By Margi Laird McCue
Household violence is installed old context as a pervasive challenge in so much societies. The features mentioned in household Violence contain myths and information, results of household violence on teenagers, vital criminal circumstances and court docket activities, courses for sufferers and abusers, and a state-by-state listing of major organizations and organizations.The booklet offers essentially with the difficulty of male violence opposed to girls, even though it additionally includes info on same-sex battering, elder abuse, abuse of the disabled, and abuse of fellows via ladies. This paintings is an fundamental reference paintings for college kids, lecturers, guard staffs, and legislators, in addition to social staff and psychological well-being pros.
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Family systems theorists believe that an analysis of wife battering that focuses on family processes does not imply that the system processes alone are responsible for the violence. However, they believe that if we understand violence from the systems theory approach, it is possible to get an overall perspective on the pattern of violence within the family and how it became ingrained in the family system. The Psychological Perspective Psychological theories of domestic violence range from the psychodynamic approach, which views domestic violence as a pathological problem, to social learning theory, which focuses on learned behavior of individuals.
This has been proven to be the case in more than 90 percent of documented incidents. For consistency the male pronoun is used when referring to perpetrators and the female pronoun when referring to victims. However, in Chapter 4 I do discuss the issue of husband battering and same-sex violence. I also initially planned to devote a segment of the book to elder abuse, but since that has become such a large and serious issue in and of itself, it deserves much more than a short discussion in this book.
Dobash found in research for their book Violence against Wives that patriarchy contributes to wife abuse and that patriarchy is fostered in our economic and social system. Our social system has defined the husband as the dominant, strong, authoritarian, aggressive, and rational provider for the family, while the wife has traditionally been assigned to a dependent, passive, submissive, soft, andat timeshysterical role. Our society has flourished under this model by dividing the labor force in half, encouraging women to remain at home and care for their husbands and children while husbands leave the home to provide a living for their families (Dobash, 1979).