Domestic Violence Informative

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Domestic Violence; It Should Not Be Overseen

Subject Area: Domestic Violence
Topic: Defining what is Domestic Violence
General Purpose: To inform the audience about Domestic Violence.
Specific Purpose: To let the audience be aware of what Domestic Violence is.
Thesis Statement: Domestic Violence is something that should not be taken lightly. It is something that can happen to anyone in their lifetime. I want to go ahead and inform you about what is Domestic Violence. The categories of what is considered Domestic Violence and its definitions. Also give you some statistics and let you know what and where you can go to seek help.
Patterns of Organization: Chronological
I. Introduction of Topic A. A National Coalition Against
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Such as the National Domestic Violence Hotline, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and locally here in San Antonio the Family Violence Prevention Center.

Transition: Let’s recap the information I’ve given.
V. Conclusion A. Today I informed you about what is Domestic Violence. The categories of what is considered Domestic Violence and its definitions. Also I covered some of the statistics and let you know where you can go to seek for help. B. Remember that Domestic Violence should not be something that should be overlooked. It can happen to you, someone you love, a friend just know that there is help out there to deal with what the person is going through. Sometimes the person being abused just needs someone there for support and you being able to provide that and information will help out a lot. C. So now I have put up (PowerPoint) a list of websites that have more information on Domestic Violence and which I invite you to go ahead and go through it so you can be informed and be that support for someone in need.

Works Cited

"Domestic Violence and Abuse." : Signs of Abuse and Abusive Relationships. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Apr. 2013.
"Domestic Violence Statistics." Domestic Violence Statistics. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Apr. 2013.
"Fact Sheets." National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. N.p.,
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