SUMMARY OF THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

DomesticViolence Summary

&quotCauses,Effects, and Prevention of Domestic Violence.&quot ChildAbuse and Domestic Violence.Melissa J. Doak. 2009 ed. Detroit: Gale, 2009. Information PlusReference Series. OpposingViewpoints in Context.Web. 14 Nov. 2015.

Thesource describes violence as a system instead of individualpsychological disturbance. Consequently, it is operational atsociety, individual and family level. The article analyzes the theorydomestic violence, which asserts that individuals feel powerful whenthey have economic, social and personal resources. On the contrary,people who lacks such resources use violence to compensate theinadequacy. The author observes that humans use violence as asubstitute for inferiority.

HMInspectorate of Constabulary. “Everyone’s Business: Improving thePolice Response to Domestic Abuse.” Her Majesty`s Inspectorate ofConstabulary (2014). Web. 15 Nov. 2015.

Accordingto the HM Inspectorate of Constabulary, the police response todomestic violence is inadequate. The report is based on the resultsacquired after inspecting 43 different police forces based in bothWales and England. The investigation attributed the primary challengeto a bad attitude that the police who respond to domestic violencehave. In many cases, they collect inadequate information from thespot. Furthermore, the committee also found that domestic violencevictims might also receive incompetent services because they lack thebasic knowledge and supervision skills for handling the clients.

Chhikara,Pankaj, Jitender Jakhar, Anil Malik, Kamal Singla, and S.K.Dhattarwa. “Domestic Violence: The Dark Truth of Our Society.” Journalof Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine35.1 (2013): Print. ISSN 0971-097371

Thesource defines domestic violence as any strategy used an intimatepartner uses to maintain control over a spouse or a relative. Theviolations may be psychological, sexual, physical, economic oremotional behaviors. Some of the common approaches individuals use toachieve their ambitions include humiliation, terrorize, intimidationand frightening. The reports recommends the combined effort of thesocial welfare, healthcare services and the law enforcement toeliminate the domestic violence. Furthermore, the source recommendseducation of the society concerning the vice.

Payne,Darrell and Linda Wermeling. Domestic Violence and the Female Victim:The Real Reason Women Stay! Journalof Multicultural, Gender and Minority Studies 3.1(2009). Print. 1-6.

Thestudy asserts that domestic violence affects over 6.2 million womenin America alone. Besides, it does higher damage on women than rape,car accidents and muggings can do. Subsequently, the authorsinvestigate the reasons women remain in abusive relationships despitethat the extreme suffering associated with abusive relationship.Firstly, female victims may opt to remain in abusive relationshipbecause they lack the financial stability to support themselves.Secondly, some lack ways of fleeing to safety from the violentrelationships. Others reported that they remain the family because ofthe safety of their family. Finally, abused intimate partners maywithstand the humiliation because they suffer from low self-esteem,and they fear the reaction their families and close friends. Althoughwomen have access to legal protection, they are often reluctant touse the approach because the system will not protect them once theproceedings are over.

Spidell,Alicia, Caroline Greaves, Tonia L. Nicholls, Julie Goldenson andDonald G. Dutton. Personality Disorders, Types of Violence, andStress Responses in Female Who Perpetrate Intimate Partner Violence.Psychology4.9B(2013). Print.

Thesociety stereotypes domestic violence as abuse subjected to women bytheir male spouses. However, this study deviates from the norm as itasserts that intimate partner violence (IPV) propagated by femalepartners do also exist. The authors attribute the primary violationsto post-traumatic stress, anger responses and personality disorders.The results described in this research are based on findings acquiredfrom self-reported women who perpetrate violence against theirspouses. The information of the research was based on conclusionsthat were drawn from evaluation of 136 undergraduate students whowere previously in an intimate relationship where they propagatedviolence.

WorksCited

&quotCauses,Effects, and Prevention of Domestic Violence.&quot ChildAbuse and Domestic Violence.Melissa J. Doak. 2009 ed. Detroit: Gale, 2009. Information PlusReference Series. OpposingViewpoints in Context.Web. 14 Nov. 2015.

HMInspectorate of Constabulary. “Everyone’s Business: Improving thePolice Response to Domestic Abuse.” Her Majesty`s Inspectorate ofConstabulary (2014). Web. 15 Nov. 2015.

Chhikara,Pankaj, Jitender Jakhar, Anil Malik, Kamal Singla, and S.K.Dhattarwa. “Domestic Violence: The Dark Truth of Our Society.” Journalof Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine35.1 (2013): Print. ISSN 0971-097371

Payne,Darrell and Linda Wermeling. Domestic Violence and the Female Victim:The Real Reason Women Stay! Journalof Multicultural, Gender and Minority Studies 3.1(2009). Print. 1-6.

Spidell,Alicia, Caroline Greaves, Tonia L. Nicholls, Julie Goldenson andDonald G. Dutton. Personality Disorders, Types of Violence, andStress Responses in Female Who Perpetrate Intimate Partner Violence.Psychology4.9B(2013). Print.