be defined as a pattern of behavior that is used in any relationships such as marriage, dating, cohabitation, family, or even friends where the partner uses his power in order to control the others in an abusive behavior through intimidation, fear, physical and emotional attacks. Domestic behavior has many names such as family violence, child beating, women beating, or family abuse. Domestic violence is not specific for certain families; it can happen to any person of any gender, race, or religion. However, this violence mainly faces women and children.
Today, violence against women is one of the common problems in the domestic and international communities. This issue when it becomes important that we find this phenomenon with its various dimensions can be carriers of the consequences, which in turn, causes the instability and insecurity of social and family foundations. The method used in this study is descriptive-analytical and data collection is library method, that author by analyzing the collected material deals with the reasoning and conclusions. In this study to investigate violence against women in Iranian law has been manifested the factors involved. According to the study, factors such as culture, economy and society are effective in the intensity and violence against women, that
Domestic violence has attracted much attention of the sociologists in India since the decades of 1980s. Violence affects the lives of millions of women, worldwide, in all socio- economic and educational classes. It cuts across cultural and religious barriers, impending the right of women to participate fully in society. Domestic violence occurs in all cultures; people of all societies and classes. In earlier times, violence against women was a result of the prevalent atmosphere of ignorance and feudalism.
But after Mariam had a miscarriage everything changed. Rasheed became more sensitive and he seems to have a problem with his temper. The spousal abuse started with verbal taunting such as Rasheed mocking Mariam for not knowing simpal things such as knowing meaning of words. Khaled Hosseini uses the theme of domestic abuse to highlight the issue of social justice among women in Afghanistan. The protagonists in the novel are constantly being abused physically and mentally by their cynical husband.
This study seeks to understand international law and domestic violence with focus on the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Domestic violence is very prevalent in Afghanistan with majority of targets being women and children. However the main focus in this research would be the women. Domestic Violence against women can be called domestic abuse, spousal abuse, battering and family violence, furthermore it is a serious concern because not only is it a violent act committed against women, it also violates their human rights. Tjaden & Thoennes (2000) defined domestic violence as rape, assault and stalking perpetuated by current and former dates, spouses and cohabiting partners. The Office of Violence against Women (2007) defines domestic violence as a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over another intimate partner.
Domestic violence against Women by intimate partners in Thailand In Thailand married women at the age of 15-49 years old have experienced physical or psychological violence from their intimate partner every day, 2-3 times a week (ICDD, 2012).When the "domestic violence" happened, women can be victims more than men. Domestic violence is a social critical issue and should not happen to anybody, but it is difficult to prevent.The problem is often overlooked, excused, or denied. Domestic violence against women by intimate partnersis a pattern of threatening or controlling behavior imposed on women by intimating partner without regarding for her rights, feeling, body, or health . Although the problem can be caused by either male or female, it
It is one of the main problems that exist in our country. Given that childcare and hygiene is one of the responsibilities exclusively for women, a large number of women that are mainly immigrant’s work as community helpers in homes. Approximately 70% of immigrants come from third world countries. Domestic workers face various threats and risks, as they are a particularly vulnerable group as people separated because of their ethnicity, color, religion or even language. This is because these people accept racist attacks often led to violence.
The Criminal Law (Amendment) Act 2013 to deal with the rape cases in India. Societal violence against women: The communities and societies in India in most of the places are bound up with patriarchal normative universe from which women could hardly get true justice. The religious communities, village communities or the artificial communities like professional bodies are hardly epitome of equality between men and women. Quite often the religious communities have made the life of the women worse by forcing them to adopt conservative practices that are harmful to women. Constitutional Provisions on Women's Rights: The constitution of India confers special rights upon women.