Financial Planning and Management for Domestic Violence Victims

Abstract It is undisputable that crime within the contemporary society is of a major concern. Consequently, governments, individuals, agencies, and other private sectors engage so much energy in developing effective responses for the same. Following this concept, criminal justice department has significantly expanded going past the traditional functions of various organizations and bodies such as […]

Impact of the Economic Status on Domestic Violence

Audra, Bowlus, and Shannon Seitz. “Domestic Violence, Employment, and Divorce.” International Economic Review, vol. 47, no. 4, 2006, pp. 1113-1149. The article argues that women are normally caught in between a cycle of domestic violence akin to factors related to the likelihoods of seeking employment having priory experienced domestic violence acerbated to them by their husbands. Additionally, a […]

Effects of domestic violence on children development

Introduction From conception, children are continuously learning; learning does not end with childhood but it is part of human life. Through learning, children develop socially, emotionally, and their personality is shaped by the experiences they face. For an appropriate child development, a child needs love and care from both parents. In case of families experiencing […]

Evaluation of anger management counseling and treatment of domestic violence by the Capital Area Michigan Works

Anger management Program description Anger management and counseling program utilizes therapeutic techniques and tools of psychology in assisting families and inmates in correctional facilities to control their emotions1. The program is being implemented in facilities from several states in North America with the sole intention of reducing violence among inmates and caregivers, and reducing cases […]

Article Critique ‘Knowledge and Attitudes of Nurses Regarding Domestic Violence and Their Effect on the Identification of Battered Women’

Introduction The article ‘knowledge and attitudes of nurses regarding domestic violence and their effect on the identification of battered women’ is authored by Merav Ben Natan and Idit Rais and published in the 2010 publication of Journal of Trauma Nursing, volume 17 issue 2 from page 112 to 117. Natan and Rais (2010) address question […]

Domestic violence dangers mount with economic, seasonal pressures

Summary of the article The article, Domestic violence dangers mount with economic, seasonal pressures by Ortiz Elias reviews the effects of economic downturn on domestic violence since it propels seasonal pressures in the family. The author identifies financial conflict as a major cause of domestic violence especially during the cold season when cases of sexual […]

Impact of the Economic Status on Domestic Violence

Introduction Domestic abuse, otherwise known as spousal abuse, battering, or even domestic violence, includes expressions of certain patterns of behaviors that are abusive towards one’s partner in a relationship involving marriage, cohabitation, dating, or a familial affair. Domestic violence is acerbated in a number of ways including assaults, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, economic deprivation, domineering, […]

Dominance and “power plays” in relationships to assist clients to leave domestic violence

Introduction Generally, domestic violence is critical global concern. Even though women are the most affected group, this vice causes overwhelming problems to most families and social institution. In some cases, children have also been victimized by domestic violence. Most institutions are faced with serious challenges in responding to this issue within communities. Usually, the impacts […]

Social Marketing Campaign on Domestic Violence

Background Information In this marketing campaign strategy the focus would be centered on violence against women, as a form of domestic violence that is currently experience in many countries across the globe. Violence against women is experienced through sex abuse and harassment. The perpetrators of this crime usually abuse women sexually, having the knowledge of […]

Domestic Violence

Introduction Domestic or family violence involves abusive behavior patterns that individuals go through in an intimate relationship. Domestic violence takes place in families where parents may abuse their children or in marriages where one spouse abuses the other. The term domestic violence is defined by American Medical Association Diagnostic and Treatment Guidelines on Domestic Violence […]

Collaborative Crisis Intervention at a Domestic Violence Shelter

Introduction Domestic violence cases often touches on private and confidential of the family and the professional service provider because they are sensitive and very personal. However, because of the need for collaboration, sometimes it is totally difficult to avoid sharing clients’ information among the professionals offering these services (for example, lawyers, social workers, psychiatrists, and […]

Domestic violence

Domestic violence is a predisposing factor that places many youths at increased risk of controlling emotional problems, including, aggressive behavior, depression, anxiety, and decreased level of social competence. In their article, Domestic Violence Exposure in Colombian Adolescents: Pathways to Violent and Prosocial Behavior, Roberto Mejia, Wendy Kliewer, and Larry Williams address five major issues. These […]

Domestic violence

Introduction Domestic violence refers to a practice or form of offensive doings by one or both associates in an intimate association. These associations can range from matrimony, dating, kin, acquaintances or cohabitation. Other names used to refer to domestic violence include; conjugal abuse, spousal abuse and family aggression. Domestic violence is meted out through various […]

Effects of domestic violence on children’s social and emotional development

Abstract Children between the ages of zero and six year are continuously learning and developing socially and emotionally. For an appropriate development, a child needs love and care from both parents. In the case of families experiencing domestic violence, the social and emotional development of children brought put in such families is affected negatively. Psychological […]

Domestic violence in the African American Community

Abstract This research paper discusses domestic violence, which is also known as intimate partner violence. It also looks at the subsequent effects it inflicts on the day-to-day lives of individuals from the African American Community. Prior research has found out that the prevalence of intimate partner violence is higher within this community of persons when […]

Domestic Violence

Discussion Many societies have been reporting great increase in domestic violence, and it is obvious that women and children experience this domestic violence more than men. Domestic violence has severe effect on societies, families, and individuals themselves and it includes possession abuse, physical abuse, psychological abuse, and sexual abuse and people who mostly experience this […]

Domestic Violence

The family, which is the basic unit of society, is an institution that is always vulnerable to abuse; that can either be physical, psychological, financial or sexual in nature (Shipway 1). For the most part, it entails violence perpetrated by a male family member against a female one or vice versa. Physical violence on the […]

Domestic Violence against South Asian Women

Introduction The domestic violence against women continues to attract the attention of medical professionals and public administrators. according to Ahmed (2009), “domestic violence is a global phenomenon occurring among people of all races, ages, socioeconomic status, educational and religious backgrounds” (p. 1). Such cases are particularly widespread in South Asian communities. This paper will be […]

Domestic Violence

Domestic violence can happen to people from all races, age, sexual orientation, social status and gender. Forms of domestic violence include rape, stalking and abusive behaviour against a person. Domestic violence has adverse effects on those who go through it as well as those who witness it. The effects range from physical injury, body and […]

Domestic Violence

Introduction Domestic violence is an abusive behavior caused by one or more partners in an intimate relationship, for example, marriage or family. It may be physical, emotional or even be inform of economic deprivation. This paper looks critically at the article titled 1 in 4 Women deal with Domestic Violence dated October 12, 2010. The […]

Domestic violence law

Introduction The domestic violence cases that have been experienced in the past have led to the belief that men are always guilty in domestic violence cases. This is a stereotype that has made a score of men to be innocently victimized for domestic violence since it is always presumed that a man is guilty until […]

Community and Domestic Violence; Gang Violence

Violence has always reined within the history of humankind with daily media feeds of senseless aggression constantly depicted through wars, terrorism, robberies and domestic infighting. Most of these aggressive acts have been linked to youthful gang groups and drugs as progressively more youths follow the delinquent path as family units continue to disintegrate. Solitude, peer […]