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    situations, but when these take place in the place where supposedly love, understanding and peace must be generated, as is the family, the case is even more traumatic. In the home, harmony, trust, communication and above all respect must prevail; and it is that when these aspects and values are lost, it is impossible for a household to "survive". When conflicts of violence are generated among those responsible for a home, not only do they find themselves involved in a series of damages that go

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    Family Violence The definition of family violence is when someone uses abusive behavior to control or harm a member of their family, or someone with whom they have an intimate relationship. Family violence includes a single act of violence, or a number of acts that form a pattern of abuse. Family violence can have serious-and sometimes fatal-consequences for victims and for those who see or hear the violence. So, in a family, each of family member should be an important role for others. Violence

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    Within New Zealand family violence is on the rise, causing it to be a big public health and social issue. In this essay, I will look at why family violence may occur and some common myths around it. I will also explore the implications to midwives when screening or referrals for family violence. Family violence is not just physical abuse, it can occur in many other forms too including emotional, sexual, financial and psychological abuse (Oranga Tamariki, n.d.). Family violence can start because the

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    Domestic Violence refers to a violence that is imitated by one to another who have or had a intimate relationship. Domestic violence includes physical, sexual, economic emotional and psychological abuse (....). Family violence is another term used for domestic violence, as this violence does not only affect a spouse but children as well. In Section 4AB of the Family Law Act 1975 the definition of domestic violence is ‘Family violence means a violent threatening or other behaviour by a person that

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    Introduction Family violence, also known as domestic violence is the disorderly conduct by a person to another person, a family, or a family’s property. It is violence between family members and between people in domestic or intimate relationships. Generally family violence behavior is predicted to be as physical abuse, however there are a wide range of behaviors involved. These behaviors include, sexual abuse, verbal abuse, physical abuse, economical abuse, emotional abuse, social abuse, and spiritual

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    remember the event happened in China few years ago, the woman, who had a baby just eight days, was battered by her husband and his mother, and the baby was taken away from her without permission. Her mother-in-law asked her obey her rule that the wife’s family members couldn’t come to visit her. Based on the Chinese culture, if a woman marries with a man, she would have to follow the rule which was set by her mother-in-law. But in this news, the rule was ridiculous. If she hadn’t followed this rule, she

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    The bonds that exist between family members are to make you feel the safest and most secure. Unlike other forms of relationships the bonds between family members already exists though it could be easily impacted and broken. When looking at violence in families one wonders that, what could possibly cause violence to occur amongst the most secure relationships such as family? Family violence is any type of abuse whether it is in a form of physical or emotional abuse. It could be a simple mistreatment

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    RISK MARKERS FOR FAMILY VIOLENCE IN A FEDERALLY INCARCERATED POPULATION 1. What is the general in the particular with regards to abuse in this article? The article shows statistically that if you are male and have been a victim of violence or family violence you have a higher risk of becoming an abuser compared to someone who has not been victimized. And those family violence victims have a higher incidence of developing mental health issues and personality disorders, abuse drugs or alcohol

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    Spousal abuse or family violence is a problem in our society. According to stats Canada in 2011 there was nearly 95’000 victims in family violence that is 279 victims for every 100’000 people. Victims of family violence are most often women at 69%. Saskatchewan has the high rate of family violence at 583 victims for every 100’000 people. Murder-suicides are a problem as well in family violence. Between 2001-2011, there was 344 murder-suicides in Canada, of which 77% were family related. There were

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    "Family violence is considered to be any form of abuse, mistreatment or neglect that a child or adult experiences from a, or from someone with whom they have an intimate relationship.'' "Abuse is a pattern of behavior used to gain and maintain power and control you can come in many forms." Throughout different towns, cities, states, and even countries -- family violence is a well known epidemic. It is a worldwide problem that affects and disrupts societies day-to-day lives. According to

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