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  • 1. ViolenceViolence TextText Pg. 343-345Pg. 343-345 Review #11, 12 pg. 348Review #11, 12 pg. 348 JournalJournal What do you do to protectWhat do you do to protect yourself from being a victim?yourself from being a victim? What are some other thingsWhat are some other things that you could do to furtherthat you could do to further protect yourself?protect yourself?
  • 2. 1 Murder every 34 minutes 2001 Crime Clock2001 Crime Clock Only reported statisticsOnly reported statistics 1 Identity Theft every 19 minutes 1 person is killed in an alcohol-related traffic crash every 43 minutes 1 child is reported abused and/or neglected every 38 seconds 172 women are physically and/or sexually assaulted by an intimate every hour 1 Rape/sexual assault every 2 minutes 1 Motor Vehicle Theft every 34 seconds 1 Burglary every 9 seconds 1 Theft every 2 seconds 1 Aggravated Assault every 24 seconds 1 Robbery every 43 seconds 1 Violent Crime every 5 seconds
  • 3. Characteristics of AbusersCharacteristics of Abusers  Very jealous, has a short temper.Very jealous, has a short temper.  Reacts physically: hits the wall, kicks theReacts physically: hits the wall, kicks the dog, etc.dog, etc.  Raised in an abusive home.Raised in an abusive home.  Macho type, must always be the one inMacho type, must always be the one in control.control.  May or may not batter children.May or may not batter children.  Believe they have the right to beat otherBelieve they have the right to beat other people.people.  Think, victims enjoy or need the abuse.Think, victims enjoy or need the abuse.
  • 4. Characteristics of Victims ofCharacteristics of Victims of AbuseAbuse  Raised in an abusive home (was abusedRaised in an abusive home (was abused or witnessed abuse).or witnessed abuse).  Low self-esteem, insecure, feel theyLow self-esteem, insecure, feel they deserve the abuse, guilty, etc.deserve the abuse, guilty, etc.  Isolated – not allowed to form closeIsolated – not allowed to form close relationships with others.relationships with others.  Resists giving up on marriage, doesn’tResists giving up on marriage, doesn’t want to feel they have failed, wants to helpwant to feel they have failed, wants to help the abuser change.the abuser change.  Fear of leaving the abuser or of otherFear of leaving the abuser or of other family members being hurt.family members being hurt.
  • 5. Sir Edward Coke: “For a man’sSir Edward Coke: “For a man’s home is his castle.”home is his castle.” A.A. Do you feel unhappy in your home?Do you feel unhappy in your home? B.B. Do you feel stifled in your home?Do you feel stifled in your home? C.C. Do you feel like a prisoner in your home?Do you feel like a prisoner in your home? 1. Determine if your home is a castle or a dungeon. Answer each question yes or no. Write down each yes number. (For example: 1B, 1C, 2A, etc.)
  • 6. A.A. Is your self-esteem shaky?Is your self-esteem shaky? B.B. Is your self-esteem practically nonexistent?Is your self-esteem practically nonexistent? C.C. Do you have no idea what self-esteem is?Do you have no idea what self-esteem is? A.A. Do you seldom have friends visit?Do you seldom have friends visit? B.B. Do you feel ashamed to have friends visit?Do you feel ashamed to have friends visit? C.C. Do you have no friends left?Do you have no friends left? 3. 2. A.A. Do you and your family argueDo you and your family argue occasionally?occasionally? B.B. Do you and your family argue constantly?Do you and your family argue constantly? C.C. Are you afraid to argue with members ofAre you afraid to argue with members of 4.
  • 7. A.A. Have you threatened to leave if thingsHave you threatened to leave if things don’t change?don’t change? B.B. Have members of your family promisedHave members of your family promised to change?to change? C.C. Has anyone in your family threatenedHas anyone in your family threatened suicide if you leave?suicide if you leave? 5. A.A. Have you thought about running away?Have you thought about running away? B.B. Have you made plans to run away”Have you made plans to run away” C.C. Have you or others in your family everHave you or others in your family ever actually run away?actually run away? 6.
