Violence Against Women Essay

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Violence Against Women


The articles that are going to be synthesized in this paper are “Ending Violence Against Women” and “Violence Against Women”. The authors of both pieces were not mentioned but the presumed to be someone who wants to prevent or help those who have been victimized by someone they know. The audiences for both pieces are any one who wants violence against women to stop and people who have and still are being victimized to know that there is help out there. The purpose for both pieces are the same as well, they are to inform people that violence against women is preventable, and that there is help for those who are or have been victimized by people. They both have logos, ethos, and pathos in every
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The women who have been subjected to violence suffered the worst their bodies might not even be able to have children. They have been beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused in her lifetime. Yet, victims of violence who seek care from health professionals often have needs that providers do not recognize, do not ask about, and do not know how to address.

The article “Violence Against Women” brings up the subject of violence against women affects all racial, cultural, and economic backgrounds. It is the leading cause of injury for American women between the ages of 15 and 54, but it can happen at any age. The way women are thought to be the subordinates of men make it so most women will not even tell the cops if they have been or are being physically abused, psychological emotional abuse, sexual assault, isolation or economical abuse. One in four women report that they have been victims of abuse. These crimes occur in both heterosexual and same sex relationships. Well then, what could be the differences between the two articles is and how can this crime be stopped.

The differences in the article “Ending Violence Against Women” are somewhat shocking. The first difference is increasingly, gender based violence is recognized as a major public health concern and a violation of human rights. The next is it is often known as “gender based” violence because it evolves in part from women’s subordinate…