Domestic Violence Against Women : Statistical Analysis

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Unit 6 DB 1

Introduction
For this assignment we were asked to read two articles and describe the theses or hypotheses that would guide our research. This learner chose to use the following articles for this purposes which are Hackett 's 2011 article, "Domestic Violence Against Women: Statistical Analysis of Crimes Across India, and Hunter and Graham-Bermann 's 2013 article, "Intimate Partner Violence and Child Adjustment: Moderation by Father Contact?".
Domestic Violence Against Women: Statistical Analysis of Crimes Across India
The hypotheses for “Domestic Violence Against Women: Statistical Analysis of Crimes Across India” article was developed by reviewing obtainable writings on wife-beating in India and the efforts to conceptualize
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Previous research findings theorized that the children who were exposed to recurring Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and without regular father contact will more than likely have a higher level of internalizing and externalizing difficulties more so than those who are exposed to less frequent Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). Also, children in an Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) family may not have the “best relationships with their fathers, as they are found to have more conflict, resentment, and disappointment with their fathers” (Hunter & Graham-Bermann 's 2013).
Aspect of the papers that might be unanticipated (unforeseen or unforeseen)
The unanticipated part for the research on Domestic Violence Against Women: Statistical Analysis of Crimes Across India for this learner was how the women are treated in India. One would think that the women would be treated much better, but to this learner they are treated as animal, they have no rights, and if the owner (the husband)
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