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  • 1. SOCIAL SCIENCETOPIC: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN POST-WAR MONROVIADedication IAcknowledgement IIIntroduction IIICHAPTER ONEStatement of the Problem…………………………………page 1Scope ………………………………………………………………..page 2Hypothesis ………………………………………………………..page 3Methodology (observation/questionnaire) ……..page 4CHAPTER 2Definitions: (page 5) a. domesticb. violencec. domestic violenceCauses of Domestic Violence (pages 6 & 7)…..a) b) c)CHAPTER 3Effects of domestic Violence (pages 8 & 9)CHAPTER 4
  • 2. Summary……………………………..page 10Recommendation…………………page 11Conclusion……………………………page 12Bibliography…………………………page 13DEDICATIONThis work is a dedication to all women and children who suffered from all forms of abuse in Monrovia,especially during and after the civil war. Since the end of the war some patterns of domestic violencehave been curtailed due to government action and those of civil society organizations. Laws havebeen passed to protect women and children, especially the vulnerable – widows, orphans,abandoned, and those caught up in domestic slavery. This work is dedicated to you all.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTI would like to thank Mr. Edmond Ponga, now an instructor at Ricks Institute, who has lived inMonrovia throughout the war period, and was involved in teaching abandoned children and adultwomen for over five years. I also want to recognize the contributions made by Mr. Ahmed Dukuly,also an instructor at Ricks Institute, for his invaluable recommendations and suggestions. Mr. Dukulyworked with UNHCR during the war period here in Liberia and Sierra Leone. ……(to be continued)