Fear of violence is an important factor in the lives of most women. Fear of violence is the cause of lack of participation in every sphere of life. There are various forms of crime against women. Sometimes it is even before birth, some times in the adulthood and other phrases of life. In the Indian society, position of women is always perceived in relation to the man.
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 partners is a pattern of threatening or controlling behavior imposed on women by intimating partner without regarding for her rights, feeling, body, or health (Moreno, 2001). Although the problem can be caused by either male or
The Gender violence is so deep rooted in a woman’s lifetime, that freedom from the threat of harassment, battering, and sexual assault is a concept that most of woman have a hard time imagining because violence is such an extensive part of the culture and their spirits. General economic dependence on their families and fear of social ostracization act as a significant deterrent for a woman. Poverty, inability to express, homelessness, isolation from family and friends and many other things contribute to the victimization of the women in society. Instead of putting the perpetrator to justice, the society’s focus shifts to the woman. The patriarchal social norms inhibit
Violence against women in Thimphu Abstract In the early days women were mistreated by their husbands due to lack of education and were considered as the angel of the house where they are compiled to do the house hold chores. In Bhutan violence against women is increasing even though there are various organizations helping the women. Chapter 1: Introduction Domestic violence refers to all kind of violence that occurs within the four walls of a house. Most commonly, a wife is the victim of her husband when actually it can happen between or among the parents and children. Violence here doesn’t necessarily mean physical violence; it refers to violence of all type, and whether it verbal or mental.
This is due to the creation of hopelessness and unworthiness. A child has the tendency to become confused on the cause for the domestic violence and therefore, may suspect that they are the root to the problem. Children can feel unloved and imperfect, eating away their self-esteem. Also, the youngsters can become threatened in their own home. To them, their home is now viewed as a war zone, opposed to the sanctuary of others.
However, such experiences are all the more traumatic. Fromm takes note of the abuse of children as a form of sadism that can be physical as well as psychic. Dworkin underscores the pervasive sexual abuse of girls by fathers, stepfathers, and near relatives. Women who have been sexually molested as children experience confusion about their needs and accept the male as constant aggressor and forced sex as normative (58). So such violation poses long-standing effects.
Victims of marital rape may suffer the most long-term effects psychologically. Emotional reactions to marital rape can be very dramatic and severe as the sense of betrayal is profound after being raped by an intimate partner. This may include depression, suicidal ideation and also acute and post-traumatic stress disorder. Indian culture provides that after marriage, women should be unconditionally devoted towards her husband and it’s her duty to keep him ‘happy’. Because of this, women in India have been subjected to violence, exploitation and subordination since time immemorial.
All over the world, women are still victims of domestic violence. Domestic violence is a public and social problem which leads to physical, emotional and psychological repercussions. The expression, “violence” can be described as any sexual, physical and emotional abuse against women by their family members. Domestic violence against women is a widespread issue all over of the world, however this human rights issue is least acknowledged by the society. Many families in the Pakistani society are, “conservative”, hence domestic violence is considered to be a personal affair in households.
Abstract: Domestic violence is a pattern of abusive behaviour in an intimate relationship which is used by one partner to dominate the other. Women have always treated differently as compare to men and everywhere she is the targeted for violence and exploitation. Domestic violence by intimate partner is an alarming issue which puts women at backstage for her developments. The aim of this paper deals with the causes and consequences of Domestic violence by Intimate partner by using Induced Fuzzy Associative Memories .This paper consists of five section. First section deals with introduction .In the second section we give basic definition of Fuzzy Associative memories.
Sexual Discrimination For as long a humanity has kept records, women seem to have been victims of sexual discrimination. In other words, women have been raped, abused, underappreciated, and generally mistreated in society based on the fact that they are women. The issue of gender discrimination is widespread around the World and millions of women suffer from sexual discrimination from any of its various form daily. Sexual segregation prevents women from passing citizenship to their children, to get a divorce, even when they are abused by their partner, and to get a proper education in some countries. Thus women suffer at the hands of a patriarchal society where they have virtually no rights.