- Arizona State University - Tempe
- Family Studies
- Family Studies 331
- chapter 13
Last Modified: 2011-06-28
Related Textbooks:The Marriage and Family Experience: Intimate Relationships in a Changing Society
probable cause that a crime occurred, must make an arrest
- shouting, yelling, threatening but don't follow through
- only contact has to occur, not necessarily harm like cut or bruise
(pattern of abuse)
- domestic elder abuse
- institutional elder abuse
- self neglect/abuse (unable to care for self, actively decline, refuse care/assistance)
85% victim women, 1/3 female murder victims killed by intimate
150,000 men victims, 4% male murder victims
-child doesn't 'match' & family under stress particularly @ risk
credited for advancing understanding, but patriarchy model alone doesn't adequately explain variation in degrees of violence by family
main factors= structural stress (low income, illness) & cultural norms
groups w/ fewer resources seem to be @ greater risk
use violence as way of working off anger or stress, exacting revenge, getting own waqy
- secret keeping
- perpetuated cycle of violence
- strain on future relationships
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