  • 8. A.A. Do people ridicule each other in yourDo people ridicule each other in your home?home? B.B. Does the ridicule provoke tears on aDoes the ridicule provoke tears on a regular basis?regular basis? C.C. Is someone suicidal from beingIs someone suicidal from being ridiculed?ridiculed? 7. A.A. Does making up always include gifts?Does making up always include gifts? B.B. Do gifts seem better after a fight?Do gifts seem better after a fight? C.C. Do you only receive gifts after fights?Do you only receive gifts after fights? 8.
  • 9. A.A. Has anyone in your family ever been hit?Has anyone in your family ever been hit? B.B. Has anyone gone to the emergencyHas anyone gone to the emergency room?room? C.C. Do they know you by name at theDo they know you by name at the emergency room?emergency room? 9. A.A. Has anyone in your family lied to friendsHas anyone in your family lied to friends about their bruises?about their bruises? B.B. Has anyone in your family lied to anotherHas anyone in your family lied to another family member about their bruises?family member about their bruises? C.C. Has any member of your family lied to theHas any member of your family lied to the police about bruises?police about bruises? 10.
  • 10. A.A. Do you stay awake nights if a member ofDo you stay awake nights if a member of your family is out late?your family is out late? B.B. Do you stay awake nights afraid theDo you stay awake nights afraid the police will call?police will call? C.C. Are you awake because you’re afraid aAre you awake because you’re afraid a member of your family will kill you?member of your family will kill you? 11. A.A. 1 point1 point B.B. 2 points2 points C.C. 3 points3 points Add up your scores:
  • 11. ““The hell you know is better than the hellThe hell you know is better than the hell you don’t.” Have you ever stopped to ask:you don’t.” Have you ever stopped to ask: “Why live in hell at all?” And why are you“Why live in hell at all?” And why are you living in a dungeon?living in a dungeon?  0-110-11 – Methinks this castle may have a dungeon.Methinks this castle may have a dungeon.  12-2212-22 – It looks like a dungeon, smells like a dungeonIt looks like a dungeon, smells like a dungeon and acts like a dungeon.and acts like a dungeon.  23+23+ – Where did the rest of the castle go? All I canWhere did the rest of the castle go? All I can see is this dungeon!see is this dungeon!
  • 12. Marital AbuseMarital Abuse  Wife abuse is the biggest danger to women.Wife abuse is the biggest danger to women.  95% of physical battering is done by the male.95% of physical battering is done by the male. However, when the wife does the battering, sheHowever, when the wife does the battering, she is more likely to kill.is more likely to kill.  Avoid marital abuse by:Avoid marital abuse by: – Avoid getting involved with an abusive character.Avoid getting involved with an abusive character. – Don’t let it start.Don’t let it start. – If it happens once, insist on the other person gettingIf it happens once, insist on the other person getting therapy.therapy. – If it happens several times – call the police.If it happens several times – call the police.
  • 13. Assisting in an AbusiveAssisting in an Abusive SituationSituation  To help someone else in an abusiveTo help someone else in an abusive situation, call the police. It is toosituation, call the police. It is too dangerous for you to intercede.dangerous for you to intercede.  Offer emotional support to the victimOffer emotional support to the victim afterwards.afterwards.
  • 14. Violence CycleViolence Cycle 1. Tension Building 2. Battering Incident 3. Honeymoon As this cycle is repeated over and over, the violence will continue in both frequency and severity.
  • 15. Examples of IntensityExamples of Intensity  ShovingShoving  PushingPushing  SlappingSlapping  PunchingPunching  KickingKicking  ChokingChoking MILD  StranglingStrangling  StabbingStabbing  ShootingShooting  ThreatenThreaten withwith weaponweapon  BatteringBattering  StompingStomping MODERATE SEVERE FATAL
  • 16. Will marriage make theWill marriage make the abusive behavior go away?abusive behavior go away?  Abuse only gets worse after marriage.Abuse only gets worse after marriage.  People stay in an abusive situation forPeople stay in an abusive situation for many reasons.many reasons. – Financial dependence.Financial dependence. – Social implications.Social implications. – Fear.Fear. – They believe they caused it.They believe they caused it. – They believe the violence is temporary.They believe the violence is temporary. – They believe they should understand theThey believe they should understand the abuser.abuser. – Personal incompetence.Personal incompetence.
  • 17. INTERNETINTERNET Crisis Management PretestCrisis Management Pretest Violence QuizViolence Quiz

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